Category: Vapur in the News

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No glass bottles allowed? This lightweight, BPA-free nylon vessel holds up to 750 ml of liquid, and collapses so you can easily stash it when you’re done.

Country Living Magazine

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Avoid broken bottles and transfer your Pinot into this collapsible wine carrier, large enough to hold an entire bottle. ($11.95 ,

US Weekly

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Yoga Journal


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Fastlane Lifestyle Magazine

  • June 17th, 2014
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Vapur Shades collapsible water bottle, $10, at Whole Foods, 226 E 57th St between Second and Third Aves (646-497-1222) • 4 Union Sq South between University Pl and Broadway (212-673-5388) •

Substitute clunky plastic bottles for something lightweight and collapsible that’s easy to carry and stow.

Time Out New York

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USA Love List

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USA Love List

When space as well as weight matters, the collapsible, reusable Anti-Bottle by California-based Vapur might just do the trick. The Vapur Eclipse in matte olive holds 0.7L of hot or cold beverage and comes with a widemouth flip top SuperCap for one-handed access.



The Outsiders – New Outdoor Creativity

  • May 1st, 2014
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STAYING HYDRATED ON TRAIL – If you really want to go hassle-free, try the Vapur MicroFilter Anti-Bottle. With an integrated water filter, this 34-ounce bottle just needs to be filled from a lake or stream; then pop the top and drink up. The 3-ply construction makes this a very sturdy soft bottle, and another WT trail-tested favorite.


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Washington Trails

IN WITH THE CHILL AND OUT WITH THE GROSS – Students at Newbury Park High School have a fellow student to thank for two new fixtures that offer chilled, filtered water. Senior Kathryn Reinke said she was inspired to bring the water stations to her school because the old fountains on the 47-year-old campus were “gross” and dirty and the water that came out of them was warm. “No one really wanted to use them, but people need to hydrate and stay healthy,” said Reinke, 17. Her father, Brent Reinke, co-founded Vapur, a company that makes and sells flexible, reusable water bottles. Vapur also offers stainless-steel hydration stations where people refill water bottles. Vapur_In the News_VC Star

Ventura County Star