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What's your favorite type of water bottle and why? There are so many different ones out there.

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Nalgene wide mouth bottles so I can get them really clean. Narrower mouth bottles are harder to keep clean. Also, they are BPA free.

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I have a 32 oz Nalgene wide mouth bottle with a splash guard insert. I love how durable it is, the marking of ml and oz on the side, and it is easy to clean (like the poster above mentioned). What I don’t like is how it doesn’t fit in any kind of cup holder.

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Nalgene 32oz is my favorite too! For the same reasons as above!

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I like my 20 oz Tervis Water Bottle. Very durable. Can sip out of it without using a straw.

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I have an Rtic 40oz tumbler. I love how it holds temperature whether it's hot or cold. It fits well in cup holders and a huge plus is it doesn't sweat!

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Nice Looking, and it works well too? Maybe I need to fix up another BP store order!

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1 minute ago, Frustr8 said:

Nice Looking, and it works well too? Maybe I need to fix up another BP store order!

I've used this one for a few weeks and really like that it doesn't smell, doesn't leak, doesn't sweat as much as my aluminum bottles, it's easy to clean and doesn't get dinged up every time I drop it. It also fits into my car's cup holder which is a big plus.

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Thanks for the recommendations! I like fancy thin pretty ones but cleaning them are a nightmare lately.

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Get a camel back Water bottle with the straw you have to bite down to drink water because you can sip all day and since you have to bite down on the straw no air ever gets in the straw ❤️

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are there any good bottles i can squeeze and just spray Water into my mouth like a wild animal? lmao. serious though.

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Also, I love my Bubba 26oz insulated steel Water bottle. It truly does keep water cold for 20 hours and stuff hot for 7 hours. Self-tested, lol. BUT, I dropped it from my bicycle and the lid cracked and now it leaks if not kept upright. :(

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