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Camelbak Kid’s Bottle

September 21, 2013 - Comment

The Bottle that started it all continues its dominance of the hard sided bottle market with even more color options than ever. Product Features Redesigned cap and bite valve provide faster flow and enhanced durability Flip, Bite and Sip. No tipping required (though possible: just remove the straw Dishwasher Safe: All parts are top-rack dishwasher

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The Bottle that started it all continues its dominance of the hard sided bottle market with even more color options than ever.

Product Features

  • Redesigned cap and bite valve provide faster flow and enhanced durability
  • Flip, Bite and Sip. No tipping required (though possible: just remove the straw
  • Dishwasher Safe: All parts are top-rack dishwasher safe
  • Durable, BPA-Free, easy to carry and spill proof
  • CamelBak got your BakTM Lifetime guarantee

Comments

Happy Mom says:

Our go to sippy, bottle, water bottle from age 1-99! As a mom of two I have owned just about every variety and brand of sippy cup on the market and the one that has stuck around since my son was 15 months old is his camelbak. My daughter recently started to use sippy cups and she was obsessed with her brother’s camelbak. We remove the straw because she prefers to tip it up to drink (and I also find it leaks not at all this way!) We got the ‘Birds’ design and it’s absolutely darling. My son’s that we have now owned for 2 years has held up…

Jennifer Leonard says:

No way to clean the bite valve, moldy I bought this for my daughter when she was about 18 months old since she kept using mine rather than her own sippy cups, and I prefer not to share so many germs. It’s cute, and doesn’t leak too much (though we have some sippy cups that leak less). She had trouble with the hinge at first, it was too hard for her, but it does say that it’s for older kids, not toddlers.However, there’s no good way to clean the inside of the bite valve, and it seals on both ends so it can’t dry…

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