The Anti-Bottle: Vapur

You guys know how much I love reviewing new products. I received two different sizes of the Vapur to check out for consideration for my small biz, for a new fitness focused bundle for mom-to-be. And I couldn’t help but share my thoughts here!

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So the deal is that Vapur is a foldable water bottle , that you can have on hand at all times and fill it wherever there is a water fountain, sink, pitcher, etc! There is a handy handle/ clip so you can hold on to it easily or even attach it to your bike, gym bag, purse, or wherever.

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Then when you are done, store it away and fold it up for use at a later time!

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It is flat but when it fills up it stands on it owns. One con is that if you have a just a little bit left, you basically might as well finish because it actually won’t stand. But it does have a trusty top that clicks into place, so you can just lay it on its side, finish your last sip, and fold it up.

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There are MANY pro’s though! It comes in different shapes and sizes and kids options as well and most are around $10. You can freeze them, they are dishwasher safe, extremely light to carry even when filled up, and are BPA free. Check out the site for more info! Here are some of my fave colors/patterns:

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Q: Have you used a foldable bottle yet?

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