Just go to any shop selling trekking equipment and buy a metal drinking bottle. Not too expensive these days. You can use it for years, so it has a small footprint despite of manufacturing print. There is sizes to choose, from 0,5 to 2 liters. Survives very rough handling, and surely survives being packed in luggage. Chills easily and keeps cool if wrapped on a shirt et. in your packpack.

Haven't tried, but propably would go through airport security also, emptied, and then just fill up again after security for long haul flights. (Unless you transit in Singapore, where they re-check on boarding gate.)

--Epka, 19-Oct-2008

Yeah, but they look boring :-)

--JanneJalkanen, 19-Oct-2008

When I was travelling in India I got bacterial dysentary from drinking bottled water there. Turns out those bottles of water sold at the street stands were filled with local tap water and recapped.

--G1 Android Accessories, 10-Nov-2008

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