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NEW GEAR-Why You Need a Hands-free Water Bottle for Running, Hiking and Cycling

July 17, 2018

When you are running, cycling, hiking or backpacking, to lighten your burden of your body is important, you may drop your watch, drop your phone and also drop your heavy bottle. But you still need water, hands-free bottles are a great option for making sure you stay hydrated. It’s lightweight, mini and convenient use.

 

It is a safety water bottle with food grade silicone anti-drip cap and food grade pp body. With cross valve design you don’t need hands to screw the cap, when you need water,just suck it.  

 

Features

 

1. HANDS-FREE DESIGN - worn by the wrist with hand strap, it keeps you hand free for running, hiking, cycling, yoga, gym and other activities

 

2. PREMIUM MATERIALS - food-grade PP bottle (BPA-free) and the sleeve is made of Oxford fabric and neoprene with a silicone bottle cap

 

 

 

3. PUSH TYPE BOTTLE CAP - water is sealed up safely in the bottle with the push type bottle cap and cross nozzle; when you bite the nozzle, the water comes out for drinking

 

4. ADJUSTABLE STRAP - the 20cm elastic hand strap can be adjustable with a strong hoop and loop to fit your hand well and comfortably

 

5. COMPACT AND PORTABLE - lightweight, ergonomic and compact, it is portable and comfortable to wear for running, cycling, hiking, marathon and more

 

 

 

 

 

 

Specifications

 

Material: PP+silicone (bottle and cap); Oxford fabric+Neoprene (sleeve)

Volume: 200 ml (7 oz)

Item size: 125 * 95 * 60 mm / 4.9 * 3.7 * 2.4 inch (L * W * H)

Item weight: 50 g (1.8 oz)

Package size: 105 * 125 * 65 mm / 4.1 * 4.9 * 2.6 inch (L * W * H)

Package weight: 105 g (3.7 oz)

 

 

 ››› Geertop Hands-free Water Bottle with Adjustable Strap

 

 

 

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