By now, most of us have given up bottled water for the much more sustainable and economical reusable water bottle. Staying hydrated is a top priority even when we’re on the go so when we say “reusable bottle” we mean a bottle that can handle every adventure — from camping trips to trips to the grocery store. If that sounds like the kind of thing you’re looking for, top brand Nalgene is offering a sweet deal on its Sustain Tritan Water Bottle during Prime Day. You may have seen Nalgene bottles over the past few decades — they're popular with kids and campers. That means they're pretty durable.
Made with material derived from 50% plastic waste to offset the use of fossil fuels and lowering greenhouse gas emissions, this bottle is also BPA free. Good for both hot and cold beverages, it has a wide mouth for easy drinking and easy cleaning.
This version is every bit as durable as the original bottle, but this one is made with a blend of BPA-free recycled plastic, so you know it's safe — and shoppers say it doesn't make their water taste like plastic. "I've drank several gallons from this bottle already," wrote a hydrated customer. "The mouth is so large but the large mouth also encourages you to drink more! Very sturdy and no strange flavor to the water."
If you're trying to boost your water intake, many shoppers celebrate this bottle's clear body and the measurement markings so they can keep track of how much water they're drinking.
"My husband is on a doctor-directed diet where he must drink a certain number of ounces of water each day," wrote a devoted spouse. "To help him we brought two: one he keeps home and one he uses at work. They are sturdy, do not leak and are very easy to clean." Another customer added: "Visibility helps me track how much water I am drinking."
The leakproof lid is another one of this bottle's perks. It doesn't use rubber to seal it — the plastic in the threading of the lid is angled up so it seals perfectly.
"Just the right amount of water for me," shared a hydrated shopper. "The best part? I love that it only takes three spins of the top to get a good seal."
But if you want to win over the kids, it's not how easy it is to clean or that it's lightweight that makes it great — it's that it's sticker-friendly.
"I’ve had Nalgene bottles for forever, used for camping and long hikes," shared a doting dad. "Nalgene is popular with teens, and mine wanted one for school and sports. He has stickers on it, so it holds them well. It’s the same bottle we’ve had for many years. The new one is indistinguishable from our ancient ones but for the stickers kid added!"
Nalgene Nalgene Sustain Tritan Water Bottle
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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