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  • Platypus - SoftBottle + Push-Pull Cap - Logo
    Platypus - SoftBottle + Push-Pull Cap - Waves
Platypus - SoftBottle + Push-Pull Cap

Platypus SoftBottle + Push-Pull Cap

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$6.95 - $6.98 $8.95

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    • Logo, 1L
      sale $6.95
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    Tech Specs

    Material:
    BPA-free plastic
    Volume:
    0.5 L, 1 L
    Valve:
    push-pull cap
    Recommended Use:
    hiking & camping, running
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    limited

    SoftBottle

    Save space in your hiking pack or trail running vest when bring along the Platypus SoftBottle with Push-Pull Cap. This low-profile bottle is lightweight, flexible, and takes up very little space once you've polished it off. Best of all, it's made from a BPA-free plastic and features a push-pull cap for quick and convenient hydration.

    • Light, flexible bottle flattens and rolls up for compact storage
    • Material is taste-free, BPA-free, and phthalate-free
    • Push-pull cap included

    Lightweight

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Took 2x 1L of these bottles to 4day 3 night backpacking. It works great. 1 bottle in each side pocket of my backpack.

    Nice, but they never seem to last.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I love these soft bottles as they always pack into a backpack really well since they're nice and pliable, fitting into the nooks and crannies of your pack with ease. In my experience they don't hold up to long term use/abuse though; eventually they always start to leak. I keep buying them though!

    Pocket bottle.

      You could go in for a water break every hour or two and waste a tiny, crappy, single-use plastic cup, or you could just keep this in your pocket on ski days. Real light, real packable, and real convenient.

      pocket h2o

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      easy and convenient is my motto

      Simple Bottle

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      This is a great idea if you want to have some water while skiing in the resort. I also use it on quick tours.

      Does the trick

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      This is a pretty handy little water bottle. I use it for resort skiing or light tours. When skiing the resort I keep it in my pocket and fill it up when I duck into a lodge for a break. The half liter is enough for a short tour or side country lap without taking up a ton of room in the pack.

      Not a bad bottle

        It's a good bottle to use, but it runs out pretty quickly (depends how you drink). it's good, but not totally worth it.

        Simple, light

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        Great way to carry a liter of water. The material is durable enough to take a bit of a beating. Cap is solid, I haven't had any issues with leaking. I use this primarily for splitboard tours, but it's a great bottle for anything if you're trying to stay light.

        Good Water bottle

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        I enjoy using this, especially with how easy it is to pack up and take with you. Recommended for camping as it is easy to make it very small.

        Cap not secure

          There aren't enough threads to keep the cap on tightly. I lost the cap before I could even fill it up with water-- which I suppose is a good thing, so I didn't get water everywhere.

          Mini reservoir kit

          • Familiarity: I've used it several times

          Pros:

          Made in the USA

          Super lightweight

          Needed only a liter of water to carry to be fast and lite

          Converts easily to a hydro tube which I currently am running

          No plastic taste

          The price tag

          Rolls up and stows away nicely

          Good for edc bags too

          The cons:

          Needs something to hold it up if converting to hydro tube. Sags and getting water becomes a real chore. And it always has a tendency to fall over in my pack.

          -I took this with me on the manitou incline and red rock canyon open space and ran perfectly as a tube set up. Was just the right amount of h2o and had some left over in the car. I do use this set up everyday though. I'm kinda interested in buying the big bite valve though, flow is okay but could be better. The only two flaws is what merits this product four stars.

          Mini reservoir kit

          just what I wanted

          • Familiarity: I've used it several times

          This was the perfect little bottle to stick in a jacket pocket so I didn't get thirsty out on the slopes.