- Additional Info
Incredibly light, strong, and biocompatible, our Titanium Water Bottle with Ti Lid is made of 100% pure titanium for 100% drinking safety. Lightweight and slim profile makes it easy to carry anywhere. See why this is a customer favorite!
- Full titanium construction in both bottle and lid for strength at minimal weight
- Completely biocompatible with no leaching or corroding to worry about
- Minimal threading for quick opening
- Titanium lid with a sturdy, foldaway carry loop
- Silicon O-ring to securely seal in liquids
- Capacity: 22 ounces (650 ml)
- Weight: 3.9 ounces (111 grams)
- Diameter: 2.8 inches (70 mm)
- Bottle Height: 8.6 inches (220 mm)
Vargo Titanium Water Bottle
By David Drake on Trailspace.com
"The Vargo Outdoors 650ml titanium (Ti) water bottle with Ti lid is "lite" years (pun intended) from your standard water bottle."
- Questions & Answers
Do you have any Question?Question: Does the titanium lid/cap come with an O ring? 16 Nov, 2013Answer: Yes, the Titanium Water Bottle with either the Ti Lid or Plastic Lid has a silicon o-ring to seal in liquid.Question: Looking for a cup that will nest on the bottom of this bottle.... Any recommendations? 03 Dec, 2013Answer: It will fit inside any of our mugs, though the 450 ml Travel Mug is the closest in diameter to the bottle (i.e. closest fit).Question: Is there a "sport" top (drink through) available for this bottle? Failing that is the threading compatible with KleenKanteen or some other make for which there is a sport top? 08 Feb, 2014Answer: We don't offer a sports lid for the water bottle yet. Kleen Kanteen lids won't fit our bottles and we don't know of any other lids that will.Question: Can the water bottle handle being used on a canister stove or camp fire to heat or defrost liquids, I'm thinking winter camping conditions. 12 Feb, 2014Answer: Yes, the Titanium Water Bottle can be used on a stove or fire, but WITHOUT the lid on. A pot lifter should be used to prevent burns.Question: Will this bottle fit a standard bike bottle cage? 25 Mar, 2014Answer: It depends on the size of the bike bottle cage and if it is adjustable or not. Some have found that it does for theirs. The bottle is smaller in diameter than a standard bike water bottle (2.8"). You'll need to check that measurement for your own bike bottle cage.Question: Are the bottle and cap dishwasher-safe? 16 Feb, 2014Answer: Yes, the Titanium Water Bottle and Ti Lid are dishwasher safe. We recommend that the lid only go in the top rack because of the silicone o-ring.Question: What is the opening diameter to fill/pour from? Thanks! 01 Mar, 2014Answer: It is 1.7" or 44 mm.Question: Is there any insulating sleeve you know of that fits the bottle? I am using it for touring and looking for something that keeps the content warm for some time. 16 Jul, 2014Answer: Check out Nalgene's OTG Bottle Sleeve. We've been told it fits the Titanium Water Bottle perfectly.Question: What grade of titanium is used in your bottles? 27 Sep, 2014Answer: We only use pure grades of titanium in our water bottles, flasks, utensils, and pots and mugs.Question: You guys say only pure grade of Ti is used - that means no alloys like 6Al4V correct? 15 Jun, 2015Answer: Correct. We only use unalloyed (a.k.a. "pure") titanium in our water bottles, flask, pots, mugs, and utensils to ensure the highest level of biocompatibility for our customers.Question: I need something that is extremely rugged, but have no experience with titanium. So I have these maybe odd questions about the strength of the bottle itself... - Will the bottle dent if stood/jumped upon? - Will the bottle dent if it falls 10 feet in a rocky environment? - Will the bottle survive if a car drives over it? - Does the bottle scratch easily? Best regards. 30 Sep, 2016Answer: There are a lot variables here, but it's safe to say that the bottle can be dented or scratched depending on what is done to it. Jumping on it or driving a car over it will most likely damage it irreparably. Given this though, titanium is twice as strong as aluminum and as strong as common steel but at 45% less weight. These bottles are designed to be as light weight as possible so the material is thin but durable enough for everyday use with care.Question: What grade of pure titanium is used? Is this the cheap Chinese grade 1 or the aerospace grade 3 and 4? Is it the normal grade 2? 26 Apr, 2018Answer: Hello! It is grade 2 titanium which is commercially pure. Thanks!Question: For the purpose of melting snow or boiling water for potability in a survival situation, would this bottle fit any of your stoves? 27 May, 2018Answer: Hello William! Thanks for contacting us, and sorry for the slow reply. Although you can boil water in the Ti water bottle it doesn't have a wide enough base to sit properly on any of our stoves. The BOT or BOT 700 for example would be better suited for this purpose as they are designed to both store water and boil water. Let us know if you have anymore questions. Cheers! Chad