Hydro Flask Review


Hydro Flask 24 oz Water Bottle | Stainless Steel & Vacuum Insulated | Standard Mouth with Leak Proof Flex Cap | Cobalt Blue

My review of the Hydro Flask, stainless steel, and vacuum insulated water bottles.

Personally, I think they are one of the greatest water bottles in the world to have. I discovered mine during a celebration that was going on in downtown Denver, CO. It was 100 degrees out and water was expensive, but you could it cool. The water got hot way too fast. On miserably hot day, most people want something cool to drink. I came across the Hydro Flask booth about that time and she explained to me all the specifications and I was still skeptical. So she took a water bottle, added ice and water, then sat it in the sun. She asked if I would come back a few hours later and she would show me. So I did and I was amazed. Most of the ice had melted, but the water was still cool as if swimming in a nice cool body of water. I knew then I would buy a few because our hike to the Grand Canyon was coming up. Always liking to try new things, I had to check it out and see it for myself.

When we went to the Grand Canyon we filled them, stopped at water stations that had cool water and refilled them, let them stay in the sunshine for hours after 24 to 48 hours, the water was still cool. It wasn’t hot, warm, or anything other that you wouldn’t want to drink on miserably hot summer day at 120 degrees outside. I love the Hydro Flask and own several myself.

Hydro Flask

They come in several shapes and sizes with different shapes and sizes of lids. You can buy replacement parts, lids, etc. for them and the best part is it is backed by a Lifetime Warranty. I have never seen a sport or water bottle do that.

      • Your design in mind: It has a standard mouth, which is ideal for sipping, while still accommodating ice cubes. Also, it has safety at the top-of-mind, as the bottles are made out of non-toxic BPA-free plastics & 18/8 food-grade stainless steel.
      • It’s non-slip grip: Unlike other leading water bottles, Hydro Flask has a powder coat, which does not rub off, which gives you a solid grip. The Powder Coat works with the premium TempShield insulation, which prevents condensation from forming on the outside of the bottle, perfect for needing to keep your grip on it, to give you exactly what you want in an everyday refreshment delivery system.
      • I It is just the right size: It meets your everyday hydration needs in one container, all while keeping it piping hot or ice-cold and fitting comfortably and conveniently in your hand or your vehicles’ cup holders and bicycle bottle racks.
      • It has insulation innovation: The double-walled, vacuum insulated Temp-Shield Insulation, the same technology used in all Hydro Flask products, will ensure that your beverage of choice maintains its temperature for many hours to come. Hot drinks up to 12 hours, and cold drinks up to 24 hours.

They are insulated, flexible, and durable: Designed with stainless steel pivots and a flexible strap, this cap moves when you do. Plus, it’s made with Honeycomb Insulation to keep drinks cold up to 24 hours or hot up to 12 — no matter what the weather’s doing outside.

There are many pros and cons to the hydro flask insulated bottle, as you can see.

PROS: Insulated, keeps temperature (hot for 6 to 12 hours), cold for 24 hours. Easily carried. You can strap it to your hiking pack, bicycle, or sit it in your car. Powdered coat for easy non-slip grip. Double walled vacuum insulation. Different mouths with different lids, so you can get your choice. Spill proof lid or cap. LIFETIME WARRANTY!

CONS: They scuff easily. If dropped too much, they can be dented or the lid broken.

So as you can see, my lists of PROS has done a lot for me, plus I’m an everyday Hydro Flask user. I like to keep my things cold while I’m out hiking, camping, or taking pictures. You have to stay hydrated while you are out and there not anything refreshing about warm water. I would not take another water bottle over this one because I haven’t found anything better.

They are also very well priced, depending on the size, and mouth from $34.95 and up or down. It will be the best investment you make for miserably hot summers day. They also make them to where you can put soup in them and keep it warm. Nice for a chilly day outdoors in the snow.

Try one today because you will not regret it at all. Do not just take my word for it. Go get you one and tell me what you think.




  1. Pastor Dre says:

    Wow!!! great article. Reading this makes me thirsty haha. 

    Very well written and it is true nothing quenches your thirst like some good old fashioned water. 

