Having received a Blender Bottle GoStak to test some months ago, we’ve been trying to figure out uses for it while backpacking.
As hard as we tried, we just couldn’t find a use for them in our very weight-conscious backpacks. It’s just hard to beat a lightweight inexpensive zip closure plastic bag.
However, not all of the time we spend outdoors requires carrying a pack. There’s road trips and camping in Primrose, our vintage VW camper.
Here is where they do what they were designed for, all in a neat, compact, easy-to-store, and (for us) easy-to-find package They easily fit in Primrose’s compartment above the sink and stove.
By attaching the GoStaks to each other, it’s nearly impossible to lose a lid. There’s a removable carry handle that uses the same Twist ‘n Lock system to attach or detach, making it easy to attach the GoStak to a carabiner and hang it anywhere.
They’re made of a durable, BPA free plastic, which is extremely resistant to stains and odors. Their primary design was for carrying portable nutrition items: vitamins, supplements, snacks or what ever else you can fit into them.
The GoStak is made up of jars with tightly fitting lids. Each jar can screw together to form a single unit. The length may be limited only by your imagination and cabinet space – we joked about building a hiking stick out of them.
The sizes range between 40cc and 150cc. They can be mixed and matched multiple ways.
The 40cc is fine for carrying Vitamin B12, the 60 and 100cc fit our glucosamine we take for our over-worked knees and the 150cc carries our sour gummy vitamins when ever we travel.
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