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Klean Kanteen Wide Mouth Water Bottle

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    • Brushed Stainless, 64oz.
        $35.00
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        $28.95
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        $20.95
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    We defy you to find a more eco-friendly, health-conscious, and versatile hydration solution than the Klean Kanteen Wide Mouth Water Bottle. Made from odorless, tasteless, and durable stainless steel, this sleek bottle comes in a variety of sizes to carry essential liquids (however you define that) to work or school,  or on backpacking, boating, or camping trips. Did we say, 'versatile?'

    • Food-grade 18/8 stainless steel is highly durable and dishwasher safe
    • Uncoated interior and threads won't peel, leach chemicals, or impart/retain odors and tastes
    • 2.125-inch mouth opening makes filling and emptying easy, and works with most backcountry water filters
    • Loop Cap is leakproof and features all-stainless interior, so the contents never touch plastic
    • Rounded corners are easy to clean with no hard angles where dirt, germs or bacteria can take hold
    • Multitudes of uses for everyday use and backcountry recreation; 64oz size also popular among home beer brewers
    • Item #KLN0015

    Tech Specs

    Material
    stainless steel (18/8 food-grade)
    Volume
    18 oz 27 oz, 40 oz 64 oz
    Claimed Weight
    (without cap) [18oz] 4.6 oz, [27oz] 6.25 oz, [40oz] 7.4 oz, [64oz] 9.1 oz
    Recommended Use
    work, school, sports, hiking, backpacking, boating
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    basic

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    This is a basic, non insulated water bottle. Great for just room temp storage. The cap is a bit difficult to get it to seal all the time without leaking. I have had the insulated ones from Kleen Kanteen and much prefer them.

    No problems

      I've had the 64 oz bottle for over 5 years of hard use. I take it climbing, hiking, camping and it sure takes a beating. I have never had an issue with it leaking. In fact, my buddy had an issue with leaking and Klean kanteen sent him a new lid. Can't speak more highly of how durable and awesome this bottle is.

      Strong chemical ordor.

      • Familiarity:I've used it several times

      I looked everywhere for stainless bottles that met my criteria, and finally decided to order these and spend the money.
      They have a strong unpleasant chemical smell, and it you smell it every time you take a drink. Really disappointed.

      If anyone knows how to get rid of this, please share.

      27 oz wide mouth

      • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

      This is a great concept, I have a fairly extensive collection of Klean Kanteens. It's stylish enough for people worried about their beverages aesthetic but more importantly it prevents the waste of countless plastic water bottles. BPA free if thats a deal breaker for you. The food grade stainless keeps beverages at a nice drinkable temp. May be considered a little heavy for some backpacking ideologies. I myself keep an empty klean kanteen in the bottom of my pack with some extra cordage, a bandanna, a little Rx bottle full of petroleum jelly infused cotton balls, and a "Baker Spreader". The wide mouth makes it easy to remove contents. The fuller you pack it the less space its truly occupying in your pack. The Baker Spreader makes for great impromptu bail and can be used with the klean kanteen to boil water in an emergency situation.

      Great Bottle!

      • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

      I ended up getting the 40oz size so I could have a portable water bottle with me all the time, and still be able to use it on long day hikes. It hasn't disappointed me yet!!

      My Constant Companion

      • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

      My 27 oz is everything I want in a water bottle. Large enough to keep me hydrated, small enough to not weigh me down, and the perfect size for all bottle pockets and cup holders. The curved edges keep it clean and easy to hold. I've dropped it, thrown it, ran over it in my car, and it is totally unharmed except for a worn part on the cap. I keep a strip of gorilla tape wrapped around mine for grip, and to tell it apart from everyone elses metal bottle. I'd highly recommend the wide mouth, as it is easy to fill with both water and ice. Does a decent job of staying cold, too.

      Klean Kanteen Wide Mouth Bottle...Solid!

      • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

      I got the 27 oz and it's a little shorter than the height of a traditional milk container (gallon jugs) and about as wide as a can of soup.

      I also bought the cafe cap (http://www.backcountry.com/klean-kanteen-caf-cap) for the ease of grab and go drinks on my commute and at work. Nice to have both that and the loop cap that this one comes with.

