Product DescriptionThe Clean Bottle is the million-dollar idea we all wish we'd thought of. Instead, it was Dave. You may not know Dave, but if you've watched a Tour de France mountain stage in the last two years you've seen his alter ego, Bottle Boy, the oversized version of the Clean Bottle.The Clean Bottle isn't rocket science, but it is ingenious. The 100% non-toxic, BPA-free Clean Bottle unscrews at both ends to make cleaning a breeze. Even the nozzle is removable, giving germs no place to hide once the scrub brush comes out. Each end of the bottle has a leak-proof silicone washer. And, feel free to stuff the 22 ounce bottle to the gills with ice and drink powders, the wide mouth makes it easy. The Clean Bottle is dishwasher safe and guaranteed for life, and Dave even donates 10% of profits to eco-friendly charities. The Clean Bottle is available in White/ blue, White/ black, and Competitive Cyclist Racing Team colors and holds 22 ounces.
There have been no reviews posted yet for this product. Be the first by clicking Submit a Review
Related Water Bottle Forum Posts
None of my water bottles will fit in the water bottle cage on my Mount Vision. Is there a bottle cage which travels lower that can be mounted there and accept a normal water bottle? There is another place to mount a water bottle, but that's on the bottom of the tube, near the BB, where it will ... Read More »
I am riding a 3 hour race this weekend and was wondering if it would be better if I carry my fluid all at one time in my CamelBack or should I use water bottles and swap them at the pit stops. I could save weight with water bottles but take time to stop and get them or start out heavy with CamelBack ... Read More »
Light Bicycle (LB) makes cheap frames, rims, wheels, water bottle cages and other things in China. I bought some wheels from them and decided to try a couple of their cf water bottle cages too because they are light, cheap, look good and shipping would be free for me because they could throw a coupl ... Read More »
I tried mounting a side mount water cage to my bike and not even a small water bottle would fit. Seems the cage mount is too far away from the down tube. Anyone know of any water cages where it mounts closer ( I am thinking a few millimeters will help) to the down tube?Read More »