Vapur’s Anti-Bottle Grows with the New 1L Element
This week “Anti-Bottle” manufacturer Vapur released a new model, the Element, with a larger capacity and redesigned cap. Vapur’s doypack-based water containers are an intelligent alternative to standard water bottles as they compress relatively flat when not in use, saving space in your bag. I love doypacks because they’re basically the Murphy Beds of the structural package design world.
Sparkling water, or flat?
The new Element bumps capacity up to 0.7-liter and 1-liter sizes, and the redesigned “Supercap” on this one gets both a beefier clip and a larger spout to deliver the extra volume quicker.
Other than that, the Element’s construction remains the same as the smaller-capacity (0.4L and 0.5L) Classic models: It’s made from a three-ply blend of BPA-free nylon and antimicrobial polyethylene that will stand up to the dishwasher or the freezer. Vapur manufactures in the USA, and a portion of sales goes towards environmental causes.
The Element comes in three colors, namded Water, Wind, and Fire. (They’re one element off from being nominated for 20 Grammys.)