Carrying space comes at a premium.
DiFOLD is here to make ReUSE more manageable and FUN.

POCKET-SIZED
- 25 oz (750ml) fold at 80% in volume.

STURDY & DURABLE
- As stable as conventional bottles.

EASY-to-MAINTAIN
- Made of bio-based and easy-to-clean materials.

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The Origami Bottle is a hydration GAME CHANGER.

Precious purse saver
Space-saving gear
Traveling lighter
Your green festival wizard
Finding inner peace

First time folding 👀

Brought to life with the help of 3,400 backers from 70+ countries.

Backers' words:

I'll be taking mine to Burning Man! They're great quality - thanks so much for all the hard work.

Lars

The color is lovely, kind of a slate ocean blue, and I’m really impressed with how it was packaged. It’s amazing how small it folds, and it really does feel sturdy opened up.

Rebecca

Awesome job, DiFOLD! Took mine on a wild camping trip! It’s always great to save some space in the backpack 🎒

Wilco

Just got ours in Normandy, France! It's so much lighter than a regular metal bottle, it's going to help our backs daily.

Morgane

I love carrying it empty in my fanny pack through airports!

Adam Peek

Just received mine in Paris! They look fantastic. Gain of space in the bag when there is no water anymore. Brought them to my trip to Cuba in August. Magic!

Michel

OTHER collapsible bottles are made of SILICONE, which makes them soft, unstable and smelling like rubber.

Made of premium sustainable materials that keep your water taste like water.

  • Durable plant-based polymer that can take even thousands of folds

  • Free from odor, BPA and other toxins (FDA/EU compliant)

  • Dishwasher safe and easy-to-clean with a bottle brush

All materials can be recycled in a closed loop and turned again into new bottles.

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A small bottle for humans.
A big step in the Revolution of packaging.

We are on a larger mission to accelerate the transition to ReUsable packaging for consumer goods.

The Origami Bottle is the flagman that sets the stage for other foldable refillable containers.

Would you join us on this #ReUseReFold Revolution?