Insulated Water Bottle
All updated LTT Water Bottles come standard with the new spout lid instead of the old screw-off top.
Show off your inner techie in style with the LTT vacuum-insulated water bottle - now available in 10 additional color combinations!
Linus Tech Tips vacuum insulated water bottles are intended to keep hot drinks hot for up to 8 hours, and cold drinks cold for up to 16 hours.
Holds 21 or 40 fluid ounces (620mL or 1.18L), depending on your preferred size.
Important safety notes:
This product is NOT dishwasher safe
Do not place in the microwave
Do not place or store in the freezer
This product is not designed for the long-term storage of liquids
Super sturdy, the lid and design are awesome, textured feel on the outside of the bottle. Keeps things hot and cold for a long long time. I love it and recommend it :)
I really like the size and the motherboard design, even got a nice compliment on it.
However, it fell off a table, so about 3 ft, and the lid holder broke in 2 places.
The lid is definitely the less-sturdy part of the bottle and a little more beef to it would help, in my mind.
The design itself also scuffs up quite easily, but it was nice for the first two weeks or so.
It's a stainless steel vacuum insulated water bottle. Pretty standard fair, but what makes this LTT water bottle better than the rest is the cap and drinking spout. Lots of water bottles have fiddly spouts that are either hard to secure or leak. This cap is easy to use and doesn't leak.
Much like Linus objects jump out of my grasp.. and a 3/4 full bottle fell onto the concrete. It got dented up pretty bad, and the really cool black details were scuffed up/off. I have also had by Yeti make the same and greater leaps, with little to nothing to show for it. Granted my yeti was 10-20 dollars more, and the temp regulation is next level, I was mostly just said to see that LTT had a less than durable coating, and not a black base.
I bought the largest bottle and I'm very satisfied with the item. The only suggestion I would like to give is that when you carry the bottle by the handle in the lid, the sides of the underside have sharp corners, and since the largest bottle can get quite heavy when full, it can be a little uncomfortable to hold it by the handle.