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Camelbak has long been known for its self-descriptive backpack water hydration systems, but the company also offers a complete line of sports bottles as well. These tough new bottles offer Camelbak’s exclusive Bite-N-Sip bite valve cap that allows people on the go to simply flip the top open, bite the soft rubber nipple and sip without any need to tilt up the bottle. Best of all, the Camelbak water bottle Bite-N-Sip system is completely spillproof.
The company also touts its products as being completely BPA free. Many health conscious individuals are anxious to avoid the presumed risks of toxicity in epoxy resin plastic products. While government agencies such as the American FDA and the United Nations World Health Organization, WHO, maintain that BPAs pose no significant risk, few people are willing to take the risk when it can be avoided simply by using non-BPA substitute products.
Camelbak water bottles are offered in four basic designs.
• The standard Camelbak water bottle is offered in .5 and .75 liter capacities, as well as an insulated model.
• Podium bike bottles in a variety of sizes.
• The special Kids’ Bottle with reduced size Bite-N-Sip valve
• Groove self-filtering water bottles with built-in filter capacity.
The Groove is a particularly innovative design at a surprisingly affordable price. Like all the other Camelbak bottles with the bite valve, a long internal straw descends to the bottom of the bottle, which allows the user to suck up water without having to tilt it up and perhaps take one’s eyes off the trail or roadway while taking a drink. The difference lies in the Groove’s expanded diameter straw that contains a disposable cartridge filter safely inside. Every sip draws water up through the filter and creates a self-purifying water supply on the go.
The new line of bottles complements, rather than detracts from, Camelbak’s famous pack-mounted water systems. Rather than carry an always cumbersome canteen belted on the hip or hung from a strap, Camelbak hit upon the idea of a flat water bladder riding in the small of the back. Not only did this significantly alter the wearer’s balance in a favorable way, but it also freed up hands for more important tasks. The Camelbak runs a hydration tube around to the front of the wearer’s body, where the original Bite-N-Sip style valve offers refreshment with just a turn of the head. This hands-free system has proven immensely popular with adventurous people everywhere and has been expanded into a series of thoughtfully-designed backpacks that suit every outdoorsman’s particular needs.
The Camelbak water bottle rounds out a strong line of other hydrations systems and accessories that have become somewhat of a world standard for thirsty people in faraway places.