Nalgene 24 oz Tritan On the Go Water Bottle

Item # NLGE8206M   |   Customer Rating: Read 3 reviews  |    Bookmark and Share

Price: $8.98

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In Stock! Ships Monday, September 22.

Key Features

  • made from extremely durable, BPA-free Eastman Tritan copolyester
  • stain and odor resistant
  • flip-top lid allows for easy one-handed operation
  • withstands temperatures from -40 degrees F (-40 degrees C) to 212 degrees F (100 degrees C)
  • #7 on the bottom of the bottle is a recycling code, not an indication of BPA

Product Highlights

Made from durable, BPA-free Tritan, the Nalgene 24 oz Tritan On the Go water bottle is designed for active pursuits. An innovative, flip-top lid allows easy one-handed operation and a synthetic gasket seal prevents dripping.

A sleek, slender profile makes the 24 oz Tritan On the Go bottle easy and comfortable to hold. An integrated loop on the lid makes the bottle easy to handle and allows you to attach the bottle to your pack with the aid of a carabiner.

Sold individually, the Nalgene 24 oz Tritan On the Go water bottle is available in your choice of colors.

Colors available: Blue, Red, Spring Green

Nalgene part numbers: 341902, 341901, 341900

Product Reviews

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Nalgene 24 oz Tritan On the Go Water Bottle

Average customer rating:
Number of reviews: 3

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  • Doowan L. Pebble Beach CA
    2/20/2013

    Likes: Light weight and affordable. Safe plastic also helps.

    Dislikes: None

  • PAMELA C S. BERKELEY CA
    1/5/2010

    Likes: Beautiful color (blue). Easy to hold even with gloves on. I got these bottles as a BPA-free replacement for my Nalgene Lexan qt bottles. Here's how they worked for hiking & backpacking. Unlike ultralight alternatives, you can pour boiling water in them to make soup or cowboy coffee. They fit std water filters & fit in the half-height outside pockets on my 2 packs(Women's GoLite Quest (fits 2/ pocket); & Women's Deuter Futura Zero 40 SL (fits 1/pocket).) Use a carabiner to secure them to the bungee tie-downs or compression straps. (Else they tend to pop out as you move.) With a sleeping bag in the bottom of your pack, you may have to use a compression stuff sac to cram it all in. YMMV

    Dislikes: The snap top cap came loose in my pack a couple of times; also, it was a nuisance to use and clean on the trail with thick items like frozen soups & smoothies. I replaced the tops with Camelback lids with the easy-carry loop. Regular Nalgene lids also work but provide no way of clipping the bottles to pack securements.

  • Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer
    8/14/2009

    Likes: I have used the larger Nalgene bottles for years and find them virtually indestructible. The smaller 24 oz bottle with the carrying loop is ideal for around town use.

    Dislikes: nothing