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Item # CAM000Z

Water isn't the only thing this bottle holds.

Not only will the Camelbak Chute .75L Water Bottle keep you hydrated on hikes or at the office, but it'll also handle other liquids so you can enjoy some spirits at outdoor concerts. Its BPA-free Eastman Tritan copolyester material is durable and safer to drink out of than standard polypropylene plastic bottles, and it makes sure that today's water doesn't taste like yesterday's margarita. Simply twist the cap to drink and untwist to close without any leaks. Just be sure to pop it in the dishwasher every once in awhile.

  • BPA-free Eastman Tritan copolyester
  • Leak-proof, half-turn sprout cap
  • Durable tether
  • Two-finger carry handle
  • All parts are top-rack dishwasher safe

Tech Specs

Material:
BPA-free Eastman Tritan
Volume:
25 oz
Manufacturer Warranty:
lifetime

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Great bottle

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This bottle is great!
Easy to open with one hand
Very comfortable to drink due to the small opening.
No aftertaste.

You won't be sorry for buying it!
Easy to clean

Not your average bottle

    Absolutely versatil, very easy to clean, super easy to carry, great colors (have 4) and in the picture it may seem like a thin plastic, but that's not the case at all, I dropped mine from the roof of the car while driving!! Didn't break! Just scratched it obviously... Anyways, it's a great product!!

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    Muy Excelente!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Bought a couple of these bottles for my girlfriend and I. We love them! I especially love the "chute" mouth on it. It's wide, but not enough to spilling all over yourself when you drink like bottles where you unscrew the whole cap. It's also nice that the chute cap screws on and off quickly, and is attached to the handle so you don't lose it. Might have to grab a couple more of these!

    Wide mouths no more!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Love this design, I got really sick of spilling water all over my self with wide mouth water bottles but didn't want to loose a good BPA free durable option, this is the best of all works, open the wide are to throw ice in and drink out of the narrow mouth. Brilliant

    Flow

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I had the Camelbak Eddy and it got the job done. The bit valve sometimes didn't have quite the flow/water delivery I was hoping for after a run or climb on the mountain bike. Fortunately, I lost it in an airport and so I replaced it with the Chute. This bottle is awesome. Obviously the actual body is just a bottle that holds water. Nothing special. But the lid is the biggest difference. I can get more water when drinking. I haven't cleaned it yet but I can already tell it's gonna easier. No taking anything apart. The lid seals well. My Eddy started leaking after a bit, so we will see if that happens with this one, but it seems sturdier. The cap locking feature is definitely not the most simple to lock in, but I usually just use my index finger to hold it out of the way anyways. Locking it in just can be a bit stiff to slide in. That or you can hook one side under and then pop the other under. Either way, not a big deal for me. Has both oz and ml measurements on the side. I recommend this bottle.

    CamelBak is second to none

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Love my Chute! CamelBak's bottles are the best period. I've tried cheaper bottles and the quality just ins't there. The bigger opening on this bottle is great for chugging and getting water fast.

    Great for Kids

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought these water bottles for my eight and five year old daughters to use every day at school and on the weekends. We've only had them for about a week, but so far they're awesome. I find bite-straw bottles to leak sometimes when tipped on their sides. This version closes securely and I never worry they're gonna have soaked backpacks. The colors are rich and the materials are durable. I will definitely buy again!

    Great Bottle!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    All of my hiking water bottles are the plain old school white Nalgene bottles. I just want a durable bottle that carries my water, don't care about flip-tops or straws. When I saw the Chute I really liked the idea of the dual lid. I ordered one and have now used it for a few of days.



    As far as the actual bottle, well it is a bottle that holds liquid. It has the standard measurement marks.



    The lid however rocks. I love the design of the small drinking spout. The threads are inside the spout so where you put your lips is smooth. As far as stowing the lid, yes it does take some getting used to how it stows in the grab handle but isn't a big deal. I have found if I am just taking a quick drink I use the index finger of the hand holding the bottle to hold the lid back.



    Great product!

    CamelBak Chute .75L Water Bottle

    CamelBak Chute bottle comes with a leak-proof cap that delivers a high flow of water without sloshing or spilling. The spout cap snaps into handle to prevent it from getting in the way when drinking.

    Cap doesn't stow without excessive force

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I really wanted to like this bottle because the internal thread mechanism is pretty cool. But in order to get the cap out of the way of your nose, you need to snap it into the storage loop (see the video on the CamelBak website). This is the part that doesn't work well at all. In order to get the cap to snap in place, it needs to be aligned just right, and even then you have to jam it in there using the palm of your hand and a lot of pressure. I bought two of these (1.0L and 0.75L), and I just described the better working one. The second one is even worse. Not only does it have the same problem with snapping the cap in for storage, it also has a problem simply twisting off the spout because there is so much friction between the cap and the collar. I sent both back. Don't waste your time. The Nalgene On-The-Go or On-The-Fly, while less elegant, are WAY more functional.

    Stowing the cap need not be difficult with the right technique. Trying to force it straight down is not the way to go. Here are two tips to make it easier:



    Guide the cap below the bumps on the inside of the handle, almost like a plane coming in for a landing. Also, try putting one edge of the cap below the bump and then press the other side down. This can greatly improve the ease of stow.

    Do the CHUTE lids fit other Camelbak bottles...

    Do the CHUTE lids fit other Camelbak bottles (specifically any of the stainless insulated bottles)?

    It should fit the Eddy stainless steel insulated bottle. Most of Camelbak's lids are interchangeable with bottles of the same series/type. The eddy bottles and better bottle lids/bottles are interchangeable, as are the podium and podium chill series. You could not use a podium lid on an eddy bottle, but you can use an eddy lid on a better bottle. Hope that helps!

    Best Answer

    Just to update my own question, the lids are interchangeable as David thought.



    I frequently swap them back and forth between the two bottles depending on the situation:

    Just to update my own question, the lids are interchangeable as David thought.  

I frequently swap them back and forth between the two bottles depending on the situation: