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      CamelBak - Better Bottle with Classic Cap BPA Free Blue - 34 oz.

      • Code#:100740
      • Manufacturer:CamelBak
      • Size/Form:34  oz.
      • Packaged Ship Weight:0.40

      CamelBak Better Bottle With Classic Cap BPA- Free Plastic Water Bottle Blue 34 oz/(1L)

      The CamelBak™ Better Bottle™ with Classic Cap is made from Tritan, and is competely BPA-free

      Key Features:

      • 100% BPA-Free
      • Easy to Carry: The integrated handle makes it easy to clip a carabiner or carry with the crook of a finger.
      • BPA- Free Material: New Tritan material does not contain Bisphenol-A or phthalates.
      • Easy to Clean: Each durable bottle is dishwasher safe (top rack).

      Frequentely Asked Questions:

      What is your BPA-free Better Bottle™ made from?
      The CamelBak Better Bottle™ line is made from a new copolyester polymer called Tritan™, made by Eastman. It offers the same great qualities that we have come to expect from polycarbonate bottles and is 100% BPA-Free. The BPA-Free CamelBak Better Bottle™ is now shipping to retail stores.
      The Better Bottle Caps are made of Polypropylene – for toughness and sealing performance
      The Big Bite™ Valve is made of Medical-Grade Silicone – for long life and taste-free performance

      Is polycarbonate safe?
      CamelBak has monitored scientific research concerning the safety of products that include BPA.   Based on a broad range of scientific findings, we firmly believe in the safety of our products. We are not recalling our polycarbonate bottles.

      While there is not consensus on the issues surrounding BPA, recent comprehensive reviews of polycarbonate and BPA have concluded that estimated daily exposure to BPA poses no known safety risk. However, we intend to closely monitor recent reports from The National Toxicology and Health Canada. The findings from tests by the following organizations indicate that BPA exposure does not pose a safety risk:
      The Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
      US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
      The Harvard Center for Risk Analysis
      The American Council on Science & Safety
      Many regulatory bodies worldwide, including the European Commission Scientific Committee on Food, the United Kingdom Food Standards Agency, and the Japan Ministry for Health, Labor, & Welfare

      What is BPA?
      Bisphenol-A is an ingredient used to make polycarbonate. In recent months, there has been increasing consumer demand for a bottle that is not made with Bisphenol-A (BPA), and CamelBak is proud to offer BPA-free bottles with the same great properties customers have come to expect from polycarbonate: vibrant color, clarity, durability, dishwasher-safe, and with no residual taste. The entire CamelBak bottle line is now available in BPA-Free materials in North America.

      Why did you change from polycarbonate to this new Tritan™ material?
      Customers have asked for a BPA-free alternative to polycarbonate. CamelBak has a long history of developing innovative products by listening to our customers and we have been committed to finding a BPA-free alternative to polycarbonate (PC). After exclusive research and material trials, CamelBak was the first to develop and deliver Tritan to market.

      Does this new BPA-free Better Bottle leach any chemicals? What type of safety testing has been done on the new Bottle?
      After rigorous 3rd party testing of the BPA-free Better Bottle, no harmful chemicals have been detected to come in contact with, or leach into food/beverage surfaces. A FCN (Food Contact Substance Notification) notice #729 declared that Tritan is safe and meets all EPA and FDA guidelines for material that is to come in repeated contact with food.  In addition, we have verified that all materials used in the bottle including Tritan meet the stringent guidelines set by California Proposition 65.  Extraction tests were completed by independent 3rd party researchers, verifying that the new material meets all requirements as set forth by organizations such as:
      FDA food safety standards
      European Community food safety standards
      Japanese Ministry of Health and Welfare
      California Prop 65

      How do I know if my bottle is BPA-Free?
      The BPA-Free logo will be printed on the side of the CamelBak Better Bottle if it is a BPA-Free version. In the store, the BPA-Free bottles will display a large BPA-Free sticker.

      Suggested Use

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      What happens if I put sports drinks/juice in the CamelBak Better Bottle?
      Use of any of these drinks in the bottle is fine, but thorough cleaning after each use is recommended.

      Can I put hot liquids in it?
      Yes, hot liquids can be used in the CamelBak Better Bottle. However, if you are using the Better Bottle with Bite Valve, please be aware that the experience will be similar to drinking hot liquid through a straw and use caution.

      What max temperature (freezing/boiling water) can the CamelBak Better Bottle withstand?
      The CamelBak Better Bottle can withstand being filled with boiling water or stored in below freezing temperatures. We do not recommend boiling the bottle itself.

      Is the CamelBak Better Bottle microwave safe?
      Feel free to use the CamelBak Better Bottle to warm up liquids (ie, up to a minute), but we don’t recommend cooking your dinner in it.

      Can/How do I freeze the CamelBak Better Bottle with Bite Valve?
      You can freeze the bottle but make sure:
      1. The bottle is not completely full when you do this (we recommend only 3/4 full to allow for expansion of the water as it freezes to ice).
      2. The bottle is right side up
      We also recommend that the bite valve stem NOT be flipped up or down if there is any frozen water in the tube.  Wait until thawed.

