Description:The bottle will have 2 chambers. At the top of the bottle 2 dispensing caps marked (1) of the type that is attached on a separate picture.
The bottle is refillable and for easy refill the top part marked (2) will be either completely taken off or twisted sideways being attached at the centre somehow. The top part must sit on the bottle very tight so no liquid can leak outside or from chamber to chamber.
We are looking for the best solution how the top part can be attached to the bottle.
Wants:The most practical and reliable design will win.
Don't Wants:No leaking and no easily breakable designs
#12 Removable/twisting top part design for refillable 2 in 1 botlle by REDA
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#13 2 in 1 Refillable Shampoo bottle by SaketCad
#20 Pressfit Design & Refillable Design 3 by A Sai Surya
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