Vapur Eclipse Water Bottle Review | Ultra Compressible & Collapsible Water Bottle For Travel

Vapur Eclipse Water Bottle Review | Ultra Compressible & Collapsible Water Bottle For Travel

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  1. I am not sure if I would end up using it. I normally drink alcohol on the flight and we end up buying water at the store when traveling to other countries. However, I do like compact things!

    You have a new/different shirt, hopefully you went somewhere tropical!

  2. Hi Packhacker, thank you so much for reviewing this! I've been considering buying the Vapur for a while now.
    Great review! Just wondering would the opening be able to fit ice cubes?

  3. I’ve had this water bottle for 3 years and it’s still going strong, admittedly I didn’t really use it the first year. But I love it

  4. It takes serious dedication to test the endurance of a water bottle for more than a year. Or at all, for that matter.

  5. Yup. We got 2 of these prior to our 2-week trip to Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. Each day, we would fill up in the hotel, placed the bottle in the side pockets of the LLBean Stowaway Daypack and then went out to enjoy the city. This is a perfect travel bottle when you're packing lite. My wife was filling up in Heathrow and got asked by a surprised traveler what type of bottle that was. The only thing I am not sure about is if there would be any issues with the plastic if this goes un-used for a few months.

  6. Thanks for this review. I was considering this bottle, but I was worried about a plastic smell or taste. I have used a similar bottle and that one was suffering from a plastic taste. Have you found a similar thing with the Vapur?

  7. Used on of these for about 4 years. Loved it. Changed recently to a Hydrapak Stash, more stable and easier to clean/dry; although is just a bit bigger when compressed and no built in clip.

  8. Yes! I need this staying hydrated is definitely the key when traveling obviously you do a lot of walking and moving so hydration is the key keep you in the game longer

  9. If you want your water to stay cold, you can pull a wet sock over the bottle. When the water of the sock evaporates in the sun, the water inside the bottle cools down

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