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Thermal Bottle 1.0 Liter

rated 5 of 5 stars Have my 1L for about 10 years now and it still hold hot warm drinks for 24 hours, if you pre-warm it. Best for backpacking, mountaineering in cold weather. This 1L bottle weighs 522g being lighter than many other brands. It had a round bullet shape, that fits easily in inside backpacks without damaging plastic bags inside. Mine was made before the "Steelworks" sub brand, so I though it was made is Switzerland. Haven't had  any problems inside it, such as ruptured liner, rust, etc. Used daily, as… Full review

Steelworks Thermal .75 Liter Ring Bottle

rated 4.5 of 5 stars This is my go-to insulated drinking vessel, especially for cold weather activities. It's the ideal size and does an outstanding job of keeping liquids hot for a long time (or cold, if you want them to stay cold). Before I start, two quick notes: 1) I found this thermos in the basement of a rental apartment I was living in three years ago. The landlord told me to take whatever I wanted from the basement. It was mostly a mess down there, but finding this thermos made it worth my time. 2) As you've… Full review

Lifestyle Bottle 1.0 Liter

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Lightweight water bottle, does not affect the flavor of the water. First off, I am very picky about the taste of water. That may be weird but I just really enjoy the taste of clean, crisp and pure water. I used to use plastic Nalgene bottles but always found the bottle changed the flavor of the water a bit. Forget water bladders, they make water taste real bad in my opinion. That is where Sigg came in. I bought four aluminum Sigg water bottles about 5 years ago and I haven't looked back. The Sigg… Full review

Metro Mug 13 oz

rated 2 of 5 stars Tough it is stylish and isolates like the best, what's it worth if you can't drink on the metro or in your car without the risk of spilling your hot beverage. Unscrewing the lid has you holding two pieces (metro, car). In short without a usable drinking nozzle it is just another (expensive) thermos. Full review

Wide Mouth

rated 4.5 of 5 stars I received this bottle through Sigg's BPA recall program. I like this bottle for several reasons. First the mouth is wide enough to use my Steripen purifier, second it is light for a one liter metal bottle, third the top has a hole that makes it easy to lash onto my pack, and third it looks neat. Full review

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SIGG Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Outdoor Retailer: Ready for their close-ups
Snapshots from the opening day of Outdoor Retailer Winter Market 2010. Read more
January 21, 2010

Is Your Aluminum Bottle BPA-Free?
So you switched out your old plastic water bottle for a supposedly healthier aluminum bottle. That means no BPA, right? Not necessarily. If you’re using a SIGG or Laken aluminum water bottle manufactured before August 2008 your bottle’s liner contains some level of Bisphenol A. Read more
August 26, 2009

Building a Better Water Bottle: Aluminum, Steel, and No BPA
Whether it’s for a trek into the backcountry or a trip to the store, there are a growing number of aluminum, stainless steel, and BPA-free plastic water bottles. Read more
February 1, 2008

Choosing to Reuse: Safer Water Bottle Options
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February 1, 2008


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phone: (203) 321-1220
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