24 oz. Insulated Polar Bottleâ¿¢
Don't waste your money
I liked elements of the description online, like the double layer insulation, but in hand, I hate this water bottle. The sipping lid is outdated, with the little plug that goes up and down. It's hard to get a good drink. Despite numerous washings, I cannot remove the plastic smell, and water left in the bottle overnight picks up a nasty taste. One thing going for it is the ergonomically designed hand grip. Overall, I cannot recommend it.
August 2, 2013
Best Water Bottles
These are the best water bottles I've ever used! I've been using them for 4 years and I've never had one crack or get water in the insulation like most insulated bottles/cups do. I love the wide mouth that makes it easy to add ice cubes straight from the icemaker, and the removable valve for thorough cleaning. I like that these insulated bottles are much less likely to "sweat" than non-insulated bottles, making them a good choice for my daughter to take to school in her backpack without messing up her schoolwork. The cap can eventually crack after long use, but will be replaced for free by contacting the company through their website.
June 7, 2013
My boyfriend and I go on a lot of bike rides during the summer and these are our favorite bottles to use. The insulated linings keep our drinks colder than any water bottles we've used prior. They're BPA free (a must for anything plastic) and come in a variety of colors (so we know whose is whose).
You can buy a water bottle for less money, but you really get a lot out of these bottles. We've even repurchased them when our previous bottles have mysteriously disappeared.
December 10, 2013