Review: Camelbak Chute Water Bottle

Camelbak Chute || Dirt In My Shoes

Disclaimer:  Go Adventure Mom received the product mentioned in this post for review purposes.  All opinions expressed are entirely my own.

I don’t know about you, but I happen to be quite attached to my water bottle!  Although I have been a long-time fan of Camelbak, I was hesitant to give a new water bottle a try.  I have been thrilled with the Camelbak Chute water bottle….it surprisingly checks almost everything off my list.

What do I like most about the Camelbak Chute?

My favorite part about this water bottle is the fact that the cap comes off with a half-turn.  I usually steer clear of water bottles that are designed with a top that screws on and off just because I like to be able to get a quick drink if I need one.  The Chute’s angled mouthpiece provides a rapid flow of water and then with one quick turn of the cap, it is sealed and leak-proof.

The bottle is BPA and BPS-Free and is made of durable materials that come with the Camelbak Lifetime Guarantee.  Everything is dishwasher-safe as well!  I’m all about convenience so I appreciate that it is easy to clean and simple to use.

My One (and Only!) Complaint

The only problem that I have found with the Camelbak Chute water bottle has to do with the cap that covers the mouthpiece.  It is designed to snap into the back of the lid so that it is out of your way while you are drinking.  I appreciate the thought of the design, but the cap doesn’t snap in very easily (even after a few months of daily use) and I often find myself wrestling with it.

I like the water bottle enough that it definitely is not a make-or-break issue….maybe I just need to work on my muscles!

Overall, I will continue to use this water bottle during my daily life at home as well as when I’m out on the hiking trail.  I like the size, versatility, and simplicity of this bottle and would recommend it to any of my friends.

 

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Hi! I'm Ash and I blog over at Dirt In My Shoes. I'm a former park ranger and busy stay at home mom who doesn't believe that life has to end when you have kids. I love hiking, camping, and exploring with my little family and teaching my son to appreciate the great outdoors. Let me help you plan your next adventure and don't be afraid to get a little dirt in your shoes!

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