You can really take the new Origami folding bottle anywhere. Needless to say, the innovative project it is one of the most successful on the Kickstarter crowdfunding platform.
What is special about the Origami bottle?
The co-founder of Difold, Origami's creation company, is Petar Zaharinov, an architect. Petar is an expert and researcher of transformable structures in architecture and furniture. During one of his experiments he discovered a new folding method capable of creating a strong but foldable cylinder.
This is the winning feature of this nice and useful object: the really well thought-out design. The "imprinted" texture on the Origami folding bottle allows it to reduce its volume by an impressive 80%.
With a plus: unlike other folding bottles (which always have a somewhat unstable response), this remains ultra stable when open.
Aperta has generous capacity (750ml), ideal for outdoor activities, travel or journeys between home and school / work. When closed it becomes similar to an app icon: flat, square and with the “miniaturized” appearance of the bottle.
It can fit comfortably in a bag, or even in a jeans pocket.
Origami, little genius
Made with a robust and durable TPC polymer, odor-free and BPA-free, the Origami bottle is also equipped with a stainless steel cap with an integrated ring hook.
Not only design, in any case. The details are meticulously cared for: even the "texture" of the surfaces, rougher on the outside to facilitate grip, smooth on the inside to make cleaning easier. It can be washed by hand, but it is also suitable for the dishwasher.
Most of all, however, an immediate and "intrinsic" quality: each time you use the Origami folding bottle, you save 100 grams of CO2 emissions. Need to add more?
Promote your greener lifestyle with this little gem. If it can help you know something, I will tell you: I bought it.
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Gianluca Riccio, copywriter and journalist - Born in 1975, he is the creative director of an advertising agency, he is affiliated with the Italian Institute for the Future, World Future Society and H +, Network of Italian Transhumanists.