I switch between my old Nalgene and my new steel one... the steel one is small... I'll probably switch out the Nalgene for a large steel one soon :)
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We have changed our bottles to metal/stainless steel. Even the little ones the kids take in their lunch are stainless steel. It's just easier than worrying about if they are safe/if they are not safe....and they have such cool ones out there!
I switched over all our Nalgene bottles to aluminum for Christmas last year. Some of them can be super expensive, but I found Subzero brand aluminum water bottles at Walgreens - 3 for $10! They're exactly the same as a lot of other brands that start at $10 each. Only thing I wish they had is a different kind of lid so it's easier to drink when you're riding or working out.
At home we use glass water bottles I fill them up and always have a few bottles in the fridge.Sometimes I put lemon or lime in my water for flavor. Because glass bottles break, I decided to go out and buy couple of stainless water bottles. This is what I use to carry my water in when I go out.
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