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Field Test: Takeya 24 Oz. insulated beverage bottle Well designed, rugged and it does its job keeping everything 'cool'

by Mike Lednovich, Editor/Publisher

After three months of taking our Takeya beverage bottle just about everywhere we travel in and around Amelia Island, Fl., we can say this product is a winner.

First, it fits in most golf cart beverage holders, which is a big plus.

Second, the folks at Takeya have incorporated just about every feature a golfer or anybody active and on the go would want.

Takeya’s original “Spout Lid” ensures the ideal drinking experience for active use, – sip, pour, or chug (without removing the entire lid)- meaning you can drive your cart with one hand and easily sip from the bottle with the other.  Takeya’s patented, leak-proof, Original Spout Lid™ is the ultimate combination of wide mouth convenience and narrow mouth drinkability.

The bottle’s leak-proof twist cap prevents accidental spills, while the Hinge-Lock™ keeps the smaller sipping cap out of the way while drinking.
It includes a tough wide loop handle with smooth swing action for all day carrying comfort. The handle has a stainless steel hinge pin for extra durability.

The bottle’s double powder coat makes it easy to grip and protects your hands against heat generated by the sun.

Crafted from food grade 18/8 stainless steel, Takeya’s BPA-free, insulated bottles feature a sweat-free double-wall design and wide mouth to fit ice and allow for easy cleaning. We tried all types of beverages and the results were after 24 hours, there was still considerable ice left in the bottle.

This is a rugged, well made bottle and we especially like the overall design that cradles perfectly in your hand.

There’s a rubber bumper that fits on the bottom of the bottle to keep it from rattling noises when you place the bottle on a table or hard surface.

 

Currently priced at $27.99. Takeya includes a lifetime warranty on its complete line of beverage bottles.

“Developers of this bottle did all the thinking for me. Finally a bottle with a size and a shape that fits in my cup holders and a cap I can’t lose. I won’t be wasting my time looking for either because they’re connected. My hot stays hot and my cold stays cold. My only worry is theft because it is coveted by all.” said reviewer Phil Anders.

For more information go to https://takeyausa.com/products/originals-24oz-insulated-stainless-steel-water-bottle

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French Lick: Donald Ross and Pete Dye at their finest

If the golf courses at French Lick Resort aren’t on your must-play list, adjust it. The Indiana boyhood home of NBA Hall of Famer Larry Bird also has two layouts that are turning the hoops hotbed into a golf playground as well.

Takeya sports bottles: “Bring the heat, keep your cool” There's lots to like about the company's on the go line of beverage bottles

By Mike Lednovich, Editor/Publisher

Takeya, a Huntington Beach, Ca. based company brings the “cool” to sports water bottles and Brian Martelon cites six features that make Takeya superior to competitors.

“Golfers can sip, chug or pour their beverage without having to remove the entire lid off the bottle,” Martelon said.  “Takeya’s unique spout lid allows you to control the amount of liquid you want to take in, from a little to a lot. You can control the flow.”

Takeya bottles are insulated and crafted from pure 18/8 stainless steel, with the promise to keep your favorite drink ice cold for 24 hours, or steaming hot for up to 12 hours.

“Our double-walled, vacuum insulated design ensures that our bottles are completely condensation-free,” Martelon said.

Takeya features a doubled powder coating for a sure grip and increased durability.

“Then we added a removable silicone bumper to minimize the inevitable dents and dings of an active lifestyle. The bumper also allows for a quiet set-down, and helps your bottle stay secure in any oversize cup holder,” Martelon explained. “The days of rattling in the golf cart cup holder are over.”

All Takeya bottles combine the convenience of a wide mouth opening – to easily add ice and easy to clean – with the drinkability of a narrow mouth. “There’s no more spilling down your shirt, or no more coming to a full stop in a golf cart to drink,” Martelon said.

Bottle sizes range from 18 ounces to 64 ounces and the company also offers custom laser logos and a rainbow of colors.

For more information go to https://takeyausa.com/

 

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French Lick: Donald Ross and Pete Dye at their finest

If the golf courses at French Lick Resort aren’t on your must-play list, adjust it. The Indiana boyhood home of NBA Hall of Famer Larry Bird also has two layouts that are turning the hoops hotbed into a golf playground as well.