On one of my early reviews of Klean Kanteen, I remember a commenter warning me about putting tea in these stainless steel bottles for my kids. Obviously, I didn’t put boiling water in and then hand it to my child, but stainless steel does transfer heat and cold quickly. The solution: the Klean Kanteen insulated wide mouth bottle, which is now available in colors!
I use an insulated Klean Kanteen as my coffee cup, but the wide mouth is also perfect for packing soups in your child’s lunch.
- Made with double-walled construction
- The vacuum between the bottle walls offers superior insulating properties
- Lightweight and perfectly sized to fit in most cup holders
- Free of BPA, phthalates, lead and other toxins
Icy drinks stay cold for up to 24 hours, whereas warm beverages stay hot for six hours in this stainless steel bottle. I can vouch personally for both. In fact, I would extend the timeline. I have returned from four days of backpacking to refreshing cold water in my car left in an insulated Klean Kanteen.
Another superior feature of Klean Kanteen over other stainless steel bottles is the lid. It may be a small detail, but it is an important one. The Klean Kanteen lid goes over the lip and covers the point of contact when drinking. This keeps the germs away when the bottle is tossed into a backpack, falls on the floor, or rolls around in the car.
Would I buy this product? Absolutely YES! I just have to trust the “responsibly made in China” statement on the bottom.
Disclosure: The products described above were sent to us as free samples, unless noted differently in the review. Prior assurances as to the nature of the reviews, whether positive or negative, were not given. No financial payments were accepted in exchange for the reviews. The reviews reflect our honest, authentic opinions.