Thank you for your Owner Review, your initial edits will follow. They
will take the following format;
EDIT: must be changed
Edit: should be changed but will be left to your discretion
Comment: just that or something to think about
When you have made the changes please repost here with REPOST added
to the subject line. Include your name also please.
Some very helpful information may be found here;
Please notice the form that the review should take in the "Examples",
you may also wish to browse the reviews of other experienced members
for examples of the proper form.
A helpful tool is the Mentoring Program that teams new reviewers with
experienced veterans to help get them through their first review(s).
If you'd like more assistance or guidance with the process you can
request a mentor by sending an email to the mentor coordinator,
Jennifer Koles, at mentor@...
***Listed Weight: Empty 6 oz (170 g)
EDIT: where are you getting this number? The web site does not have
it that I can find. If not from them it should be listed as N/A
EDIT: this all needs to go Shaun. We try to discourage reviewers from
copying the manufacturer's descriptions. But this came from REI's
site and that is flat not allowed.
Sit down with the bottle next to your computer and just describe it.
You can refer to the company site for materials info and such, or the
packaging that it came with.
***variety of temperatures from 30 F (-.1 C) to 100 F (38 C).
EDIT: you have a period at -1 C
***I've used the Camelbak 0.75 L bottle on every day hike
EDIT: we have to put conversions for all numbers, if you want you can
just refer to it as the Camelbak bottle from here on out and save a
bunch of conversion numbers
***My trips have totaled 50 days of use over 30 expeditions.
Comment: sweet, gotta love getting out
***The cup and oz measurements written on the side of this bottle
Edit: are there only Imperial measurements on it, or does it have
metric marks also?
***Things I like:
-Wide variety of colors
EDIT: do you have a wide variety of the colors?
***-Loop to put a carabiner on so it can attach to a backpack
EDIT: you should mention this use in your report if you do it.
***Things I don't like:
-Rubber mouth piece hurts my teeth after a while
Comment: this would really be good information to share in the body
of your review also. How long does it take to become bothersome? What
starts hurting? Your teeth themselves or your jaw, etc.?