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The comparison: Super Sparrow vs Hydro Flask insulated bottles

So it’s been about 24 hours since I filled up my Hydro Flask and my Super Sparrow bottles. Here’s my experience and opinion.

At 10:00 am I took a sip from both bottles. Both were still cool but not icy cold. I think it doesn’t keep as cold because of the straw function. Had it been a regular cap? I don’t know if that made a difference.

Water from both bottles tasted fine. The Hydro Flask was easier to drink from the straw, compared to the Super Sparrow.

I don’t know if the straw opening from the Sparrow is smaller, but it was more difficult to suck water from it. I even unscrewed the cap, bent the straw in case the straw was being blocked.

So my overall opening?

The Hydro Flask is still my vessel of choice. However, for the price point, the Super Sparrow is not a bad purchase.

The bottle kept cold as long as my Hydro Flask, but the straw function was poor in comparison. If you’re not a straw user, the Sparrow is a good bottle.

When I go hiking, I will plan on using the carrier and keep my hands free. That’s a nice added accessory from the company.

Here’s a breakdown of the bottle sizes from Super Sparrow. Give it a try if you’re looking for something affordable.

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