Push, sip, and press your way to better hydration. The AUTOSPOUT® Tritan Water Bottle features push-button technology for easy one-handed drinking. The leakproof lid means less mess wherever you go, and the spout cover helps to protect the spout from dirt and grime so you can drink confidently. Carrying it around is easy with the integrated handle that swings up and sets back down to stay out of the way. Sip every last drop with the angled pop-up straw that fits securely into the lid. The lid and 100% BPA-free body are top-rack dishwasher-safe for easy cleanups.
Spout cover helps to protect the spout from dirt and grime
Button lock ensures the spout doesn’t pop up accidentally
Integrated carry handle makes it more comfortable to take the bottle on the go
Straw fits securely to the lid and is angled so you can sip every last drop
Lid and BPA-free body are top-rack dishwasher-safe for easy cleanups
Fits most car cup holders
Body Material:BPA-Free Plastic Body
Warranty:Limited Lifetime Guarantee
Dimensions:3.47" W x 10.71" H
Care & Maintenance
Rated 1 out of
Worst iteratation of this bottle style yetThe original Ashland water bottle is fine (it leaks, but it doesn't have nearly as many issues as this bottle does).
First, the hook on the back of the lid is worthless. The original Ashland lid had the clip built in so you could actually hook your bottle onto your bag, but the Ashland 2.0 doesn't come with a clip, and hooking a caribiner to it ensures that the hook can never close all the way, which brings me to the next point: When the hook is open, it interferes with having the straw open. Did they not test this product at all??
Finally, I've had my Ashland 2.0 for less than a month and the push-button for the straw release is already completely broken. For all its faults, at least the original Ashland lid style lasted me for an entire year.
Date published: 2021-09-22
Rated 1 out of
Turned a not so bad design into a horrible oneI bought this water bottle in hopes that they had fixed the little flaws in the previous design, but this is the worst water bottle I have ever used. The straw has to sit in a precise position or you CANNOT drink, but you CAN cause a TMJ flare up when attempting to. After owning it for several months, the silicone port that holds the straw weakens, so now once I actually get the straw into a position where fluid can actually be extracted, I end up sucking up 75% air and 25% water.
My only complaint with the previous design was that it would build up pressure if it sat in my vehicle for awhile, and when I would open it, it would shoot out and hit my face, my clothes, my seat, etc.
bring the old design back and remove the pressure issue. Oh, and stop expecting people to pay $20 for a PLASTIC water bottle. Can get a stainless one for that price.
Date published: 2022-02-12
Rated 1 out of
SadI loved my 32oz Ashland bottle of the previous version and was sad to have to replace it when I lost it. This one was exciting because of the pretty colors, but that's about all that I like about it. The straw angle is difficult. It goes into the center of the bottle where the bump is at the bottom, so if you don't adjust it, you can't get any water out because the bump blocks it. And then when you do angle it, it angles away, making it more difficult to get the last little bit of water out. I don't like the new style of the handle at the top. I have to keep moving it when I set the bottle down and then want to drink. I loved the clip/carabiner function on the previous one, but there's no clip on this one. And after 2 weeks of giving it a chance, it started leaking, too. I don't have the packaging or receipt anymore, so this one is just going to donation. I've just received a new one of the old style and am glad to switch back. I would not recommend this water bottle, even if you typically love Contigo bottles like I do.
Date published: 2022-05-18
Rated 2 out of
Cap construction is of poor qualityA few month ago Contigo sent me replacement cap. Now once again the silicone section were the straw is placed is broken. BTW MY COMPLAINT IS ABOUT THE Ashland 2.0. I had a regular Ashland that lasted over a year, until it was dropped.
Date published: 2022-09-13
Rated 2 out of
New design is terribleFolding handle gets in the way, no more clip. Straw doesn't stay in position and is soft plastic instead of hard.
Date published: 2022-08-20
Rated 4 out of
Have done Camelbak for years...Past Contigos say BPA FREE. Is the new one BPA FREE?