Camelbak Eddy 0.6L Navy Bottle 100% BPA Free Reduced From £15.99 £7.99 @ SportShoes.com
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Camelbak Eddy 0.6L Navy Bottle 100% BPA Free Reduced From £15.99 £7.99 @ SportShoes.com

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Found 26th Jun 2016
Possible Price Match with John Lewis & 7 % Quidco

The eddy™ 0.6L water bottle. Convenient and spill-proof for hydration on the go.

The New shape fits conveniently in most cup holders. Enjoy spill-proof sipping at work or on the trail with the CamelBak eddy™ water bottle.

Covering all your hydration needs the Camelbak Eddy 0.6L Navy Bottle features a sleek, ergonomical design that allows the hand to wrap around with consummate ease; whilst also fitting perfectly into most cup holders. Being a member of the Camelbak family the bottle has been thoroughly engineered to eliminate spillage and ensure complete ease of use.

With technical design touches to ensure you have everything covered a redesigned cap and bite valve provide faster flow and enhanced durability over the bottles lifespan. With no need to tip or angle the bottle its as simple as flip, bite and sip. No tipping required.

The large mouth opening is easy to fill with ice and water and also makes cleaning a breeze, providing enough space to get into the bottle for effective cleaning. The bottle is also dishwasher safe, just separate the components, put the bottle on the top rack and let the machine do the work.

100% FREE OF BPA and BPS chemicals for safety and finished with an integrated loop handle that makes it easy and simple to clip a carabiner or carry with the crook of a finger.
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Probably replaced the BPA with something equally harmful.
£4.99 postage mmmmm
4.99 postage for a 8 quid item - not for me !!
Sistema BPA-free sports top bottles are available in ASDA and Tesco at a similar size for £2.50. Seems to be a lot of money for the Camelbak name and a carry loop
Jellybeans

Probably replaced the BPA with something equally harmful.



​Care to expand on your rather insightful comment?
You weren't scaremongering of course
MAdam98

​Care to expand on your rather insightful comment?You weren't s … ​Care to expand on your rather insightful comment?You weren't scaremongering of course



They usually replace them with BPS.

http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/bpa-free-plastic-containers-may-be-just-as-hazardous/

Most of the water bottles use PET which isn't that great either. Avoid tetrapak, apparently they're even worse because of the heat bonding.

http://myplasticfreelife.com/2011/04/bpa-free-does-not-mean-safe-most-plastics-leach-hormone-disrupting-chemicals/

Basically they all leak to some degree. Though within limits. Stick with glass or metal flask if want to be safe, esp with kids.
Camelbak sent me a new straw/lid for a 5 year old bottle for free when I asked if the new style would fit. Worth the price over others.
They make a glass version with shock resistant rubber case too. Much heavier but is "BPA free"
Jellybeans

They usually replace them with BPS. … They usually replace them with BPS. http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/bpa-free-plastic-containers-may-be-just-as-hazardous/Most of the water bottles use PET which isn't that great either. Avoid tetrapak, apparently they're even worse because of the heat bonding.http://myplasticfreelife.com/2011/04/bpa-free-does-not-mean-safe-most-plastics-leach-hormone-disrupting-chemicals/Basically they all leak to some degree. Though within limits. Stick with glass or metal flask if want to be safe, esp with kids.



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