Hexagonal-shaped clear Lexan bottle with a cardboard casing/label; black plastic lid with a dark amber nipple.
Lexan is a resin thermoplastic discovered by General Electric chemist Dr. Daniel Fox in 1953. It is similar to Plexiglass in appearance but is much more durable--durable enough to be used in bulletproof "glass." iPod casings, Nalgene water bottles, and aerospace windows are all made from Lexan.
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