Camelbak Stainless Better Bottle (.75

Camelbak Stainless Better Bottle 75 at Amazon

When you’re thinking with regards to ditching those plastic water bottles, I don’t blame you! What you’re soon going to find out is that when you switch to a recycling water bottle, you’re not only going to save money, you’re going to be saving the surroundings as well! Since there are so galore bottles out there, one of my favorites is Camelback. They have great reviews online, as well as a great selection to choose from.

Below are a few things that you’re going to want to look into, when you’re ready to make a purchase. Surprisingly, there is more to a water bottle, than just drinking from it. This is where some humans make a mistake, because they just pick one off the shelf and just make a purchase.

Make sure it’s BPA free - Many bottles are BPA free and if they are, they are going to advertize it. BPA is a known endocrine that is found in hard plastics, as well as canned goods. Since you’re going to be drinking from plastic, you’re going to want to be as healthful as possible.

Consider an ice stick - Many water bottles today have a very cool feature where you may freeze an ice stick and place it in the bottle. By doing this, you’re going to keep your drink cooler a lot longer. The cool thing with regards to this is that you’re going to find that the ice won’t melt into your drink, watering it down.

Don’t be cheap – Don’t go out and buy a cheap water bottle. Instead, you’re going to want to spend at least $15 to $20. By spending this kind of cash on a bottle, you’re going to find that you’re going to get something that is going to last for a while.

Now that you know what to look for, I did galore exploration on a great deal of online merchants who sells goods at retail and the following brands are what I came up with when I was doing my homework.

  • Camelback BPA Free Better Bottle with Bite Valve — It’s BPA free and will run you around $20 tops.
  • 0.75 LIter Insulated -A outstanding carrier that is going to keep your liquids cold for a long time. Has a ton of reviews and they are all very positive.
  • 21 Ounce Chill Jacket - The last one on the list is this “chill jacket” version. Great for keeping liquids cold and will run around $15.


Camelbak Stainless Better Bottle 75

The Bottle that started it all proceeds it is dominance of the hard sided bottle market with even more color choices than ever.


Most helpful customer reviews

239 of 246 people found the following review helpful.
5Holy Grail Bottle!
By doctorsirena
If you have been looking for a great water bottle, this is it!!! I am not a hard core workout person – I just want to drink more water for my health. I use this bottle at work, going from meeting to meeting and bring it with me when I am on the go in the car. I never thought I would be so excited about a bottle, but I am – Camelbak really thought about useful features and it shows.

The bottle holds quite a bit of water (25 oz, 750mL). The bottle is leakproof. I like drinking from the straw – no tipping the bottle required. No unscrewing a cap, just flip up the valve and drink. I removed the flexible bite valve cover and just drink normally from the hard plastic straw piece since the bite valve seemed a little weird to me. I have had no problems with leaking with the valve cover removed – just flip down the valve when I am on the go and there is no leaking. The valve system seems very well designed. I generally sit the bottle on its side on the car seat or throw it in a bag with no leaking, just like a regular screw-cap bottle. The carry loop is nice – fits in your finger. It is easy to fill, with the wide mouth. It comes in lots of colors.

As for minuses, there is only one minor annoyance and that was mentioned by a previous reviewer – the straw does not reach the bottom of the bottle. Note that this size bottle does not fit into the car cupholder – would need the 16oz=0.5L for that. Also, the plastic has scratched slightly from rolling around on a sandy car mat.

I have decided to purchase another bottle so that I can have one at home and one at work. I highly recommend!

Updated 12/24/07:
I still love this bottle, although I am now accustomed to it and it is not quite as exciting as when I first got it :-) I fill it every morning and bring it to work with me and also fill it when I get home from work. It has really helped me to increase my water consumption. The plastic has scuffed up a bit, but there is no change in function. I wanted to mention that water will come out when the bottle is opened after a pressure change – like going from air conditioned space and leaving it in a hot car. Physics at work.

Updated 6/28/08:
Yes, I STILL love this bottle and purchased another (the BPA-free version). I was pleased to find that the straw in the new bottle does reach nearly the bottom of the bottle, so that annoyance has been corrected. If you already own the previous (BPA) version of this bottle, note that Camelbak makes the BPA-free bottle with a “classic cap” that can be swapped with your previous straw assembly (classic cap version is slightly cheaper but does not come in as many fun colors).

100 of 100 people found the following review helpful.
5GREAT BOTTLE! but remove the bite valve for washing or it will mold!!!
By kate
I love these bottles. My kids love these bottles. They are AMAZING. We drink more water with them than we ever did before.

However, you need to know that the blue bite valve needs to be removed often for washing. I didn’t realize this for the first few months I used the bottle! When I finally took it off, there was black mold all inside the bite valve and on the white straw! I was mortified! We had to bleach everything to get it clean again.

Now, I keep a slim toothbrush handy for the purpose of cleaning out the inside of our bite valves. It fits snugly inside of the bite valve and scrubs off the inside ridges.

51 of 55 people found the following review helpful.
5Perfect Water Bottle
By L. J. Klein
This is just about the perfect water bottle. The polycarbonate is shatter proof, it holds three cups of liquid, and it has a built-in carry loop. The nozzle is easy to flip down with a built-in thumb tab, and the nozzle works by opening when you bite it. This makes the bottle pretty much leak-proof even when the nozzle is down, and since it is meant to be bitten, you don’t end up with ugly teeth marks on it. The included straw makes it convenient to use, but it can be used without the straw if you prefer to tip it. I also like the vivid translucent color (I got a blue one). The only thing that would make it better is if the straw went all the way to the bottom; it stops about 1/4 or 1/2 inch above the bottom.

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Camelbak Stainless Better Bottle 75

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Camelbak Stainless Better Bottle 75

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Camelbak Stainless Better Bottle 75

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