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Costco 32oz Hydro Flask, $27.99, YMMV

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Costco B&M is selling 32oz Hydro Flask (wide mouth with flex cap) for $27.99 in the following colors: Item #1125352

- Stainless
- Black
- Graphite
- Cobalt

Retail is $39.99 usually these colors do not go on sale often.
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Created 08-26-2017 at 06:21 PM by low_ball_88
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What's so special about this water bottle to cost this much?
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What's so special about this water bottle to cost this much?
Google. Use your resources.
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What's so special about this water bottle to cost this much?
http://thewirecutter.com/reviews/...er-bottle/

Probably one of the best insulated bottles.
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I bought one. OMG, i luv it. It's so awesome. Wish I got more at the time it was on sale on REI.

Was wondering does anyone know if we can bring it in airports boarding our flight to our destination (obviously without any liquid in it)?
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Costco had a similar 2-pack for $30 late this Spring, I wanna say... if it's still that price, I'd say it's a better deal than Hydroflask. The Hydroflask bottles are kinda hard to drink out of without spilling. I think you can buy a different cap, but it's not spill proof. The Costco variant had a plastic water bottle type cap, except it didn't come off. It's kind of hard to explain, but it's easier to sip from
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I bought one. OMG, i luv it. It's so awesome. Wish I got more at the time it was on sale on REI.

Was wondering does anyone know if we can bring it in airports boarding our flight to our destination (obviously without any liquid in it)?
Yes you can bring thru tsa obv wo the liquid in it...On a side note you can proudly bring 50ml mini liquor bottles thru tsa. I had 4 in a Ziploc bag and the tsa agent said good choice. However it is illegal to bring it on board and consume on flight (2k fine). For after and before flight.
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http://thewirecutter.com/reviews/...er-bottle/

Probably one of the best insulated bottles.
It keeps hot liquid for only 6 hours and cold for 24 hours, the one Klean Kanteen I bought at Target from Hot Deals here rated 20 hour hot and 50 hours cold with the price is less than half.
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Costco had a similar 2-pack for $30 late this Spring, I wanna say... if it's still that price, I'd say it's a better deal than Hydroflask. The Hydroflask bottles are kinda hard to drink out of without spilling. I think you can buy a different cap, but it's not spill proof. The Costco variant had a plastic water bottle type cap, except it didn't come off. It's kind of hard to explain, but it's easier to sip from
I use the hf official straw lid with my hf, and it's leak proof. There are 3rd party/imitation lids though, I think I've seen leak complaints with those.

With the straw lid, I'm sure you lose some insulation though. Seems I have to load at least 1/3 of my cups with ice to prevent the drink from becoming warm by day's end, which is annoying.
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>tfw bought hydroflask-like bottle (in a set of 2) from Costco at the beginning of the year

>now they start selling the real thing
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Costco had a similar 2-pack for $30 late this Spring, I wanna say... if it's still that price, I'd say it's a better deal than Hydroflask. The Hydroflask bottles are kinda hard to drink out of without spilling. I think you can buy a different cap, but it's not spill proof. The Costco variant had a plastic water bottle type cap, except it didn't come off. It's kind of hard to explain, but it's easier to sip from

I think what you're referring to are the Takeya bottles. I remember seeing it dip down to $20 in store.


https://www.costco.com/Takeya-40o...47081.html
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I've had several Hydroflask bottles this size I bought from Amazon and directly from Hydroflask. I can see these being good for traveling if you need to store them in a bag or maybe camping. If you are just looking for something to carry around to drink water then I suggest a Yeti clone like the Ozark 32oz on sale at Walmart often for $5-$10.

If you want to keep this Hydroflask hot/cold best you need the standard cap which can be a pain to use if you drink from it often. It also makes it easy to spill it on yourself due to the large opening. If you pick a different lid you can reduce the spill likelihood at a cost of heat/cold retention efficiency. Due to their shape, they won't fit in cup holders You will have to find an alternate way to store them while mobile. As mentioned, they aren't easy to drink from anyways so it's not the best idea to drink from them in a car.

What ultimately made me stop using them was how easy they are to damage. Due to their shape, they can be easy to drop. I dropped 2 of them and their weight distribution made them land on the bottom edge which put a small dent. After that, they stopped working correctly and wouldn't stay hot/cold for extended periods. I ended up moving over to the Yeti cup knockoffs and haven't dropped once since due to their better shape. They are much cheaper and easier to drink from.
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Is there much difference between this and the Ozark Trail stuff that is half the price?
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I think what you're referring to are the Takeya bottles. I remember seeing it dip down to $20 in store.


https://www.costco.com/Takeya-40o...47081.html
Thank you, that was it. Glad to see the 40oz 2 packs are still about $29.99. It should probably go without saying, but the one that isn't colored isn't as insulated (the steel one) as the blue one... but both are still good
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