THE HYDRO FLASK 32oz vs. THE COLDEST 32oz – Which do you think is colder?
Nowadays in this fast pacing world, it is a must to have a water bottle as part of your Everyday Carry Kit. When it comes to lifestyle, sports, or your daily activity it is very important to become hydrated. Thus, an insulated water bottle is indeed very useful when it comes to its ability to keep its temperature contained, which is great for both cold and hot drinks.
But you may be asking yourself what the best-insulated water bottle is and to that, our friend Joe has conducted an experiment to show which bottle would keep its cool for the longest time.
The most common standard that manufacturers use to market a product’s capabilities is how long the fluids will stay cold or warm when stored in the bottle. In this experiment, we filled the bottle (both are 32 oz) with ice up to the top as evenly as possible and then added water and retained it for 24 hours. After 24 hours the water has been temperature checked, The Coldest Water Bottle’s Temperature is 33F while the Hydro flasks are at 44F, we extended it to 48 hours from the beginning of the experiment. For Coldest Water Bottle we officially state that it can keep up to 36 hours but we do officially know that it can keep for much longer. After 48 hours, we did a temperature check and The Coldest Water Bottle is at 47F while the Hydro Flask is at 63F.
DISCLAIMER: All content in this video is for informational and entertainment purposes only and does not constitute certified or licensed experiments.
Feel free to perform your own experiments and make your own opinions.
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