Purist Collective Mover 18oz with Scope Top
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Why We Like The Mover 18oz with Scope Top
Given the fact that proper hydration is vital to health and general well-being, you’d think more people would invest in a high quality vessel to ensure desired beverage temperature is achieved. Whether you like your fluids room temp, hot, or ice cold the Mover 18oz Bottle is sure to keep it the same temperature all day long. We really appreciate the convenience of the Scope top because it allows you to sip from any angle, and prevents you from getting distracted behind the wheel while searching for a tiny spout.
- High quality bottle keeps your beverages temperate and pure-tasting
- Stainless steel construction maintains your beverage temp, hot or cold
- Unbreakable glass interior finish ensures a pure, unchanged taste
- Scope top allows for 360-degree sipping for general convenience
- Fully-leak proof design prevents spillage when the lid is closed
- Item #PRR0005
- [outer wall] 304 stainless steel, [inner wall] 316 stainless steel, [interior finish] glass, [lid] BPA-free plastic
- double-wall vacuum
- Scope top
- 8.6 x 2.9in
- Claimed Weight
- Recommended Use
- casual, weekend camping
What do you think about this product?
April 4, 2021
There is no glass coating
- I've used it several times
I purchased the Purist Mover water bottle directly from the purist collective website (since they offered free shipping but Backcountry did not). Purist claims (as does the Backcountry description of the product) that there is a thin glass coating on the inner surface of this water bottle. However, a simple test of the resistivity of the inner surface using a multimeter shows that the inner surface is highly conductive and therefore metallic. If the inner surface in fact had a glass coating, it would be non-conductive. I contacted Purist on their website several weeks ago as well as their Facebook and Instagram describing the problem with their product, but have not received a response. This is a case of false advertising and I would recommend that Backcountry test the conductivity of the surface and remove this claim from the description of the item.