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REI.com has 25oz. Hydro Flask Skyline Wine Bottle (Black or White) on sale for $21.73. Select Free Store Pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders $50+.

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REI [rei.com] has the 25-Oz Hydro Flask Skyline Wine Bottle (Black or White) on sale for $21.73. Store pickup is free. Otherwise, shipping is free on orders $50+.

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maxspiderx asked this question on 12-01-2021 at 01:13 PM
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Wine bottles usually hold 25 oz., so more than a 24 oz bottle will hold.
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These bottles look nice but dent so easily. I've had much better experience with my kleen kanteen bottles than my hydro flask. Once dented, the insulation doesn't work well
Project Farms tests insulated water bottles: https://youtu.be/a6j1NJkNzwI

It includes drop tests etc, good video for comparing against different brands for anyone in the market for one!
The vacuum (space between) the two metal walls end up touching when dented allowing for heat transfer into or out. Usually, most heat transfer through the lid - but if the walls become compromised it allows it to go through where the dent is as well.

Durability isn't really on hydro flask but they do hold temps well when it's not banged up.

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Sale price valid through Dec. 6th
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I'm seeing free shipping on $50 and up. Not $25
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These bottles look nice but dent so easily. I've had much better experience with my kleen kanteen bottles than my hydro flask. Once dented, the insulation doesn't work well
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Expensive markup Walmart 20oz is $5.
Link or it's, "Fake News"
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Project Farms tests insulated water bottles: https://youtu.be/a6j1NJkNzwI

It includes drop tests etc, good video for comparing against different brands for anyone in the market for one!
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What makes this different than the standard 24 oz standard mouth bottle other than the cap?
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These bottles look nice but dent so easily. I've had much better experience with my kleen kanteen bottles than my hydro flask. Once dented, the insulation doesn't work well
I honestly wonder what the science is behind this. The whole, dent = doesn't work efficiently anymore.
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I honestly wonder what the science is behind this. The whole, dent = doesn't work efficiently anymore.
The vacuum (space between) the two metal walls end up touching when dented allowing for heat transfer into or out. Usually, most heat transfer through the lid - but if the walls become compromised it allows it to go through where the dent is as well.

Durability isn't really on hydro flask but they do hold temps well when it's not banged up.
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The vacuum (space between) the two metal walls end up touching when dented allowing for heat transfer into or out. Usually, most heat transfer through the lid - but if the walls become compromised it allows it to go through where the dent is as well.

Durability isn't really on hydro flask but they do hold temps well when it's not banged up.
Oh ok, so we're talking like BIG damage. Cause the space between the walls are pretty thick, a dink or two isn't going to have the walls touch each other I would think.
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Oh ok, so we're talking like BIG damage. Cause the space between the walls are pretty thick, a dink or two isn't going to have the walls touch each other I would think.
Thinking logically; a dent will reduce the space between the walls, hence reducing the insulation in that spot. So I don't think the walls need touch in order to be less efficient than when new.
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Thinking logically; a dent will reduce the space between the walls, hence reducing the insulation in that spot. So I don't think the walls need touch in order to be less efficient than when new.
I can agree to it being less efficient.

But I imagine it being minimal, would it show up on an infrared camera even is what I'm wondering. We talking a couple hours, minutes, or seconds from the original time?
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These bottles look nice but dent so easily. I've had much better experience with my kleen kanteen bottles than my hydro flask. Once dented, the insulation doesn't work well
I still have my Klean kanteen from over a decade ago. Dented but works great still. Guess I will stick with that brand.
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