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Pics of your current EDC water bottle.

Discussion in 'Other Every Day Carry Items' started by Elg, May 12, 2013.

  1. themadplumbarian

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    What kinda lid is that? JR
     
  2. kye4some

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    Hey JR,
    It's a AVEX FreeFlow Raw Stainless-Steel Vacuum Water Bottle. The lid rocks, super easy to drink from zero leaks when upside down. It has a built in carry handle, dust cover and lock to prevent accidental opening in your bag and such. I grabbed it due to the cool raw steel finish and found that the lid is the real star. It also fits on several other different bottles I have.
     
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  3. themadplumbarian

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    Oh cool,, JR
     
  4. Chris Rhodes

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    Just pick up a 32oz Takeya insulated bottle. I've been carrying a 32oz camelbak eddy or chut for the past couple of years. So far I'm extremely happy with it. 24 cold, 12 hot. [​IMG]

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  5. Reidar Chr. L. Guttormsen

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    Why the tissue underneath? Does it condensate? Usually double-walled bottles do not.... enquiering minds want to know... :)


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  6. Chris Rhodes

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    My camelbaks sweat a lot so i have gotten use to having it up there. Just have not thrown it away yet.

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  7. Tallboyjim

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    My one didn't sweat yesterday in the van all day when the temperature reached 30c plus. For the money they're pretty good.
     
  8. Chris Rhodes

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    I think I paid like $23.00 for it at Target, for that price I couldn't go wrong, the wife needed something there so I took a look in there outdoor section to see what they had. About 4 or 5 months ago they were selling HydroFlasks there and I should have jumped on them then, started looking around to see if they still had them and I guess they stopped selling them.
     
  9. GatorMedic

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    New 32 oz Hydro Flask with straw lid. Pup approved :)

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    I use one of the S'well bottles. It keeps things hot or cold and doesn't sweat. I take tea in the morning then fill it up with water from the bottle filler during the day. Pricey, and double walled so it isn't a good survival choice (can't safely boil water in it) but it works well for my EDC. I work in an office setting.

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    Can anyone recommend a good Titanium bottle as I peruse back through 22 pages?
     
  12. akmedic77

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    [​IMG]


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    I've been using my Mizu aloha bottle for a few weeks.
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    I love my hydroflask with its boot that doubles as a small dog bowl

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    My 64oz HF with Juglug sleeve and carry strap...


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  16. The Essential Illuminator

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    The hell with me!! My Husky Capo needs it more,especially in weather we have been having the last 2 weeks!

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    His natural element....SNOW!

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    What size HF is that?


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  18. SOS24

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    It is 24oz. HF did a limited production for REI. HF doesn't normally do 24oz in wide mouth.
     
  19. earthman

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    Way off topic I know but I find that breed amazing, being able to sleep outside in the snow etc and not die!

    I take it that your one were born & bread in a more tropical country shall we say, do you think that he is truly happy/comfortable with the weather conditions there? And what if you up and moved to the Artic Circle, would he cope with that extreme minus temperature like the native ones do??
     
  20. The Essential Illuminator

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    I do not live in a tropical area. I live in the suburbs of Philly. The summer can be tough sometimes, but the fall and spring are not too bad. He obviously likes the winter and I take him to Lake Placid NY a lot.

    Now,,,the people who live in Florida, Arizona, Texas and many parts of Calif. should NOT have a Husky in my opinion. Not fair to the dog.

    GOOGLE: THE GREAT SERUM RUN OF 1925 to learn more about the amazing survival ability of the Siberian Husky. Thye saved the town of Nome Alaska when the children were dying from Diptheria outbreakThey can take temps. up to -50/-60F. They have done expeditions in the Arctic circle.

    Check out my thread and see how CAPO and I are already @14,300 miles and on our way to going around the world[in terms of miles]!

    https://www.edcforums.com/threads/capo-and-i-around-the-world-in.138021/#post-2643434

    Sorry for going off topic,,,,,,,,,I blame "earthman"!!! lol! I had to respond to his question.
     
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