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    New: Matterhorn Water Bottle

    Last edited by Darcy; 04-09-2012 at 10:41 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darcy View Post
    That is a beautiful water bottle! Is it insulated?

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    Uh oh. I'm getting ready to place an order. I may have to have one o' those.
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    That's beautiful
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    My... The Crew Has been Busy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenne View Post
    That's beautiful
    Yes, it is. I was lucky enough to be one of the testers. The bottle is incredibly lightweight, the tapered neck is a pleasure to handle, and the open/close top couldn't be easier to use. Recommended without reservation.
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    I was one of the testers as well. I used mine for about 2 or 3 weeks til my husband snagged it
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    I have been using one for a while too and it is the nicest bottle like this I have seen.

    I like the lid closure but did not think I would at first.
    After carrying it around for weeks in a Synapse or S.E. I have not had it open on me yet without me trying to!

    Thanks Again!

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    Oh, wow. Something for a later order, since I just received my bag order today!.
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    Ooooh, I think this will tip me into placing another Tom Bihn order. This is a must have.
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    Adding this to my list aling with the nook color pouch! I placed my order a week too early I guess.
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    I too was a tester, I was skeptical at first, I'm not a fan of bottles with coating, but this one has performed beautifully. Like AVService, I also wasn't sure of the closure, it's so simple and quick it seems like it wouldn't hold, but it has not failed. With a keystrap through one of the loops it's secure in my Swifts and other bags with no WB holder too.
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    Is it insulated? If you put ice in it, does it stay dry or does it sweat?

    It is beautiful, but I need my water bottle to carry ice water & NOT sweat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Walker View Post
    Is it insulated? If you put ice in it, does it stay dry or does it sweat?
    No, it is not insulated. I haven't tried it with ice, but I think it would be okay in a stuff sack. I'll get back to you in the summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmanedit View Post
    No, it is not insulated. I haven't tried it with ice, but I think it would be okay in a stuff sack. I'll get back to you in the summer.
    Thanks, gmanedit. I am very sad that it is not insulated. It IS a beautiful bottle with the Tom Bihn logo.

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