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What Run Oregon is Trying: FLPSDE Dual Chamber Water Bottle

Convenience is everything when you’re a busy person and even more so if you’re moving constantly. Being a personal trainer and running coach means I’m not sitting at a desk most days and I need “grab and go” options that make sense.

The FLPSDE Dual Chamber Water Bottle solves so many problems in just one awesome insulated bottle. What makes this bottle different is that you can put cold or hot liquids inside, screw the top on, and flip it upside down and fill the other side with dry goods, whether that be a snack or a set of keys. Each side of the unit has a leak-proof seal and the chambers are vacuum insulated. There’s no danger of your liquids leaking into the dry side, and likewise your pretzels will stay separate and dry.

The outer chamber for liquids holds 20 oz, which is a tad small if you plan to be gone for awhile, but perfect if you are just running errands. It’s also easy enough to refill, with an easy-peasy screw-top lid. The stainless steel stays hot or cold for hours. I can put cold water in it in the morning and it is still cold in the afternoon a few hours later. It also seals easily and does not leak whatsoever.

The inner chamber is 7 oz, which is just enough room for a small snack like some trail mix or some gummy bears. Or if you prefer, you can put your keys in it, your headphones, or something else on the smaller side. Like with the liquid chamber, it seals easy and doesn’t leak.

The outer shell of the bottle contains a silicone ring around the middle which feels great and won’t slide easily out of your hands if you’re a klutz like me. The bottle itself is not obnoxiously large and fits in most cup holders.

The FLPSDE bottle is also super easy to clean. It’s not dish-washer safe, (as stainless steel vessels typically aren’t,) but the chamber inside the cup can be removed to clean.

I’ve already found the FLPSDE water bottle to be really convenient. I often put it in my car for after a run and if it’s a hot day, I can return to cold water.  With as much time as I spend in my car, this bottle will be a great tool for me all summer long. 

Company:

FLPSDE – Find them on Facebook here 

Products & Price:

Dual Chamber Water Bottle  ($34.99) – Find it on Amazon here

Specs (from website):

  • Patent-Pending Dual Chamber design
  • 20 oz Outer/7 oz Inner (27 oz Total Capacity)
  • Heavy-Duty Stainless Steel construction to keep contents safe and tasting how they should
  • Vacuum Insulated Outer Chamber keeps items cold/hot for hours
  • Removable Inner Chamber delivers exceptional access for simple and efficient cleaning
  • Innovative Inner Chamber keeps your adventure essentials separate from the Outer Chamber
  • BPA free materials
  • Durable silicone band provides the perfect amount of grip for any excursion
  • Wide mouth on each end for easy loading
  • Broad, low-profile caps for a sturdy foundation no matter which end is up and an extended lip that fits fingers for simple, upright carrying
  • 75″ Tall by 3.25″ Wide

More about FLPSDE:

Like our products, we’re Made For Adventure. Whether we’re exploring remote landscapes and cultures, sizing up a jump at a motocross track, paddling out in an exotic location, or getting fresh tracks on a powder day, we seek the adventure in every moment.

At FLPSDE, we love to dream and innovate, and we aren’t afraid to ask, “What if?” There is so much to learn, see, and do on this wonderful planet, and each new experience leaves us hungry for more. If you see us out there, stop and say hi!

Thank you to FLPSDE for providing us with a sample pack. Please read our transparency page for info on how we do our reviews.

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About Nikki Mueller (423 Articles)
I'm the owner of Healthy Girl Fitness and I'm a personal trainer, certified AFAA group exercise instructor, and an RRCA certified running coach in SW Portland. I am also the mother of two young boys and am on the board at my youngest son's school. I led a relatively inactive life throughout my 20's until I discovered the world of fitness and running. I ran my first marathon in 2006 and haven't looked back since.

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