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    Yep - When I was in India , I was intending getting a copper water bottle, however, I stuffed my Synapse 25 so full, I ran out of room.
    So, needless to say, I didnt get one.
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    I have this: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1 and I really like it. Easy to hold, neoprene cover helps insulate it, keeps water/ice cold all day.

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    Iíve got this one from SimpleModern (17 ounces, easily found on Amazon ó basically a knockoff Swell bottle), and it does a good job keeping my water cold. True, it doesnít hold a ton, but that just ensures that I make more trips to the water cooler, breaking up my office computer time. And its slim profile means it fits wherever I need it to.




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    Kirkland brand bottled water from Costco. Light, thin-walled, tasteless...not officially "collapsible", but you can smash them down pretty easily to make room in your bag, and pop them back out to fill them. Only downside is noisy collapsing and un-collapsing them. Might even be able to get a filter cap for it. Toss it in the recycler at the end of the trip!

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