Multiple awardwinning bladders and made in USA. Lightweight at only30 grams and collapsible, the Platypus water bottle is unlike any other you've ever seen. Thanks to its flexibility, Platypus flattens to almost nothing when empty, but it stands upright on a stable base when full. It conforms to irregularities, so you can fill it from a mere trickle of a stream, and stuff it into small, tight spaces inside your pack.
The Platy bottle is also versatile in that it can be converted into a hydration bladder for a backpack by simply adding Platy accessories such as the drink tube, closure cap and filter link - which can all be purchased separate.
Made with durable triple-layer laminate and welded seam construction, Platypus is so strong it withstands freezing and boiling and it comes with a lifetime warranty. Platypus is lined with taste-free polyethylene, so your drinking water never gets that yucky, plastic taste.
Perfect for backpacking or travel
Platypus modular line of BPA-free and taste-free hydration products includes both handheld and hands-free options like hydration systems, hydration packs, water bottles, water treatment systems, wine preservation, and all the essential accessories for camping, backpacking, travel, work and sports.
By: Keith Baker on 14 September 2016Just the ants pants for motorcycle camping. Size both full and empty is ideal.
PLATYPUS 2.0L CLASSIC COLLAPSIBLE BOTTLE CLOSURE CBy: Rob Clarke on 19 May 2016Handy and crucial. Get several of these for your kit.
Review of Platypus 2.0ltr collapsible bottleBy: Michelle on 9 May 2016I bought this collapsible bottle for multi-day hiking. It works well in a backpack as it pliable and lightweight so packs in easily when full and takes up no space when empty (unlike my other drink bottles). It also has a gusset in the bottom so it stands up to even when full. Great when bush camping and gear is on the ground but also to gauge how much water you have left. This is a great product.
By: Telly on 18 March 2016
A concern about the PlatypusBy: A RYAN on 7 March 2016I have the older and smaller one litre model. It is l8ghtweight and packable and I woukd like this bigger one now. My concern is the sharp plastic heat-sealed edges and corners. I am seeing these bottles gradually sawing their way through the side pockets and fabric of my pack. Surely softened and rounded edges could be managed? Does anyone else see this?