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CamelBak Chute Bottle

The Chute Bottle has been discontinued. It was replaced by the CamelBak Chute Mag Bottle.

photo: CamelBak Chute Bottle water bottle

Specs

Price Historic Range: $2.00-$18.77
Reviewers Paid: $14.00

Reviews

2 reviews
5-star:   2
4-star:   0
3-star:   0
2-star:   0
1-star:   0

Original Review: September 15, 2016 rated 5 of 5 stars

I love this bottle. Easy to purify in, fill, and drink from.

Pros

  • Great design

Cons

  • Seems to get slightly more dinged up than Nalgene

An amazing design. The new spout with the screw treads on the inside makes drinking from it easy on the lips. My Katadyn filter output fitting fits it fine. The bottle does seem to get a little more dinged up than the Nalgene, but this is purely cosmetic.

Have used the one liter and .75 liter models numerous times this year, and all have performed well. My new go-to water bottle.

Update: June 16, 2017 rated 5 of 5 stars

A great water bottle.

Pros

  • Strong materials
  • Excellent cap design
  • Many color options

Cons

  • Slightly heavy for some

The new Chute cap with the threading on the inside of the mouth piece is ingenious. Unscrew the entire cap to fill and unscrew the spout to drink.

A little heavy for the ultra-lighters, but more reliable than store bought filled water bottles. You can carry wine in one (the .75 liter size is the amount of liquid in a bottle of wine), and when the wine has been consumed use it for water. Its slim profile makes it perfect for water bottle pockets.

Always make sure the spout is tightly closed to prevent leakage.


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Above two new Chute .75 liter, and an older Camelbak with the classic cap.

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $8-11

Great all around water bottle (.6L) for any occasion. Double mouth for easy sipping and ice is great. Only downfall is that it isn't insulated.

Pros

  • Wide mouth for ice
  • Small mouth for easy sipping
  • Carabiner clip

Cons

  • No insulation

I've had this water bottle ever since the day it was released. I use it every day and it has held up against all that I've put it through. It's very durable and has withstood the many times I've dropped it.

Its widemouth is perfect for when I want to fill it with ice, as it allows ice to be poured right in. The smaller mouth on top is also extra convenient as it funnels the water straight to your mouth rather than having it pour all over your face.

It also conveniently clips into the carabiner holder which is useful as it prevents the small cap from getting in the way as you drink. Only downside is it isn't insulated, so your water doesn't stay cold very long.

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $14

g00se

Thanks for the review, Parker. Have you used it on the trail much?


6 years ago

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