Rouleur x Coloral 1947 Limited Edition Bottle
Limited Rouleur edition Coloral and the only black Coloral bottles on the market
In the golden age of the 40s and 50s, a time of legends and bitter rivals, a metal ‘bidon’ was the container that riders used to carry water. The most recognisable bidon was Coloral, a fluted alloy bottle with a cork stopper and tooled cap signed off with a scripted logo. Riders didn’t just reserve them for bottling water, but also to preserve a simple blend of milk and sugar that kept energy levels high during competitions, and even wine when celebrating victories.
The reengineered 14 fl.oz Coloral bottle is upgraded using food-grade stainless steel brushed for a muted finish. Its robust design is lightweight and compact, and will fit modern bottle cages. It’s been vacuum insulated to keep cold drinks cool and your hot drinks piping hot, and there’s no plastic used in the flask or its packaging.
- 18/8 food-grade brushed stainless steel Vacuum insulated for hot and cold drinks
- Original fluted design
- Steel screw cap
- Cork base
- New specification fits into bike cages and cup holders
- Safe, non-leaching and toxin free durable and reusable
- 14 fl oz, 400ml
Love this classic
The coloral bottle is of exceptional quality and built to last. It’s a premium product but worth every penny. I’ve had a number of comments to say how nice the bottle is, and I’d have no hesitation recommending this.
Classy and functional
Fantastic experience great customer service Would recommend to anyone s shining example of how a company gets it righy
This steel is not a steal
Like Rouleur itself this bottle is style over substance and expensive. Yes it keeps its contents as cool as this thing looks. It’s an object of beauty but it is in no way suitable as a bidon for a bike ride. It’s not light nor possible to use while on the go. However it looks fantastic and feels great too. Capacity is limited but practicality is not your priority if you are considering one of these. I also bought the plain version when it came out here some years ago but this dark grey one is pretty nice. White wine in one, red in the other just to cover all bases It’s a five star product but two star in that it’s very expensive so I marked it a four
A thing of beauty
To paraphrase Oscar Wilde - ‘things should be useful or beautiful. Well, this bottle ticks both of those boxes. Beautifully crafted from the highest-quality materials, it fulfils its design brief perfectly. The ideal size to slip into a pocket or bag while out and about. It’s expensive, but consider it as a lifetime purchase. Unless you lose it, you’re highly unlikely to need to buy another.