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CamelBak Groove Water Bottle - .6L $0.00
Ward off your thirst.
Treated tap water goes in and clear, great-tasting water comes out of the CamelBak Groove Water Bottle thanks to the filter built right into the straw. The Groove features a CamelBak Big Bite Valve that flips down so spills aren't a worry when you're sipping or in your bag. This BPA-free bottle is also dishwasher-safe, so your water stays pure.
Reviews & Community
Size comparison to 32 oz Nalgene
More than just a Water Bottle!
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This water bottle is excellent! Using this water bottle with the filter replaces 375 disposable water bottles! Such a cool thing! Looks & functions flawlessly. Very Happy with this Camelback product!
My Daily Go To Water Bottle
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I've never been a fan of the Camelbak system until using this bottle. It was a gift and I love it because I'm always unwilling to pay for bottled water here in the states. I use the Groove daily at the office on short hikes and around the house. I even slipped the Groove on my mountain bike bottle cage and took off for a ride on the Pipeline trail. It stayed snugly in place and provided fresh filtered fluids. It's great and does the job intended.
I did take it on a cold weather hike and when reaching for a drink, I found the bite valve frozen.
Sustainable, plant-based filter lasts about 3 months or 48 gallons (180L) of water
do you have to cut a hole in plastice top...
do you have to cut a hole in plastice top no water comes out?
It has a perforated slit on the end of the plastic mouth piece you have to pinch & pull it apart. As soon as you open the hole you should be good to go!
Such a Great Bottle
I love this bottle, and I love the built in filter. It's so great.
How do I find a filter for my Camelbak...
How do I find a filter for my Camelbak Better Bottle?
I tried to find one and had no luck, sadly.
I found them on some random outdoor gear websites... You can also find them in store at REI.