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christophhh 07-15-13 02:05 PM

What Water bottles are these?
 
Does anyone know what water bottles these are and where I can get them?

Apologies if this is in the wrong forum, seemed like the only one that fit!

Cheers!

http://img41.imageshack.us/img41/5407/nxyk.jpg

GT4 07-15-13 02:15 PM

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mash sf purist bottles

http://mashsf.tumblr.com/page/7

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christophhh 07-15-13 02:31 PM

Thanks! Do you know where I can buy them? It looks like they are not for sale on their shop: http://shop.mashsf.com/

fietsbob 07-15-13 03:30 PM

They bought them printed with that Logo, From Specialized

http://specializedwaterbottles.com/purist/

is the bottle or the graphics plus the bottle important ?

You can get your Specialized bike shop to order the bottles .

they may already have them with their shop Logo on them.

the imprint job has a minimum order.

christophhh 07-15-13 03:40 PM


Originally Posted by fietsbob (Post 15854055)
They bought them printed with that Logo, From Specialized

http://specializedwaterbottles.com/purist/

is the bottle or the graphics plus the bottle important ?

You can get your Specialized bike shop to order the bottles .

they may already have them with their shop Logo on them.

the imprint job has a minimum order.

Yeah, it's the graphics specifically! Know where I can order ones that look just like it? Those purist bottles look cool too - so thats a bonus!

spinnaker 07-15-13 04:56 PM

I'd be more interested in seeing the rest of that sailboat. :)

GT4 07-15-13 05:29 PM

No idea where you can buy them. Here in SF, we have the only Mash SF store which is really cool. They probably know how to get them. They might be an exclusive run, dunno.

TromboneAl 07-15-13 05:47 PM

I got a purist water bottle from Art's Cyclery to get my total above $50 and avoid a shipping charge.

The features section says:

"The Purist technology shields the bottle from odor, staining and mold build up, so all you taste is the water. "

and

"Purist™ inner surface uses a flexible glass infusion to keep your water pure and your bottle clean."

It's just not true. The water from this bottle tastes plastic-y. I have other bottles from which water has no plastic taste, so it's not me. Apparently removing taste is some kind of rocket science.

wahoonc 07-15-13 07:00 PM


Originally Posted by spinnaker (Post 15854303)
I'd be more interested in seeing the rest of that sailboat. :)

Probably a big J-Boat fast and uncomfortable as all get out.

Aaron :)

fietsbob 07-15-13 08:45 PM


Yeah, it's the graphics specifically! Know where I can order ones that look just like it?
Those purist bottles look cool too - so thats a bonus!

you need to buy them from that particular shop then ..

Maybe.. Go old school , call them on the Telephone.. talk.

TromboneAl 07-21-13 10:06 AM


Originally Posted by TromboneAl (Post 15854446)
I got a purist water bottle from Art's Cyclery to get my total above $50 and avoid a shipping charge.

The features section says:

"The Purist technology shields the bottle from odor, staining and mold build up, so all you taste is the water. "

and

"Purist™ inner surface uses a flexible glass infusion to keep your water pure and your bottle clean."

It's just not true. The water from this bottle tastes plastic-y. I have other bottles from which water has no plastic taste, so it's not me. Apparently removing taste is some kind of rocket science.

In fairness to Specialized I'd like to retract that. Perhaps I didn't clean the bottle sufficiently, but doing a taste test recently, I didn't notice any plastic taste.


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