Andrew Burton

Andrew Burton

Andrew Burton

Andrew Burtonwrote a review of on October 26, 2010

3 5

Yes, these bottles work for what they are but I've got two issues, they dent super easy and the top takes waaay to long to unscrew (not to mention looking like your drinking from a fuel bottle). Yeah the dents aren't that big of a deal, but when you need to drink something it seems like they could have left a good 1/4 inch of threads off the top and still have a functional seal. Most of the Nalgenes once loose you can kind of spin the lid off and take a drink, not so with the Sigg. Twirl and twirl and twist and spin and turn and... Additionally, don't buy the top holder, it will break eventually where it clips to the cap. I've never had an issue with any leaching tastes. Overall I'd rather rock my Nalgene or my Platypus bottles.

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Andrew Burton

Andrew Burtonwrote a review of on February 15, 2010

5 5

The only way to really mess one of these bottles up is to lose the dang thing! I wish I knew what happened to all the ones I've owned over the years?! I had some back in the day with the old mountain lion logo and wish I still did but alas they were probably stolen. The only other way to hurt a nalgene is having to many brews and it falls into the bon fire you've got roaring with your homeboys. Look it's a classic and it follows the KISS ideals so just buy it and slap some stickers on it!

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