Can someone clue me in as to what Nalgene bottles are, what they look like, where I find them, etc. I've heard that Nalgene bottles are better since the tops are bigger, makes them easier to clean, so they are less likely to harbor bacteria.
|Originally posted by Quirky
The Sigg bottles are great. They're lined with a baked-on enamel, so the water doesn't contact the aluminum directly. They're lightweight, but certainly heavier than plastic water bottles. They also dent and ding fairly easily. You can't squeeze them like you can a plastic water bottle, so you have to suck to get your water out.
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I just bought the Ozark Trail Stainless Steel Vacuum Bottle in the camping section of a local Walmart for $12.87 + tax. It's sturdy, has an opening big enough for ice cubes, holds 1.0 L/33.9 oz. liquid, and has both a handle and an optional carrying strap.
I've been looking for months, using old Snapple bottles in the meantime, and this is the best deal there is!
Happy shopping, and happy clean drinking water!
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