OutGear 2 Liter Hydration Bladder – Heavy Duty Replacement Water Reservoir – Leak Proof Cap – Best for Hiking, Camping, Cycling, Hunting

July 31, 2017 - Comment
Add to Cart $10.99Amazon.com Price
(as of June 29, 2019 17:26 GMT+0200 - Details)

STAY HYDRATED AND REFRESHED IN THE GREAT OUTDOORS

No More Thirst

Looking for a convenient way to stay hydrated when out tackling the outdoors? Then Outgear’s 2-liter hydration pack bladder is just what you need! It is designed using heavy duty EVA material with a pressure-tolerance of 99.2lbs; strong enough to endure an arduous hiking trip without any damage. And you’ll never have to deal with a drenched backpack thanks to the high quality screw cap that prevents all leaks.

Stress Free Sipping

We’ve made it conveniently quick and easy to have a drink in the middle of all the physical activity. Just gently bite and pull on the high-flow valve with your front teeth to have a sip, and push back to stop water flow. There is even a dust cover securely attached to the valve to prevent it from getting lost. And unlike inferior products, you won’t experience any plastic taste. All the materials used are completely BPA-free for a safe and refreshing drinking experience.

Here is why you’ll love this water hydration bladder:

– Smooth interior that prevents lime and bacterial build-up.

– 2 clip holes at the top and handle on screw cap for easy portability.

– Measures 16.2 x 6.7 inches to comfortably fit in any backpack.

– Detachable drinking tube and wide opening for easy cleaning.

– Eco-friendly and tough design to offer maximum durability

More details:

Dimensions: 16.2 x 6.7 inches

Weight: 7 ounces

Capacity : 2L

Hose Length: 38 inches

Opening diameter: 3.1 inches

Hanging notches: 1 x 0.2 inches

Count on this water reservoir bladder by Outgear for an environmentally-conscious, convenient, and hygienic way to keep hydrated while on the go. Click ‘Add to Cart’ now!

Product Features

  • NO RISK OF LEAKING: This heavy duty hydration bladder replacement is made using tough EVA material that is wear-proof and has a pressure tolerance of 99.2lbs. The screw cap forms an ultra-tight seal to prevent any leaks whatsoever.
  • EASY TO DRINK: We’ve fitted a high-flow bite valve at the end of the detachable drinking tube, which comes with a dust cover to keep the water hydration bladder free from pollutants.
  • ODOR AND TASTE FREE: All the materials are completely BPA-free and FDA-approved, with the smooth interior preventing bacteria and lime build-up.
  • CONVENIENT WIDE OPENING: The filling hole has an extra-wide diameter of 3.1 inches, which makes for easy pouring of water and ice into the backpack water reservoir. It also allows you to thoroughly clean the interior and ensures it dries properly.
  • HOLDS PLENTY OF WATER: Outgear’s hydration pack bladder holds up to 2 liters of water at a temperature of -20 to 50 degrees Celsius.

Comments

allen satterfield says:

Highly recommend. No plastic taste! I really love this product. Very easy to fill, very secure (no risk of spilling), and no plastic taste, even from the get go! (unless the water sits in their for a day, then yes, a bit, but to be expected). Also I really like the mouthpiece- super easy to use and easy to clean. Only negative is that this style of water bladder is a bit harder to clean/dry out- but thats because of the style, not this product. Highly recommend!!

Taylor says:

Better than the name brand, at half the cost! My first experience with a hydration pack was with a CamelBack and I absolutely hated the taste of it! To say the least, I was nervous about using an “off brand” from the internet but the price was good and Amazon reviewers haven’t steered me wrong yet, so why not? I was pleasantly surprised that the taste was WAY more pleasant than that of the expensive CamelBack brand and I’m more than happy with my purchase! Perfect for a 8mile hike and even had a little water left over!

W says:

Budget-friendly option For the price, great. Lasted through an intense week-long trek with no malfunctions. (Tip: at night would fill it with very hot water and place it in my sleeping bag for warmth). It IS, of course, noticeably lower quality than the water bladders at twice the price. For example, the mouth piece design and build are a bit clunky. Also, you have to suck pretty hard to get the water flowing (which at high-altitude, was a challenge at times). So all said, this isn’t my choice for long-term usage…

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