Category: Vapur in the News

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Korea: GQ

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Korea: Geek

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Korea: Esquire Magazine

  • August 22nd, 2013
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Korea: Elle Magazine

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Korea: Dazed Magazine

  • August 22nd, 2013
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VAPUR – The Incognito flexible flask offers 300ml of a favorite libation. The reusable flask is collapsible, made in the USA and the best way to ensure cocktail hour is always accessible. SRP is $6.99. Also check out the new ShakeFilter, a portable and biodegradable filter that reduces unwanted odor and taste from tap water. SRP is $4.99.
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The Incognito Flexible Flask by Vpaur has room for 10 ounces of your favorite libation. It’s collapsible, reusable, made in the USA, and the best way to ensure cocktail hour is always accessible. www.vapur.us
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Outdoor Retailer Daily: Day 4

  • August 14th, 2013
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“Anti-Bottle” Caters to the Eco-Savvy Consumer”
Jason Carignan, Dave Czerwinski and Brent Reinke wanted to start a hydration revolution. The trio combined their professional experience in marketing and branding with with their passions, which included environmentally sound solutions to everyday problems, and started Vapur, a Westlake Village-based company that produces environmentally friendly, collapsible, foldable water bottles.

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Spirit of Small Business Awards

  • August 14th, 2013
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Jason Carignan, Vapur: “The hydration category in general is still very strong. This past year, the industry saw a significant increase in hydration product sales while many other categories declined. People are still drinking water and people are more active than ever. However, we believe that there is bound to be some fall-out among the ‘me too’ players selling parody polycarbinate, stainless and aluminum bottles.”
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Outdoor Insight