Nalgene BPA Free Tritan Wide Mouth Water Bottle, 32 Oz, Gray with Black Lid

Nalgene BPA Free Tritan Wide Mouth Water Bottle, 32 Oz, Gray with Black Lid

  • Large opening on wide-mouth bottle easily accommodates ice cubes, fits more water purifiers and filters, and makes hand-washing a breeze.
  • Attached Loop-top never gets lost and screws on and off easily.
  • Printed graduations let you keep track of your hydration.
  • Made from Eastman Tritan copolyester that is manufactured without BPA. Resistant to staining and retaining odor.

Free from BPA, this is an Everyday bottle that is one you will want close at hand at all times. Nalgene’s classic 32 oz wide-mouth water bottle made in tough, translucent Eastman Tritan copolyester.

List Price: $ 14.50

Price: $ 10.14

Arrowhead Bottled Water, 16.9-Ounce Flat Cap Bottles (Pack of 24)

Arrowhead Bottled Water, 16.9-Ounce Flat Cap Bottles (Pack of 24)

  • Through the years, Arrowhead Brand Mountain Spring Water’s popularity and distribution has grown beyond California.
  • Arrowhead Brand Mountain Spring Water is proud to have been part of the Nestlé Waters North America family of bottled spring water brands since 1987.
  • Today, you can find us in Arizona, Nevada, The Rockies, and even the Pacific Northwest. But no matter where you are, you’ll be enjoying great-tasting spring water drawn from mountain sources in the United States and Canada.

Here is our history: High on the south slope of California’s San Bernardino Mountains, the home of Arrowhead’s first cold-water spring, is a remarkable slice of the natural world. Hot springs bubble up from the Earth’s surface. Caves can be found filled with steam. Several cold-water streams carry some of the world’s most delicious pure spring water from the mountains above. An arrowhead-shaped rock formation, several acres in size, points to these springs. According to a Native American legend, an arrow from heaven burned the formation on the mountainside to show tribes where they could be healed. During the mid-nineteenth century, “Dr.” David Noble Smith claimed that a saint-like being appeared before him and told of a far-off land with exceptional climate and curative waters, marked by a gigantic arrowhead. Smith’s search for that unique arrowhead formation began in Texas, and eventually ended at Arrowhead springs in California in 1857. By 1889, word of the springs, along with a hotel on the site — and belief of the effect of the water from the springs on health — had grown considerably. Hotel guests often raved about the crystal-clear water from the cold springs, which prompted Seth Marshall to set up a bottling operation in the hotel’s basement. By 1905, water from the cold springs was being shipped to Los Angeles.

List Price: $ 15.49

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