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National Geographic Water Bottle

$25.00

Price: $25.00

Item#:2000173

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This durable logo water bottle is perfect for outdoor adventures and everyday hydration. Easy to tote around, it will keep you hydrated in all types of conditions. The bottle is made from extra thick, BPA-free stainless steel to resist the denting that makes lighter water bottles wear out. A unique BIOS barrier coating on the interior ensures that your water tastes like water, and not like metal.


The easy push button lets you open and drink using just one hand, and for even more ease of use, it's top rack dishwasher-safe.


10 1/4"H x 3" W. Holds 27 ounces.


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3.0

(based on 4 reviews)

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2.0

So frustrated

By Drippy

from Canada

Verified Reviewer

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        I had an eddie bauer I loved until it broke, and I decided to go with a metal water bottle for durability. I loved the look of this water bottle, the button mechanism and I like how it doesn't leave a weird taste in the water. It also keeps things cool. But I can't get it to stop leaking! It's driving me nuts. It soaked the bottom of my purse today and dripped all over my keyboard at work. It is not the button mechanism either, it is the actual top itself, like the threads aren't sealing properly...I'm very frustrated and I've only had it for two days.

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        5.0

        is my best purchase!

        By Venegas2d

        from San Jose, Costa Rica

        Verified Buyer

        The size is perfect and durable material

        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        3.0

        Not the forever water bottle

        By kim

        from Peterborough, Ontario, Canada

        Verified Reviewer

        Finally found a water bottle that didn't leave a metalic taste in my mouth....until a few weeks later the opening mechanisim in the lid stopped working to let the water flow on 2 of the 3 that I purchased. Glad they were on sale now. Wish there was a replacement top...nothing wrong with the rest of the bottle. Now what do I do with them....metal scrap?

        (7 of 9 customers found this review helpful)

         
        2.0

        Good until you drop it!

        By mick

        from canada

        Verified Reviewer

        I thought this was the best waterbottle ever - then I dropped it once....The push button broke and as I am trying to be conservation friendly - I am trying desparately to get a new top for it - so I don't waste [$] and send something to a landfill forever when only part of it is broken...unfortunatley although customer service has emailed me back - no one has been able to send me a replacement top. I thought the whole purpose of using a water bottle was for conservation, and you would think that national geographic would understand that, of all organizations - but apparently not - no replacement parts available. Sad...

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