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An attractive canister-style jar for your campsite or home kitchen. . . Great for coffee, grains, margarine, jelly, cereal, vegetables. Made from super-tough LexanA(R). Stackable and impact resistant. Gives off no plastic taste.


Description of Nalgene Clear Lexan Jar - 32 OunceMade of super-tough Lexan with white covers. Dishwasher safe (top rack). Withstands temperatures from sub-freezing to boiling. (Jars are not recommended for liquid storage.)Features:Extremely durableResistant to staining Resistant to retaining odorsRecommended for "extreme" adventuresDishwasher Safe (top rack only)Withstands temperatures from -135ºC (-211ºF) to 135ºC (275ºF)Recommended for: Medicines, Solids, CondimentsPowders, Small Parts

- US Outdoor Store

Use this ultra-durable 1 oz. jar to stash lotion, ointments or liquid soap for easy access when camping or backpacking. See-through Lexan® makes it easy to identify jar contents. Low-porosity polycarbonate material absorbs very little taste or odor. Snug screw-on lid prevents leaks and odors from sneaking out. Also great for organizing fishing tackle and storage of herbs and spices, medicines or other small essentials. For maximum longevity, hand wash in warm water with a mild dishwashing detergent.


Nalgene Lexan Jar


The Lexan Jar has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$1.75 - $6.95

The Nalgene Lexan Jar is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 8, 2016 at EMS.

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