The reusable bottle may never be the same. DiFOLD has developed a bottle that is collapsible, and named it the Origami bottle.
One use of this bottle is for water. The bottle can be folded easily and carried in collapsed form in a backpack or purse. The user can then fill the container from a drinking fountain or refill station. This would eliminate the need to purchase a plastic bottle of water.
The Origami bottle offers several features. It is made from a plant-based material, whereas many competitor products use petroleum in their production. This bottle’s material is easily recycled. It is also durable.
Another use of this product is to refill it with other liquids besides water, leading to the nickname of ‘the Milk Man model’. Although not as common today, at one point in time it was very common for milk to be delivered in reusable glass bottles. The origami bottle hopes to replicate this approach by having customers bring back the bottle to the store to be refilled at the store. Or it could be returned in collapsed form to a facility to be refilled.
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