Sigg Swissness Reviews
Product Type: Sigg Fitness
Description:Sigg / Aluminium 0.6l drinks bottle with narrow top ideal for travel/camping/sports.
Newest Review: ... at least delay it is not an option and may even be dangerous. Enter the faithful Sigg. These water bottles are made of ... more
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Customer Sigg Swissness Reviews (9)
by - written on 01/11/11 (Very useful, 47 readings)
This may seem a rather strange review but when I saw my wonderful flask in Dooyoo's product catalogue I knew I had to tell you all about it - that and the fact that I am unlikely to ever find anything to write about again in the ominously named 'Fitness' category! The Sigg Swissness water bottle is superb; crafted from aluminium it is not only lightweight and more sturdy than a plastic bottle, but is also a real pleasure to drink from. I have the 1 litre sized bottle in the brushed aluminium design you can see above, but there are various alternative sizes and colours available - something I was not aware of until I had already purchased my bottle as I would ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/01/13, updated on 14/07/13 (Very useful, 64 readings)
This may not seem the most logical thing to review on a day when snow is tumbling down even in Central London. Certainly I have had the most use out of my trusty Sigg water-bottle in tropical and high altitude trekking rather than on days like this. However, I do also take it with me when driving. When driving in horrible winter conditions like today the authorities do tell people to take warm clothes, water, food, de-icer and the like and I am sure that those that do get stuck either in the snow itself or behind abandoned vehicles will realise the need when that happens. What all too many of those that did take water with them in the supermarket ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/01/12 (Very useful, 33 readings)
I have a whole host of different shapes and sizes of bottle for carrying water for trips in the countryside, camping and for the gym. The fact is that they can be very useful, but there are some exceptions and they are also worth noting. Form over function springs to mind, but lets describe the product first. The Sigg Swissness costs around £9 for the 1 litre capacity bottle, though there is a smaller 600ml bottle costing a little bit less. The signs of a quality product are clear to see, with the robust aluminium shell of the bottle with its (not so clear to see) plastic liner. This is handy as it prevents any metallic tastes. The whole look of the bottle ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/06/11 (Very useful, 31 readings)
Being the active type I try and spend some time (the little I have of it these days!) out of doors. Typically this boils down to a walk around my local forest or at a stretch a hike for a few hours. Anyone who has spent anytime in the wilderness will quickly tell you that plastic bottles are attracted like magnets to sharp rocks. It's like they have a mind of their own and just love to burst right at the moment you want a drink, or all over your spare clothes. Either way, a plastic bottle is a liability on a hike. With this in mind I tend nowadays to use my Sigg Swissness bottle. Sigg are a brand of aluminium water bottles that will be well known to anyone who ... Read the complete review
by superness11 - written on 29/12/11
My boyfriend goes climbing so as part of his Christmas present I bought him a Sigg aluminium bottle. You can buy a harness for the bottle so you can clip it on to your belt or backpack. Not only does the bottle look good but it is really robust and does not leak. It is not the first Sigg bottle that we have owned, the last one went walkabout on a trip; therefore we are both familiar with the quality. The downside to the bottles though is the cost of replacing them, if like our previous one it decides to go it alone! ==Price and availability== The bottles can be bought from stores such as Millets or Blacks and Amazon.co.uk. It is priced around 15 ... Read the complete review
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