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Vapur "Break-Up Infinity Bottle"

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Vapur "Break-Up Infinity Bottle"

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Break-Up Infinity Bottle
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Made in the USA like all Vapur products the "Break-Up Infinity Bottle" is the perfect solution for kayak anglers waning a great alternative to plastic water bottles. The Breakup-Up Infinity Bottle lays down, stands up, and hangs on its included carabiner. When done, just roll it up and pack it home to refill. The Break-Up Infinity Bottle comes in three sizes, .5 .7 and 1 full liter.



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Pros & Cons

Vapur Anti-Bottle

When I first received my vapur anti-bottle I thought how clever the idea was, but questioned the durability. Come on. Really? A plastic bag for a bottle. No way that can hold up to the punishment that yakanglers put on their equipment. After three weeks of continued use I have been surprisingly incorrect. If Mossy Oak agrees to allow someone to use their patterns you bet that it is built tough and the vapur bottle sure is tough. From the kayak to the powerboat and even in the field hunting, the vapur bottle is adaptive and rugged enough to handle it all. The container itself is simple and impressive. All of the seams are watertight and finished with no sharp edges. Each seam has a generous overlap of material that can handle rugged conditions. The cap is impressive as well. A screw in type with an o-ring seal and a super secure closure to ensure no spills. An added benefit is an integrated locking ring to secure your anti bottle to whatever you need. The coolest thing about the anti bottle is the portability. When empty you can roll the whole thing up to fit into your cargo pocket. A great feature for cramped kayaks. My only complaint is the capacity of the anti bottle. On an offshore trip in Florida I found myself constantly refilling the bottle. The .7L capacity just wasn't enough for me even on a 75 degree fall day. The good news is that there is a 1L anti bottle, but not available in the mossy oak pattern yet. Some ways to improve the anti bottle would be with the addition of vapur's available filtration systems. Maybe there could even be an opportunity to add a lifestraw attachment that could be used to drink from unsanitary sources for all the survivalists out there. I gave the vapur anti bottle 4/5 stars. My only issue is the capacity, but for kayak anglers with limited space this is a tremendously innovative way to meet your hydration needs.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
7-15 times

Pros & Cons

Rugged, Portable, Mossy Oak!
small capacity
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(Updated: November 23, 2015)

Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity Bottle the Anti-Bottle

When I received the Vapur Anti-Bottle, I had to fight my wife and son for it. We regularly carry water bottles on our adventures and the .7 liter (23oz) size is just about perfect for our needs. My first adventure with it was in the deer woods and I really liked the fact that it could lay flat or stand up and not roll around. It packed well in my backpack and when I carried it in my vest it conformed to the pocket unlike a bottle would. It also didn’t “crinkle” when it was partially empty; not important in a kayak, but very important in the woods! The carabiner allows it to hook on rigging or ropes and if you have ever had to chase an escaped bottle down river you will appreciate that. One other benefit to lying flat is that the Anti-Bottle doesn’t roll. When I shift my weight in the kayak I hate it when a bottle rolls and thumps the boat. I figure I make enough noise without any help!
The spout is easy to open and to drink from and there is no plastic taste or odor to it. When you are done just roll the Anti-Bottle up and take it home to reuse. It takes up very little space when you roll it and the thought of one less plastic bottle in our landfills is pretty awesome. They come in .5, .7 and 1 full liter and have a filtration system available as well. I can already tell I need to add a couple more for my crew because they keep eyeballing mine. I will report back after a while on the durability and longevity. It seems very well built from what I can tell. If it survives a season on my adventures it will be well worth the price!

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
2-6 times

Pros & Cons

Quiet, Reusable, Won't roll on kayak floor
none yet, still testing durability
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