Camelbak Advertises Lifetime Warranty, Even Honors It If You're Clumsy

Camelbak Advertises Lifetime Warranty, Even Honors It If You're Clumsy

Mike really likes his Camelbak water bottle. He carried it everywhere, and then dropped it and it broke. He was briefly sad, then purchased a replacement. He sent in a warranty claim by e-mail, though, just to see what would happen. What happened was that the company sent him a new replacement lid. Yay! [More]

Coca-Cola Helps Put Kibosh On Grand Canyon Water Bottle Ban

Coca-Cola Helps Put Kibosh On Grand Canyon Water Bottle Ban

Discarded plastic bottles account for around 30% of trash at the Grand Canyon, so in an effort to reduce the amount of waste left behind by the oodles of visitors, the park was all set to launch a ban on the sale of bottled water. But then, after the folks at Coca-Cola voiced their concerns, a top national park official decided to pull the plug on the program. [More]

Colleges Banning Sale Of Bottled Water On Campus

Colleges Banning Sale Of Bottled Water On Campus

The college students of America have a drinking problem, but it’s not what you think. [More]

Kleen Kanteen Sends New Bottle Cap, Packs A Snack

Kleen Kanteen Sends New Bottle Cap, Packs A Snack

Omar recently had a great experience with Kleen Kanteen, makers of fine, Meg-approved stainless steel water bottles. He tells Consumerist that they replaced the cap of his bottle free of charge. They even enclosed a delicious snack for him in the package. What? Amazing! [More]

SIGG, Where Are My Replacement Water Bottles?

SIGG, Where Are My Replacement Water Bottles?

Back in August, SIGG USA announced that metal, plastic-lined water bottles it had sold as “BPA-free” did, in fact, have plastic liners containing BPA. While the company insisted that the chemical didn’t leach into water. Reader Cassi owned eight bottles, and decided to participate in Sigg’s exchange program. Too bad the “exchange” part of the transaction isn’t going very smoothly.

SIGG Will Replace BPA-Containing Bottles For Free

SIGG Will Replace BPA-Containing Bottles For Free

Last week, Swiss company SIGG splashed a bunch of ice water in the faces of consumers who go out of their way to avoid products containing bisphenol-A (BPA). The company announced that the linings formerly used in their aluminum bottles did, in fact, contain the controversial substance.

Industry Brainstorms How To Convince Consumers BPA Isn't The Devil

Industry Brainstorms How To Convince Consumers BPA Isn't The Devil

As studies continue to link bisphenol-A (BPA) with all sorts of health problems, states and cities are banning the chemical from baby bottles and sippy cups and Congress is considering a ban in all food containers. This worries industry groups, who last week held a private meeting to devise strategy to protect the use of BPA. Someone sent the notes to the Washington Post.