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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. HaChayalBoded

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    what lid is that?

     
  2. Jay-uk

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    What is the boot called,great idea
     
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    Takeya Spout Lid. I like the wide mouths but prefer the smaller holes when drinking and I do not like straw lids at all. This one fits the Hydroflask without leaking.


    It is called a bottle boot. I had originally seen Hydroflask selling them on custom bottles but they weren’t selling them separately. The one on that bottle was 3D printed from a guy on etsy. The listed item came with a whole in the bottom, but I asked and the guy did a custom without the hole.

    Hydroflask now sells their boots separately. The 3D printed one is thicker and not as flexible as the Hydroflask, but both work to protect the bottom and a quick drink for my dog.
     
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  4. Jay-uk

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    Sound ideal thank you
     
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  5. Reidar Chr. L. Guttormsen

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    Blackhawk hydrastorm 32oz/1liter[​IMG]


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  6. Reidar Chr. L. Guttormsen

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    Dropped it...

    [​IMG]


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  7. Tesla

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    This is why we have to buy NEW nice things...:)
     
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    My new multi-tasking Ti kitchen, bar**, survival heater, and a few other things.

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    **190 grain ~dehydrated vodka
     
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    AKA Everclear
     
  10. Reidar Chr. L. Guttormsen

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    Stainless steel baby! Bought the Contigo in front today. I really do have too many water bottles tho, I might have a problem...


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  11. Reidar Chr. L. Guttormsen

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    Oh that would make so much more sense if I actually attatched the picture of the new water bottle as well... 20oz btw

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    If assessed by outsiders, any member of this forum would be diagnosed with one or several problems.

    De gale har det godt ;-)

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    Based on how my 40oz looks, I believe that the picture is of a 40oz. I love the size and use it even more than I was expecting to. I was initially afraid it would be too big for holding, but I am able to get a good enough grip on it to pick up one handed even when full.
     
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    Awesome gift from the GF before vacation... Yeti 20oz Rambler[​IMG][​IMG]

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    Yup. Me too. Like many on here, I'm sure, I have far too many of the following categories:-

    Water bottles
    Knives
    Flashlights
    Gear Bags
    Pouches
     
  16. Reidar Chr. L. Guttormsen

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    And

    Mechanical pencils
    Kitchen knives
    Keyring whatshalmecallits and thingamibobs
    Iphone charger cables
    First aid kits
    Empty tins of Altoids...



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    But you can never have enough or there is always that one that might fit your needs/wants a little bit better.
     
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    https://ibb.co/jP42eJ

    Man, I love this thing. My favorite is the AVEX Free Flow 40oz bottle, but it's too big to travel with easily. Snagged this little yeti "18oz" model hoping the volume rating was conservative. It will hold all but a sip of an Arizona Iced tea can and doesn't take up much room in my bag.
     
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  20. Moshe ben David

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    I just use a plastic water bottle made and marketed by Rubbermaid. Always available in my local supermarkets, Walmart, etc etc. Think the last time I bought one it cost about $5. Fits perfectly even in the 'smaller' diameter cup holder in my car console. Top has a flip up cover that is perfect for one hand access while driving. Practically indestructible.

    No, not insulated; which 'can' be an issue on hot days -- so usually I fill it about half way, let it freeze up in the freezer, then top off with liquid before leaving the house.

    Works for me.

    L'chaim!

    Moshe ben David
     
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