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CoolCanucks Blog Contest – Nalgene “On the Fly” Bottle Review & Giveaway!!CLOSED

Monday, March 21st, 2011

“Here at Nal­gene Out­door, we get a lot of mail from campers, hik­ers, and other active out­doors­peo­ple who love their Nal­gene bot­tles. In fact, NALGENE Out­door Prod­ucts are rec­og­nized by explor­ers and adven­tur­ers around the globe.

How did these bot­tles get so pop­u­lar? Where do they come from?

How it all started…
Back in 1949, a Rochester, New York chemist named Emanuel Gold­berg devel­oped the first plas­tic pipette holder. Along with three work­ers, he began the Nalge Com­pany in a small build­ing at 625 South Good­man Street.

For years Gold­berg and his grow­ing team devel­oped the NALGENE line of state-of-the-art poly­eth­yl­ene lab­o­ra­to­rye­quip­ment: cen­trifuge bot­tles, fil­ter units, stor­age tanks.

Obvi­ously, it wasn’t the kind of stuff you toss into your back­pack for a week­end in the woods.

But there were rumors float­ing around … sto­ries about sci­en­tists tak­ing the smaller, more con­ve­nient bot­tles out of the lab and using them on hikes and excursions.

By the 1970s this “unof­fi­cial” use for NALGENE bot­tles caught the eye of Marsh Hyman (Pres­i­dent of the Nalge Com­pany in Rochester, New York).”

Just about every­one knows the Nal­gene brand for their clas­sic 32-ounce wide-mouth water bot­tles. How­ever, they are expand­ing their line of bot­tles and debuted a few new styles! One of those was the OTF (On the Fly) water bottle.

The OTF is a bit smaller (24 ounces) than Nalgene’s Every­day bot­tles, it makes up for it in usabil­ity and con­ve­nience. The wide-mouth bot­tle has a slim pro­file, so that it can fit into stan­dard car cup hold­ers and bot­tle sleeves in packs. But what really sets it apart from other water bot­tles is its cap. The lock­ing, leak-proof top swings open with a sim­ple push of a but­ton. Under the cap is a raised and con­toured drink­ing spout with an open­ing about the same size as a soda bot­tle. The top swings com­pletely out of the way for ease of drink­ing. When you want to close and stow the bot­tle away, there is a lock­ing bail to ensure that even if the but­ton is pushed, the lid won’t open and a sil­i­cone dome under the lid keeps a tight seal with the spout to elim­i­nate leaks.

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I am com­pletely attracted to the Nal­gene “On The Fly” water bot­tle because of the lock­ing lid. One prob­lem that I have had with some of my water bot­tles is that the lids, even though they have some fancy plas­tic push-lock mech­a­nism, always seemed to wear out after a few months of use. This would lead to it not being reli­able to put into the side sleeve of a back­pack worry-free. Also, each and every sin­gle water bot­tle I have owned claims to be “leak free” but none of them have ever lived up to the test until now!

The tight seal around the lip of the bot­tle actu­ally makes me feel like this may be a long term win­ner.  It holds a 3/4 litre of water  which is a whole lot of space! And the best thing: it has etch­ings on the side of the bot­tle to indi­cate how much water you are drinking!

•Approx 9 1/2 inches tall
•Weight 136 grams
•Dish­washer safe
•Com­postable Earth­First® bot­tle “shrink sleeve” pack­ag­ing is made from renew­able plant resources
•The bot­tle is made in the USA.  The cap is made in China •Push but­ton opens clo­sure
•The OTF cap will fit on some other wide mouth bottles

Nal­gene is cer­tainly a rep­utable name brand my fam­ily swears by and trusts!

You can find out for your­self how fan­tas­tic these Nal­gene “On the Fly” Bottle’s are thanks to the very kind and gen­er­ous folks over at Nal­gene as they have gen­er­ously offered to give 1 very lucky Cool­Canucks reader the chance to win an On the Fly Bot­tle in Red! SWEET!!

To Enter:

Manda­tory Entry – ***This is a MUST!! Those who don’t ful­fill the very first entry will be dis­qual­i­fied! Also, any com­ments such as ‘enter me’ or ‘love to win’ will be deleted.***

1) Head on over to Nal­gene and check out all of the fan­tas­tic prod­ucts! Come back here and tell me what you would love most!

