Vapur in the News
The Wall Street Journal
In July, Vapur Inc.’s three founders set out to jazz up the look of their sole product, a reusable and collapsible water bottle. But rather than rely just on their three in-house designers, they used a crowdsourcing site to drum up design samples from hundreds of creative types – and in just six weeks. [READ MORE]
Trip tips: Tote H2O, but not a bulky bottle, with Vapur’s roll-up water sack.
Transporting H2O the green way with the Vapur bottle, available at Passport and Core de Vie.
Soft water: Freezable, foldable, and reusable, the dishwaher-safe, BPA-free Vapur Anti-Bottle holds 16 ounces of whatever you’re drinking -hot or cold and stows away easily when empty.
My mom always tells me I should be drinking about eight glasses of water a day, but my actual H2O intake doesn’t even come close. (Sorry, Mom!) I know I should be keeping my body hydrated all day long (it’s great for the skin and pretty much the entire body), but it’s a hassle to lug around a big water bottle in my bag every day. [READ MORE]
Over the past couple of decades, Americans and capitalist economies around the globe have turned a healthy habit into a dirty one. According to data collected by the Web site “OnlineEducation,” it takes 17 million barrels of oil every year to make water bottles for the U.S. market alone. [READ MORE]
Altitude plus exertion equals dehydration. But lugging a metal or plastic bottle up the hill is a hassle. And disposable water bottles aren’t the answer-up to 60 million a day end up in landfills. The new Vapur Anti-Bottle ($9) is a nice solution. The reusable bottle stands upright when full and can be folded away in your pocket when empty. Made from BPA-free plastic, it’s super light-weight, freezable, dishwasher safe and holds 16 ounces.
It holds 16 ounces of water and rolls up to fit in a pocket. The bottle is reusable, washable, and comes in a few colors. [READ MORE]
Vapur Marketing Team