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20oz CamelBak Chute Mag Insulated Stainless Steel Water Bottle (Coral) EXPIRED

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Amazon also has 20oz CamelBak Chute Mag Insulated Stainless Steel Water Bottle (Coral) on sale for $12.99. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25+. Thanks gabe23111

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Ships and sold by Amazon. In stock 1/23

Product Link [amazon.com] (make sure to select Amazon as the seller) NLA


They matched Steep & Cheap [steepandcheap.com] but no free shipping there NLA


Amazon also has the 20oz in Coral [amazon.com] at $13 (1-2 months shipping).


This was also to match Steep & Cheap [steepandcheap.com]
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Jet
Lowest|$|17.99
Current|$|17.99
Average 3 months|$|30.44
Average 6 months|$|32.79


Coral
Lowest|$|12.99
Current|$|12.99
Average 3 months|$|21.91
Average 6 months|$|24.03
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Jet
Lowest$17.99
Current$17.99
Average 3 months$30.44
Average 6 months$32.79

Coral
Lowest$12.99
Current$12.99
Average 3 months$21.91
Average 6 months$24.03
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I bought one of these (slightly smaller size) for a hiking trip a few years ago and found it to be rather inconvenient. Having it hooked onto your packpack as your hiking adds a lot of weight - much more than you think. Especially when it's filled up with water. I unhooked it and tucked it away in one of the side pockets but it was still a pain in the ass having to remove the packpack just to grab the bottle.

If you're into hiking or outdoor activities, get a hydration backpack instead. You'll thank me later. On the other hand if you're buying this for use at the gym, office, or whatever, it's perfectly fine. Bonus points for being stainless steel.
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I bought this a week ago for 23 bucks damnit.

i have two of these for the gym and it's excellent!
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Thanks I picked up the coral for my daughter
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Guy I watch on YouTube swears by these but he prefers the regular plastic ones, think he said the weight savings and extra capacity outweighed the insulation and after carrying around various metal double walled insulated bottles I might just go back to a plastic one also.
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Got the 32 oz one of these before to replace my wide mouth nalgene for something more quick access while driving. Really like the magnet on the cap to keep it out of the way and having stainless and insulated is nice. It is a bit taller than a standard 32 oz nalgene though, i would assume the same for the 40.
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Have had two of the 32oz for 6 months now. They are great! The lids can be a little tricky to keep clean compared to a plain flat lid, but only a small detail. Also, the wide mouth hydro flask lids for perfectly! You can pick and choose a different lid if you don't like the mag one.
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I bought one of these (slightly smaller size) for a hiking trip a few years ago and found it to be rather inconvenient. Having it hooked onto your packpack as your hiking adds a lot of weight - much more than you think. Especially when it's filled up with water. I unhooked it and tucked it away in one of the side pockets but it was still a pain in the ass having to remove the packpack just to grab the bottle.

If you're into hiking or outdoor activities, get a hydration backpack instead. You'll thank me later. On the other hand if you're buying this for use at the gym, office, or whatever, it's perfectly fine. Bonus points for being stainless steel.
Been there lol you almost feel like leaving it in a bush and coming back for it later.
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"usually ships in 1-2 months" . Worth the wait if you don't NEED it right away.
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I bought three of these from Best Buy when they were $9.99 a few months ago. We use them daily.
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Do these keep your drinks cold or hot for hours like the contigo ones?
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I bought three of these from Best Buy when they were $9.99 a few months ago. We use them daily.
When was it available at that price??
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Have had two of the 32oz for 6 months now. They are great! The lids can be a little tricky to keep clean compared to a plain flat lid, but only a small detail. Also, the wide mouth hydro flask lids for perfectly! You can pick and choose a different lid if you don't like the mag one.
We too use ours daily. Good to keep water warm for hours👍
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