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Do you have a plastic or a steel water bottle?

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Posted 4/20/18 , edited 4/20/18

runec wrote:

Steel. Also:


qualeshia3 wrote:
Not to sound nosy. But where do you live where you can drink tap water like its nothing? Doesn't tap water have lead in it or something?


Makes me seriously worry about the state of New Jersey.


Unless she lives in another state or country, I was only curious.
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qualeshia3 wrote:
Unless she lives in another state or country, I was only curious.


That you even have reservations about your tap water is worrying. >.>

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Posted 4/20/18 , edited 4/20/18
I just buy a bottled water and refill it a bunch of times, so plastic I guess.
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Posted 4/21/18 , edited 4/21/18
I use an old nalgene bottle.
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32 / M / Alberta
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Posted 4/21/18 , edited 4/21/18
I use to use Nalgene water bottles all the time. (Plastic)
But for work I needed a spill proof lid so now I'm using a Contigo (Steel with plastic lid)
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Posted 5/18/18 , edited 5/18/18
I prefer steel water bottle. I always keep it in my bag. I try to drink at least 2 litres of water per day and recently ordered new water pitcher. I read reviews about alkaline water pitchers at https://diligentchef.com/best-alkaline-water-pitcher/ and decided buy one for home use. Useful thing.
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22 / F / Chaldea
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Posted 5/18/18 , edited 5/18/18
Plastic because I'm not a fan of the taste the metal produces.
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M / HI
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Posted 6/14/18 , edited 6/14/18
I use a hydroflask.
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778 / The White House
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Posted 6/14/18 , edited 6/14/18
Steel only. I dont need any estrogen from the plastics. That or my leather flask.
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25 / M / Nebraska
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Posted 6/14/18 , edited 6/14/18
well i had a plastic one but a certain someone flattened it with a tractor
*RAGE QUITS*
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Posted 6/14/18 , edited 6/15/18
Stainless steel and glass bottles. Thinking about getting a titanium one.
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