    That is pretty cool to know that they come in different shapes and sizes. 

    I really like this part of your article: They are insulated, flexible, and durable: Designed with stainless steel pivots and a flexible strap, this cap moves when you do. Plus, it’s made with Honeycomb Insulation to keep drinks cold up to 24 hours or hot up to 12 — no matter what the weather’s doing outside.

    If you need some cool water on a hot day this sounds like something to have aroundd. Thank you for the article. 

    • Sherrane says:

      Thank You. I’m glad you enjoyed it as it helped me for 7 days through the Grand Canyon and there is not any ice there at all. I think everyone should have 1 or 2…

      Much appreciated,

      Sherrane W

  2. Dominic says:

    Thank you Sherrane for sharing Hydro Flask thru this review. It looks like a tall water bottle, just like the ones I have at home. However, my mother is the one currently using it (she brings it at work). The difference between my bottle versus Hydro Flask is the handle in the lid which allows it to be hung in many places. It’s one convenient feature I’m looking for in case I buy a new water bottle. By the way, is Hydro Flask loud every time it drops? Does it have the sound of stainless steel, or is it silent?

    • Sherrane says:

      The Hydro Flask has all different shapes and sizes of bottles, lids, and mouths. The lids all have different designs and handles. It can be easily hooked to a pack or on a tree limb when hiking. It does not add hardly any weight to you when going places.

      The Hydro Flask is not very loud every time it drops because it has the BPA powder coating to keep it from sweating which lessens the noise if dropped.It is not silent when dropped but of course, nothing is but it will not bust or break. I’ve had mine for years and the only thing I replaced was the lid because I got a different style. 

      I can take it to work on a hot summer day and still returned home with ice. I took it through the Grand Canyon a week after I had it and if it was going to be loud, I would notice because there are rocks everywhere there.

      We didn’t have access to ice either so when we refilled at a water station, out water stayed cool for 24 hours, sometimes more. It wasn’t warm when we drank from it and I loved that. I hooked it to my pack and went on hiking.

      Over the years, I have put a few small dents and scratches on it just from hiking and being rough with it. I guarantee you that on a day when it’s 120 degrees outside, you will want this by you. 

      You may want to order 2, because your mother might take 1 to work also. It’s better than the one I use at home which is not a Hydro Flask, and have busted 3 lids. A Hydro Flask has a Lifetime Warranty and you can choose any style, size , or color you want. I just like blue.

      I stand by Hydro Flask 100%, because they have never steered me wrong and have always had great customer service for me. My advice, try 1 for yourself because if you are like me, you are tired of looking for the perfect water bottle to carry with you. If you have any farther questions or comments please feel free to e-mail me or leave them on here.

      Thank You,

      Sherrane W

    • Sherrane says:

      The Hydro Flask has many different options for lids of the different bottles, mouth, and lid sizes. Sometimes it can make a stainless steel sound when it drops a certain way but it is not overly loud. The outer powder coating that’s BPA free, keeps it from sweating on the outside and helps with the sound. I’m not sure what you are using now but the Hydro Flask has a lifetime warranty and it will not break.

      I took mine through the Grand Canyon a week after I got it and it could easily attach to my pack or a hook I had on it to carry something. Believe me, if it was loud like you are thinking, it is not because the Grand Canyon has plenty of rocks.

      I was very skeptical at first, until I got mine and I use it for work and still have ice left on a very hot day, when I get home. The most I have done to mine is scratched it, but a small dent in it from dropping it on pavement or concrete, and I had to replace 1 of my lids because the lid cracked after several hundred falls. It was still usable and did not leak, I just wanted to replace it and who can beat a Lifetime Warranty. 

      Hydro Flask really stands by the product they make. It’s definately better than the 1 I use at home because it has dents, scratches, and /i have replaced the lid 3 times( not Hydro Flask). 

      I’m sure if you got one, your mother would probably switch bottles with you again because she would like it too. So much so, you may have to buy 2.

      Much appreciated and I hope I gave you more information on the Hydro Flask because they are wonderful. If you have any  ore questions, feel free to e-mail me.

      Thank You,

      Sherrane W

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