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The Polar Bottle Insulated bottle was originally designed for cyclists and has since become popular with many people. Using a reusable water bottle is a brilliant choice. Here’s what makes the Insulated Polar Bottle special:

Insulated Polar Bottle Features

  • Dual-wall construction: An insulating layer of air keeps heat out and cold in
  • Inner foil liner reflects solar rays for added thermal protection
  • Constructed of low density polyethylene (LDPE #4): a durable, lightweight, and FDA food-grade approved material
  • BPA- and phthalate-free
  • Removable carrying strap so you can easily carry your bottle or clip it to your gear
  • Fits standard bicycle water bottle cages
  • Wide mouth easily fits ice cubes and facilitates cleaning
  • Dishwasher- and freezer-safe
  • Removable drinking valve for thorough cleaning
  • Reusable and durable; an environmentally friendly alternative to disposable water bottles
  • Made in Boulder, Colorado
  • Available at more than 3,500 retailers and online companies worldwide

 

My Review:

I score the Polar Bottle high on design, durability, insulation, and value.

I like all three sizes of the Polar Bottle but more times than not I’ll grab the 20 oz. size. While the Polar Bottle can be used for sport drinks too, I primarily use mine for water. “Cold Tastes Better” and the Polar Bottle doesn’t disappoint by keeping my water cool for a long time. I either add ice cubes to the water or I fill it half full, freeze, and add more water before I take it. The bottle’s shape offers a comfortable grip and is squeezable. The sport cap is handy for quick drinks and I like that it has a removable valve system for cleaning. The rim is rough so it’s not suitable to drink directly from the bottle.

Polar Bears and Eco-friendly products, what’s not to love!

The bottles are offered in different Series so there are lots of ways to express your individual style. My favorite is from the Big Bear Series.

This weekend I spotted a cyclist using the Polar Bottle. He gave his bottle a good review saying that his water stays cool. Although there is only one bottle on his bike, he told me that he usually takes two Polar Bottles with him.

I received an assortment of Polar Bottles to help facilitate the writing of an honest review. A positive review is not guaranteed, and all opinions are my own. No other compensation was received.

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