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Camelbak® Eddy® Water Bottles
4.50 / 5 based on 2,333 Reviews
Enjoy spill-proof sipping at work or on the trail with the 0.6 CamelBak Eddy™ water bottle. Handy portable size for on-the-go hydration that fits conveniently in most cup holders. The CamelBak Eddy 0.6 Liter Kids Water Bottle - Hipster Skulls Features: Redesigned cap and Big Bite valve provide faster flow than previous versions; just bite and sip, and your beverage flows through the valve. Dishwasher-safe, durable, BPA-free and BPS-free. Flip, bite and sip. No tipping required (though possible: just remove the straw). Carry the integrated handle in the crook of a finger, or connect it to a pack or waist belt with a small carabiner (not included). Simply unscrew the cap to uncover bottle's wide-mouth opening for easy filling and cleaning; sleek shape fits easily in your hand is compatible with most car cup holders. Michael Eidson, a bicycle enthusiast, came up with the idea for the CamelBak in 1988 when competing in a 100-mile road race during the summer in Texas, where he created a system for easy hands-free hydration. Jeff Wemmer, a competitive cyclist, was such an instant fan of the product that he started bringing CamelBaks to races to sell them. He was eventually hired by the company, and went on a road trip, pitching and selling CamelBaks out of the back of his motorcycle. Since then, CamelBak has evolved into becoming the world's leading producer of hydration solutions with their product line of hands-free hydration packs, water bottles, purification systems, and hydration supplements. see more...
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Camelbak® Eddy® Water Bottles
- "They are great quality, and also the perfect size to put into my side pocket on my backpack :) when I first purchased it, the bite valve was sealed, but I got it open fairly easily." in 90 reviews
- "There are some problems that I noticed after awhile--such as some mold growing in the mouthpiece (gross, but I heard that if you keep the mouth piece stuff in the freezer that it will not happen & you should clean it after every use)." in 80 reviews
- "My favorite thing about this water bottle is that it is spill proof, as I always find myself flipping the bottle upside down and it not going anywhere, so thats nice, but mold can grow in the mouthpiece if you don't clean it well, so thats kinda gross." in 36 reviews
- "Easy to drink out of and carry around with me every day, and the screw-off top makes it easy to fill no matter what water source I'm using." in 26 reviews
- "I love camelbak but you need to be sure to clean the mouth piece- it is very prone to molding.It is a very durable bottle however. " in 24 reviews
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I"m HUGE on staying hydrated throughout the day so I almost always have a water bottle handy...unfortunately it's not ever one of these. While it isn't expensive per se, it is for the quality you get. I literally have to hold it or put it on a flat surface when I take it places with me because if I put it in any of my bags, it leaks everywhere. I've even ordered new caps for this bottle, and while Camelbak has been super quick with its customer service, the new caps are not any better quality and still leak, either through the straw or on the lid itself near the logo. I definitely wouldn't buy another one.
I am not a fan of this design at all. While many may rave and love this water bottle, I just think the straw design has so much room for improvement. Many times, I want to be able to quickly drink some water out of my water bottle without a lot of effort to open the bottle. I prefer Tervis water bottles since you can press and open the bottle top with one hand and then drink out of the moderately sized opening. I don't like this straw design since you have to wash the straw, which can get lost or dirty, and then also the effort it takes to open the water bottle each time you simply want to sip some water.
Review for: Rain more...
First off, I bought this Eddy around 5 years ago for travelling at Target on sale and it was the best decision... EVER! This water bottle is easy to travel with and clean. The only annoying thing about this water bottle is the bite valve getting moldy. Sometimes it can leak, but it holds water well! Its great to keep in my bag or on my desk when I need to use it. It does deteriorate quickly, so it is great if you DON'T use it frequently (i.e. every single day in a year).
I used to LOVE mine, it was thing thing to have in my high school. When i got it i loved it till i broke it dropping it three feet from the ground. I was a little annoyed but got a new one. Do not put anything but water in here. I was putting lemon water in here and the nipple ended up collecting mold in it and it was impossible to get out i had to throw away the entire bottle. No matter how much you wash them, their spout has a lot of tiny spaces for mold to grow be aware.
Review for: African Violet more...
I love water bottles - I've tried them all. When I realized that I had never purchased/used a Camelbak Eddy, I thought I was missing out. I was wrong. Call me an idiot if you want, but I had problems with the bite valve. It was impossible to drink out of and something as simple as drinking should never be this complicated. Then, trying to clean it was worse... the straw was difficult and again, it shouldn't be this complicated. I would not recommend at all.
Review for: Cardinal more...
When I first got this style of water bottles I loved it. It rarely spills and all you have to do is bit the nob. But after many uses the nob starts to rip which causes it to leak. Th knob also gets very dirty and it is very hard to clean. There are many times where mold gets in my nob because it is so hard to clean. I would for sure pick a different nob where I do not have to worry about it always being dirty.
Review for: Charcoal more...
When I got my first Camelbak I was in love. Then slowly after more and more use I realized the "nub" (not sure the technical term) wouldn't stay down which led to a lot of leakage. I purchased a new one and the same thing happened. I can't trust it in my bag at all. I've had it leak all of the place and that's no fun to clean up. I hope they improve the water bottle because I really do like the design.
Review for: Cardinal more...
I HATE camelback water bottles. Don’t get me wrong, SO well made. But the straws. You bite them in order to open the hole to drink - honestly it gives me a headache and makes my jaw hurt. And they get really dirty really fast and aren’t easy to clean. They would be better if I could buy a replacement bottle top I didn’t have to squeeze with my mouth, but you can’t. Drinking water shouldn’t injure me.
Review for: Iris more...
I have two of these water bottles in two different sizes, and I've had them for a few years. I like how easy they are to clean because they are machine washable. Right now these bottles sit in a cupboard because I've started using stainless steel bottles that I've been gifted. The Camelbaks worked well for me and held up to numerous falls at the barn until the straw cap and mouthpiece started to leak. Just sitting in my car would cause water to leak from the mouthpiece, which is where most of the issues stem from. The mouthpiece just deteriorates over time. If you get a Camelbak for convenience, get one with the twist caps and not the pliable mouthpiece and straw. Or, better yet, find a stainless steel bottle.
Review for: Rain more...
I am so sad, I absolutely love these water bottles and I have bought them multiple times. They are a decent price. I am really upset because every time I have purchased one of these they end up getting mold in the straw and I have to throw them out. I hate that that happens though because the straw helps me to drink more water throughout the day.
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