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Camelbak BPA Free Bottles Starting from $13.56 @ Dick Smith (Online Only)

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i found this deal online. it's only 24 hour starting 31/8 (assuming it ends tonight) i purchased mine around 12:04am this morning.
seems to be only valid for the eddy and kids range.
postage is 9.95 or free on click and collect. usually these water bottles go for around $35-$40

for all you health freaks, bpa free bottles are healthier to drink from
http://www.webmd.com/children/environmental-exposure-head2to...

24 HOUR SELL-A-THON! TODAY ONLY! Online Exclusive Offer Offer ends today!

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  • whats so good about the bottle.

  • price error, all priced now

  • Good prices. From experience with these though, they will need to be returned for a replacement every couple of years. They become very difficult to drink from after a period of time. Fortunately, they have a lifetime warranty so it's easy to get them replaced or repaired.

    • so it's easy to get them replaced or repaired.

      How do you do that? Post it off to Camelbak? I guess you'll still be out of pocket for postage though? Any further info you could share with us about this? Like if you've had to send things off for repairs, was it an easy/problem-free process, how much was postage/where do you send them for repairs, etc?

      Lots of questions, sorry lol. The bottles look pretty good. Needing one myself for every time I go out all day and this might be a good option if they do indeed have a lifetime warranty.

      • +1

        Normally they just replace it in store with a new one. But you can also go to the Camelbak website and they generally post you out a replacement, part of full bottle.
        You may need to supply photo of you need full bottle replaced.
        The warranty is excellent.

  • +1

    Dick Smith… the new Strathfield Car Radios? heading down a slippery path selling no core business related items? I wonder if they will sell pyjamas in the near future?

  • Thanks OP, just ordered a 1L one. Cost a bit more but 600ml is just too small.

    • +3

      Were you looking for one or you bought it because you saw this on Ozbargain?

      • I did actually need one for work, but an empty Mt Franklin bottle would have sufficed.
        So yes, Ozbargain got me again.

      • +2

        The latter of course…

  • +1

    Toddlers' size is great. My girl has yet to figure out a way to significantly spill or destroy hers.

    • Seconded.

      If you're sick of kids spilling their drinks or cheap water bottles breaking when dropped then these will be a relief. I went through numerous different cheap water bottles for kids and these have been excellent.

      The only catch is as per kaneissik's comment below: kids will chew on the silicone tip and it'll need replacing eventually.

      Anyway, at this price I reckon these are great.

  • These bottles are great, the silicone tip may wear out after 6-12 months depending on how hard you bite it.

  • Are these bottles good with mixing protein powder? Thanks

    • I reckon anything with a thin opening to drink from would probably be bad for protein since it's gonna build up over time and also just generally harder to clean.

    • No. I would definitely not use a bottle with a straw and nipple for drinking protein. Too difficult to clean. It will get rank very quick!

  • Edit: I picked mine up today and highly recommended it!