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Superlight, super packable.

Weighing less than five standard water bottles put together, the flexible Playpus Platy SoftBottle is the way to go for weight-conscious adventurers.  Once it's empty you can roll or flatten the bottle, making it ideal for any adventure whether you're backpacking, hiking, or running. Its BPA-free plastic is tasteless and provides a clean source of water wherever you roam, and it comes with either the standard closure, push-pull cap, or an intuitive HyperFlow cap that gives you an edge when you're moving fast.

  • BPA-free plastic
  • Available with closure, push-pull, or HyperFlow caps

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Platypus' Platy SoftBottle Rocks!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I'm a big fan of Platypus products and their SoftBottle is no exception. On backcountry adventures I use my 1L SoftBottle around camp / in my tent and as an emergency backup for my Platypus hydration system. I got the push-pull cap for easy drinks during the night. This cap is so hard to open and close that I mostly screw it on-off (and, thus, a one star deduction).

Photo shows my Grey 1L SoftBottle weighing in at 0.90 oz (empty) and 35.0 oz (full).

Platypus' Platy SoftBottle Rocks!
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  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

- Durable
- Lightweight
- Incredibly packable
- Incredibly packable
- Incredibly packable

- Hard to fill
- Takes getting used to

My platypus has survived many trips to deserts wit spiky plants, freezing temps, falling down a mountain, new years in Ecuador, you name it. It rolls down to the size of a highlighter to fit anywhere in your pack. It does take a little bit to get used to--I definitely poured water all over myself the first time I tried to drink out of it. If I can figure it out though, anyone can.