Simple Hydration Water Bottle Review

I don’t think many runners have heard of this nifty water bottle from Simple Hydration. I first saw this at my local Mom’s Run This Town Spring Social and thought it was an interesting looking water bottle but didn’t think much of it. Then maybe a month later or so, I believe there was a post about the bottle being on sale, a buy one get one free sale. I’m all about sales. 🙂 It was getting hotter out and my runs were getting longer. I wasn’t happy about my current hydration system and thought it would be cool to try, so I decided to purchase one bottle since I would get one free due to the sale.

My previous hydration system was a running belt with two small bottles by Profile Design. It’s a more bulky system and I remember one of the bottles came out once while running. I probably didn’t put it in right but I don’t like the feeling when running with a water belt. There’s the jiggle and you have to make sure you put the bottle back in correctly or it might fall out. So I was excited to try the Simple Hydration Water Bottle.

I received the bottles in the beginning of June. Here’s the pamphlet it came with:IMG_7965.JPG


I love how simple and easy it is to use! All you do is stick it on the back of your shorts or belt. I have a FlipBelt and it works really well with it. I can easily place it on my back with the FlipBelt because it has a hook design. It holds 13 oz of liquid and is so easy to grip. Here’s a pic of the packaging it came with:

IMG_7969.JPGIMG_7971.JPGThe packaging says, “Designed for runners or anyone on the go. Slides into your waistband, race belt, pocket, life!”

It’s also BPA free and made in the USA.


I really like running with it on my long runs. I think the longest run I’ve ran with it is 12 miles so far. Getting fluids is important on long runs especially when it’s hot out and this bottle delivers. I love the grip and it’s so easy to hold and drink with while running! It just fits so comfortably in my hand. It’s really well designed. I just flip the top up, drink, and then place it behind me where I can slip it or hook it on to my FlipBelt. It takes a little time to get used to the process, but I like it. It’s not that noticeable to me, unlike wearing a belt with the bottles. It fits nice and snug because I use it with the FlipBelt. The bottle stays put, doesn’t feel like it’s going to fall out, and it hasn’t dropped on me. I’ve had it for about three months now. It’s remarkably simple and I love it! I’ve used it a lot since it’s been so hot out and I’m running longer runs.


Here’s a picture of me wearing the Simple Hydration Bottle:IMG_7880.JPG

The Simple Hydration Bottle is so easy to use and works great! I just thought I’d throw it out there as an option for those who may not have heard about it. It retails for $19.99 at It is also available on – Simple Hydration Water Bottle – 13 oz.

What do you use to hydrate when running long?

I’m linking up with Workout Wednesday (WOW) Link Up! 

This one is brought to you by Diatta Harris at Femme Fitale Fit Club and Sheila Simmons at The Frugal Exerciser and Co-hostesses Amanda | Eat Hard Work Hard and Jenn | Comeback Momma

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46 thoughts on “Simple Hydration Water Bottle Review

  1. I feel like I’m not coordinated enough for this! I can’t even use the fuel belt easily either. Thanks for the review. I might check it out. #wowlinkup


  2. I normally don’t run long enough to need to hydrate during the run but I just carry a water bottle in my hands if I have to. How does that feel on your back? Can you tell it’s back there? It looks nifty. #wowlinkup


  3. I have never seen that bottle but I want one for me and the hubby. I love the concept of it because you can slip it between your waistband. This would make a great gift for my clients also. Visiting from the #wowlinkup


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