CamelBak Podium Bottle 24oz
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $45, including CamelBak belt holder
I use this water bottle primarily while running. The water jet delivery system is excellent for drinking while in motion.
- Easy to use while running
- Big and requires a CamelBak waist belt that easily loosens
This bottle has a suitable capacity for about a 12-mile run and offers ease of drinking while moving.
My only complaint is that the CamelBak Delaney waist belt that holds it sometimes loosens too easily and needs to be tightened often while running. The bottle itself, however, is superb.
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With a lightweight, squeezable body and self-sealing JetValve cap, the CamelBak Podium puts a cool new spin on bike bottles.
The Camelbak Podium Water Bottle delivers leak-proof, fast-flowing performance ideal for bike rides, trail runs, or any other active use. The self-sealing Jet Valve offers rapid, direct flow, while the lockout feature prevents leaks during transport.BPA-free TruTaste polypropylene is lightweight, durable, and won't alter the taste of your waterFast-flowing Jet Valve self-seals to prevent spills
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Step up to the podium. The Camelbak Podium Bottle has an innovative self-sealing Jet Valve; that makes drinking on the go simple and fast. The self-sealing valve has a high flow rate and prevents spills, just squeeze and drink. The Poduim bottle is made from BPA and taste-free plastic. The Jet Valve keeps your bottle sealed and drip-free during use. The rotary valve under the nozzle on the cap is actually a secondary lock-out. We recommend using the lock-out exclusively for storage, i.e. if you're storing the bottle in a bike bag or trunk. Leave it open during rides or for easy access when you're drinking from the bottle.
- Rocky Mountain Trail