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Explore Magazine

March 2013


Vapur Explorer Series MicroFilter Bottle

Vapur has been making roll-up water bottles for a while now – very useful when space and weight is at a premium. This year, they’ve unveiled the MicroFilter bottle – a roll-up, BPA-free one-liter water bottle with a 0.2-micron filter insert. Simply fill the bottle up with whatever H2O you can find, screw in the filter and drink up. The company claims this filter removes 99.9999 percent of bacteria as well as protozoan cysts (like cryptosporidium and giardia), and will clean 500 liters of water before needing replacement. Best of all, the filter flows freely, allowing for easy, instant drinking. (The filter can even be used as a straw to suck water right from the source.) Each pack comes with two bottles and one filter; one bottle with filter weighs less than 70 grams. – DW

Flexible Packaging

March 2013

Vapur Element

Backpacker Magazine

March 2013

Backpacker Magazine: 2013’s Best New Gear – VAPUR ELEMENT

When space and weight are precious commodities, a bulky, hard-sided water bottle is a liability as soon as it’s empty. The foldable, 1 liter Element solves that problem. Made from a soft, three ply, BPA-free polypropylene and nylon material, it rolls up like a tube of toothpaste. You can secure it with the plastic carabiner or stash it in a tiny crevice of your pack (it’s no bigger than a stack of business cards). I feel in love with this bottle on a trip to Hawaii’s Big Island. It was perfect for air travel because I could stow it empty in my crammed carry-on. On the trail, the screw-on cap makes refills easy, and I love the flip-top for splash-proof drinking. The Element is dishwasher safe and didn’t adopt any funky smalls, even over four months of use. Gripes: The sharp corners tore a few holes in my pack’s mesh bottle holders. And you won’t get a lifetime of use out of it: Vapur expects these bottles to last three to four year. And filling it other than from straight above can be tricky.

LAVA Magazine

February 2013

12% – The percentage of the 200 billion bottles of water consumed globally every year that will be recycled. Companies like Vapur are working to improve these numbers by providing awareness about both the environmental and global water crisis and through their reusable bottles.

Asian Geographic

February 2013

Vapur – Cool, clean and collapsible, the reusable Vapur Element Anti-Bottle makes its debut in Singapore, with its forward-thinking design. The perfect hydration solution for today’s active consumer, the Element sports a brand new, proprietary and patented wide-mouth SuperCap, which offer ease of use and quicker drinkability.

Inside Outdoor

February 2013

The new Vapur Eclipse Anti-Bottle is flexible, lightweight and folds, flattens or rolls up when empty to go virtually anywhere. The Eclipse line has a matte finish, making the tough-looking Anti-Bottle soft to the touch. Like all Vapur Anti-Bottles, the Eclipse is freezable, dishwasher safe, BPA free and made in the USA. MSRP is $13.99

Working Mother

February 2013


The reusable, squishable BPA-free Vapur Quencher Anti-Bottles feature cute, customizable characters and come with three sticker sheets of facial features to suit your little camper’s every mood ($12,

Australia: Fitness First

February 2013


This isn’t your typical water bottle. The durable Vapur® Element rolls, folds and flattens to go virtually anywhere. It’s patented flexible design is also lighter and easier to hold than rigid bottles, keeping you hydrated without slowing you down.

Australia: Body + Soul

February 2013


These reusable water carriers can be rolled up and stuck in your handbag when empty. They’re funky and durable and can be taken anywhere. From $18.85,

Australian Yoga Journal

February 2013

Ensure the water bottle you take to class is reusable and BPA free. Vapur Element, comes in two size-700ml ($23.95) and 1L ($25.95)–and can be rolled up when empty;

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