Hydro Flask Insulated Stainless Steel Water Bottle, Standard Mouth, Black Butte, 21-Ounce | Things Caribbean Added Daily

Hydro Flask Insulated Stainless Steel Water Bottle, Standard Mouth, Black Butte, 21-Ounce

July 11, 2016 - Comment

Hydro Flask’s insulated water bottles are made of high quality food grade 18/8 stainless steel. The bottles have no liner (like most aluminum bottles) and are BPA free. Unlike plastic water bottles or single wall stainless bottles, Hydro Flask will keep your beverage of choice at your preferred temperature for hours, whether you choose hot,

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Hydro Flask’s insulated water bottles are made of high quality food grade 18/8 stainless steel. The bottles have no liner (like most aluminum bottles) and are BPA free. Unlike plastic water bottles or single wall stainless bottles, Hydro Flask will keep your beverage of choice at your preferred temperature for hours, whether you choose hot, cold or room temperature liquids. All Hydro Flask products feature a lifetime warranty and are double wall vacuum insulated. They are designed to be lightweight, making them great for long hikes, days on the beach, hot yoga classes, golf, long road trips or everyday office use. Even when filled with ice, the exterior of your Hydro Flask will never leave a puddle on your desk, drip on your shirt, or sweat in your bag.

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Paul says:

Awesome! I am a skeptic when it comes to claims that bottles can keep water/liquids cold for hours and hours, but I read all of the reviews on this bottle and decided to buy one and try it. I live in Saudi Arabia where it is 115-120 degrees right now, and I thought there is no way this will work. I was wrong! I even had the bottle out in the desert on a shooting range for 5 hours under the scorching sun and my water was still ice cold. I’ll admit that the ice melts in about 5-6 hours, but the water…

440kcal says:

Hydro Flask = BEST. THING. EVER. Hydro Flask is pretty much the best thing ever. 

RH says:

Great insulation & heat retention On a recent project, I measured the heat loss on various size stainless steel insulated containers (Thermos bottles, coffee cups, etc.). I started by filling each container to its capacity with 200 degree water. Below are the temperatures for containers in the 16-24 oz. range after a 3 hour & 10 hour period – numbers shown after the item are: temp. after 3 hrs and temp. after 10 hrs. The list includes this item as well as the others listed. I also included a pretty much standard (larger size)…

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