Liquitainer™ Flexible Water Bottle
- All SOURCE Hydration Systems are BPA and EA Free
Lightweight foldable, durable water Bottle
Choose from 3 sizes
Just stick this flexible foldable bottle in your pocket or jersey. Great alternative or backup to any backpacked hydration system. Also good to store hot soup, sterilize water and deep freeze (only 0.75 & 1 & 2 liter Liquitainer™ models).
- Folds flat when empty and stands upright and stable when full.
- Triple-layer taste-free film
- Resistant to extreme temperature: from -20oC to +100oC.
- BPA and Phthalate free.
Liquitainer High Performance Cap
- Superior seal resists 3 bars
- High flow rate 47 ml/second
- Active hinge flips back 170˚
- Organoleptic PE spout
Watch: Liquitainer Care & Use
Taking Care of Your Liquitainer
Cleaning recommendations for the Liquitainer is the same as with all our hydration systems: It is recommended to gently wash the Liquitainer after use, especially if it was filled with liquids other than water (such as sweetened beverages) or before prolonged storing.
Wash the Liquitainer with soapy water or a natural sterilizer, such as lemon juice (chemical materials can damage the film and are NOT recommended). Rinse well. Dry Liquitainer completely before storing.
25.5cm x 13cm
31cm x 13cm
33cm x 18cm
I use the liquitainer playing golf in the tropical heat and humidity of Malaysia, filling the container and freezing it, then having ice cold water for the entire golf round of about 4 hours.
So far the liquitainer is very strong and durable and the water has no taint or other tastes. Thank you Source!
I would buy this bottle always again.
My solution is to replace the caps with other caps which are readily available on other solid and single use water bottles. These replacement caps lack your pull up nozzle, which is also a less than adequate design, but at least they hold the seal and don't leak.
My advice is to review your design and supply chain for the caps as they lower the otherwise commendable design.
I did hesitate before breaking anything but that's how it's supposed to be done ...