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Sigg Sports/Classic drinks bottle
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Sigg Sports/Classic drinks bottle

 
Sigg Sports/Classic drinks bottle

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Sigg Sports/Classic drinks bottle

Manufacturer: Sigg

Your Opinion: 
 - 3 Votes
 

 

Page By: mountainmanmark

Created/Edited: Mar 26, 2008 / Mar 27, 2008

Object ID: 5170

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Product Description

Before hydration packs became popular in the mountains and hills the Sigg drinks bottle ruled the roost and was common place. An extremely durable, high quality, lightweight water bottle, made from a single piece of extruded aluminium which is then coated with a “taste-inert, food-compatible, stove enamel”.


To visit the Sigg website, including a link to see how they are made click here

Features

Sizes: 0.4l, 0.5l, 0.6l, 0.75l, 1.0l, 1.5l

Colours:
Numerous solid colours either plain or with ever changing graphic designs 
 









Designs:
Traveller Classic, Traveller Oval, various sports bottle designs
Bottle tops/caps: Traditional Traveller Screw Top, Sports cap, Active Bottle Top. All Sigg bottle caps are interchangeable

Available Accessories

Neoprene Insulated pouch – designed to keep contents warm or cold for a few hours, includes a Velcro strap to aid carrying

Nylon Insulation pouch – designed to insulate contents from 3-5 hours, water repellent.

Nordic Walking Belt – ‘bum bag’ for your Sigg Bottle and mobile, made from waterproof nylon with high visibility reflective strips

Hydrotube
- Attachment designed to turn your sig bottle into a hydration pack

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Reviews

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mountainmanmarkExcellent

Voted 5/5

Had one of these whilst at university in north Wales. Everyone had them, very durable, light weight. Tendency to get rather dented, but then that added to their charm and tales.
Posted Mar 26, 2008 7:46 pm

alpinelightThe best

Voted 5/5

I will agree they are durable and light weight. We have four, one for everyone in the family. I was always breaking my lexan Nalgene bottles, so I made the change to Sigg. They should last a long time.
Posted May 12, 2011 2:00 pm

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