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REI Co-op Nalgene Wide-Mouth Water Bottle: 48oz $5.90, 32oz EXPIRED

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REI.com has 50% Off Select REI Co-op Nalgene Water Bottles (various colors). Select in-store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders $50+. Thanks JJM
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  • These bottles are made of Eastman Tritan copolyester and are BPA-free.
  • Offer is valid through 9/2 or while supplies last. -Corwin

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REI has select Naglene bottles on sale for 50% off. Free shipping over $50, or free store pickup.

32oz for $5.39
https://www.rei.com/product/10633...e-32-fl-oz

16oz for $4.39
https://www.rei.com/product/10633...e-16-fl-oz

48oz for $5.89
https://www.rei.com/product/10634...e-48-fl-oz

32oz narrow mouth for $5.39
https://www.rei.com/product/10633...e-32-fl-oz
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because they are lightweight, inexpensive, and wide mouth for easy cleaning. i dont really like this particular "ridged" wall one, but they are popular because they are easily clamp into something. i prefer the ultralight version that is "semi ridge" and weighs a little less(barely). the ridged ones are more prone to cracking if you freeze them solid, unlike the ultralight semi ridged.

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Camping and hiking. These are nice for short to mid-range trips, where you need to carry a day or two of water (2-4 of these) and you need them in strong leak-proof containers.
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I think you mean rigid. I kept looking for ridges on the dang bottle lol.
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Why are these popular? They don't keep beverages cool.
Camping and hiking. These are nice for short to mid-range trips, where you need to carry a day or two of water (2-4 of these) and you need them in strong leak-proof containers.
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Why are these popular? They don't keep beverages cool.
because they are lightweight, inexpensive, and wide mouth for easy cleaning. i dont really like this particular "ridged" wall one, but they are popular because they are easily clamp into something. i prefer the ultralight version that is "semi ridge" and weighs a little less(barely). the ridged ones are more prone to cracking if you freeze them solid, unlike the ultralight semi ridged.

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will this fit in a topo designs klettersack?
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Because it's cool to carry them.
What? They are actually practical. Lightweight, wide mouth to fit filters, won't crack.
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Why are these popular? They don't keep beverages cool.
When you go backpacking/hiking/traveling, 6oz vs 14oz (empty bottle) is a huge difference.
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Ok for hot liquid or not a good idea?
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Ok for hot liquid or not a good idea?
Get something insulated for hot beverages, will keep them hot.
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Why are these popular? They don't keep beverages cool.
Excellent warranty, good plastic, durable, easy to carry, can hold significant amount of liquid, easy to clean lid and bottle compared to insulated with rubber seals, long lasting, never have to worry about the insulation dying, cheap, no metal clanking
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For decades, these used to be the standard way of carrying water while hiking/camping. As mentioned above they are compatible with most water filters so you can purify along the way. I believe they are polycarbonate, thus VERY durable and PABA FREE. People have been going to more lightweight options but personally, I like the durability of the water filter friendly wide mouth versions and still carry them camping and hiking. Maybe I'm a bit old school.
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Any ideas on how long they hold orders in store once you order? Wont be able to get to a REI for another 10 days..
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