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How do PRO BIKE TOOL Insulated Water Bottles work?

We’re sure you know that our awesome new Bike Water Bottles have double wall insulation and a foam insulation layer, right? And we’re also certain that you know they keep your water cold longer than other insulated water bottles too?

But how do these clever bottles keep a drink cool for so long?

The bottles are effectively made of two separate bottles, one on the inside and one on the outside, forming the ‘double wall’. This minimises heat transfer by conduction. Having two layers ensures there’s a clear divide between the heat of the outside air and the cool of the drink in the bottle, reducing heat moving between them.

If you only have a single wall to the bottle, the process of conduction means that the heat energy of the external environment transfers into the cool drink, making your water lukewarm and nasty!

Additional to this, the ‘inner bottle’ is wrapped with a high-density foam insulation layer. This foam is a very poor heat conductor, thus further reducing the transfer of warm air from the external environment into the liquid in the bottle.

So, it’s a double whammy – you have two methods of keeping a drink cool, all rolled into one bottle. We’ve tested our Bike Water Bottles against both single wall bottles and competitor insulated bottles – and we beat them all!

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Our Bike Water Bottles are available in black or white, fit perfectly into our Water Bottle Holders and make a perfect companion to your bike rides and any other outdoor adventures!

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