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  1. nursey Reply
    31 of 31 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great gift for someone who has EVERYTHING, August 30, 2016
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    nursey (Grand Rapis, Mi) –

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    This review is from: Best Sports Water Bottle – 32oz Large – Fast Flow, Flip Top Leak Proof Lid w/ One Click Open – Non-Toxic BPA Free & Eco-Friendly Tritan Co-Polyester Plastic
    I got this for my oldest daughter, for her birthday, and she has EVERYTHING. She has told me numerous times how much she loves this water bottle.. She takes it everywhere. No leaks, carries large amounts, so its a perfect gift,… Thanks so much , for on time delivery and so helpful. Couldn’t be happier !!!
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  2. M G Reply
    26 of 26 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Search is Over, February 1, 2016
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    M G (Tampa, FL USA) –

    Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Best Sports Water Bottle – 32oz Large – Fast Flow, Flip Top Leak Proof Lid w/ One Click Open – Non-Toxic BPA Free & Eco-Friendly Tritan Co-Polyester Plastic
    I’m a huge fan of this water bottle. I took advantage of the 15%-off deal for the 32 oz. + 18 oz. set and have subsequently become an evangelist of the Word of Embrava to friends and family. After owning, testing, and researching plastic, glass, and stainless steel bottles over the years, I have finally found everything I wanted in a water bottle, just the way I wanted it.

    o Perfect size--this may not be unique to the brand, but finding this size with all the other features I wanted IS. It’s just large enough I only have to fill this 3 times to meet my daily hydration needs. Any smaller and I’ve lost count by noon; any bigger and it won’t fit in any size cupholder.
    o Fast flow--as one other reviewer said, “No more sucking on weird plastic nipples!” Important when you’re trying to sip gracefully in front of 26 snickering college kids. Drinking, pouring, filling and cleaning are all easy and straightforward.
    o No facial assault--the lid has a bump on the hinge that catches and holds it open while you drink. I worry that this might wear down after a lot of use, but 1) the quality is such that I doubt it, and 2) I’d happily buy a replacement anyway.
    o One-handed operation--this is SO KEY for me. Even locked, it’s easy to flip down the locking catch, push the button which releases the lid with enough pressure that it automatically catches on the hinge-lock (I often guide it with my finger because it really pops out there). One finger to close & latch, then thumb the lock back into position. AMAZING.
    o Secure lid--there are nifty little rubber stoppers on the inside of the flip cap that seal the drinking & air openings, and the outside of the lid fits securely (although not airtight) against the surface. It’s ridiculous how klutzy and distracted I get when I’m working, and those seals has saved more than one electronic gadget from drowning.
    o Beautiful design--like an Italian leather motorcycle jacket, this little star is elegant, sporty and a bit tough. The exterior is durable, BPA-free uninsulated plastic in a soft, frosted matte grey. The graphics feature clean white sans-serif type (“Fortune favors the brave” and “Embrava”) and the ram logo. I’m a designer, so yeah--looks matter (I’m a little shallow that way).
    o Extra secure lanyard--I can attest to this because the first thing I did was try to remove it on both bottles. It’s doable, but it takes some commitment, patience and dexterity. No need for an arm workout that day.

    The one and only tiny, whiny complaint I have was that I had to learn to sip a little differently (to be fair, many new water bottles have required some adaptation on my part). My first attempt to drink straight on got me a poke in the chin from the latch and a close call with the lid, which I hadn’t pushed far enough open. I’ve since formed the habit of turning the bottle a few degrees clockwise so my chin doesn’t touch the latch and I can see clearly over the top of the bottle; I can totally live with that.

    Embrava water bottle, don’t change a thing--you’re perfect just the way you are. (Except maybe to market different colors with different inspirational quotes? You heard it here first!)

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  3. Sean Ryce Reply

    half these yoga mats on the market or toxic and even if thier not to toxic I cant recycle them to turn into something else #notrecyclingupcycling #cradletocradle

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  4. Lý Dũ Hương Reply

    beautiful girl 3d image

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  5. Jack Rippers Reply

    stick to #riverDancing whiteface

    #honkyYoga

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  6. JAMJ30 Reply

    you saved me I purchased the manduka pro lite, after this I cancelled it and got the Jade :)

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  7. onemouse1 Reply

    looking at my first yoga mat. don't want to "break the bank," but want good quality.

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  8. Keith Bissell Reply

    Hi Brett thanks for the great channel, enjoying it. After watching your review l bought the Lifeforme mat. Definitely a good buy ?

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  9. AyoLiag Reply

    Have you tried the BMat???

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  10. Natalie Jacobs Reply

    I am new to your channel and am in serious need of new yoga mat between doing yoga in heated rooms and taking yoga training, I just can not figure out which mat I should get. If you could give me your advice I would be so thankful (I do get very sweaty hands and feet), thank you.

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  11. Adam Law Reply

    Too much promotion

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  12. Maria Romi Reply

    I buy that bolster and i loved! Tank u very much

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  13. Larry Choate Reply

    Have you ever tried the Manduka LiveOn mat? I'm currently debating between that and the eKO mat. I really appreciate your review on the eKO mat and it pretty much confirms what I needed to know about that one. I'm just really curious about the LiveOn mat. There is a pretty significant price difference ($58 for the LiveOn and $88 for the eKO). so if I can save $30 and still have great performance, that would be awesome! FWIW I mostly do vinyasa and tend to sweat a lot so good grip is a must. Thanks!!

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  14. Paul Fuller Reply

    hi I'm 6'2" with long arms n legs wanted a thicker pad anything pad you think I'm going to like in particular? thank you :)

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  15. Ricardo Hernandez Reply

    I bought the pro mini, spent a lot of money, and I was slipping, my hands sweat a lot. now I don't practice.. :'-(

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  16. Satya G Reply

    You talk too much

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  17. Maria Gonzalez Reply

    Thank you!!!

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  18. chris carpcatcher king Reply

    We hope one day our yoga mat is in your top 5 thumbs up

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  19. chris carpcatcher king Reply

    Hi guys our new yoga mat is available on Amazon.co.uk you only pay for delivery as we are looking for your honoust reviews please check the link we are sending them first class delivery.see promotion on our page and enter the code at checkout!
    Thanks All Purpose Thick Cushioned Green NBR Yoga Mat With Free carry strap.provides great supp… https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01A60VDCC/ref=cm_sw_r_awd_7Ld2wb9CVR8NE

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  20. Nathalie Rodrigue Hasselback Reply

    What do you think about folding, easier to cary/travel/fit in a bag Yoga Mat? i.e. Gaiam Foldable Yoga Mat, 2mm or ,Khataland YoFoMat – Best Travel Yoga Mat, Foldable, with Travel Bag, Extra Long 72-Inch…

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  21. メキシコ人 Reply

    That's a lot of mats. You should give me one.

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