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CamelBak Chute Mag Water Bottle, Dragon Fruit, 750 ml Capacity
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- BPA, BPS & BPF Free: Taste your beverage, not the bottle
- Magnetic Handle: Keeps the cap stowed while drinking
- Internal Cap Threads: No more drinking off those uncomfortable bottle threads
- Wide-Mouth Opening: Easy to fill with ice and water and a breeze to clean
- Dishwasher Safe: All parts are top-rack dishwasher safe
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Chute Mag 25 OZ (.75L)
The versatile and well-loved Chute bottle has been improved to feature a new magnetic top that easily stows the cap. Drink freely from the Chute Mag thanks to an angled spout that provides a high flow of water without sloshing or spilling. The durable and leak-proof 25 oz size is great for sipping during a workout or at work. And it's still 100% free of BPA, BPS and BPF and now even better at keeping the cap out of the way for easy, one-handed drinking or pouring.
New Magnetic Top
The Chute Mag cap features a magnet top to keep the cap out of the way while you are drinking.
Leak proof & spill proof
Great colors for summer
Convenient carry loop
BPA, BPS & BPF Free
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Bottom line: This newer model was clearly a response to these issues found in the original model, and I love the changes they've made. It also doesn't seem to leak as much as my older Chutes did. Always nice to see well-thought-out design improvements that are clearly based on customers' responses.
Now the issue of the new cap. The plastic is still solid, and it doesn't leak, but there have been some regressions. First, the retaining piece for the cap onto the bottle has been removed. Some might say that's a positive as it increased the profile of the bottle. I didn't mind it. The new magnetic cap feature is useful, but it was never an issue for me in the first place, I just held the bottle so that I could put a finger in front of the cap, so I don't see the utility. The new cap is also deeper and requires more twist to unlock, so it ends up being more difficult to use.
My score is based on what it is, and how I believe that it's a regression from the previous version. Another issue that I can't knock the score for is philosophy of use.
My girlfriend recently got a Thermos water bottle. While it's only 24oz compared to this bottle's 32oz, and seems to be a little flimsier; it fits in a cup holder, has fill gradiations, even has a feature for keeping track of how many bottles you've gone through, and has a spring loaded and lockable cap.
So it comes down to how you use these bottle. This product is sturdy and simple, good for hikers who aren't going to be out all day and would be better suited with a bladder. But it seems less than ideal for someone who just needs a water bottle for daily hydration.
I also love that Camelbak water bottles don’t have a weird smell or make water taste plastic-y.
I have yet to drop the water bottle but it appears to be durable enough not to break if it “took a spill” so to speak.
Overall, this is an excellent every day water bottle.
I thought this new Chute Mag would be the same bottle but with improved so you did not have to hold the cap while tilting the bottle super high. I was WRONG! The cap is nearly impossible and very burdensome to open with one hand. It is more slippery and take about 3 times the number of turns as the previous bottle but even after accomplishing the difficult task of unscrewing, lifting off the cap to open with one hand is nearly impossible. This discourages water consumption while working or during activities. Once finally open (with two hand and much more effort) the magnet does work as advertised, but I do not see the point. If you were going to use two hands, the old bottle is still better as you could simply keep the cap back with your other hand. I will be returning this bottle and ordering more of the older bottle and hoping Camelbak does not discontinue!