Platypus Bottles Re-stocked – again

When I posted about restocking the bottles last time about a month ago, the platypus literally flew out the window (not that platypus fly in the literal sense – cute little water critters that they are).

I had to scramble to re-order and they’ve finally arrived again – hopefully in enough quantity that I won’t run out as fast this time. It just goes to show though – the platypus is a REALLY great little product, and so useful, it’s really great bang for the buck. (i.e. 1 x 0.5L bottle is equivalent to buying about 25 small bottles of water – considering you can use the platypus for at least 3 years and it gives you taste free, chemical free, fresh water, as well as semi-insulating your water – it’s a bargain at twice the price).

Is it any wonder that Platypus bottles are taking Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia by storm and everyone wants one?

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Now with the increased cost of living, doesn’t it make sense to carry around your own drinking water? Is anything more expensive (to your pocket and to the environment) than bottled drinking water?

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Platypus Bottles Re-stocked

Finally!  Platypus Bottles are now fully re-stocked, with a few new interesting accessories.  Platypus bottles are taking Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia by storm – everyone wants one.

Now with the increased cost of living, doesn’t it make sense to carry around your own drinking water? Is anything more expensive (to your pocket and to the environment) than bottled drinking water?

With a water filter at home and a platypus in any pocket or bag (the flexible lightweight design makes it so easy to carry around), you can have clean water wherever you go – for free!  Not to mention of course they are easy to hold and drink from with the choice of 3 types of caps available now.

These bottles are BPA safe, won’t leach and water won’t smell or taste bad after sitting in the bottle for a day – in fact, I’ve left my filled platypus in my hot car for days – and the water is still as taste and smell free as the day I filled it into the platypus.  Try doing that with a Metal Bottle or a normal plastic bottle. blecch.

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Green Fest – 2008 – a shorty post

Tiny Tapir was at the Green Fest 2008 this last Sunday the 8th at the Bukit Kiara park – we were there at the kind invitation of the Star.

It was AMAZING! and so good to see all the Malaysians so interested in our products! Tiny Tapir sold a ton of Envirosax, Rume bags, Roo-shoppers, Platypus drinking bladders, quite a few Cloth pads and we washed a whole TON of hands! (with the Nana Mays Magic Hands products)

A lot of follow up to be done after the fair, so I will write a super long post soon about our adventure and also – photos! (of which I didn’t take any because we were so rushed off our feet… not that I am complaining)