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Thinksport bottles are made of 18/8 medical-grade 304 stainless steel and do not have any type of liner.
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Reviews For Insulated 12 oz Sports Bottle - Metallic Orange
Based on 6 Reviews
This is a great little bottle. No leaking, easy to use and great color.
Great water bottle
I use the larger size for myself and the 12 oz is great for kids. It's sturdy and keeps liquids cold.
I purchased for the insulation and size. And it delivers on both of these. However, the downside is that when the larger top is unscrewed it becomes very top heavy and cumbersome. Also when there is a hot beverage in the bottle the bottom is insulated but the top gets very hot to touch.
Great for Keeping track
I like to drink around 115 oz of water a day. This water bottle keeps my water cold and makes it super easy to track how much I've drank throughout the day. I take it with me everywhere! Plus, it was much cheaper than other water bottles on the market and I love this orange color!
- Olga Grace
This sports bottle is incredibly durable. I have dropped it more times than I can count. Many bottles would dent and ding, this one looks brand new!
- Barthalemew N.
It is really nice to be able to gulp from an open bottle top, rather than a squirt from a sport top (though it does not open one-handed). A collar can be removed for a wider mouth to add ice cubes. The insulation is very effective, too - ice water was still cold after a few hours in a hot car. I have not tried the mesh strainer yet, but that will be nice to add herbs or fruit to the water. My one curiosity, though, is 'dishwasher safe'. The instructions say to remove the color before putting in the dishwasher, but I've no idea how you would do that. That plastic leash is not flexible, so while you can remove the collar, the little lid is still attached...
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