*shrug* fair enough.
I'm not attacking the product, I'm just approaching it with skepticism versus the usual enthusiasm.
I've exploded *many* containers in the pursuit of bulk beer portage. Let's consider them prototypes also.
If this product works, I'll give it props. I saw no mention of overcoming pressure concerns in the article, but admittedly I'm drunk on non carbonated alcoholic beverages at 3:00am EST, trying to finish some pieces for Blade Show in Atlanta this coming week.
It's equally as strange to me btw, that someone would not regard a product with reservations, without having used it, as it appears you regard my cautions, based on experience, to remain doubtful, without the same said experience. Different strokes as they say. In my defense, however, I'll say that I'm not your average "consumer".
Take that for what you will.
EDIT: Just to clarify, regardless of validity of this product, I do *assume* that the vast majority of general "outdoor gear" is grounded in the frivolous ambiguity of *actual* trail usefulness as 99% of the rest of so-called "outdoor gear". Very little (1%) of which has any real relevance to the UL/BPL community. Yes. I'm a cynic. Sorry (not really.).