Can I put other liquids in my bottle? Cole April 10, 2016 01:36 Follow No, do not put any liquid other than water in your bottle as it may damage the sensor. Related articles How many ounces / milliliters does the bottle hold? Can I put the bottle in the freezer? When should I recalibrate my bottle. Is the bottle BPA-Free? Can I put the sensor stick in the dishwasher? Comments 7 comments Sort by Date Votes Nicole Washington December 22, 2016 12:29 What about flavored water? 0 Permalink Melissa Laird February 02, 2017 06:06 Can you add the flavor to your water or flavored water to the bottle ? -1 Permalink Nicholas Hanges June 13, 2017 19:29 So can we use flavored water or not? 0 Permalink Thomas Curtis June 30, 2017 07:14 I don't see any answers to the questions above. What about flavored water? Can ANYTHING be added to the water? What size ice cubes can br used? 0 Permalink Nicholas Hanges June 30, 2017 14:39 Heres an email I got from support that may help answer: " Kate (Hidrate) Jun 15, 12:48 CDT Nicholas,We don't recommend putting any liquid other than water in your bottle. However, you can add liquid or powdered water flavorings, along with small pieces of sliced fruit. Keep in mind, larger pieces can throw off the sensor, as it takes up more room, and cause your readings to be slightly skewed.Also, please don't put lemon oil into the bottle since it can damage the plastic, and we do not recommend putting any water warmer than room temperature, as the heat could damage the sensor stick. For this same reason, please do not put the sensor stick in the dishwasher. You can put the bottle lid and bottle cavity in the dishwasher. Simply hand wash the sensor tube in warm water.Hope this helps!:)Thanks,Kate" 3 Permalink Debra Abell February 05, 2018 01:09 Can I put plain seltzer water, carbonated water or club soda in the bottle? 1 Permalink inga fleischhacker February 06, 2018 00:56 Can I put flavored seltzer water in my bottle? I like to add Crystal light to my seltzer water. 1 Permalink Please sign in to leave a comment.