Stay Hydrated with the Klean Kanteen Stainless Steel Water Bottle Review
Klean Kanteen is a small family owned company operated in Northern California, the Klean Kanteen Classic was first unveiled in 2002 and is designed to be the healthy alternative to to polycarbonate and lined-aluminum reusable bottles.
Klean Kanteen bottles are free of BPA, Phthalates, lead or other toxins and are made from high quality, 18/8 food-grade stainless steel. No matter how many times you use this bottle, your drink will stay fresh and taste clean. The bottle has a slim design with a large 1.75″ opening to pour in your choice of beverage, add ice cubes and is large enough to fit in a bottle brush which makes for easy cleaning.
In my experience with this bottle, it is super easy to clean and fill up with water or any other type of drink. I love the wide mouth, mainly because I am super messy and tend to spill things when there is only a small gap at the top to fill it up, this makes it easier for me. The top just screws on and off, making it easy to use.
I never drink water that isn’t fresh and I like my bottles to be fresh and free of all that bad stuff too, this hits the mark! The drinking spout is an easy slide up to drink and slide down to close, it hasn’t leaked on me and one of the other things I like is that I don’t have to suck on the end too hard to get water out.
I haven’t took this to the gym or out and about yet but I did leave water in it for a couple of days to see how fresh it would stay, It works.
Klean Kanteen Classic is available in many different colors and sizes vary from 18oz to 40oz, anything up to 27oz should fit nicely in most cup holders.
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Disclosure: I received this product free from Klean Kanteen in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255..