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  • MIZU - V5 17oz Water Bottle - Copper Steel
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  • MIZU - V5 17oz Water Bottle - Glossy White
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  • MIZU - V5 17oz Water Bottle - Copper Steel
  • MIZU - V5 17oz Water Bottle - Soft Touch Black
  • MIZU - V5 17oz Water Bottle - Black Hammer Paint
  • MIZU - V5 17oz Water Bottle - Glossy White
  • MIZU - V5 17oz Water Bottle - Gray Hammer Paint

MIZU V5 17oz Water Bottle

$28.95 - $33.95

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    • Copper Steel, One Size
      $33.95
    • Soft Touch Black, One Size
      $28.95
    • Black Hammer Paint, One Size
      $33.95
    • Glossy White, One Size
      $33.95
    • Gray Hammer Paint, One Size
      $33.95
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    Details

    Designed for coffee and tea, but also perfect for keeping your water icy cold, the MIZU V5 17oz Water Bottle is ready to wet your whistle every day on your drive to work. The vacuum-insulated stainless steel construction keeps your hot beverages hot for a pep in your step all day long, and cool ones cold when you need to refresh, making this a vital piece to bring along before leaving home.

    • Vacuum-insulated
    • Stainless steel construction
    • For both hot and cold drinks
    • Item #MZU000L

    Tech Specs

    Material
    stainless steel
    Volume
    17 oz
    Recommended Use
    casual
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    You Will Wear Coffee

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    There is a design flaw with this mug. The sipping spout is flat so the excess coffee doesn't drain back into the mug. Eventually, the mug will get tipped backwards and the coffee will creep up under the latch and exit on the other side...where you can't see it...and it will get on you...probably on your way to work.

    Don't get me wrong, the materials, finish, size, assembly/craftsmanship are excellent. I am now considering using a dremel to re-contour the spout to promote return draining. But, I should not have to do that with a new product, and I am concerned that even if I do it will mean I won't have a watertight seal when the latch is closed.