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Eddy Vacuum Insulated 600ml

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Sleek, durable and bordering on designer in appearance, the Camelbak Eddy® water bottle now comes in vacuum insulated stainless steel and is as at home in the outdoors as it is amongst soy latte sipping hipsters in a funky organic cafe.

Your water will stay cool for up to 24 hours and won’t develop condensation on the outside whilst sitting on your office desk. One handed operation, the bite valve flicks up easily and a straw reaches to the base of the bottle so you don’t need to take your eyes off the trail, tablet or daily rag.

Naturally BPA free, stainless steel doesn’t take on or impart flavours into your water and is easy to keep clean. The cap features a loop just the right size for two fingers making it easy to keep in hand for hydration on the go.

  • BPA free
  • Vacuum insulated stainless steel
  • Wide mouth opening easy to add ice
  • Keeps water cool for 24 hours
  • Top rack dishwasher safe
  • Flip up bite valve and removable straw
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In Use Dimensions:
7W x 23.4H x 7D cm
Packed Dimensions:
23.4L x 7W x 7D cm
0.6 L
BPA Free | 18/8 Stainless Steel | Polypropylene | Medical Grade Silicone
0.312 Kg
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Nov 12 2017

Great bottle

Like other Camelbak products this bottle does what it should and does it well. Solidly built, doesn't leak and keeps the drink cold.

- Canberra, ACT
Feb 02 2017

Camelbak Eddie insulated bottle

Love this bottle. Nothing better on a hot day outside working then to drink from this bottle and is still as cold as when I poured it in. Love the bite valve, and design. If only this particular bottle came in a bigger size as it doesn't last long on the hot days.
Worth the money.

- Melbourne

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