I have been a long standing fan of Camelbak products. I've had one of their hiking backpacks with the internal bladder systems for probably 15 years, in addition to other products. I've found their water systems to hold up well under rigorous use over time. Recently, they sent me one of their BPA-free Camelbak Relay water pitchers to try.
First, I found that it is easy to use, and dishwasher safe. Even Pierce, who is 7, is able to use the pitcher and refill it, as the lid is spill-proof and stays securely in place with side-locking latches. Holding 10 cups of water, it has a slimline shape so it doesn't take up too much space in the fridge.
On the top, there is a handy dial system to remind you of when you need to change the filtration system. The filters need to be changed every 4 months - they last twice as long as the leading competitor.
Then, just flip the top to refill the pitcher. I cannot stand to drink room temperature water, but I've found if I have cold water in the fridge at all times, I am much more likely to drink it throughout the day. The filter removes 97% of chlorine, taste, and odor.
Facebook site. Camelbak Relay water pitchers are available at Target, Amazon, and Camelbak.com.
Disclaimer: I was sent a Camelbak Relay for review purposes. I was not compensated in any other way for this post. The opinions above are my own.
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