Reddit Reddit reviews Neiko 71010 Stainless Steel Sports Water Bottle with Wide Mouth, 0.75L | BPA Free

We found 9 Reddit comments about Neiko 71010 Stainless Steel Sports Water Bottle with Wide Mouth, 0.75L | BPA Free. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Neiko 71010 Stainless Steel Sports Water Bottle with Wide Mouth, 0.75L | BPA Free
Durable BPA-free stainless steel water bottle with extra wide mouth for camping, cycling and other outdoor usesDishwasher safe on top rack and easy to clean with just a quick rinse of waterWon't impart a metal taste that is common in aluminum bottlesHolds 0.75 liters of liquid; slim cylindrical design fits all standard cup holders as well as bicycle and backpack bottle cagesSealed plastic leak-proof screw top; extra wide mouth for slipping in ice cubes to keep your drinks cold
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9 Reddit comments about Neiko 71010 Stainless Steel Sports Water Bottle with Wide Mouth, 0.75L | BPA Free:

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/product_design
u/Nenotriple · 2 pointsr/turning

This is an off the wall thought.

You could buy a thin walled metal bottle like this one.

Then turn the cup inner diameter to match the metal bottle. Just glue the bottle into the wood and you're good to go. You could cut the top off, and smooth it over, or leave it with a twist cap.

u/ski3 · 1 pointr/weddingplanning


Personalized Totebags- They've come in and the quality is actually a lot nicer than I expected, especially for the price. There's even a small organization pocket on the inside. I thought these would be nice so my girls all have a place to carry their stuff for the weekend, and they'll also be useful for everyday life afterwards as well.

Personalized Tumblers- I thought these would be nice for helping keep everyone hydrated over the weekend and since they're personalized, my bridesmaids don't have to worry about accidentally sharing someone else's germs. The straw will be good for not messing up lipstick and makeup while drinking while getting ready. These can also be useful after the wedding weekend as well.

Plaid Flannel Shirts- I bought everyone a men's plaid flannel shirt for an oversized look (and a comfortable feel). I plan on having everyone wear these while getting ready. A few of my bridesmaids already know about these and are extremely excited because they love plaid flannels and wear them a lot in every day life.

Talaria Flats- I thought these would be nice for everyone to use on the wedding day and it makes it so the bridesmaids have one less thing to worry about buying and coordinating. Two of my bridesmaids have allergies to specific metals so i wanted to avoid jewelry as I didn't want to cause anyone a reaction, so we're going with coordinated shoes instead. They're also extremely comfortable and will be great for our outdoor wedding.

Bridesman- I also got him a plaid flannel shirt and a personalized tumbler (his is much more masculine than the ones I got for the girls). I also got him socks (which match the groomsmen's socks) and a dopp kit. We'll also be getting him a tie in the same color as the bridesmaid's dresses.


Wall-mounted bottle openers- My fiancé is DIYing them for everyone. He really likes working with wood and most of the groomsmen have recently gotten really into craft beer, so he's excited for that.

Beer- My fiancé is going to brew his own beer to give to the groomsmen. if there's some leftover (there probably will be), we'll also probably give a bottle to everyone else in the wedding party as well.

Socks- Same as the bridesmaid's socks.

Bow Ties- We plan on buying everyone matching bow ties.

Water Bottles- Another item that is nice to have to keep everyone hydrated over the weekend, but that can also be used again in everyday life after the wedding.


We actually just ordered these yesterday! We ordered them matching necklaces customized to our wedding colors (which happen to be both of their favorite colors as well). We also plan on getting them a gift box of these really cool-looking (and amazingly delicious) locally-made chocolates.

Fiancé's Dad (mine's not invited as I haven't seen him since I was 5)

Right now we're debating between getting him a watch or a monogrammed wallet. Like the moms, we also plan on getting him some of those chocolates.

Ring Bearer Handler (our dog is our ring bearer, so we're having a close friend who raises service dog puppies take care of him at the wedding and feel she deserves some kind of thank you too)

She's getting the same tote bag and tumbler that the bridesmaids are getting. We're also filling her tote bag with a variety of dog toys for her to take back home for her own dogs.

We also still need to figure out something to get for our "officiant" (legally, we'll be marrying ourselves because Pennsylvania allows that but not internet ordained ministers. But one of our closest friends, who happens to also be the person that introduced us to each other, is going to be acting as an officiant for the ceremony). Most likely, we'll probably get him something along the same lines as the groomsmen.

u/Take42 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Since I'm on vacation in the rural mountains, I have no access to paper and pencil... So I had to murder my idea in MS Paint. D: I don't know if this counts at all, but it's "hand" "painted" on a laptop trackpad... I... I don't know.

Here's what it's supposed to be of:

u/JoeReally · 1 pointr/bugout

Would something like one of these work?

$20-ish option

Cheap option

u/KatelynnPwnz · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Maybe put together a gift bag of cool healthy/active stuff.

Water bottle

Some sort of diet/healthy eating book

Herbal Tea

Granola bars

Motivational poster

u/iliketorun21 · 1 pointr/running

I've been dealing with plantar fasciitis for a couple of months now. I'm just now feeling like I'm recovering from it. My advice is to respect the injury. The more you push it, the longer you will take to recover. Don't try to do more than you should just because you have a marathon coming up - you'll just make things worse. There's always another race you can run later.

As for what's working for me:

  1. I went to the podiatrist and got some inserts for my shoes which helped. Never walk barefoot if you can help it.

  2. Get a night splint. Seriously, it makes a huge difference in recovery. I've tried several different ones: 1 2 3. The first one (Strassburg Sock) is the best one in my opinion. It's the most comfortable to sleep in and it stretches the plantar fascia the most.

  3. Get a few metal water bottles and fill them up and stick them in the freezer. They're very good for icing your feet, which helps.