|2pcs Vapur Reflex Anti Water Bottle Outdoor Foldable Sport Water bag 16oz 480ml|
Time Remaining: 8h
Buy It Now for only: $5.00
|5pcs Vapur Reflex Anti Water Bottle Outdoor Foldable Sport Water bag 16oz 480ml|
Time Remaining: 8h 1m
Buy It Now for only: $10.00
Never drink bottled water again! Vapur is the most portable refillable water bottle on the planet. Vapur stands when full- but when empty, you can roll it, fold it or flatten it- making it easy to carry and use everywhere. An attached carabiner allows you to clip Vapur wherever you like. And you can keep your bottles straight by writing your name on the back. We hope youll always keep one handy - in your car, office, purse, briefcase, backpack...wherever! Every Vapur is made from ultra-durable, FDA-approved, BPA-free plastic. Vapur is designed to withstand everyday use and regular cleaning. The inner layer is odor, taste and stain resistant. To clean, simply place it on the top rack of your dishwasher and air dry. Vapur can be sealed tight for packing and can even be frozen! Tip: freeze and use Vapur as a portable ice-pack or to keep water cold for a long journey. Vapur collapsible bottles ship flat so they take less space and use less fuel to transport than rigid water bottles. Our packaging is printed using wind power on 100% post-consumer paper. And we support water-related environmental causes through participation in 1% for the Planet.
I love drinking water so much that my friends have dubbed me an honorary water buffalo. But the worst part of drinking agua, if you ask me, is schlepping a bottle around with you. They're heavy, they can be bad for the environment, and inconvenient if you're traveling. Enter Vapur! Vapur is a line of really rather brilliant water bottles. They're collapsible (so you can take them through security sans water when flying, or stow one in your backpack for when you need it), reusable and dishwasher safe, freezeable... The list goes on! I am obsessed with mine and it's now a yoga/workout staple for me.
Green Star: Vapur Water Bottles by Eva Chen Teen Vogue