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64oz Ozark Trail Double Wall Stainless Steel Water Bottle EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has 64oz Ozark Trail Double Wall 18/8 Stainless Steel Water Bottle (83-662) for $10.86. Select free store pickup if stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35+. Thanks calisalsa
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High-grade 18/8 stainless steel. Double-wall vacuum insulated.

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Spotted this 64 oz Okark Trail water bottle [walmart.com] on sale today when following SD thread for similar product. Here's details from product page:

64 oz water bottle
High-grade 18/8 stainless steel
Double wall vacuum insulated
Easy twist-off top and wide mouth allows for easy ice insertion
Keeps drink hot or cold for hours

Manufacturer Part Number 83-662
Model 83-662
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Ozark-.../131683847

Edit: First post, so yes did a search before posting, no I don't believe I've finally spotted a deal to post. Cred +0.
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Pay less and get the same quality?

Yea, why would anyone want that.
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I have this, I paid around $15 and it is worth every penny. Ice water easily remains after 24 hours and water was still cold after an entire weekend.

My intentions for buying it was to fill it with beer instead of taking a cooler to the beach. Never wound up doing, but I'm sure it will keep beer cold for awhile. I'd suggest you get those reusable water bottle ice pack.

Oh yeah, no issues with it leaking. Kept on its side in a bag and no leaks.
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Good first post deal! Repped!
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These things are no joke. I HAVE the artic version (I'm sure it's basically the same thing) and it keeps ice ice for well over 24 hours. I bet it's would still be ice cold 4days!
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Growler!?!?
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This looks like the RTIC growler with the threads on the inside. Total Wine uses a filling system that won't work with it. Needs the threads on the outside like the Hydroflask
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I thought it was a good deal also when this was posted for $10

https://slickdeals.net/f/10422340-ozark-trail-double-wall-stainless-steel-water-bottle-beer-growler
Well thst is cheaper ..
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Ordered 1 for store pickup should be ready in 2 days. Repped!
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These are great for a weekend bender!
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This looks like the RTIC growler with the threads on the inside. Total Wine uses a filling system that won't work with it. Needs the threads on the outside like the Hydroflask
Helpful, thank you. I might still get it, only for water.
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I have this, I paid around $15 and it is worth every penny. Ice water easily remains after 24 hours and water was still cold after an entire weekend.

My intentions for buying it was to fill it with beer instead of taking a cooler to the beach. Never wound up doing, but I'm sure it will keep beer cold for awhile. I'd suggest you get those reusable water bottle ice pack.

Oh yeah, no issues with it leaking. Kept on its side in a bag and no leaks.
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Can't ship to store. Deal no go!
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