I would like to see the lid improved on the great growler
After unboxing, I have the following first impressions The growler is held within a neoprene carrier in a plastic bag. Remove the bottom of the carrier where the bottle is located and get the plastic bag out of the way so you can wash it for the first time. In the second photo you can see that the carrier also has a hand strap sewn into the side, as well as I'll be able to use that very well. In order to identify a genuine growler, turn it over - it shows it has been flipped over This growler has the notice printed on the bottom of the bottle, which some states require on all growlers. I have insulated SS 64 ounce bottles that do not have the notice, so technically I cannot use them for beer refills in some states. The cap lanyard consists of simply two loops of cord tied together. The cord extends over the cap and bottle and drops into grooves attached to the cap and bottle to hold it in place. If cleaning is necessary, it can either be slipped off or both can be slipped off. Lastly, let's take a look at some of (More on that later). It seems that the threads on the bottle are a little shallow. Since the threads of the bottle collar are external, many "chugging" caps that can fit other 64 oz bottles will not fit on this one, as the threads are internal. The only drinking caps I know of are for this bottle, which is a shame, because such a bottle is so much more useful with a drinking cap. As a result of the high insulating value of the bottle, I ran some "quick" tests which actually took much longer than I expected. This is the first test that we will run Then I filled it up with ice from my ice maker and shook and bounced the water until I had no more room. My test began as soon as I put the lid on.
Friday, 1500 pm - 1600 pm I added ice to the pond on Saturday afternoon at 1500 pm - 1600 pm Besides opening and pouring out 5 ounces of water, the can was capped again at 2 am on Sunday. Poured out six more ounces of water, capped, and emptied the whole thing again on Sunday at 8pm I poured out 8 more ounces of water. At this point, it was 54 hours later, there was still a lot of ice in the bottle, and I didn't want to waste another two days waiting for it to melt, so I left the lid off of the bottle. I will be available from 12pm through 1pm on Tuesday. 1500 pm - 1600 pm A total of 94 hours later, the ice had melted and 13 ounces of water had been poured out. Hence, 32 ounces of water totaled to all the ice. The plastic lost only 5/32 to melting the first day, 11/32 to melting in total in the first 36 hours.
Second test - No loss of water from melting. Adding ice again and then topping it up with water, I sealed it up. Wednesday, 6am to 10am The forms are filled out. Whenever I was shaking the bottle, I listened to the ice bounce against the inner layer of the bottle to hear how "heavy" it was. There will be heavy rains through Thursday afternoon at least. It takes place on Friday from 6pm to 9pm The only remaining ice specks are extremely small. As of this stage, the water in the bottle was still very cold. Therefore, this time with liquids and ice involved, I STILL got 54 hours out of it when I left the cap on. I find that ridiculous. What about those shallow threads on the bottle - they basically look like a needle thread in the bottle. The cap leaked somehow between the last two checks on the second test as I tried to tighten it I threaded the cap, but only at an angle very mild, so I could easily miss it. The last time I attempted to open it for the last time it was impossible to remove the cap. In fact, I even used a rubber sheet for jar openers to increase grip, and it didn't come off. I noticed a very slight cross-hatch there at that point I tightened the thread instead of loosening it, and it popped straight down, then I was able to untighten it A bottle with this kind of insulating power is insane. We conducted tests using only the bottle, and we exceeded the 36-hour period listed on the box by a great deal. By using a neoprene carrier, I might have been able to get more time out of it before it The box does not indicate how long it will last for hot liquids, so I did not attempt to test this, but I suspect it would last longer than the 12 hours stated It is the lid that is the only real "problem" with the product. My only wish is that it had an optional lid with a smaller spout so you could drink directly from it, since I intend on using this for electrolyte drinks in the summertime when I'm working outside. It would be much nicer if they rolled slightly deeper threads in the bottle and casted deeper ones in the cap If threading were possible, it would be far more difficult. There are only a few improvements I can see, including ones you mentioned already about the cap and thread, and the ability to choose a number of colors for If you can, I'd like to see a plain stainless steel, a black color, as well as one or two lighter colors. It would be great if there were a light grey neoprene carrier for those leaving it outside too much in the sun. The producer can be informed of these suggestions by GA. I wish I could rate it a 4 however, because it is an amazing book. There should be five stars instead of four. Due to the cap issues, I have to dock one star, which is still more than I would like to do. It is something I'd buy again without any hesitation, in fact. It is a bargain to include the neoprene bag with this, considering that a fitted bag for this size bottle often costs In the past, I have used neoprene carriers put on smaller or differently shaped bottles, but none of them are a good fit, and removal of them is a real struggle. It is quite easy to remove when needed, and the matte finish of the bottle prevents it from sliding around in the bag. Simply unzip the bottom of the bag, then hold the shoulder strap and bounce it a little with your hand under it to grab The following is the text of the letter The following information is from the Dr's version Growing up I always used growlers as water bottles, I wish this one had a cap to use for drinking.
| Jun 22, 2021
A stainless steel cap and additional insulation add to the durability
This is my first growler, and I'm delighted with it. When the growler falls, the stainless steel cap preserves the integrity of the growler. As well as serving as an insulator for the growler, the neoprene adds to its carrying capability. The tool is used every day by me.
| Mar 08, 2021
I can finally say it! As a result, my job is extremely physically demanding
I can make sure I have enough cold water to last me the entire day by using this growler. I also make it a habit to finish the bottle every day so I drink enough water during the Moreover, if I wish to take my kids to the pool or the beach on the weekends, I can fill it with coffee and make sure that there will be enough, it has a comfortable handle and hang strap so that it is easy to take with me. I highly recommend this product!.
| Aug 25, 2020
A very high quality product! The jug will be perfect for my daily water intake goal
I've been trying to increase my water consumption. My morning cup of coffee is filled up before I use it for the entire I can leave my ice cold water in the fridge for ten hours without it freezing. In addition, the carrying case is great and I love the size of it Additionally, it has a strap, which makes it much easier to carry along while hiking!.
| Jul 30, 2020