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Keith Titanium 900ml / 1200ml Sport Bottles

Keith Titanium 900ml / 1200ml Sport Bottles

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does anybody knows hoe it connects to the "MSR Guardian Purifier"?
In photo #10, who makes the stainless steel tea infuser (egg looking thing on table)?
Is that a titanium egg holder in the last pic?
Woodythehiker
I’m not 100% but I think that’s for making tea.
Woodythehiker
It’s stainless steel, and as Matty said it’s a tea infuser (you put loose tea leaves in it and let it steep in your container).
It looks like the lid and bottle top is smooth? I ask because I dislike my Bot 700 because of a horrible top that has a food catching lip that make cold soaking a real pain to deal with if using for coffee in the mornings as well;) Not a big fan of bits in my coffee.
I always thought titanium would weighs less then a Nalgene Bottle , in fact the 32 oz Nalgene bottle weighs less at 6.5 oz. Something even lighter is the Smart Water bottle and it costs a lot less plus with the original purchase , water is included.
How would this do for winter camping? I’m guessing the lid would have trouble with freezing.
madloki
Store the bottle upside down to reduce the chance of freezing shut. Water freezes from the top down. You wouldn't want to drink directly from the bottle as it can and will freeze to your lip. But this would be a great bottle for heating water in
Is it possible to boil water with this bottle? Is there a coating inside?
GRECOmat
It's made of premium pure titanium grade 1 without lining and coating. You can boil water with this bottle with the cap removed.
Not insulated? Hard pass for me.
Is the “hanging loop” actually the sack with straps shown? And is that included in the total weight?
Does anyone have both this bottle and the Vargo to compare? The Vargo is only about 2/3 of a liter and I like it. I'd like to have a full liter bottle, though. I have the Vargo BOT as my extra water (1L) and like that as well, since it doubles as a cooking pot, but for my primary water bottle, I'd like a narrower 1L bottle.
You can't just throw in "titanium" and expect that we're all going to cower and buy this bottle...
Is it insulated? Does it hold hot and cold, and for how many hours each?
These is pretty basic info that should be provided with any liquid bottle description. Thanks!
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Well, it would be nice to fill up with nice cool water, and get to drink that nice cool, non-ambient temperature water a few hours later. However, double and triple walled bottles waste a lot of space - and I'd personally prefer water in that space instead of insulating walls.
BarryBogave
Its not an insulated bottle which makes it useful for different reasons.
My 40oz stainless steel Klean Kanteen weighs 210g and this 40oz titanium bottle weighs 240g? something doesn't add up...
utopik
My thoughts exactly. If the weights are correct, I’ll stick to (for backpacking) my Nalgene bottles, Hydrapak Stash (great convenient bottle that collapses down to bare minimum when not in use, and Platypus 2L folding bag. Yeah, all plastic, but for the weight and number of days per year used, I’m fine with that, and will reserve my Kleen Kanteen for around home and work use.
Not sure how this is ultralight. While perhaps some utility if you were to use this to cook; a 1l Nalgene weighs in at about 6.2oz
How come this weighs ~70g more than the similar Vargo product of higher capacity in that other drop? (900ml vs 1L)
ori.kellner
The cap, the mouth and the bottom of the bottle are thickened to 1.0mm (the same kind of product is generally between 0.3~0.5mm). The center of gravity is low, and it is not top-heavy. The bottom is harder, tougher and more durable making it high-strength anti-collision, not easy to deform.
Does it come with the carrying sling?
Sharpie64
Yes.