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Hydro Flask Water Bottle Review

Hydro Flask Water Bottle Review

Hydro Flask Water Bottle Review

--Product Information--
Product Name: Insulated bottles.
Product Band: Hydroflask
Best Use: Keeping liquids hot or cold for any outdoor activity.
Sizes Available/Specs: 18oz to 64oz

--Test Information--
Location of Test: Various disc golf courses throughout Oregon & beyond.
Duration of Test: Over a year.

Value Rating: 9
Durability: 9
Overall Rating: 9

Full ReviewSince buying my first Hydro Flask at Next Adventure last spring, I have been impressed with the performance in keeping liquids both cold & hot over extended periods of time in both frigid and hot conditions.

Last summer I used my wide mouth 64oz & 32oz Hydro Flasks in some very hot conditions. I would fill the Hydro Flask up with ice & then add cold water. After an entire day of playing disc golf in the hot sun I still had ice clinking around in my flask. The other players on my card who had nalgene bottles had just warm water in their containers.

Hydro Flask
My Hydro Flask collection.

I have found that ice last longer in the 64 oz & 32 oz containers. The smaller Hydro Flasks will keep liquids cold, but the ice melts faster in the smaller containers.

During the winter, my Hyrdo Flasks kept liquids hot for hours during some near freezing temperatures and after an entire day of disc golf, my hot chocolate was still warm. I have found it best to add the piping hot liquid to your flask right before heading out.

I now have several sizes of the Hydro Flasks and I use them for all my outdoor adventures including disc golf, kayaking, and camping. I also keep one in my car with the sport top for those long road trips and I carry one with me for airline travel. I have given several as gifts, and all the recipients have had the same good results. I also like the fact that Hydro Flask is an Oregon company that was founded in Bend.

Next Adventure carries the Hydro Flasks in a wide variety of sizes & colors ranging from $19.99 to $39.99 as well as replacement tops, so head on over and check them out!



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