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Nalgene Wide Mouth 32 oz. Bottles

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Nalgene Wide Mouth 32 oz. Bottles
4.5 out of 5 based on 45 user reviews.

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Review by barubin on Feb. 07, 2008
It's a somewhat overly/reasonably priced water bottle good for holding liquids (water, beer, soup, liquid soap, milk). It's recyclable.
I heard if you fill them completely with water and throw them (throw + gravity) and not just drop it (only gravity) from a two story building onto a baseball sized rock while it's cloudy and a Tuesday between the new moon and the 1/4 moon, it'll break. But if you do it any other day of the week, ALL BETS ARE OFF.
Their white/foggy counterparts are said to be non-carcinogenic. However, they're not as strong and the clear ones.

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Review by pengshi on Aug. 03, 2011
-Efficient water container.
-It's so common, there are lots of accessories for it.
-attached cap.
-Big and difficult to hold.
-Best way to spill water all over yourself when you want to hike and drink at the same time (To be fair, then have a drinking spout adapter for the top).
I never understood why this bottle is so popular. It's hard to hold and difficult to drink out of if you plan to use this as workout bottle. The only thing it's good for is as a efficient and function over form water container for backpacking trips. If you're looking for a bottle for workout, Look elsewhere.

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Review by brownie710 on May. 06, 2008
We have half dozen of these things and I don't even remeber buying more than 2.
It does have a watertight lid
Apparently it''s going to slowly leach deadly chemicals into my body. To bad I have been using them daily for 8 years!!!!! this loses stars when my gear is killing me

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Review by Troy on Nov. 06, 2007
Insulates surprisingly well, hard to break (not impossible).
If you just so happen to accidentally drop it 1200 feet (while full) into the deepest free fall cave in North America... they break. The strap holding the cap to the bottle is entirely too weak (which is what caused said drop). Everyone has like 50 and now its trendy.

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Review by MissEnota on Sep. 04, 2008
The ultimate unbreakable water bottle. Wide mouth is easy to clean, measurements are on the side. Color combinations between bottles, lids and stickers are endless. An enduring classic! Doesn't retain taste or color.
Sometimes you will spill some water on your front. It happens.

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Review by Bassnick on Sep. 01, 2011
Awesome bottle. Virtually unbreakable and it holds a ton of liquid. Never leave home without my nalgene.
The cap is a little sketchy and when you clip a carabiner through the strap holding on the cap, it wears quickly.

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Review by fb_164100984 on Jan. 24, 2008
Holds quite a bit of water, durable, good sticker surface
mouth too wide for clumsy drinker, hard to drink in car

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Review by fb_501180107 on May. 11, 2008
Great, strong, and lasts. Fits right onto the MSR miniworks filter
lose them easily, but thats just me

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Review by washy81 on Sep. 27, 2011
Very very durable! I have placed everything in this bottle, from boiling water to soup to live bait for fishing! Great great addition to any gear closet.
There is not a viable replacement for this product that I have found

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Review by thexexe on Aug. 21, 2012
I have at least a dozen of these around the house, the yard, in gear closet, in the truck, etc. I use them all the time.

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Review by dave fluke on Nov. 04, 2007
cant break it,wont hold taste or smell of what you had in it last,treads right to msr water filter,life time investment

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Review by ospray on Feb. 04, 2008
Can hold hot or cold water. Doesn't brake easily. Helpful around camp kitchen as a measuring cup or you can shake your pancake batter in it.

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Review by gearjunkie4017 on Mar. 15, 2011
These are the best bottles ever created. I have several covered with decals and one with an awesome camo paint job

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Review by KayakSam on Sep. 25, 2011
Great, indestructible water bottle. plenty of surface for stickers, easy to clean, great for both hot and cold beverages.
Hard to drink from while walking or driving without spilling. Not a big deal.

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Review by alphatype on Oct. 17, 2011
Indestructable so far, after dropping it down a really rocky cliffside. Easy to drink from with the mouthpiece, but you can also pour from it. i like it.
wish the lid connector was a little sturdier

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Review by GetOutside on May. 21, 2008
Awesome and unbreakable
apparently can give you cancer or something like that... you know the whole BPA thing...
The new "tritan" plastic bottles

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Review by fly.priddy on Feb. 04, 2010
put boiled water in this baby, slide it in a wool sock, climb in yer sleeping bag and place between legs....ahhhhhh
nada, maybe siggs...only maybe

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Review by J Fox on Nov. 06, 2007
Hard to break and doesn't hold smell or impart plastic-y taste to water.
I find the wide mouth on these pretty annoying to drink out of.
I'd recommend the smaller-mouthed version of the same tried and tested nalgene.

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Review by Leatherman on Jun. 14, 2008
Has BPA toxin which might leak into my bloodstream and give me cancer in about 80 + years....Seriously?

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Review by ekoostiktree on Sep. 06, 2011
good Nalgene product,
fell from 15 ft. height, broke into pieces...not sure if weaker than original

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Review by jgsqueak on Jan. 22, 2008
It's Nalgene. Who doesn't own like 10 of these!?

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Review by fb_17114825 on May. 21, 2008
unbreakable, large mouth
connector from cap to bottle is really weak

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Review by MikePB on Jul. 13, 2011
Lasts a lifetime.
Had to get rid of some of mine because of BPA.
Camelback as some.

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Review by ndonaldj on Mar. 28, 2012
I think Nalgene's reputation stands for itself. These are incredible.
Not a thing.
Nothing compares

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Review by ndonaldj on Mar. 28, 2012
I think Nalgene's reputation stands for its self. These things are incredible.
Not a thing.

Cred: 5
Review by paull on Mar. 15, 2011
bpa free, easy to pour into and out of, cool colors, rock solid
hard to drink from while walking or running
Nalgene Lexan small mouth

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Review by fb_14818194 on Jan. 16, 2008
"the water bottle"

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Review by fb_829070088 on Feb. 06, 2008
I have about 30 and I cant stop!

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Review by coach cal on Mar. 03, 2008
basic and durable.

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Review by rmcgibbo on Aug. 04, 2008
Nothing beats a nalgene. Thats that.
A bladder?

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Review by zackwear on Mar. 15, 2011
easy to pour into and out of
hard to drink while walking or running
Nalgene Lexan Smallmouth

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Review by fb_21416701 on Feb. 13, 2008
great for carrying water, using to cook with.

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Review by thissilentdream on Apr. 24, 2008
Got a hole in it when I shot it.

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Review by Sidekick on Jul. 07, 2008
holds the water in

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Review by Spurvs on Aug. 03, 2008
Difficult to wash

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Review by akbj61 on Aug. 28, 2008
Unbreakable, lasts forever, this is a great sale price!
Little hard to wash, but no biggie.

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Review by fb_670099023 on Jan. 21, 2008
havent broken it yet

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Review by Delta V on Sep. 25, 2008
Freezes well, good for hot coffee

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Review by Brian Smith on Oct. 07, 2008
Pretty tough, great capacity

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Review by fb_1183590185 on Feb. 07, 2008
always the best

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Review by shoesbasecamp on Feb. 14, 2008

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Review by hoddinott on Apr. 05, 2008

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Review by Chalk Bag on Aug. 24, 2008

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Review by fb_43203134 on Feb. 20, 2008

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Review by clockwork on Oct. 15, 2008
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