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Platypus Platy Plus Bottle

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    As a standalone bottle or tucked into your backpacking pack, the Platypus Platy Bottle keeps the fluids flowing.

    The Platypus Platy Bottle is a portable fluid container that's perfect for backpacking or travel. Platypus shaped the Platy Bottle to fit comfortably in your hand making it easy to drink on the go. The Platy Bottle is significantly lighter in weight than conventional hard plastic bottles, making it an ideal choice for serious backpackers. Add a Platypus Taste-Free Drink Tube to the Platy Bottle and you have a hands-free hydration system.
    • Item #CAS0448

    Tech Specs

    Volume
    (1L) 1 L, (2L) 2 L
    Claimed Weight
    (1L) 0.8 oz, (2L) 1 oz

    Tech Specs

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    Great for a day hike

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I bought this because my ABS pack does not have a hydration bladder sleeve/port. The 1L option with the handle is the size I went with. It is the perfect amount of water to bring on a day tour - not too much, not too little water.

    So far I am loving it.

    Love this

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    I carry one or two 1 liter sized bladders in my pack so I can have extra capacity with very little added weight. They usually travel rolled up with a rubber band keeping then tight. They weigh in at 0.2 oz, if memory serves. I carry a 32 oz plastic bottle for use throughout the day so these give me the capacity to carry up to a gallon of water if needed without weighing down my pack. Water is heavy enough so I keep the containers as light as possible.

    Great, easy to carry water bottle

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    I bought two of these and have mainly been using one everyday. I bring it everywhere I go since it easily folds down and is super light. I have a Nalgene too which I like but it is much bulkier and heavy when full. I plan to take these camping, climbing, hiking, etc. And like one user said, no plastic taste at all and they stay pretty clean. Very much a recommended purchase!

    light, compact, flavorless

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I've been using this bladder for awhile now and absolutely love it. It imparts absolutely no plastic taste (I had issues with an MSR bladder that constantly tasted like plastic even after 12 months of use). It doesn't seem to funk up as quickly as a Nalgene (I basically just rinse it after every use), it's pretty damn durable and actually stands upright too. When it's empty it rolls up and takes up almost no space in your pack/pocket. Love this thing so much I bought the 3L as well.

    Basic, simple and compact

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I pretty much only use this bladder now. I have the 2 liter but it holds over 2 liters. I like that it is really compact when empty.

    I need my H2O

      I like the 2 liter because you can put it in your pack and it conforms to what your pack is doing. I just keep refilling my nalgene bottle and stuff it back in the pack till the last refill. I think it is much easier to use than having two extra rigid nalgenes stuffed in there.



      The only reason I go with the rigid nalgenes over this pouch is if I want to put any electrolytes or amino fuel into my bottles. I just use the pouch for plain water.





      The perfect minimal bottle

      • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

      I bought two of 1 liter bottles four years ago and it wasn't until recently that one of them sprung a tiny leak. I am amazed they lasted for as long as they did considering the use I got out of them. These bottles survived two years in the Peace Corps, and travelling through Turkey, Ukraine, Moldova, Romania, Hungary, Croatia, Austria, and Germany, and backpacking in Arizona, and the Michigan UP. They've been dropped, stepped on, and used as pillows. The biggest plus is that they take no room when empty, unlike hard case bottles. You can fit them in your pocket when empty. Everyone who has seen them, asked where to find them. An absolutely wonderful product.

      Reliable packable bottle

      • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

      I've been using Platypus products for well over a decade now, and am generally quite pleased with their performance. These bottles are no exception.



      I purchased 1 and 2 liter bottles to use primarily for backpacking. They're ideal for my treks, mainly because of their efficient packability, as they easily take shape to whichever space they fill. I've also never had any problem whatsoever with punctures, rips, or tears to my Platypus bladders. The simple screw-on lid ensures durability with a seal that you can trust will hold.



      My only knock on Platypus bottles is that they require a bit of extra care. When empty, the bottles collapse flat so removing all moisture for sanitation and storage can be a little difficult. In this case however, the functionality of the product certainly outweighs the downside.

      Needs a better bottle cap

      • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      I ended up buying the 1L "easy carry" bottle with the handle. Unfortunately, the only cap that comes with this bottle is a screw-on cap that is not attached to the bottle except when the bottle is closed. I got only 1-1/2 days of use out of this bottle before the inevitable occurred when I was half way up a multi-pitch climb. I dropped the cap as I was taking a drink, and the bottle cap bounced its way down the rock and got stuck someplace in an unknown crevice. I was left with a bottle half full of water and nothing to keep the water from falling out, so I drank all the water early and had no water for the rest of the afternoon. In short, the handle is useful to clip onto your harness, but it's not so useful if you happen to drop the bottle cap when you're climbing. A pop-up bottle cap closure would fix this problem.



      I haven't been able to use the bottle since the second day of use since I haven't found a compatible replacement cap yet.

      Great for backpacking

      • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

      This a great water bottle. It is pretty durable for what it is- a plastic, flexible water bottle. I use it when I am backpacking along with my Nalgene. Clips right to my pack and when it is empty I just fold it up and put it in a hole in my pack. Super lightweight and dont even know its there.

      Like it Better than a Nalgene

      • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

      This does not replace a Nalgene, as that bottle will always be more durable than this bag. With that being said the bag has a special place in my pack. The place where a 2L Nalgene would never fit. This bag can hold 2L of water and has sits flat. The Definitely durable as long as you dont constantly roll it up or fold it. I had one crack on me years ago. The picture shows it in my climbing bag rubbing against all the cams and my nut tool.

