I bought a Camelback water bottle at a sporting goods store that leaked like crazy. My campus bookstore wanted $25 for a bottle with a logo on it. So I turned to Moosejaw for an affordable, dependable water bottle, and I was not disappointed. I bought three of them in different colors and sizes and they're all great! I use them almost every day, and I've never had a single problem. I would recommend this to any one who drinks water.
We ordered 2, for myself and my teenage daughter (16). They are fantastic, but my other 2 daughters (4 and 5) use mine all the time. My teen daughter doesn't let anyone even touch her bottle. They are easy to fill. My little girls it is a god send, they don't spill trying to get the lid off. I was worried they would chew the top and ruin it...but we have had them since march and the spout is no worse for the wear. We love them, and are ordering more....so I can use mine and they can carry theirs.
i love camelbaks. they are much easier to drink from on the trail. i like the take the 1 liter with the hose adaptor and use it almost as a bladder but its better because its easy to fill up and you can carry it around camp without looking like a tool
"Just bought this today, already dropped it."
..on the pavement outside the East Lansing store. Have I mentioned I'm clumsy? well it took a hit and rolled for a bit, and after a wild goose chase, I brushed it off, and it still looks like new. Phew! Talk about an instant stress test
I got one of these in my stocking this year. I immeadietly went out and bought 3 more one for slushees one for gatorade and 2 for water. (you should probably separate the flavors because it is not easy to get the flavors out of the plastic). Other than that, TERRIFIC!
"Slurpee sales would skyrocket if they were served in these bottles!"
This is by far the best water bottle I have ever owned. A month ago I started getting worried about my Polycarbon plastic chemical doo-hickey emitting water bottle and sent their customer service an email. Needless to say I didn't get a response, and a week later, that same bottle broke on the gym floor! Not only does THIS bottle survive my butter-finger coordination, I might survive certain chemical plastic death by drinking from it! And I won't have to strain my neck either with the amazing straw-drink-like action that can be opened easily with one hand (useful when you're hanging for dear life by the other or biking, since I have yet to master riding a bike with no hands...)