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A product that's good to the last drop

By Keely Levins

There is no denying the importance of staying hydrated on the golf course. With its new filtration water bottle (officially dubbed NSF/ANSI 53), Genuine Thermos is going for simplicity in design.

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The 20-ounce, BPA-free water bottle ($25, available at Target) comes in four shades--clear, blue, pink and smoke--and has a locking push-button top that allows for one-handed operation. The filter is designed to reduce contaminants such as chloramine, atrazine and aesthetic chlorine. That way you no longer have to be concerned when filling up at a faucet or water cooler you come across at the course.

After filling the bottle up to 128 times, you should change the filter with
replacements sold separately; a two-pack costs $13.