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  • CamelBak - Podium Chill Insulated Water Bottle - 21oz - Race Edition
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CamelBak Podium Chill Insulated Water Bottle - 21oz


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    Because nobody wants to drink warm water during a hot summer run or ride.

    Like most water bottles, the Camelbak 21oz Podium Chill Insulated Water Bottle keeps you hydrated on runs or bike rides. Unlike most bottles, this one keeps your water cold from the first hour to the last. Its BPA-free TruTaste polypropylene material is safer to drink out of than polycarbonate plastics and it won't distort your water's taste, and HydroGuard insulation keeps your beverage chilled twice as long as regular sports bottles. The Jet Valve cap is spill-proof and self-sealing so you can squeeze some deliciousness down your gullet quickly and get back to what you were doing.

    • BPA-free TruTaste polypropylene bottle
    • Jet Valve cap
    • HydroGuard insulation
    • Item #CAM001C

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    BPA-free TruTaste polypropylene
    21 oz
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    Awesome water bottle

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This water bottle fits my son great for school and sports. Love the nozzle where you can turn and it comes out, and seals great. This is our second one and the other has been through it all and still works great.

    The Best Insulated Bottle For Your Bike

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I love my hydroflask, but it is really heavy and cannot fit in my water bottle cage. I needed a lightweight alternative bottle and this bottle really does the trick! Keeps my ice whole on a multi hour ride and fits in my cage perfectly. 10/1o would recommend!

    Ur. Love this bottle.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Not sure that it keeps things quite as cool and quite as insulated as I might like, but it has very quickly replaced ALL my other water bottles as my go to for everyday -- because it fits my cup holder in the center console in my car (all important) AND it is kinda the perfect volume -- not so big that it weighs you down, but big enough to get a decent quantity of liquid into you.

    I use it for pre & post workout hydration, road riding, mountain biking, surf trips, and just getting around town.

    Best Bottle Ever!!!

      This bottle is convenient for work it keeps me hydrated with ice cold water or anything else all day. Also because of the bright color it keeps my drink from being thrown out. Plus it holds a good amount of water.

      Best Bottle Ever!!!

      Great nozzle!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I'm a huge fan of the camelback bottle's nozzle. The insulation is nice too, but the nozzle is the key for me.

      It is easy to drink from, but then actually seals off when locked. Like 100% sealed. As in, I can put it in my backpack with a computer and not worry about it. It's great.

      One thing to note is that I've found it's much easier to "unlock" the cap while it's still in the cage, then pull it out and drink, rather than with traditional bottles where I "unlock" them with my teeth.

      Great Bottle

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      One of my favorite bottles. The squeeze cap on the top is the best I've ever used. I've since switched to Specialize Purist simply b/c they're more affordable and fit better in my cages, but I still find these to be the best I've had.

      good bottle, but colors not accurate.

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I've used a couple insulated bottles and to tell the truth I can't tell the difference between them. My only complaints are
      1) what I ordered didn't match what is in the picture. I ordered the "Slate" which I expected to be a nice red color, and instead what I received has a faded pinkish hue, along with a pattern on the bottle that isn't what is pictured (I will upload a community picture so you see what I mean).
      2) the bottle diameter is slightly larger than my other camelback bottle. Not a big deal, but it is just large enough to make getting it in and out of my cage cumbersome.

      Keeps it cooler.

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I ride in southern California with frequent summertime rides through the desert at temperatures reaching 100 degrees. Nothing worse than reaching down and taking a drink of hot water. In a standard bottle the cold water will get pretty hot in less than an hour, but with the insulated bottle the water stays cooler much longer. Quality construction and leak proof spout are great as well. One of these lasts me a long time, as long as I don't lose it ;)

      Due to the insulation they do hold a bit less water than a standard bottle, so keep that in mind on potentially longer rides.

      Good Commuter Bottle

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Great commuter water bottle. The valve mechanism allows for a secure leak proof full closure if you are just transporting the bottle with liquid in it. No plastic taste. Doesn't keep water cold for too long but better than the average water bottle.

      Best bottles on the market

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      These are just fantastic bottle for what really only cost a few bucks over a cheap "standard" bottle. You get a much better nozzle and also insulation. Now the insulation doesn't work wonders, so don't expect a cold drink after 4 hours, BUT, what it does do is keep cold liquid inside your bottle from making it sweat like crazy as soon as you go outside if you live in a humid place. My old bottles would get covered in sweat and then my hands/gloves would get wet when I'd take a drink. These stay nice and dry, and they do stay a little colder longer, which doesn't hurt either.

      how do you keep these bottles clean you know after a while plastic starts to smell

      There's really only one answer to that question: WATER ONLY in the bottle. That should prevent any odor.

      If they do start to smell, here are three strategies:

      1_) Let the bottle sit overnight with baking soda mixture in it. Helps quite a bit.

      2) Leave the bottles, open, in strong sunlight. The UV radiation helps kill the bacteria.

      3) Fill the bottles with unsweetened fruit tea for a while. This will make them smell like fruit tea, which is a far fresher smell.

      How do you GET INTO IT? Twist the top? Pull on it? No instructions, and I don't want to break my brand new bottle.