Insulated Water Bottle
BUZIO Insulated Water Bottle with Straw Lid and Flex Cap, 32oz, 40oz, 64oz, 87oz Modern Double Vacuum Stainless Steel Water Flask, Cold for 48 Hrs Hot for 24 Hrs Simple Thermo Canteen Mug,BPA-Free
This water Insulated Water Bottle is amazing! I’ve had it for about 2 months now, and it hasn’t let me down. When I was in the market for a new water bottle, I had a few necessary characteristics in mind:
1)Holds at least 32 ounces — gotta stay hydrated.
2)Holds ice water without condensation — I like my water cold, but I hate those little puddles of condensation.
3)Optional straw — I work a 9 to 5 desk job and my hands spend most of their time on the keyboard, so I like to just set my water bottle down on the desk in front of me and sip the straw.
4)Completely leak proof — I fly for work every week and my water bottle lays horizontally in my backpack under the seat in front of me, so there can’t be any leaks.
Nalgene water bottles are big enough, but they don’t have a straw option and condensate like crazy unless you get a bulky sleeve. Camelbacks offer straws, but I’ve always had problems with those leaking and opening randomly. I ended up giving this water bottle a try and I LOVE IT!
First, it holds plenty of water. Don’t listen to that review that says this water bottle is too big for women. I’m a 23-year-old female and easily finish 2 of these bottles daily (80 oz) and sometimes even finish a third (120 oz).
Next, it keeps your water COLD. I fill mine up a third of the way with ice every morning before leaving for work, and the ice is still there by the time I go to sleep. I’ve also filled it up all the way with ice before (just for fun) and the ice was still there 24 hours later. Plus, I’ve never noticed ANY condensation.
Lastly, I’ve used it daily and I’ve never noticed ANY leaks. I’ve laid it horizontally, tipped it upside down, shook it around, everything. No leaks!
They give you two tops: one twist-off cap and one straw cap, along with 2 straws and a straw cleaning brush. The brush is perfect for cleaning the straws, as well as the little nooks and crannies in the straw top. I would suggest using a cylindrical brush for cleaning the bottle itself since the opening is too small for most hands.
The only problem I have with the water bottle is that the straws are difficult to get on and off of the straw top (they are the *PERFECT* size for each other to avoid any leaks). I suggest using hot water to warm up the plastic straw so it’s easier to push onto the top. Nonetheless, this is definitely the best water bottle I’ve ever used! Highly recommend!Promised Review by Jessica