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Ich benutze sie z.B. als Tabletten- oder Gewürzdose, wenn ich unterwegs bin. Sie ist absolut dicht. Durch den weiten Flaschenrand kann man sie auch gut reinigen. Ich habe von der Marke Nalgene bereits etliche Flaschen/Dosen gekauft und benutze sie seit vielen Jahren. Noch nie ist eine undicht geworden oder sonstwie kaputt gegangen. Wirklich eine tolle Qualität!
Diese kleinen Flaschen eignen sich wunderbar um alles was man in kleinen Mengen unterwegs braucht dicht und Wassergeschützt zu verstauen. Auch schon mit Flüssigkeiten befüllt, die Fläschcehn sind absolut dicht. Gewohnt überzeugende Nalgene Qualität!
I bought a whole bunch of Nalgene HDPE bottles, in different sizes, mainly for camping and hiking: 30ml (1oz) and 60ml (2oz) for spices and dried herbs; 125ml (4oz) and 250ml (8oz) for ground coffee/dried onions/nuts, almonds and dates/cooking oil; and 500ml (16oz) and 1litre (32oz) for rice, lentils, pasta and other dry foods. So far I'm really pleased, the sizes are perfect and they seem high quality. My new camping spice kit is perfect! I'm attaching photos of all the bottles so you can get a sense of the different sizes (in the photos - the 30ml one is filled with ground ginger, and the 60ml one in filled with ground black pepper. that's why they seem "dirty"). (I'm attaching 10 photos, hope all of them will be attached to this comment)
This review in particular is for the teeny, one ounce size of Nalgene bottle. What makes this so good for the camp kitchen?
* Nalgene bottles are made from non-reactive HPDE (Type 2) plastic that will not impart flavor or odor to your food or leach chemicals into them.
* The caps seal so well on the bottles as to make them virtually leak-proof. This is a big deal when you are backpacking, or even car camping - you don't want your food or liquids spilling out into the rest of your gear.
* These bottles are tough. I've been using some of mine for almost 30 years now, and none have ever failed, broken, or leaked. While light, they are reasonably thick walled and can take a fair amount of abuse.
* In my opinion, these are the best lightweight containers on the market. Who wants to take a partially-filled glass bottle of olive oil for cooking with them in their backpack? Get the right size of container that you want for your cooking liquids: soy sauce, oil, maple syrup, etc. and pack them with confidence. Not so much an issue with car camping, but if you are packing gear in on your back, these light and durable containers are the way to go.
* Versatility - pick the size that's right for your need. When you are done, they can be cleaned and re-used for anything else.
The tiny 1 oz. size works well for me when I want to bring along salt/pepper, garlic powder, or other powdered seasoning. It also works very well as a waterproof container for matches. Larger sizes work well for olive oil, maple syrup, etc. I even use slightly larger sizes, such as the 8 oz. size, for dry goods like rice or pancake mix. Some things lend themselves to small 'zip-lock' baggies, but for anything else, I use these. An additional bonus is that these will last practically forever if you take care of them, reducing the amount of trash produced from packaging.