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Kleen Kanteen Water Bottle Review
I bought my first Keen Kanteen four or five years ago. I was so excited to have a flavor-free water bottle (I hate the taste of plastic and glass) and even more excited about all of the bright colors to choose from. Color-coding in a large family is a must! Unfortunately, within a couple of weeks my Kleen Kanteen had several dents and chips in the paint. Within a few months, the water bottle was so dented that it no longer sat flat on a surface. I was really disappointed that after spending about $25, it really only worked well for a couple of months.
We still have a few Kleen Kanteens kicking around our house, but all are scractched and dented and not a single one sits flat.
Kleen Kanteen (Price $16-$55)
*Stainless steel is flavor free
*large color selection
*large size selection
*large lid selection
*paint chips easily
*water bottle dents very easily
*water bottles don’t sit flat for long
This water bottle will probably work just fine for a teen or adult who plans to keep it in their home or office. In my experience, when taking this hiking or hauling it in my van, it was continually getting chipped, scratched and dented. This is not a water bottle that will stand up to the daily use by kids.
The Klean Kanteen gets two stars: I don’t really like it but will keep using it until it dies.