There’s something about Bubi: Japan can’t get enough of water bottles that collapse to a third of their size

These are pretty cool actually! Always never liked the idea of having an empty large thing just taking up space after I drank all the water.

UPDATE: I checked them out but their shipping of one unit was wayyyyyyyy out of whack. $60 for shipponge to South Korea? Are you kidding me? PASS.

RocketNews24

Since being released in April 2013 in Japan, the American-produced Bubi brand of foldable water bottles had become a hit with the public. Despite it not being the first collapsible bottle on the market, as well as it being considerably more expensive, and while it isn’t even the dog days of summer in Japan, online shoppers here have been scooping up Bubis faster than they can be made.

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About DragonDon

Having a love of travel has lead me to move to South Korea in 2010. Moving to an Eastern culture from a Western culture is a wild experience and there is never a dull day!
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One Response to There’s something about Bubi: Japan can’t get enough of water bottles that collapse to a third of their size

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