CamelBak Eddy Water Bottle (Discontinued Styles)
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- Enjoy spill-proof sipping at work or on the trail with the 25 fl. Oz. Camelbak eddy water bottle
- 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 & BPS-free
- 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)
- Camelbak Got your Bak guarantee: if we build it, we'll Bak it with our lifetime guarantee
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I wanted some that was :
1. Spill-Proof (mostly)
2. Able to drink from lying down
3. Made from material that did not cause me concern.
I found it in the CamelBak and it was a lifesaver for me during pregnancy and early motherhood.
I've found one drawback: The Mouthpiece is a haven for mold. Yuck!
I only use water in this bottle, but almost every third day I have to clean out mold. (see photo)
The mouthpiece holds water whenever you stop drinking and therefore the ledges within are a great place for mold to grow.
This wouldn't prevent me from buying again, but it's a concern that need to be addressed.
There's a silicone (?) flexible tube that connects the sipper-part on top to the underside of the lid; it makes the tunnel that water passes through when you drink. It looks like the silicon piece is supposed to make a water-tight seal with the plastic lid, allowing water to flow and the inside of the tube to be cleaned. The outside diameter of the tube should stay 100% dry (and so woudn't need cleaning). In ours, mildew formed outside of the tube. A skinny bottle-brush cleans inside the tube, but the lid has to be disassembled (in a way that customers clearly aren't supposed to have to do) to clean outside of the tube. I got it out with a needle-nose pliers and some pulling and tugging and it cleaned right up, but getting it back in is nearly impossible and not something I've got time to do regularly.