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Costco: Hydroflask wide mouth 18oz water bottle - $19.99

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Costco has the Hydroflask wide mouth 18oz water bottle for $19.99

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Found at Lawrence Township, NJ 08648. Not sure if they are available elsewhere.
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Created 11-25-2017 at 09:14 PM by TightPantsGent
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Not bad. Goes for 30 bucks in amzn. Wish they had the REI hydroflask deal from a few weeks ago.
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Can anyone educate me why this brand sells for such a premium? In the vacuum insulated bottle world, i know Zojirushi seems to be top, tiger is good too, then Thermos, a lot of their bottles are suitable for both keeping liquid piping hot or ice cold for hours, and they are selling for this price range. Hydroflask, swell and some other similar brands normally only make keeping cold claim and mostly make water bottles instead of a more versatile hot /cold drink bottle, why can they comfortably sell at this price? Nothing stops you using a zojirushi mug for ice water. Any hidden benefits from hydroflask?
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Can anyone educate me why this brand sells for such a premium? In the vacuum insulated bottle world, i know Zojirushi seems to be top, tiger is good too, then Thermos, a lot of their bottles are suitable for both keeping liquid piping hot or ice cold for hours, and they are selling for this price range. Hydroflask, swell and some other similar brands normally only make keeping cold claim and mostly make water bottles instead of a more versatile hot /cold drink bottle, why can they comfortably sell at this price? Nothing stops you using a zojirushi mug for ice water. Any hidden benefits from hydroflask?
Marketing and lifetime warranty on bottles and cap. Only downside is that you pay shipping to ship product back to them. I have had to do one for a cap and then later for bottle itself. I got to keep the cap.
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Is this available at all Costco's?
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Can anyone educate me why this brand sells for such a premium? In the vacuum insulated bottle world, i know Zojirushi seems to be top, tiger is good too, then Thermos, a lot of their bottles are suitable for both keeping liquid piping hot or ice cold for hours, and they are selling for this price range. Hydroflask, swell and some other similar brands normally only make keeping cold claim and mostly make water bottles instead of a more versatile hot /cold drink bottle, why can they comfortably sell at this price? Nothing stops you using a zojirushi mug for ice water. Any hidden benefits from hydroflask?
I have both Zojirushi and Hydroflask, Zojirushi performs better in keeping liquid hot/cold for hours. Hydroflask is good but personally I think does not worth its MSRP, just very popular among younger generation because of social media hype.
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Not bad. Goes for 30 bucks in amzn. Wish they had the REI hydroflask deal from a few weeks ago.
What was the rei deal?
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32 and select 40 oz Hydro Flasks are $29.99 currently at Dick's.
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Is this available at all Costco's?
These were found at Lawrence Township, NJ 08648. I don't know if these Hydroflasks are in every Costco.
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Has anyone seen these at other Costco stores?
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Has anyone seen these at other Costco stores?
Yes. In Southern California.
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Also available in Houston, TX for same price!
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Yes. In Southern California.
May I ask where in california?
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If you are a Costco member, a couple months back they had a 2-pack of Takeya 40oz bottles. Just as good as Hydroflask for $29.99.

They performed just as well, but I think the size was too big for most.
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