      One thing that matters most to me in a water bottle is the ability to throw it in the dishwasher and not have the chemicals comprise the integrity of the look, the lining or the seal. This lives up to what it claims and I've put my Klean Kanteen Wide Mouth Water Bottle through daily use for over 6 months now. I totally recommend this and for those who don't like screw on lids - I also recommend the cafe cap linked above.

      Klean Kanteen Greatness

      • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

      I have had this bottle for almost 3 months now and really hard used it at a 3rd world simulation camp where we were given the bare minimum gear and taught to survive. We were allowed a water bottle and this is what I brought! It keeps water nice and cool for hours at a time or hot depending on what you put in. My group used this 40 oz.er to boil water (not recommended due to the vacuum lining) but it worked great and pasturized and purified nearly 2 gallons for my team and myself! Overall extremely impressed with the quality of this product and would definitely buy again. Worth the money!

      Klean Kanteen Greatness

      Super Solid

      • Familiarity:I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

      I picked one of these up for my Mom, and it's perfect! I settled on the wide mouth so she could put ice in it on the hot days, and that seemed to be the right decision. It can be tricky if full and moving, but can be managed. The lid is solid and can be clipped on to other gear. Plus it's metal, so you have nice clean water! Hands down would recommend, everyone needs a good steel bottle

      I like it but...

      • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

      I should have gotten the Classic instead. The wide mouth is good, yes its easy to fill up no matter what the water source is, but it sucks to drink from if you are on the move. You have to be completely motionless to drink from it. Otherwise you will suffer the consequences of everything ending up on the front of your shirt/jacket. The cap doesn't leak too. Really is bullet proof.

      Great for bushcraft and the wilderness!

      I use Klean Kanteen Stainless Steel Water Bottles (40oz, 27oz) for my wilderness/bushcraft packs. The Klean Kanteen Stainless Steel Water Bottles (40oz, 27oz) have 18/8 stainless, wide mouth tops and great caps. In my testing the Klean Kanteen Stainless Steel Water Bottles (40oz, 27oz) have been great, caps have no problems in hot and cold conditions and are really bomb proof. With the Klean Kanteen Stainless Steel Water Bottles (40oz, 27oz) being single walled stainless boiling water for disinfecting purposes is easy and leaves you with not question of it's capability. I want to see a USA made line, as it would employ Americans and be great for our country. Berz Rating: 90/100



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      Dinged up... Still love it

      Here's the deal: I've had this water bottle longer than any other water bottle ever. It has been PUT THROUGH THE RINGER... I still love the flavor of the water (doesn't taste like the other liquids that have been in the water bottle other than water) ... It cleans very easily and I'm never concerned about it breaking. I don't ever travel without it and I definitely don't go skiing without it in my backpack. (again... inside a ski pack with crampons, shovel, other hard goods- not worried about it busting... and I fall a lot ;) ) If you don't screw it on right- it will leak however you kind of get the hang of it and can tell if it's screwed on right or wrong.

      Dinged up...  Still love it

      It holds water.

        This is my kind of bottle: stainless steel, no frills, wide mouth. I hate the chipping paint of other water bottles. I have dropped this out of my bike cage on several occasions. As you can see in the picture a few of those times I ran it over. Even after all of that it still holds water with no leaking or weeping due to its new odd shape.



        If I ever lose it I will definitely buy another.

        It holds water.

        Best water bottle out there

        • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

        First product review ever, I had to balance out the silly other one here. The gasket on mine did pop out once, but the company sent me a replacement and it hasn't happened since. I have the 18 and 40 oz versions and have been using them every day for a two or three years. This is the best quality water bottle I've come across. No liners, chipping paint, or supposedly safe plastics, with this model the water only touches food grade stainless steel and a little bit of silicone with the gasket.

        Lids Leak

          Beware that the lids to these bottles have gaskets prone to falling out. The lid without the gasket is as good as not having a lid, even if it screwed on tightly. So, not only will you be left with a problem of getting a new gasket or lid, which I am sure won't be free, but an expensive water bottle that leaks like a sieve.

          The gasket on one of my bottles popped out and disappeared, so I wrote an email to the company about it. They overnighted two new gaskets for no charge. If this happens just make sure you put them back correctly, I haven't had any further problems with this, and actually came back to buy more of these.