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SeattleBernerwrote a review of on June 20, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I am not sure how I really managed to live without my Hydro Flask Growler now that I have one. It doesn't sweat. It doesn't leak. And it keeps the beer or any other liquid cold. Those should be the three pillars of any growler/bottle. If I really had to reach to find one small, make that super super minor issue, it's that it has no window so you can't see how full it is. Apparently this has caused some issues for inexperienced growler filling people. Luckily for me, I am surrounded by places that will fill a growler in Seattle and none of those people mind. In fact many of them start off by saying "wow - this is a really cool growler. I need to get one of these".
I have also heard of people using it for hot soup or chili, etc.. and they claim it works awesome.





SeattleBernerwrote a review of on June 5, 2012

4 5

I have had a Thule big mouth for probably about 8 years. It's a well built bike mount. I had some issues with the grip of the clamp on my large framed mountain bike. I use a bungee cord around the clap to make it a bit more solid and give me a little better piece of mind if I am driving on the freeway. I really don't have any major complaints on the build or functionality, but I really don't use it anymore. Since moving to a hitch mount bike rack I can say that I will probably never use a roof mount rack again. Putting the bike up on the roof rack and taking it down can be a pain. I have to open one of the back doors on my Jeep Grand Cherokee and step up on the door sill in order to reach the bike. It's a total pain versus using a hitch mounted rack. Overall, its a good product, but no longer for me.