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Klean Kanteen Stainless Steel Cap for Wide Mouth Bottles (Flip D-Ring)

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  • The 100% stainless steel lining guarantees that no plastics ever touch your liquids
  • The BPA-free polypropylene upper keeps the cap lightweight and durable
  • Handwashing the cap is recommended
  • BPA free and member of the 1% for the Planet
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Technical Details
Item Weight68 g
Product Dimensions7.1 x 6.4 x 3.6 cm
Item model numberKWSSFD
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Brand NameKlean Kanteen
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #47,019 in Sports & Outdoors (See top 100)
Shipping Weight227 g
Date First AvailableSept. 14 2010
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The Klean Kanteen Stainless Steel Flip D-ring Cap is an accessory cap for the wide mouth Klean Kanteen water bottles

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I love Klean Kanteen and all their bottles, their lids, however, need a lot of work. I have to keep getting my hot beverage lids replaced. I know they have a warranty, but I think it's time I find a new brand/product for my hot food drinks. it's getting ridiculous to have a lid replaced every 3-4 months. sometimes the cap itself separates and other times it's the rubber seal that just craps out. KK will send you a kit to replace the seal, but it's not very effective. My coffee cup (the 20 oz wide mouth) leaks when it's upright (from the cap itself) - I wrap a paper towel around the outside before leaving the house and putting it in the car's cup holder.
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By Westley Leclerc on Nov. 17 2013
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Solid cap, No leak, quality plastic. The stainless steel loop is solid in place and it makes the top of the bottle flat (the cap that comes with the bottle is round). So you can pile up more stuff over without it falling.
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By Pierre G on Sept. 8 2014
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good quality steel cap
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Amazon.com: 30 reviews
16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Sleek Look, No Leaks March 30 2010
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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Update: 6/21/2011

This cap is still going strong and continues to be a favorite. I've not yet experienced any leaks, and the D-ring is as sturdy as ever. I sometimes clip the bottle onto bags, bikes, etc. for easy access. Haven't had a problem doing this. I've also put it through the dishwasher a few times with no ill effects, though I don't do it often. I'd still recommend washing by hand on most days.


Original review:

Since moving from the classic Klean Kanteen style to the wide mouth version, I've lamented the loss of the stainless flat cap. Those of you who have a classic bottle with this cap know what I'm talking about. The flat cap was flat (as you'd expect), and needless to say, very compact.

The Klean Kanteen wide bottles come standard with the loop cap, which has a relatively high profile. This D-ring cap falls somewhere in between. It's not quite as low-profile as the classic flat, but fits better in bags than the loop cap. The ring itself is quite sturdy and easy to clip onto things, and falls flat when not in use. It fits fine with both the insulated and noninsulated wide bottles. I've never tried it in a dishwasher, but I would recommend hand washing anyway. I believe it does have a gasket in there, so to extend the life of your cap, hand washing is probably best.

If you are wondering about its plastic content, well yes, it's made of BPA-free plastic. The inside of the cap where your water would come in contact with the lid is stainless. There's not much else to say about it, except to add that I've never had a leak with it so far.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Great Stainless Steel Cap April 14 2010
By shapinup - Published on Amazon.com
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I have been using this cap with the insulated Klean Kanteen 20oz bottle and love it. This cap does not leak and it's much more
ergonomically friendly and easier to use versus the traditional wide Klean Kanteen lid. I'm glad I purchased this instead of the
cafe cap because I have not experienced any leaks plus beverages stay really cold or really hot. I just wish it was included with
the wide bottles.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
flipping doesn't help and adds weight Aug. 13 2012
By SNAP - Published on Amazon.com
Insulated water bottles are amazing and I got Klean Kanteen for the wide mouth option. I thought it would be helpful to have the 3 different cap options, but the standard "loop cap" has been the best.

The "wide flip D-cap" seemed nice with the stainless steel loop that folds, but we don't like it. When you're moving with it on foot or vehicle, it tends to constantly tap... get's grating after a few hours of movement. The steel piece adds no value except unnecessary weight.

The "cafe cap" should be ideal but the top piece that closes and opens for drinking is not tight or sealed. Liquid comes through that piece even when closed... there's no seal, so it's a bit useless for travel, e.g. normal bumps in a car. If it falls to the side or tilts, then there's a spill. Don't know why they wouldn't make this more travel/movement friendly. Also, the loose "cafe top" seems to reduce insulation.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Works, looks cool, but it's heavy and it rattles May 17 2010
By K Haugen - Published on Amazon.com
UPDATE #2: when I contacted Klean Kanteen about my leaky cap, they quickly dispatched a replacement. The new one does not leak, and now I can see where the gasket was missing on my original Flip D-Ring cap. Still, it gets 3 stars. It is well made but it's just too heavy for a sports bottle (much heavier than the standard cap), it still rattles, and the price is too high for the value.

UPDATE #1: I original gave this one star because it leaked on my insulated Klean Kanteen. I wrote to Klean Kanteen, and they immediately sent a new one, with no hassles of any kind. I'm still waiting to get it, but for now have raised the rating to 3 stars, thanks to their excellent customer care.


First let me say I *love* Klean Kanteen water bottles, especially the new wide mouth and insulated ones. Our family owns about 6 different Klean Kanteen bottles, and they've traveled literally around the world with us.

I paid extra for this lid because I liked how the d-ring folded down and thought it'd be a nice sturdy way to attach it to things, but this is the first Klean Kanteen product I have thought about returning.

* When I carry the bottle on my bike, this lid rattles like crazy. The standard loop cap does not.
* Minor issue, but this cap (2.5 oz) is heavier than the standard loop cap (1.625 oz).
* Worst of all, this cap leaks constantly when I put it on my 18 oz. insulated Klean Kanteen. They claim the lids are interchangeable, and why wouldn't they be?

I'll keep all my other Klean Kanteen products, but I'm disappointed in this one.

By the way, the standard loop cap on the wide mouth Klean Kanteens *is* stainless on the inside.

PS - Klean Kanteen, if you're listening, I'd *love* to see a sports (drinking spout) lid for the wide-mouth bottles.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Great Cap! Absolutely love it! July 26 2010
By Courtney Dietzmann - Published on Amazon.com
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I use this D-Ring cap on my 16oz Insulated Kleen Kanteen, and I love it! (If you don't have an INSULATED Kleen Kanteen, I highly recommend you get one)

The Ring --
The ring lays flat, which I like because it makes the bottle less bulky. The ring seems to be quite durable, though I haven't tried attaching it to my backpack with a carabiner when hiking. I do, however, carry it by the ring wherever I go. I have small hands, so the ring just makes it easier for me.

Cap --
I read others' reviews about the cap leaking within itself - meaning that, fluid may reside around the mouth/opening of the bottle, but doesn't actually leak out. Frankly, I don't see this as an issue. If you drink out of the bottle, don't wipe off the mouth piece, and screw the cap on, I'd expect that fluid to remain on the mouthpiece. As long as it's not leaking out of the bottle, and not leaking into some inaccessible piece of the cap, then I'm content.

Washing... Obviously you shouldn't dishwash something that's part metal and part plastic. Plastic can shrink with heat, metal will expand with heat... It's just not a good idea in general. I never dishwash my bottles. If you're like me and might leave a bottle floating around in your car for a few days, after you've had juice in it, you can clean it out using vinegar water (also works for hot chocolate that has been 'growing' in your bottle for a few weeks). :-)