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    Default Guyot Designs "Backpacker" model 32 oz. Stainless Steel Water Bottle - Sale $15.98

    Down from list of $26.98 (for Prime Members)






    http://www.amazon.com/Guyot-Designs-...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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    I have a couple of those. Not as easy to set on a small stove but still a great bottle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roamer View Post
    I have a couple of those. Not as easy to set on a small stove but still a great bottle.
    They do however, nest in a Stanley Adventure cook pot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizzix View Post
    They do however, nest in a Stanley Adventure cook pot.
    And nestle with a GSI cup right dandy inside a Maxpedition 4x10 pouch.

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    I have the 38 oz one without the contours and love it. Paid $30 for it, steep but will last a lifetime of abuse.

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    Originally bought the 32oz but after tipping it over a few times searched out the 38oz flat bottomed and was very happy the 32oz tends to be tippy because it is top heavy when full. Both nestle the same. Both are great and same quality. The 38oz can be pricey and hard to find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rolandsilvajr View Post
    Originally bought the 32oz but after tipping it over a few times searched out the 38oz flat bottomed and was very happy the 32oz tends to be tippy because it is top heavy when full. Both nestle the same. Both are great and same quality. The 38oz can be pricey and hard to find.
    Yeah, I've got both (see below). For some time now, the larger one has seemed harder to find and much more expensive. I hear about folks having fumbling probs with the "hiker" model, but I haven't found it especially tricky.

    I tend to keep the larger one in the Maxpedition bag, which also has more "headroom" storage as well. And the smaller in the 5.11 bag.


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