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you can go to http://www.rumrunnerflasks.com and save over the name brand "platypus"base871 wrote:+1 on the platapus. Nalgene bottles are only good for looking hip in photos and mixing chemicals in a laboratory.
Yeah, you definitely don't want to take a swig out of the wrong bottle. Fortunately, the odor is a dead giveaway, even if I overlook the different cap.Jim_H wrote:It seems like that would have a negative affect on hike hydration.
Are they both polypencak wrote:Clear smoked "designer" color plastic 32oz = 6.38 oz
Plain white food grade plastic 32oz = 4.13 oz
Al_HikesAZ wrote: I don't care what it weighs - I trust it to carry my Herradura safely.
I like to get good sound advice from those who have been there before....Very smart hikers!cindyl wrote:My vodka resides in my Nalgene flask. And to counter the hydration issue: I use Emergen-C and water for my mixer.
Check out the Nalgene Cantene if you must have a screw-on connection. It's not that hard to use just about any filter with a small-mouth bottle if you're prepared for it. My tolerance for people that expect somebody else to provide a filter varies quite a bit, but the default setting is low.skatchkins wrote:I use the Nalg too because of my filter. Sucks when you're in a larger group and you're the only one with a Nalg style and they all want to use my filter to fill their plastic disposables.