      Does the CamelBak Better Bottle work with filters?
      The CamelBak Better Bottle is compatible with filters that adapt to a 63 mm screw top opening (in other words, it’s compatible with most filters on the market).

      What happens if I take the straw off?
      Removal of the straw allows a “tip and sip” mode of drinking.

      Can I use with carbonated beverages?
      You can use any beverage in the CamelBak Better Bottle, however we do not recommend the use of carbonated beverages with the straw configuration. To use with carbonated beverages, we recommend that you remove the straw and drink via “tip and sip.”
      Can I use the CamelBak Better Bottle in high-altitude/ low-pressure environments (i.e. airplanes, mountain altitudes, etc)?
      Yes, but with special care.  Keep the bottle right side up with the bite valve in the closed position.  Remove the straw for additional protection. Expect a bit of “spurt” during the first sip.
      Does it hold residual taste?
      No, there is no residual taste, and it’s also stain-resistant.

      How do I clean the CamelBak Better Bottle™ with Bite Valve?
      First pull off the bite valve and the straw from the cap. You can clean your bottle by hand or in the dishwasher (top rack only for the cap, bottom rack can be used for the bottle). For cleaning by hand, you can soak all parts in warm soapy water.

      I have an older CamelBak Bottle that’s not BPA-Free. What is it made from?
      The original CamelBak Better Bottle with Bite Valve is made from polycarbonate.
      The cap is made of:
      a. Polypropylene – for toughness and sealing performance
      b. Thermoplastic elastomer (on the outside of the Better Bottle with Bite Valve Cap) – for a comfortable grip

      The bite valve is made of Medical-Grade Silicone – for long life and taste-free performance

      Is polycarbonate safe?
      CamelBak has monitored scientific research concerning the safety of products that include BPA.   Based on a broad range of scientific findings, we firmly believe in the safety of our products. We are not recalling our polycarbonate bottles.

      While there is not consensus on the issues surrounding BPA, recent comprehensive reviews of polycarbonate and BPA have concluded that estimated daily exposure to BPA poses no known safety risk. However, we intend to closely monitor recent reports from The National Toxicology and Health Canada. The findings from tests by the following organizations indicate that BPA exposure does not pose a safety risk:
      The Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
      US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
      The Harvard Center for Risk Analysis
      The American Council on Science & Safety
      Many regulatory bodies worldwide, including the European Commission Scientific Committee on Food, the United Kingdom Food Standards Agency, and the Japan Ministry for Health, Labor, & Welfare

      What does the Recycle #7 symbol mean?
      The number code inside a recycling symbol is a resin identification code, used primarily by those in the waste stream management industry. It is not a measure of safety, but indicates what an item is made from so that recycling plants know how to categorize and recycle it. BPA exists only in polycarbonate #7 bottles, but not in all #7 bottles, despite a great deal of misinformation in the media and public perception. It is possible that a #7 bottle does not contain any BPA at all.
      Recycling codes 1-6 refer to specific materials, while #7 is a miscellaneous category that simply signifies that a product does not fall into the categories 1-6.
      #7, or “other” plastics are often made of multiple resins or layers of different types of plastics. These may include microwavable packages, snack bags and industrial plastics. If a product does not have a recycle symbol on it, it is automatically categorized as #7 or “other.”

      Your BPA-Free Better Bottle with Classic Cap does not have a recycle symbol on it. Why not?
      The primary reason is that our bottle is meant to be re-used, not recycled. But also, we’ve discovered that there are more myths and misinformation about #7 plastics than truth. One of these misperceptions is that many people associate the #7 recycling symbol with polycarbonate. In order to differentiate our new BPA-free Better Bottle from our polycarbonate version, we chose to remove the symbol, and hopefully reduce confusion.. The new Tritan™ bottle is still considered “other” and will be categorized with #7 plastics but it is completely BPA-Free.

      What is your BPA-free Better Bottle™ made from?
      The CamelBak Better Bottle™ line is made from a new copolyester polymer called Tritan™, made by Eastman. It offers the same great qualities that we have come to expect from polycarbonate bottles and is 100% BPA-Free. The BPA-Free CamelBak Better

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      Manufacturer Info

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      2000 S. McDowell, Suite 200
      Petaluma, CA,
      Phone: 8007678725 Fax: 7076659231 Visit website

      About CamelBak

      CamelBak is the originator and world leader in hands-free hydration systems. The first CamelBak products proved to be very popular among mountain bikers and motocross riders, because it allowed them to drink without taking their hands off of the handlebars in technical terrain. The product began to cross over into other sports when scientific studies showed athletes drank more fluids and performed better when they wore a CamelBak. Since then, athletes from an ever-growing list of sports and activities use CamelBak hydration systems for their convenience and performance benefits. In addition to cycling, CamelBak has Hands-Free Hydration systems for hiking, running, snowboarding and skiing. CamelBak's state-of-the-art packs and hydration systems have benefited athletes, outdoorsmen, and soldiers around the world. While CamelBak has grown tremendously since the early days, one thing hasn't changed. CamelBak still believes in the performance advantage that proper hydration delivers for just about any activity. CamelBak is a privately-held company headquartered in Petaluma, California.

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