Lea Stewart

Vapur Unveils Water Filtering Anti-Bottles That Remove 99.99% of Bacteria

by , 03/11/13

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Vapur introduced several new products at the 2013 International Home + Housewares Show that expand their line of BPA-free “Anti-Bottles” – including a new filtering technology that safely removes 99.99% of bacteria and organic matter (it can make even river water potable). With a collection of fun new colors and super cute DIY customizing kits for kids, Vapur is encouraging the whole family to keep hydrated.

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Filtering up to 1,000 liters over its lifespan, the MicroFilter is not only extremely safe and easy to use, it’s also the lightest water bottle filter on the market. The Microfilter is a hollow fiber membrane technology from SureAqua. Vapur’s refillable bottles are foldable, freezable, and washable. They are a great alternative to traditional disposable water bottles and takes up very little space in a purse or bag. All Vapur Anti-Bottles are 100% BPA free and made in the USA.

Also new for Vapur, is the Shades collection of colorful and cost friendly flat bottles. Shades Anti-Bottles all have wide mouth opening, and integrated clips. Available in 0.7 Liter and 1.0 Liter sizes, they are versatile and efficient, folding up when empty for easy storage in a purse or pack.

Kids can stay hydrated too, with Vapur’s DIY graphic flat pack vessels called Quenchers. The really cool thing is that these bottles come with a set of stickers, so that kids can create their own character face!

+ Vapur

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