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Flat, flask style water bottle for Ristretto

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    Flat, flask style water bottle for Ristretto

    So the Ristretto is flat and tall and I though hmm a flask style water bottle would be perfect, something flat and rectangle shaped right. So I have searched, and searched and search and I can not find anything.

    I do not want anything that resembles a liquor flask and I thought I found the one when I found the Sigg Flask bottle, but sadly there discontinued (agains searched and searched for a vendor to no luck).

    Anyone have any ideas or suggestions?

    #2
    I've used a Platypus brand collapsible water bottle for years now (two different kinds) and luv-luv-luv them! They're great for any kind of travel because, really, only the water takes up room - once it's gone, you can roll them up or flatten them completely and they store in a tiny amount of space.

    The absolutely only drawback I've ever encountered is that sometimes strangers do a double-take cuz they think you might be drinkin' from an IV bag. /:~\ (people can be stoodip.) Otherwise, couldn't recommend it more!

    ~ hb33 ~
    "To make a prairie it takes a clover and one bee" ... and a Cork Swift, Forest/Cork Imago, Coyote/Steel LS, Black Buzz, Wasabi and Black SSBs, LSBs in every color, YSSs in every color and size, coupla 3DCOCs, all the KTPs, and countless OPs. ~ apologies to Emily Dickinson.

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      #3
      Awesome, just bought two of them thanks much!

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        #4
        Oh many thanks for posting this link! That sounds like it might be perfect for me as well!

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          #5
          for what its worth, Nalgele also makes a flask style bottle.

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