Use the CamelBak Eddy Water Bottle's integrated handle to attach it to a pack with a carabiner, or just enjoy how easy it is to carry. A flip-down valve not only makes drinking a breeze, but it lies flush with the lid to help prevent this BPA-free bottle from spilling.

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2 5

Loved it for awhile, now, not so much.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I'm torn because for awhile, the Eddy was my go-to, everyday water bottle. I packed it to work for a year and a half. I liked it so much that I bought a smaller size and the stainless steel version.
The Good: I like straw designs, I drink more when I don't have to unscrew a cap which sounds terribly lazy but is also very true. I can drop it, fumble it, and be generally clumsy without spilling. I appreciate that the mouth is wide enough to use with the ice maker.
The Bad: Take note of what everyone says about the bite valve and lid getting cruddy. I'm loathe to admit how gross one of mine was even after putting it through the dishwasher (disassembled, top rack) - it makes me shudder to think of it. The Eddy MUST be disassembled and thoroughly cleaned, I recommend bleach & toothbrush followed by a lot of rinsing. I was always concerned that the area between where the straw attaches to the lid and the bite valve might be dirty - I can't see in there and after finding black gunk on my drinking vessel, I became more paranoid.
The Eddy is spill-proof but not leak-proof. The .75L size doesn't fit well in many drink holders and a couple of times I made the mistake of laying the bottle in my passenger seat, the bite valve leaked. Even folded up, the bite valve will leak unless the Eddy is stored upright.
Conclusion: I loved these bottles at first but I hate that they won't come completely clean in the dishwasher. They live in my closet now.

5 5

All Day, Every Day.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I use my eddy as an all purpose water bottle just about every day. It goes with me wherever I go- to work, on hikes, driving in my car. I love the accessibility of the bite valve for times when it would be impractical to unscrew the top of a Nalgene bottle. This is a bottle that will last for years, built with durable plastic, and with a replaceable bite valve and straw. Not to mention, the replacement bite valves come in fun colors! You can see from the photo that I've put a neon green bite valve on my pink Eddy for a fun twist!

All Day, Every Day.
4 5

Good bottle

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I wish they offered a non-bite valve version for less money. I had to by a screw on top separately to go with this one. Otherwise, it's a good bottle. I just don't care for the bite vales that much unless it's on a backpack.

5 5

Camelbak Eddy with your Logo

I have had the same bottle on my desk for years. Love it.
We can also have your companies Logo printed on them. (72 minimum). Great inexpensive gift.

Camelbak Eddy  with your Logo

what materials is it made out of?

what materials is it made out of?

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The bottle is made from Eastman Tritan, and the cap is BPA-free Polypropylene.

More about Tritan: http://www.eastman.com/Markets/Tritan_Safe/Pages/FAQs.aspx

5 5

Great for around town

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I keep one in my backpack for school at all times. it is great for drinking in class and on the go around campus. When ever I am going else where I toss it in my bag and off I go. These are really well built I have some that I have had when these first came out and they are still going strong. I don't use these when I go backpacking just because I take a Nalgene since it has volume markings making it easier to use for cooking.

5 5

Travels with me everywhere

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Whether it's class, work, the night stand, the mountain, on the lake, or the back country, this little guy follows me everywhere. Dropped it countless times and have probably left it outside in the rain/snow once or thrice but it still works perfectly. Only issue is the flip up bite valve doesn't stay in the locked down position anymore but I'm betting that's a user related problem at the moment. If you like drinking water and hate using a ton of plastic bottles, go buy this right meow.

5 5

Camelbak Eddy bottle w/ Nalgene OTF Cap

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Soon after I got the Camelbak Eddy bottle I broke the lid and could not use for a while as in my local store I could not find a replacement. A few days ago, I decided to buy the only kind of cap replacement they had in the store which was the Nalgene OTF Cap. It fits perfectly! doesn't leak, and I feel I got a new bottle!.

Camelbak Eddy bottle w/ Nalgene OTF Cap
4 5

Great bottle, better lid than past

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

The new lid is nicer and a bit better for leak resistance than the old straw lid. But cleaning is still hard (a small wire brush or a lot of soap and some bleach) and the valve is easy to chew up, especially while running or cycling. But the bottle is the same old nice design, not so perfectly straight as the Nalgene but still an efficient shape.

Second Choice also for River Float

Second Choice also for River Float

I took the Eddy as my back up for my Buffalo River Float this past week! Loved it and ended needing it!

4 5

Like it, But dont Love it

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I am a Nalgene fan and have used the eddy whenever I need a straw. It is a handy water bottle for school and around the town! My only complaint would be that the bite valve wears after time, but bonus: you can get a replacement valve I believe!

4 5

You can suck on it in public...the straw

Nice little bottle, I've got a couple of these and the straw is a nice change from regular bottles. It durable, i've never had the straw break or mess up. great for stickers! who doesn't love STICKERS!

5 5

Quite possibly the best

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The bite down straw design makes this bottle ingenious. I drink far more water each day with the Eddy. It's always by my side, it's super quick to take a sip whenever you want without the hassling of unscrewing a top and it never spills. I believe there have even been studies saying how much more water people drink with this design of bottle over a traditional screw top. Best water bottle around.

5 5

Great bottle

This water bottle is great. It is easy to use when you are on the move and the days of spilling all over you when you try to drink out of your water bottle are over. It is light weight and seems to be very durable.

4 5

Remember to clean out the bite valve...

I really love this water bottle. I'm a little on the clumsy side of things and so the fact that this water bottle never spills is a great thing. I also really love it when I'm in a car. When I use a Nalgene water bottle I spill water all over myself when I try to drink in the car, but with the camelbak its no problem.

Do be aware of the cleanliness of this water bottle though. The bite valve comes off, so its easy to clean, but don't think putting it in the dishwasher will be enough. It isn't necessary to buy the whole camelbak cleaning kit, but just make sure you take the bite valve off and clean it with a q-tip every once in a while. It grows mold pretty easily and its hard to notice until it gets bad.

Overall its great. I'd buy it again.

5 5

Solid - Durable

I've had a bunch of these for years. Good solid bottles and super durable. Stickers make em look fancy and make me look hardcore. Top seals well and the mouthpiece is easy enough. I prefer it with the straw out so you have to tilt it up, but that's just a preference - nice that you can have it either way!
Buy a few, sticker them up, fill them with tasty drinks!

5 5

One of the best!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I use mine so much, its the best bottle I have ever owned. It is made very durable and you can clip it to anything.

One of the best!
4 5

I Own 5

Love it death but recently discovered that when you remove the rubber mouthpiece you might discover some built up crud...make sure you wash there. My water filter attachment fits perfectly when backpacking. I always carry one with me everywhere and they are extremely durable. The only other drawback is I can never get that last bit of water out without taking off the lid...the straw doesn't reach the bottom.

5 5

Nice redesign

I loved the Camelbak Better Bottle when it came out. A water bottle with a straw was great. I could use it for just about anything. I did, howeve, have some durability issues with the bite valve assembly on the Better Bottle. Not a huge deal, just had to be careful not to break it off. With the Eddy water bottle, Camelbak appears to have solved that issue. Hats off to Camelbak!

5 5

Great Bottle

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Camelbak made one great bottle here. I use it every day, whether I'm in class or hiking up a mountain it keeps going. I hand wash the lid and so far after about 6 months the two bottles I have are still in great shape and they've seen some abuse.

Great Bottle