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Collapsible Silicone Water Bottle - 20 oz. Case of 2

Reviews (3.4 out of 5 Grommets)

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3

Not that great

5/17/2017 by Natalie

I love the concept of the collapsible bottle. I purchased three and would like to return two as I used one. The bottle is bad on condescension and now at all insulated my water got room temp. really fast.

3

Functional - but falls over

5/3/2017 by Dick

Like using this collapsible bottle and it has a nice weight and feel; however three things are a nuisance: it falls over easily when fully extended, sweats in warm weather, and the detached lid is bulky to carry in a pocket when walking.

3

Funny taste

5/3/2017 by Philip

Has a smell to it as well as a taste

3

Ok item

2/25/2017 by Donna

It's ok but nothing special. No way to hook on to a backpack. Doesn't stand up very well by itself.

3

Small and compact

1/17/2017 by ALEXIS

Cons:

Smells bad. Washing on the top rack in the dishwasher 3 times to the smell out.

Very thin at the folds.

Doesn't hold 20 oz or 12 oz.

Bottle could spill while opening it if you squeeze the bottle to hard.

May not stand up with liquid in it with cap off. (I didn't have this problem.)

May break easily because of the thin silicone.

Pros:
Compact size when no liquid is inside, takes up less space in the gym bag/car/pocket, etc.

Easy to clean top rack dishwasher safe.

Lightweight.

Small size when compacted.

Overall I like it. I hope they improve the bottle.

3

Small flaw?

1/13/2017 by Peter

I bought this for my wife. I noticed when partially full it has a tendency to collapse a little at the bottom and lean. Has actually fallen over by itself.

3

Definitely wobbly.

1/11/2017 by Janet

The bottles work great in a bag or pack, but when placed on a hard surface (like a bedside table), it can easily topple over. Keeping the lid on helps, but if you leave the lid off...you have a mess.

3

Wobbly

12/22/2016 by Jenifer

It's okay. Its cool that it reduces down into a small bottle when empty. But when the bottle is filled with liquid, it is not sturdy and rather wobbly.

2

Cool Idea, but Rather Ineffective

4/16/2019 by Stephen

I was excited to get this bottle because I thought it would be so much easier to use it to provide myself with fresh water on flights and I fly frequently. I used it on three trips and then returned to my old aluminum bottle, which is more space-consuming when empty, but which doesn't leak and is easier to drink from than this bottle was. I found that the lid's seal was not completely watertight and I had drips of water on the outside of the bottle whenever the bottle was not upright. When full, the bottle will not easily stand on its own, which was something I failed to consider before purchasing it. Because it does not have a rigid bottom, it will not easily stay, for example, on the airplane's tray table. It is wobbly and falls over frequently, necessitating jamming it into the seat back pocket, which when you're 6'5" tall, as I am, means you have to give up precious legroom. I need a bottle that is stable (a rigid bottom would be a HUGE design improvement), watertight and holds more than this bottle does. I'd figured that I would end up getting 2 if I liked it so I could have all the water I desired, but was sufficiently unimpressed with the que to abandon that plan and return to my aluminum bottle. The que is in the Goodwill box in the garage.

2

Not great!

1/2/2019 by Scott

When it is not full of water, it tips over.

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The que Story

Can your water bottle fold like this?

Accordion Bottle

This BPA-free water bottle collapses to take up hardly any space in your backpack, purse, or even fanny pack.

The spiraled groove running around que allows the bottle to expand and contract like an accordion. Its dishwasher-friendly, flexible silicone body has a steel drinking rim and cap which creates an air-tight seal and prevents leakage.

Married duo Jean Wu and Kevin Shen wanted to dissuade people from using disposable plastic bottles. que’s clever convenience makes helping the environment easy!