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January 25, 2013

Drink 'N Clip Bottle Holder

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From the website:

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When clipped onto a bottle with a neck, the stainless steel Drink 'N Clip Bottle Holder becomes an instant handle.

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Not only is that incredibly convenient, but it also means while you're enjoying the cold beverage of your choice you won't have a drippy sweaty bottle in your hands.

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But the best feature of the Drink 'N Clip is this: when you're trekking through an airport, at a concert, out hiking,  or playing disc golf or lawn games, you can clip this puppy right onto your belt or pocket, bottle and all, and bam! — you're hands-free for the task at hand, with your beverage right at your side.

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Imagine the envious looks you'll get from the Drink 'N Clip-less crowd, walking around juggling their drippy sweaty bottles, wishing they could put them down for a moment — wishing they were you.

As an added bonus, the Drink 'N Clip comes with a size #0 plastic S-Biner that will allow you to clip it nearly anywhere when it's not in use, keeping it handy for your next beverage.

Details:

• Universal sizing — fits most bottles with 1"Ø neck

• Dimensions: 2.3" x 2" x 1.1"

• Weight: 0.21 oz.

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$3.39 (drink not included).

January 25, 2013 at 08:01 PM | Permalink


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I have a plastic version of this called the Aqua Clip. aquaclip.com I have had it for a couple of years and I use it at least 3 to 4 times a week when I go for short hikes. The only downside is that if it is warm out and the water is cold the condensation will get your pants wet. I like the idea of using stainless steel instead of plastic for the clip and if mine ever breaks I will try this one.

Posted by: Ken | Jan 25, 2013 9:07:43 PM

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