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I'm not sure where to put this, but this is a good spot.
Over the last few years, I feel like I've tried a million different kinds of washable water bottles. We have two active kiddos and am trying to stay away from disposable bottles. I'd like something with no straw. Any suggestions? Thanks!
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I have way too many as well! These are my fave though:
Keeps drinks cold, easy to wash and drink from. Only minor tricky thing is the rubber ring on the inside may get lost so make sure it stays in. Thermos has great service, though and you can reorder parts. You can even put smoothies in these. I hate straws and hard to clean parts! Glass is too heavy and plastic is plastic.
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we love contigo..for both water bottles and coffee/hot mugs....no spill. We get them on Amazon Prime.
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I have a glass one with a rubber sleeve that I particularly like because it doesn't transfer taste or odor.
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i was looking at those the other day. I'm just not a fan of plastic! Glad to hear you like them.
Originally Posted by
Midge I have a glass one with a rubber sleeve that I particularly like because it doesn't transfer taste or odor.
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Contigo! They are the only ones that do not leak. I get mine in two packs at Costco.
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My boys are partial to the plain old green and orange Gatorade sports bottles that all the football players use. No straw, but its plastic.
Otherwise, I'm a stainless steel thermos fan.
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We prefer the tervis tumbler double wall water bottles. On the plus side you can customize them and they don't sweat all over the dance bag
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http://www.swellbottle.com/ or http://www.hydroflask.com/ Seen at many sporting goods stores... we have given up plastic years go.. These are great to hold Hot drinks for 12 hours and cold drinks for 24 hours.
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Glad I opened this thread! Going to order one of those Contigo Kangaroo bottles for myself.
We've been through all sorts of water bottle choices here. I dislike the metal ones because you cannot really see if they are clean and not a fan of plastic though we do have a few of those left. Dd is into the LifeFactory glass water bottles. She was given one and then bought a larger one. You can buy whatever cap you prefer whether it is a straw or flip-cap, etc. They even make baby bottles. https://www.lifefactory.com/ Dd has asked for a Swell bottle. I was initially put off by the price when we saw them in a pricey clothing store but later found that is actually the same price on line. I am thinking that might be a good idea as it sounds like they would work well for her morning coffee or for keeping water cold during the day.
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We have this one. It's easy to clean and the lid has a gasket thing that keeps it attached to the bottle so you don't have to deal with the whole matching lids situation. 10 water bottles, 10 lids ends up like matching socks sometimes. You end up with 8 matching sets and 2 lids without bottles and vice versa. But maybe that only happens to me because I have a toddler.
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Love the lululemon glass water bottles. Liquids stay cold forever.