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Vapur in the News


Teen Vogue

October 2010

Teen Vogue: Vapur’s Anti-Bottle Water Bottle

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]

Student Advisor Magazine

September 2010

CSQ Magazine

August 2010

CSQ Magazine: Drinking Problem: Solved

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]

Sunset Magazine

March 2010

Sunset Magazine: A Foldable Water Bottle

Ski Magazine

February 2010

Drink Up

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.

Entrepreneur Magazine

January 2010

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]

805 Living

December 2009

Vapur flexible reusable water bottle rolls to fit in your pocket [READ MORE]

Glamour Magazine

December 2009

Glamour: Health & Fitness: Tired of Lugging a Heavy Water Bottle? This One Folds Up!

I carry an enormous Kleen Kanteen water bottle wherever I go (well, in my enormous bag–I know, my poor back). So when I saw a new product that promises a lighter-weight water-drinking experience, I thought it looked pretty interesting. [READ MORE]

Springwise

November 2009

Springwise.com: Reusable water bottle flattens & folds when empty

To reduce the number of plastic water bottles that end up in landfills, consumers are encouraged to buy reusable bottles. Since those can be bulky to carry along, a company in Thousand Oaks, California designed an alternative. [READ MORE]

Daily Candy

October 2009

Daily Candy: The Weekend Guide

USE: Vapur Water Bottles. The handy containers can be flattened and folded when empty — so they’re super easy to transport and store. [READ MORE]

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