Water Bottle

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  1. mangorockfish

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    I was in WalMarket today and saw an Ozark Trail 36oz. double walled aluminum water bottle for $10. I have two USGI canteens and two BSA canteens, but would like to have a bottle. Is that a decent price and a decent bottle?
     
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    For a cheap insulated, metal bottle it's probably fine and a decent price. Can't use it to boil water, though!
     
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    I think it is stainless steel, and as rino said no boil. I can tell no difference in their generic Yeti clone cups and the real thing, except price.
     
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    Actually the only reason the knock offs at Wally World don’t perform as well is due to their tops. And that was under test conditions. In real world use they do just as well. I own at least 4 and am more than pleased as I bought them at a steep discount. Paid 2 bucks each!
     

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