Arrowhead has reached a new achievement in water dispensing technology. Upon first glance it may just look like an ordinary water bottle, but it isn’t. Every water bottle should be envious of this glorious design.
Take notice of the blue cap. I don’t know about you, but when I think of water, I think of the color blue. Sometimes I buy other brands of water just so I can get a blue bottle. Now I don’t have to. This “special flip cap” as Arrowhead refers to it has a convenient design. Unlike other bottles that have a similar design it is impossible for the cap to go missing as it is attached to the bottle. The cap also has a very a reassuring snap to indicate that it is properly closed. I have not had any problems with the bottles leaking so the cap is doing a perfect job. Really, the only problem with the cap is how difficult it is to open it for the first time. I’m not sure if I have ever seen another water bottle that gives directions and illustrations about how to get it open. Grip small tab, peel off, then flip cap open. Usually such instructions are redundant, but in this case they were actually helpful.
Then you have the obligatory choking hazard warning. I love the description at the bottom of the warning, “the easy grip sports bottle from Arrowhead is designed to fit naturally in your hand, and in your life”. Wow, such a profound statement at the end. It actually does fit naturally in my hand though. As you can see there is a slight curvature to the bottle, but wait there’s more. It may be difficult to see but there are ridges that allow your fingers to comfortably rest while you are holding the bottle. Also there is a nice textured surface with bumps separated into three parts that provides a grip for the palm of your hand. If you were to count each bump located in this area of the water bottle you would find that there is 12 bumps in the first and third sections and 13 bumps in the second. Add these numbers together and you got a total of 37 bumps. The 37th President of the United States is Richard Nixon who is mostly remembered for his involvement in the Watergate scandal. Hmm… Notice how the mountain is pointing only at the letter W in Arrowhead. It’s a conspiracy. Why else would there be a phone number to call about water quality and information? People are catching on. The colors on the label: red, white and blue. A subliminal message to get Americans to buy more bottled water. How strange, no other water bottle has these hidden messages.
Well, I’m getting way too off-track here. In conclusion, if you ever need to quench your thirst, make this Arrowhead water bottle your first choice.