California-based Vapur, Inc. started in 2009 as a big idea with a simple solution. With unwelcome waste creeping into the social conscious and light shed on the ugly aftereffects of plastic, avid outdoorsmen, David Czerwinski, Brent Reinke and Jason Carignan set out to find an answer.
This team, led by a commitment to design, innovation and eco-responsibility, was on a mission to make hydration incomparably portable and disposable bottles obsolete. September of that founding year, Vapur launched its game changing product: the Vapur Anti-Bottle.
The Anti-Bottle is a reusable water bottle designed to stand when full and can be rolled, folded or flattened when empty, making it easy to use and carry on any adventure. Unlike bulky, rigid bottles, the portable Anti-Bottle can be easily tucked away, conveniently fitting into pockets, purses and packs.
About 87% lighter than typical rigid bottles, the slim, flexible Anti-Bottle only packs water weight. It also uses less energy to make and transport than rigid bottles, so not only is the Anti-Bottle light on your load, its environmental impact is also pretty “lite.” Vapur now has multiple product lines of Anti-Bottles, ranging from the highly-technical Element to the Quencher line for kids.
What began as a passion-filled hobby of three individuals ended up sparking a water revolution and international foldable bottle trend. Now as the leading designer, marketer and distributor of reusable, handheld, collapsible hydration products, Vapur’s Anti-Bottles have been adopted by athletes, celebrities, activists and families alike.
Proudly manufactured in the United States, Vapur Anti-Bottles are durable, freezable, dishwasher safe and BPA-free.
In keeping with its commitment to the environment, Vapur contributes 1% of all sales to waterrelated and environmental causes. Vapur, much more than a hydration company, also created a community-giving program called Drops of Hope, donating thousands of bottles to charitable groups all over the world.
Now drink up and as always, "Live Flexible."