————->The Above is MANDATORY before any extra entries count. <—————

*****EXTRA ENTRIES: (Optional, these are there for you just in case you would like more chances of win­ning!!)********** Leave com­ments all in one com­ment box, or in sep­a­rate boxes, that is totally up to you! Note: All entries left in one box only counts as one entry so your choice!****************

•SUBSCRIBE to Cool­Canucks Blog (right hand-side of blog) via email. (You must ver­ify the sub­scrip­tion in your email too, as I will check! Not ver­i­fied = dis­qual­i­fi­ca­tion, sorry!) Leave me which email addy you sub­scribed with in your com­ment please.

•Fol­low Cool­Canucks Via Google Friend Con­nect – this is also on the right hand side of my blog.

•Fol­low @coolcanucks and @NalgeneOutdoor on Twit­ter! Leave me your twit­ter name!

•Tweet this con­test. Leave me the Sta­tus Link to your tweet! **NOW UNLIMITED TWEETS DAILY!!* and leave a com­ment each time with the Tweet Sta­tus Link**

•(Please note, there is a NEW Retweet but­ton added below this post – you may also use that for a quick and easy tweet – be sure to leave me the sta­tus link though!)

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•Become a Reg­is­tered Cool­Canucks Mem­ber in our forum and leave me your user­name there!

•Blog, Stum­ble, Digg or share this give­away on any open pub­lic forum and leave me the link to it! +5, leave 5 comments

•Grab our Cool­Canucks but­ton located to the right of the blog. +5, leave 5 comments


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•Pur­chase any­thing from Nal­gene for the dura­tion of the give­away and get 10 extra entries!! Just tell me in a comment!

**Give­away open to US & CANADA and expires on April 21st, 2011**

A HUGE thank you to Nal­gene for spon­sor­ing us with this GREAT Con­test here at CoolCanucks!!

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CoolCanucks Blog Contest – Nalgene Grip-n-Gulp Bottles for Children Review & Giveaway!!CLOSED

Monday, May 31st, 2010

“Here at Nal­gene Out­door, we get a lot of mail from campers, hik­ers, and other active out­doors­peo­ple who love their NALGENE bot­tles. In fact, NALGENE Out­door Prod­ucts are rec­og­nized by explor­ers and adven­tur­ers around the globe.

How did these bot­tles get so pop­u­lar? Where do they come from?

How it all started…
Back in 1949, a Rochester, New York chemist named Emanuel Gold­berg devel­oped the first plas­tic pipette holder. Along with three work­ers, he began the Nalge Com­pany in a small build­ing at 625 South Good­man Street.

For years Gold­berg and his grow­ing team devel­oped the NALGENE line of state-of-the-art poly­eth­yl­ene lab­o­ra­to­rye­quip­ment: cen­trifuge bot­tles, fil­ter units, stor­age tanks.

Obvi­ously, it wasn’t the kind of stuff you toss into your back­pack for a week­end in the woods.

But there were rumors float­ing around … sto­ries about sci­en­tists tak­ing the smaller, more con­ve­nient bot­tles out of the lab and using them on hikes and excursions.

By the 1970s this “unof­fi­cial” use for NALGENE bot­tles caught the eye of Marsh Hyman (Pres­i­dent of the Nalge Com­pany in Rochester, New York).”

Nal­gene makes water bot­tles for ath­letes, hik­ers, bik­ers, and even chil­dren! This rep­utable com­pany is well known across the world and it is cer­tainly a name brand that every­one trusts!

I used to won­der why it seemed that every­one on the track had a Nal­gene bot­tle with them. Now that I have my own, I totally under­stand and can com­pletely relate as I was sent a really cool OTG — Spring Green — Every­day Bot­tle in Spring Green and love it so much!!

These bot­tles are extremely durable, BPA free (the new ones), don’t leak, and keep water or sports drinks tast­ing fresh. I’ve dropped my Nal­gene on rough rocks many times, but besides a few scratches it never has cracked or leaked!!

I was also sent some Nal­gene Grip-n-Gulp bot­tles for chil­dren to review, and they totally exceeded my expec­ta­tions!

