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Camelbak Eddy+ Kids 0.4L Bottle with Tritan Renew


Sip sip hooray! This new earth-friendly plastic is made from 50% recycled material. It is easy to clean and is always free of BPA, BPS and BPF. The soft and safe bite valve provides a smooth flow with simple turning, biting and sipping. Recommended for children aged 3 and over.

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Camelbak Eddy+ Kids 0.4L Bottle with Tritan Renew

The Eddy® + Kids water bottle, an everyday companion to lunch boxes everywhere, is now made with TritanTM Renew, a highly durable and lightweight plastic made with 50% recycled material. Eddy + Kids bottles are spill-proof when open and leak-proof when closed, eliminating the need for soggy backpacks. Simply bite to sip and close when done. The convenient carry handle and fun designs make hydrating enjoyable on any adventure. Both the cap and bottle are odor and stain resistant, dishwasher safe, and BPA, BPS, and BPF free. Tritan Renew is created with Polyester Renewal Technology, a more efficient recycling process than standard mechanical recycling, producing new material with less demand on finite resources. Fun, functional, and long-lasting. Ages 3 and up are recommended./p>


  • Twist, bite, sip: Drink through the straw.
  • Leak proof: leak proof when closed, splash proof when opened.
  • Easy to carry: comfortable carrying handle Lightweight and durable.
  • Odour and stain repellent.
  • Fits most cup holders.

Tech Specs

  • Volume: 0,4L / 14 ounces
  • Lid material: BPA-free polypropylene. The CamelBak kids Big Bite™ valve is made of medical grade silicone.
  • User group: young people
  • BPA/BPS/BPF free: true
  • Dimensions: 7.9 x 11 x 18 cm / 3.1 x 4.3 x 7 inches
  • Material: made from Tritan® Renew, an innovative recycled material that promotes the circular economy.
  • Gear Range: minimum




CamelBak, founded by Michael Eidson, originated from the need for hydration during the grueling “Hotter'N Hell 100” race in Wichita Falls, Texas. Eidson, an emergency medical technician and cyclist, improvised a hands-free hydration system by filling an IV bag with water, placing it in a tube sock, and securing it inside his bike jersey. This innovative solution laid the foundation for CamelBak.
Jeff Wemmer, an enthusiastic CamelBak user, began selling packs at races and eventually joined the company. In 1993, he embarked on a nationwide journey, pitching the product from his motorcycle to sustain the startup during challenging times. Today, CamelBak is a leading manufacturer of hydration solutions, with a legacy rooted in innovation and commitment to quenching the thirst of active individuals worldwide.