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CamelBakChute Mag Vacuum Stainless .35L Bottle

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Item # CAM008Z

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Item # CAM008Z
Description

Chute Mag Vacuum Stainless .35L Bottle

Enjoy piping-hot morning coffee and refreshingly chilled beverages with the insulated stainless steel construction of the CamelBak Chute Mag Vacuum Stainless .35L Bottle. This insulated bottle keeps coffee and tea warm for up to six hours, even in frigid winter temperatures. On the flip side, it'll keep your beverages refreshingly cold for a full day in summertime. CamelBak's magnetic cap neatly attaches to the handle, so you can keep it out of the way when you're sipping your morning coffee or indulging in a refreshing iced tea. It's a bit smaller in capacity, holding 12 ounces of liquid as you commute to work or enjoy a refreshment around lunchtime.
  • Insulated steel bottle for keeps your beverages hot or chilled
  • Beverages remain piping-hot for 6 hours or chilled for 24 hours
  • Magnetic cap nests to handle for drinking with one hand
  • Dishwasher-friendly and 100% BPA-free construction
  • Wide-mouth opening for quick filling

Tech Specs
Material
stainless steel
Volume
.35 L (12 oz)
Valve
angled spout with leak-proof magnetic cap
Dimensions
2.8 x 3.7 x 8.3 in
Recommended Use
casual
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime
Weight

Claimed Weight

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9.4 oz

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    >Rating: 4

    Perfect for cold and hot days.

    Just wish was a lil bigger. But it does the job.

    >Rating: 4

    Heat

    Familiarity:
    I've used it several times

    This keeps my coffee hot for a little bit. The trick I found was put hot water in it for a bit then do my coffee. I stays hotter longer.