The one water bottle you need for travelling

Stay hydrated while travelling with a bottle that fits in your pocket.

We all know the importance of staying hydrated while travelling. While one can of course buy bottled water along the way, as many travellers do, environmentally conscious travellers may appreciate this handy solution.

The Anti-Bottle by Vapur – the brainchild of three avid outdoorsmen – is a collapsible and reusable water bottle designed to be rolled, folded or flattened when empty, making it the perfect companion for any adventure.

Made from a durable three-ply composition, the Anti-Bottle is BPA-free and dishwasher safe. It also comes with a handy carabineer, allowing you to attach it to a bag or daypack.

Unlike bulky and rigid bottles, the Anti-Bottle can conveniently fit into pocket, purse or pack and is about 87 per cent lighter than a regular bottle (without the water weight). 

With sizes ranging between 400ml and 1L, the Anti-Bottle comes in a variety of colours and designs. You can also order different caps and, if you prefer wine to water, Vapur does flasks and wine carriers too – meaning no more tossing that half-empty bottle of vino or worrying about opening a wine-soaked suitcase.

If you’re worried about the quality of water on your travels, try Vapur’s filtration range: the MircoFilter can fit inside any 700ml or 1L Anti-Bottle. Removing 99.90 per cent of waterborne bacteria, it’ll save you buying bottles of Evian. It won’t just be your wallet thanking you either, the environment will too!

RRP: from approx. $10.60 plus shipping from Vapur or Amazon.

Find our more at Vapur.

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    Jim
    13th Aug 2016
    7:06am
    SJ not sure how you can carry this with you, you can't fill it with water and take it on the plane, so what's the advantage apart from carrying something that is lighter than bottles, or am I missing something in the article?
    SuziJ
    13th Aug 2016
    9:52am
    You can take empty water bottles with you through security. Check out this PDF doc: www.flightcentre.com.au/global-images/fc/pdfs/policies/9076_DOTARS_v9.pdf
    Jenny
    13th Aug 2016
    9:36am
    indicating price would be useful
    loraines
    13th Aug 2016
    10:45am
    What's the point of carrying an empty water bottle onto a plane? Aren't you able to ask for water from the stewards? They've never refused me.
    fish head
    13th Aug 2016
    12:32pm
    This is for AFTER you get off the plane. Took two similar novelty animal shaped bottles with me to Turkey. Great conversation piece and the unused one became a gift to my Courier's small daughter.
    adelaideite
    13th Aug 2016
    1:45pm
    Amazon won't ship to Australia,can anyone suggest another supplier I can order from? Many thanks,
    johnny
    15th Aug 2016
    9:54am
    The e-mail subject says "how to carry liquids on a plane". This doesn't help us. Sounds like a marketing ploy.


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