August, 2011 Archives

“PACKAGING IDEAS & INNOVATIONS Ampac partnered with Vapur Inc. on the Vapur® Anti-BottleTM, a stand-up flexible pouch that is intended to replace injection blow molded polyester bottles (only 35% of which enter the recycling system, the company reports). This pouch has a big screw-cap closure fitment for drinking, dispensing, and refill- ing after being washed in the dishwasher and possibly silver salts in the film to function as an antimi- crobial, plus a carabiner to act as a carrying device.”

Institute of Food Technology

  • August 20th, 2011
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“The Vapur Anti-Bottle combines the durability and good-looks of a sports water bottle, without taking up the same amount of space. Unlike your typical rigid construction, the Anti-Bottle is designed to be folded or rolled away when not in use.”

Men’s Health: Singapore

  • August 19th, 2011
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“DRINK AND FOLD If you like to bike or hike, you know carring a bulky water bottle can be inconvenient. There’s usually no place for you to store it or throw it away. The Vapur Anti-Bottle is a simple way to quench your thirst on the trail. It’s reusable and it can be rolled, folded or flattened when empty so it’s easily stored in your bag or pocket.”

Success Magazine

“Regular reusable water bottles can be too bulky to carry around. These fold up nearly flat when empty, so they’re perfect for stowing in your bag, and definitely encourage a girl to bring her own.”

Shop Til You Drop Magazine – 2011 Genius Award Winner

  • August 17th, 2011
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“SIP&FOLD- Your “mom bag” just got smaller. Trade in those bulky bottles for the ever-so-compact Vapur Anti-Bottle. It’s foldable, freezable, reusable and BPA-free, so you can reduce your plastic bottle use while saving space and money! Use it for your tyke’s favorite beverage and just roll it up when it’s empty. And go ahead and get one for yourself, too. The colorful (without screaming, “I borrowed my kid’s sippy cup.”) bottles are perfect for your needs, as well.”

Dallas Child