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I just got a Brita Fill N Go bottle, and I just love it. Serves the purpose perfectly when I am at work. The only problem I have, is keeping the water cold for a long period of time. The squeeze bottle is nice and plyable, easy to squeeze, but it does not insulate for very long.<br><br><br><br>
Has anyone ever come across a insulated bottle holder that is 9 1/2 inhes tall, and about 2 inches in diameter?
 

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I dont mean to be offensive or anything . . . is dont take this the wrong way, . . . but you could post this sort of thing in the sult or mah haha thread. (you may get better responses that way too.)
 

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I just purchase an insulated holder and bottle called Ice Bound by "Thermos". It holds 500 ml and squeezes nicely but it doesn't filter the water. I bought it because it has a shoulder strap and is so convienent for walking. I just checked to see if the Brita Fill N Go will fit and it won't--too bad. Maybe you could get some Crafty person to sew you something with insulated material.<br><br><br><br>
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Any crafty people out there.. that would be able to make such an item for me... please PM me. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/smiley.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title=":)"><br><br><br><br>
Or if anyone knows of anyone else that can sew.
 

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I had that problem, too. Maybe see if you can find some plyable foam, at a fabric store or something (or an old foam exercise mat) and cut enough to fit around it and sew the two ends together. It might be hard to find the right kind of foam, though.
 
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