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  1. #1

    Join Date: Sep 2008
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    Water bottles

    I drink about 900 gallons of water a day (give or take) and my current filtration bottles are getting a little long in the tooth.

    Anyone have any good recommendations? I was looking at these:


    But I'm not sure I'd like dealing with the bite valve all the time. I basically carry one with me all day at work, and have one next to me all the time at home.

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    I have an Eddy and I'm really happy with it. I don't find the bite valve to be that big of a deal, and I like how it doesn't spill if you knock it over.
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    the bite valve isn't bothersome to use in the least bit and as dave said it's nice that it doesn't spill. They will wear out eventually so buy one on sale if you can. My last one wore out after 2.5 years.

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    Bite valves are fucking disgusting.

    I use Kleen Kanteens. Excellent quality. Used Nalgenes a lot as a kid, but once these came out when I was 14-15 I never looked back. They have multiple style tops. The old fashioned gatorade squeeze bottle one is good for on the go stuff. But the basic screw on lid is good if you aren't doing something extremely active.

    Water also tastes better coming out of Stainless Steel over plastic. These last for fucking ever as well. I still have my first one somewhere.

    Klean Kanteen: 27oz BPA-free Stainless Steel Water Bottle

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