|商品尺寸||7.75 x 9.56 x 26.67 cm; 403.98 克|
Coleman FreeFlow AUTOSEAL 绝缘不锈钢水壶, 黑色, 24盎司/约709.76毫升
- Durable, double-walled, vacuum-insulated 18/8 stainless steel bottle keeps drinks cold up to 31 hours or hot up to 11 hours
- High-flow spout allows you to hydrate quickly
- Button-operated AUTOSEAL feature seals the lid between Sips to eliminate spills and leaks, and a patented slide lock prevents the accidental pushing of the button while you're on the go
- Protective spout cover keeps dirt and germs off your mouthpiece, and dropdown lid feature makes it easy to clean
- 100% BPA-free for Peace of mind
Coleman FreeFlow Autoseal Insulated Stainless Steel Water Bottle, 40oz
Available in Black, Heritage Green, Heritage Red, Sandstone, Seafoam, Slate or Violet
In blazing summer heat, reach for your FreeFlow Autoseal, 40oz. This metal water bottle is a must-have in the hottest of temperatures because it keeps liquids cold up to 58 hours. The button-operated Autoseal seals the lid between sips to eliminate spills and leaks, and a patented slide lock prevents the accidental pushing of the button while you’re on the go. With this reusable bottle by your side, no heat wave stands a chance.
- Durable, double-walled, vacuum-insulated 18/8 stainless steel
- Drinks stay cold up to 58 hours
- Removable lid lets you easily add ice cubes
- Button-operated Autoseal lid seals between sips to eliminate spills and leaks
- Patented slide lock prevents the accidental pushing of the Autoseal button while you’re on the go
- Protective spout cover keeps dirt and germs off your mouthpiece, and DropDown lid is easy to clean
Stays Cold for Hours
With its double-walled, vacuum-insulated stainless steel body, the FreeFlow Autoseal, 40oz, keeps your drinks cold up to 58 hours.
Caring for Your Stainless Steel Water Bottle
This insulated water bottle is perfect for cold beverages.
Stainless steel body is hand-wash-only. Do not clean in a dishwasher. Removable lid may be placed on the top rack of your dishwasher.
Do not microwave or freeze. Placing water bottle in the microwave or freezer may cause damage.
Update (11/20/18): 4 months later and they don't keep my water cold even on a two hour car ride. I have only cleaned the bottles by hand and have run the avex tops through the dishwasher on the top rack once and they've lost their ability to keep drinks cold. I contacted Coleman warranty (lifetime warranty against defects) and they said ice retention is not covered under the lifetime warranty. I don't understand that the purpose of this bottle is to keep drinks cold or hot and if it fails to do either of those, it would be a defect, am I right? Why have a lifetime warranty if this is not even a failure due to misuse or neglect? That's fine. I'll be taking my business elsewhere.
What can I say? This water bottle is what I imagined it to be. Ive used a hydroflask before (much more expensive) in the past and I found that this works just as well. For one thing, theres an auto seal and an auto flow button that prevents the liquid from leaking. I want to say that its spill proof but Ive only had it for a few weeks so I’ll wait a little longer before making my decision. So far so good, though.
As a thermal bottle, it does a great job of keeping my water cold. One time, i accidentally left it at the gym and it was still cold by the time I returned for it in the morning. The product description says that its capable of keeping drinks cold for up to 58 hours so its probably true. I’ve only used it for hot drinks once or twice so I don’t have much to say about its heat retaining abilities though.
What I do is that I give it a good wash every other day (I’d probably wash it more often if I used it for something other than water). Im not sure if you can put it in the dishwasher so I just clean it by hand. I literally twist the lid off and wash the parts with a bit of dish soap. Sometimes if I feel like it Ill use a bottle brush to scrub the inside (I have this cleaning brush set which comes with various sizes).
Cons…drinking out of it takes a little getting used to. Unlike other bottles, you have to stop drinking before letting go of the valve. Theres also no plastic straw piece or spout that lifts up and down easily so you pretty much have rely on suction to get the liquid up. Instead, you have to squeeze a button which makes it a little awkward. Ive gotten used to it after using it for a few days, though.