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CamelBak Podium Ice Water Bottle - 21oz

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Podium Ice Water Bottle

Keep your water ice cold during long rides and hikes with the Camelbak Podium Ice Water Bottle. Aerogel insulation keeps your water cool and refreshing throughout the day, and the self-sealing Jet valve means you don't have to fiddle with a pesky cap or worry about spills when you're on your bike.

  • Keep your water cold four times longer with this water bottle
  • Aerogel insulation ensures your water stays cold all day
  • Easy-squeeze bottle makes for consistent water flow
  • TruTaste materials gives you the taste of water, not plastic
  • Insulation also keeps beverages warm for cold rides
  • Item #CAM009X

Material
TruTaste (polypropylene)
Volume
21oz
Valve
Jet Valve
Dimensions
3 x 3 x 10.5 in
Claimed Weight
5.7oz
Recommended Use
commuting, cross-country, cyclocross, enduro, road cycling, road running, trail running
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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>Rating: 1

Do not buy! Bad design!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

These new Podium Ice bottles are too stiff and difficult to squeeze, unlike the previous versions. Usually, when my bottles get this stiff, I recycle them. Right off the bat, this was too stiff. Find the previous year's design and buy that one. We have been using those Podium Ice bottles for a couple years and they are still flexible.

>Rating: 3

CAMELBAK Podium Ice Water Bottle–Meh

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Referred by an equally (to me) enthusiastic Camelbak Podium Big Chill user, he recommended his Podium Ice bottles which he claimed kept cooler-longer and had a better valve solution (Big Chill's tough to keep clean design). Here's my take; the valves is better design but is a tough flow–a lot of pressure required to achieve the same volume of flow as BC's. The outer "shell" is slipperier than an already slippery BC. The insulating comparison yields the EXACT same performance. Therefore, save your $25 and buy the BC for $7.50

>Rating:

Does anyone know if this is BPA-free? Thank you