Stanley Nineteen13 One-Handed Water Bottle 24oz.

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Description Of Stanley One Handed 24oz Water BottleOne-handed push button spout allows for opening, closing and drinking all while keeping your other hand on that other thing youre doing.Features100 Stainless Steel BodyReside and BPA FreeBike cage and car cup compatible

- US Outdoor Store

The Stanley Nineteen13 One Handed Water Bottle allows you to hydrate one handed. From bike bottles to tech bladders, traditional water bottles tie up hands and are a bit too dry. Not this bottle. With fresh graphics and an even fresher opening, this one-of-a-kind bottle lets you take a drink with only one hand, so you can take in more of the action.


With the One Handed Water Bottle from Stanley you can ride and hydrate at the same time. It has a one hand push button spout that allows you more time on your bike. PRODUCT FEATURES: One-handed push-button spout Single-wall stainless-steel construction 360 drink-thru spout Car-cup + bike-cage compatible Hydrate on the go 24-oz. capacity BPA free Lifetime warranty Leak proof Dimensions: 2.9" x 3.5" x 10.2"

- Appalachian Outdoors

Featuring a simple yet leak-proof push-button lid, the Stanley 34 oz. One Hand water bottle makes it easy to stay hydrated while you're on the go. Single-wall stainless steel construction is durable and naturally BPA-free. Push-button lid lets you open, drink and close with one hand. Wide mouth fits ice and allows for easy cleaning. Closeout.


Stanley Nineteen13 One-Handed Water Bottle 24oz.


The Stanley Nineteen13 One-Handed Water Bottle 24oz. is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 17, 2015 at

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