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Free Gear Fridays: Win 2 Insulated Water Bottles From Purist

person holding a Purist Maker bottle in rush, a red maroon color with the scope lid..(Photo/Purist)
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Here at GearJunkie, we test a lot of gear. And we’re fortunate to test new, cutting-edge products. Now, we want to give you the chance to win some gear too.

This week, five lucky winners will each receive two flavor-saving Purist water bottles: a 10-ounce Maker in limited-edition Rush red and an 18-ounce Mover in Ash gray. Each water bottle comes with a Scope lid.

person pouring pour-over coffee into a Purist Mover 18 oz to-go canister.

More on the Prize

You might think this is just another in a sea of insulated bottle brands. But Purist builds its bottles a bit differently.

Inspired by the lotus effect, Purist transforms silicon dioxide into a glass finish that lays overtop the surgical steel typically seen in stainless steel tumblers. By doing so, the 60-nanometer layer of glass provides a barrier between your favorite beverage and the stainless steel.

Though you can’t see it, the glass prevents the stainless steel from changing the taste of your beverage, allowing for the flavors you intended — and nothing else. You might worry about having a glass component in a beverage container. But, according to the brand, the glass layer is unbreakable due to it being ultra-thin.

These bottles are double-wall vacuum insulated to keep beverages hot for 12 hours or cold for 24 hours. In this prize package, winners will also receive Purist’s Scope lid for both the Maker and the Mover. This BPA-free, leakproof lid is designed for all-around sipping with its 360-degree outer ring that also adjusts to your preferred flow.

More on the Brand

Purist emerged from its founders’ conviction that taste should never be compromised. Whether it’s a metallic tinge or a hint of last week’s coffee, your Purist bottle won’t retain any unwanted tastes (as one of our editors can confirm). Purist bottles are designed in California and made in China.

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