As cycling enthusiasts, we know a thing or two about power sprints, brutal hills, and relishing the downhill ride. We also know there’s nothing better than taking a big swig of your favourite Secret Training Hydration mix , hours after its mixed. So Polar have developed the Breakaway® Insulated bottle for road warriors like us—those who sweat hard, hydrate harder, and demand replenishment. Your liquids will stay cool twice as long, thanks to the Tri-Layer™ insulation and radiant heat reflective technology. Plus Polar have re-engineered it to lighten your ride while still delivering simple hydration. The compact and durable design fits most bike cages and includes a high-flow, self-sealing Surge Cap™ for spill-proof transport.
- The Breakaway Surge valve maximizes flow rate and self-seals to eliminate spills and splatter. It’s spill-proof when open, and pushes closed for leak-proof transport.
- The original, 100% BPA-free insulated water bottle. The updated design features triple wall insulation, keeping your liquid cooler 2X longer.
- Polar bottles are designed with ultra-light materials and a unique grip groove, so you can hydrate with an easy squeeze.
- Made for cyclists by cyclists, the Breakaway series fits securely in a variety of bottle cages. The updated Polar Bottle shape has a unique grip groove and wall design for effortless hydration.
- The innovative Surge Cap is two pieces–cap and valve–and easy to clean. Simply twist, pull, and wash. Plus, they’re dishwasher safe.
- Polar Bottle insulated water bottles are crafted in Colorado to reduce environmental impact and support local economies. Designed to last, each one of our water bottles comes with a lifetime guarantee.
Where are Polar Bottle products made?
All Polar Bottles are manufactured in Colorado, USA with parts sourced from Denver, CO and Garden City, MO.
What kind of plastic is used in Polar Bottles?
The insulated inner and outer layers of the Polar Bottle are made of Low-Density Polyethylene (LDPE). The cap for the bottle is also made up of Low-Density Polyethylene (LDPE), and the valve is made of TPU.
Polar Bottle water bottles are — and always have been — BPA- and Phthalate-Free. So drink up!
How do I remove the valve on my cap?
Make sure the valve is open before trying to remove it — we also suggest taking the cap off the bottle.
Turn the valve until you’ve aligned the dots on the valve and cap — you may have to apply a little extra pressure when turning the valve to line it up correctly.
The little “wings” on the valve will slip underneath the vertical sidewalls of the cap and then you can pull the valve straight out. Presto!
Is it safe to put Polar Bottle Water Bottles in the freezer?
The Polar Bottle Water Bottles are freezer safe so long as the bottle is not more than 3/4 full. Freezing a full bottle could cause the bottle to split. Filling a bottle halfway, freezing it overnight and topping it off in the morning before a long day is a great way to keep your water cold all day.
Can I put hot liquids in my Polar Bottle?
While the Polar Bottle is designed to insulate cold liquids, it can safely handle warm liquids and the insulating properties will keep your hot drinks warmer longer as well. The insulation also help prevent water from freezing in the winter. We do not recommend using the bottle for liquids that are boiling, that would be a tongue scorcher!
How do I clean my Polar Bottle?
Our bottles are dishwasher safe, we recommend placing on the top shelf. If your bottle gets extra yucky from the use of nutrition mixes, we recommend using cleaning tablets.