Nal­gene Every­day Grip-N-Gulp Kids Water Bot­tle — BPA Free

•Side indents are easy for tiny hands to grasp.
•Easy clean spill proof cap. (View)
•Rub­ber­ized lid and smooth plas­tic mouth­piece make drink­ing com­fort­able.
•Supe­rior thread­ing on cup and lid is engi­neered to pre­vent spills.
•Won’t retain taste and odors.
•Tough & impact resis­tant.
•Bot­tle is made from Tri­tan copoly­ester that is man­u­fac­tured with­out BPA.
•Cup, lid, and remov­able sip­per valve are all top rack dish­washer safe
•Lid loop can be clipped to back­pack, dia­per bag, or stroller.
•Holds 12 oz.
Nal­gene Grip-N-Gulp water bot­tle for kids and tod­dlers!
Nal­gene con­tain­ers have stood up to some of the worlds most extreme con­di­tions.  The new Nal­gene Grip’n Gulp is tough enough to sur­vive being thrown from a mov­ing mini­van, spill proof enough to com­pel par­ents to blame the rug stains on the dog, and odor proof enough to allow left­over milk to go unde­tected under the couch for months. Most impor­tantly, its a great way for lit­tle kids to reach new heights.

My nieces used these all week­end at camp and they are beyond out­stand­ing!! In fact, my sister-in-law is in the midst of order­ing a bunch more of these as she said they are defi­nately a must-have and she just can­not live with­out them now!!

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You can find out for your­self how fan­tas­tic these Nal­gene Grip-n-Gulp Bot­tles for Chil­dren thanks to the kind folks over at Nal­gene! You have the oppor­tu­nity to win 3 of these in blue, green, and pink!! SWEET!!

 

To Enter:

Manda­tory Entry – ***This is a MUST!! Those who don’t ful­fill the very first entry will be dis­qual­i­fied! Also, any com­ments such as ‘enter me’ or ‘love to win’ will be deleted.***

 

1) Head on over to Nal­gene and check out all of the fan­tas­tic prod­ucts! Come back here and tell me what you would love most!

————->The Above is MANDATORY before any extra entries count. <—————

 

*****EXTRA ENTRIES: (Optional, these are there for you just in case you would like more chances of win­ning!!)********** Leave com­ments all in one com­ment box, or in sep­a­rate boxes, that is totally up to you! Note: All entries left in one box only counts as one entry so your choice!****************

 

•SUBSCRIBE to Cool­Canucks Blog (right hand-side of blog) via email. (You must ver­ify the sub­scrip­tion in your email too, as I will check! Not ver­i­fied = dis­qual­i­fi­ca­tion, sorry!) Leave me which email addy you sub­scribed with in your com­ment please.

 

•Fol­low Cool­Canucks Via Google Friend Con­nect – this is also on the right hand side of my blog.

 

•Fol­low @coolcanucks and @NalgeneOutdoor on Twit­ter! Leave me your twit­ter name!

 

•Tweet this con­test. Leave me the Sta­tus Link to your tweet! **NOW UNLIMITED TWEETS DAILY!!* and leave a com­ment each time with the Tweet Sta­tus Link**

•(Please note, there is a NEW Retweet but­ton added below this post – you may also use that for a quick and easy tweet – be sure to leave me the sta­tus link though!)

 

Become a Fan of Nal­gene on Face­book and leave a com­ment on their wall that you came from Cool­Canucks!

 

•Become a Reg­is­tered Cool­Canucks Mem­ber in our forum and leave me your user­name there!

 

•Blog, Stum­ble, Digg or share this give­away on any open pub­lic forum and leave me the link to it! +5, leave 5 comments

 

•Grab our Cool­Canucks but­ton located to the right of the blog. +5, leave 5 comments

 
•Sub­scribe to Cool­Canucks RSS Feed! + 2 leave 2 comments

 
•Pur­chase any­thing from Nal­gene for the dura­tion of the give­away and get 10 extra entries!! Just tell me in a comment!

 

**Give­away open to US & CANADA and expires on June 30th, 2010**

 

A HUGE thank you to Nal­gene for spon­sor­ing us with this GREAT Con­test here at CoolCanucks!!

 

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