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CamelBak Eddy Water Bottle - .75L

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Item # CAM0485

Description

Use the CamelBak Eddy Water Bottle's integrated handle to attach it to a pack with a carabiner, or just enjoy how easy it is to carry. A flip-down valve not only makes drinking a breeze, but it lies flush with the lid to help prevent this BPA-free bottle from spilling.

Tech Specs

Volume:
0.75 L
Recommended Use:
hydration

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easy drinking

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I usually use this water bottle at the gym or at work. Its easy to gulp down a lot of water quickly. Its also easy to clean. The straw and nipple mouth piece are easy to take apart, wash, and put back on. I've had my water bottle for over a year and its still going strong.

Downfalls- if you keep it in the bottom of your backpack it will probably leak a little. A lot if your shaking it around. When I drive from salt lake to Park City the change in elevation pushes water out through the straw, and I end up with a wet cupholder. Now I just keep in on the floor while driving.

Reliable and durable

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Bought this to replace my old CamelBak bottle that I'd had for ages. That one eventually started making a very weird squeaking noise!
These things are truly impossible to spill, which is great for putting in your pack on day hikes.
They are also resilient and I've never seen one crack or chip.
A little bit awkward to clean because I wouldn't want to put it in the dishwasher.

Now the whole family has one

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These are really well built I have some that I have had when these first came out and they are still going strong. Everyone in the house is always fighting over them

The everyday Bottle

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

My wife keeps one in her hand all the time either at home or at the gym. It has quickly taking the place of all other water bottles for her ..

Cool Bottle

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

My Daughter keeps one in her backpack for school at all times. it is great for drinking in class and at home she always has it with her..

What a bottle

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

The flip lid on this bottle makes it great for drinking while in the car, on the trail and just about everything in between. The plastic shell has taken some big hits and has never cracked or chipped on me at all. Overall it's a great bottle.

The bottle that can do everything

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This water bottle is Outstanding . It is very easy to use when you are on the move and the days of spilling all over you when you try to drink out of your water bottle are over. It is light weight and seems to be very durable. The family loves it

Pretty nice

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I haven't had this for very long but so far I love it. I've mostly used hydroflasks in the past (still do) but I like this one because of the mouth piece. Seems very durable but does leak a little bit. Overall, It's a good water bottle and I would probably purchase another one in the future. I've heard a lot of bad things about the mouth piece getting dirty so I've been pretty adamant about cleaning it often and so far so good.

Avg. ride time: 1h 6m per week
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I'll Have Another!

    I've already got this water bottle in the 1 liter size and liked it enough that I decided to get this one as well. I'm not much of a flip-down valve fan but a classic cap can be found here for a pretty reasonable price:

    http://www.backcountry.com/camelbak-classic-cap

    Spill free bottle

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The flip lid on this bottle makes it great for drinking while in the car, on the trail and just about everything in between. The only downside is that it does take more effort to clean it, preferably by hand. The plastic shell has taken some big hits and has never cracked or chipped on me at all. Overall it's a great bottle.

    Awesome bottle, bite valve mediocre

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I used this water bottle for months until I eventually lost it in an airport. While I loved this bottle while I had it I am probably going to branch out and look for a different replacement. The bottle itself was tough as nails and I loved that. The bite valve is the Camelbak style, so it seals nicely when not in use. The downside is that it's got a lot of small cracks and whatnot to clean. If all you ever use is water and you never go long periods without using it, then you won't have anything to worry about. It also fits in MOST cup holders, but not all. The clip is extremely convenient if you live that 'biner life.

    Good, not great bottle

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The bottle is a good, simple design - except for the bite valve.



    I was given a few of these at a trade show. Since, 99% of the time, Im drinking water, and dont clean my water bottles a lot (I normally use Nalgene wide mouths, so there isnt much to clean, and, hey, its only water... I know, total bachelor thinking), I didnt pay attention to the bite valve.



    First time that I ran some sports drink/recovery drink (Enervit, if I recall), and then ran it through the washer...I got to see just how much every little nook and cranny in that bite valve holds. It was kinda gross, and took special attention to get it actually clean on the inside.



    And, I really like that it is dang near impossible to spill with it. (Totally comes in handy with a toddler around)



    Im a low maintenance kind of guy. I want stuff thats easy to clean. But, I do like the bottle. But, with the cleaning thing...I tend to run water through it and not much else.

    My daily "GO TO"

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I love these. This is my second one i have purchased as the first one I ended up giving it to m grandson cause he loved i as well! I take this everywhere I go- to work, hiking, camping etc. I personally haven't had a issue with the bite valve getting dirty maybe because I do use this everyday. I love the fact that I can drop it, shake it etc and never have a problem with leakage etc!

    Loved it for awhile, now, not so much.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I'm torn because for awhile, the Eddy was my go-to, everyday water bottle. I packed it to work for a year and a half. I liked it so much that I bought a smaller size and the stainless steel version.

    The Good: I like straw designs, I drink more when I don't have to unscrew a cap which sounds terribly lazy but is also very true. I can drop it, fumble it, and be generally clumsy without spilling. I appreciate that the mouth is wide enough to use with the ice maker.

    The Bad: Take note of what everyone says about the bite valve and lid getting cruddy. I'm loathe to admit how gross one of mine was even after putting it through the dishwasher (disassembled, top rack) - it makes me shudder to think of it. The Eddy MUST be disassembled and thoroughly cleaned, I recommend bleach & toothbrush followed by a lot of rinsing. I was always concerned that the area between where the straw attaches to the lid and the bite valve might be dirty - I can't see in there and after finding black gunk on my drinking vessel, I became more paranoid.

    The Eddy is spill-proof but not leak-proof. The .75L size doesn't fit well in many drink holders and a couple of times I made the mistake of laying the bottle in my passenger seat, the bite valve leaked. Even folded up, the bite valve will leak unless the Eddy is stored upright.

    Conclusion: I loved these bottles at first but I hate that they won't come completely clean in the dishwasher. They live in my closet now.

    All Day, Every Day.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I use my eddy as an all purpose water bottle just about every day. It goes with me wherever I go- to work, on hikes, driving in my car. I love the accessibility of the bite valve for times when it would be impractical to unscrew the top of a Nalgene bottle. This is a bottle that will last for years, built with durable plastic, and with a replaceable bite valve and straw. Not to mention, the replacement bite valves come in fun colors! You can see from the photo that I've put a neon green bite valve on my pink Eddy for a fun twist!

    All Day, Every Day.

    Good bottle

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I wish they offered a non-bite valve version for less money. I had to by a screw on top separately to go with this one. Otherwise, it's a good bottle. I just don't care for the bite vales that much unless it's on a backpack.

    what materials is it made out of?

    what materials is it made out of?

    The bottle is made from Eastman Tritan, and the cap is BPA-free Polypropylene.



    More about Tritan: http://www.eastman.com/Markets/Tritan_Safe/Pages/FAQs.aspx