      Like it Better than a Nalgene

      Durable and Lightweight

        This is an excellent lightweight bottle that is very durable and lightweight.

        It works well as a reservoir for my MSR filter and packs down to nothing.

        I will never bring another water bottle while hiking or skiing.

        The weight and packability make this a no brainer

        Never looking back

        • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

        The version I received had a screw cap w/ molded in handle. I can't say I tossed out my Kleen Kanteen's and Nalgenes but if somebody is looking for deal, they could score them cheap. The Platypus works with my water filter, stows small when empty and fits in my pack pockets much better. They are not cheaper but good stuff rarely is.

        My new Nalgene

        • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

        I have always used Nalgene water bottles but after purchasing two platypus bottle's, I have been convinced this is a much better design. First off I don't spill water down my neck with the narrow spout. Second, they pack down to virtually nothing which is great for just about any activity. Finally, when full, these pack a lot easier than a bulky water bottle. I can put these in the hydration system pouch that most packs have. This is great especially during the winter when most hydration systems freeze. This is the water bottle to go with, look no further.

        love it

        • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

        Once tried, always used. Lightweight, durable, plenty of capacity. At 37g (1.3oz) and a volume capacity of 2.3L (78 fl oz) if filled to the brim, it's unmatched. I own two of these, and you'll never catch me on an overnight trip without one.



        They're perfect for storing filtered water at basecamp or for some extra capacity between stops without water.

        One of the Best!

        The Platypus Plus Water Bottle is an example of USA made ingenuity. With Platypus making this Plus water Bottle flexible, it gives you the ability to have a container for water (34oz capacity) when you need it, but not take up space and weight (1.3oz when empty) in your pack when you do not. I was never into the whole flexible water bottle.... CLICK LINK BELOW TO CONTINUE FULL REVIEW WITH HD PICTURES



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        It worked like it was supposed to

        • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

        I like the fact that it has a holder at the top. After filling the bottle with freshly filtered water, I don't always want to hold it by its body, and having the holder at the top is a good way to carry it around. Easy to use and no reason not to use it over and over again around the camp.

        Are these 1L bottles BPA free? Also, I...

        Are these 1L bottles BPA free? Also, I would be using this to clip onto my climbing harness, can someone confirm whether this 1L bottle has a handle as shown in the main picture? (some of the user provided pictures appear to be missing the handle). Thanks!

        Are the 2.0 Liter Platy Bottles just sold...

        Are the 2.0 Liter Platy Bottles just sold out or are they no longer stocked?? -Thanks!

        Best Answer

        Hey Anthony and Ashley,

        The 2.0 Liter Platy bottles are just out of stock currently. No worries though, we have more on the way! Although we cannot guarantee a date for you, we should have more in by the end of April. If you have any other questions feel free to call us at 1-800-409-4502

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        Is this the old model? Looks like in the...

        Is this the old model? Looks like in the pictures. I hope its is as I heard the newer model has a different thread pattern that doesn't work well with the sawer squeeze.



        Does anyone have experience with this model and the sawer squeeze?

        2 Questions -1) is this model BPA-free?...

        2 Questions -1) is this model BPA-free? 2) what are the appx.dimensions filled with water (or air)? I want it to double as a Stuff Sack pillow while inflated (yes I'm a girl :))

        Does anyone know if its safe to use water...

        Does anyone know if its safe to use water treatment tablets/drops in these?

        Best Answer

        Absolutely! The material, though flexible, is very similar in performance as other plastic bottles like Nalgene. There is zero taste whether you leave the bottle in the sun or use hot liquids. You can also place in the freezer (making sure you don't over-fill the bottle) if you so desire. They are incredibly durable, light, and will not absorb chemicals, tastes, etc. Hands down the best ultra-light backpacking water bottle on the market!

        Will the 2 liter fit in the side bottle...

        Will the 2 liter fit in the side bottle pockets on a backpack?

        It all depends on what pack & side pocket you're talking about. I carry the two liter in my side pocket & not filling it all the way, then using the lower side compression strap to secure the top of the Platy. When it contains less water, I then fold it in half & stuff the entire bottle in the pocket.

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        Write your question here...Is the bottle...

        Write your question here...Is the bottle safe to use if it has
        been exposed to heat/sun?

        Best Answer

        Yes it is totally safe to use your "Platy" bottle but it might be suspect if it's been exposed to constant UV for years on end. This would destroy anything made from nylon, plastic, PE, PU, etc.

        The "Platy" bottle can also handle hot water without any problem.

        Is there anything like this on the market,...

        Is there anything like this on the market, exept with a wider opening for easier filling? Looking for a winter bottle that works like a Nalgene when pouring water from a pot after melting snow (exept I want a foldable bottle).

        If it shows signs of mold, how do you clean...

        If it shows signs of mold, how do you clean it?

        Best Answer

        A name brand or a store brand antibacterial denture cleanser is just as effective as any reservoir makers' tablets. If really bad, those effervescent tablets may need help with a soft wire brush as mentioned above.Make a habit after each trip to clean reservoir with the tablets overnight and air dry interior completely before storing back in gear closet.A 32 to 1, water to bleach solution will suffice & is much easier & less expensive. Thoroughly rinse afterwards.