Water Bottle (Nalgene/Camelbak) Repair

My Friend,

                     I decided that I did not like the color of my Camelbak water bottle. I had it hanging from the strap on my backpack as I was walking to class, and thought that I might do something about the color. I then proceeded to throw myself off of my ripstick, squarely on my back, so as to hit the bottle against the ground and break it, thereby creating the necessity of buying another. Well, it worked, and I now wish to make amends. (Long story short, [despite my previous alibi] I accidentally fell on my Camelbak water bottle, and put a breach in the base/bottom.) How might I repair this without the use of fire, (I am a little wary of melting it and releasing undesirable chemicals into my drinking water) duct tape or some other highly unsavory method of repair? (Slightly unsavory methods are just fine) Thank you for your advice!                                                  

                                                                            Much Obliged,  
                                                                                      One Moore Guy

Re-design5 years ago
I believe they make a repair kit. That's logical since they are so expensive. Ask or look for them where ever Camelbaks are sold.