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Old 07-16-2014, 05:28 PM   #1
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Vapur water bottles- bottle sweating

Have seen lots of posts about Vapur water bottles. What size do you find best for putting ice in from the parks? I have found these water bottles sweat a ton!! Is there something you can use around them to prevent that? Or is the sweating of the water bottle a nice cooling feature? I really don't want to put everything else I have into waterproof pouches just to use one of these though.

Any other water bottle recommendation? The last times we went, we had a stroller. Having everyone carry their own things this time in drawstring backpacks.
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Stick them in a sock. It soaks up the moisture and doesn't get everything else wet.
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We took a Camalbak insulated filtered water bottle. We each had our own but DH and I just shared one in the parks so less to carry. We refilled with water mostly from the food court at our resort and from CS places. But if we had to refill from a drinking fountain or room sink (at MCO they also didn't have a water bottle fill up like SFO did, so had to use a water fountain there too) the water didn't taste too bad. Also, it didn't get things all wet.
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Stick them in a sock. It soaks up the moisture and doesn't get everything else wet.
Just tried the sock. It works great. I think I will try and get some with grips on them that are more interesting then just white.
We plan on just putting ice in them to melt. In the past we used our resort mugs, but we had a stroller to keep upright in.
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