Nathan

Insulated Steel Hydration Bottle

5.0 stars
5.0 out of 5 stars, 1 review
SALE $19.99
was $24.95, save $4.96 (20%)
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Nathan

Insulated Steel Hydration Bottle

#NN-4091N
SALE$19.99
was $24.95, save $4.96 (20%)
#NN-4091N
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For all elements.....An insulated bottle and a turn and pour spout allows you to tote hot beverages as well as cool.

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details
  • 18/8 food grade stainless steel
  • 100% recyclable and 100% BPA free
  • vacuum insulation keeps fluids warm for up to 4 hours and cold for up to 12 hours and eliminates condensation
  • holds 475 ml of liquid
  • the push and pour lid allows you to access fluids with the push of a button-either sip or pour
  • wide mouth screw-top cap is leak proof when lid is closed and in locked position
  • finger loop quickclip easily attaches to a belt, shoulder strap, or pack strap
  • fits in most car cup holders and bike bottle cages
  • hand wash only and dry thoroughly
  • Warning: Do not fill with boiling liquids to reduce the risk of scalding
  • an excellent choice for consumers looking for a BPA-free bottle Bisphenol-A q & a
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5.0 stars 5.0 for Insulated Steel Hydration Bottle by Nathan (1 review)

5.0 stars 5.0

For more than just biking...

(Avid Cyclist) August 23, 2012

I prefer my water to be really cold and this bottle definitely does keep the liquids cold, especially if you add a couple of ice cubes. I am happy with the double wall insulation and the styling is smart. The only negative is that it is easy to forget about closing the bottle (with a simple touch of the button). I found this out the hard way when it tipped in my tent and a whole bunch of water spilled out.

I think the size would fit easily into a bottle cage on a bike. Unfortunately I don't have a bottle cage yet to say for sure. I'm quite happy with this bottle so far. And I wouldn't restrict its use to just biking.

Pros
  • Easy to Use
  • Durable
Cons
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