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Camelbak Military Water Beast Omega Reservoir

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340 customer reviews

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About the Product

  • Capacity: 100 oz (3 liters)
  • Dimensions: 18.0 in x 7.37 in
  • Weight w/ components: 7.6 oz
  • Model: 90352
  • Shipping Weight: 0.50 lb / 0.23 kg

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Product Description

CamelBak Water Beast Omega 3L Reservoir - Standard fit in all of the Military Tactical packs, CamelBaks Omega Water Beast reservoir has proven durability with Hydroguard anti-microbial protection. Designed to ensure the reliable delivery of water during extreme operational situations, it includes an insulated delivery tube with Quick Disconnect Hydrolink, a Hydrolink Port Plug and Hydrolink Big Bite Valve.


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  • Shipping Weight: 10.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00H8XF31S
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (340 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,225 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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98 of 105 people found the following review helpful By Doug on December 28, 2011
Size: One SizeColor: Brown Verified Purchase
I bought this bladder for my Maxpedition Condor II. It is the first hydration bladder I've owned so I have nothing to compare it to, but I am very impressed with the build quality of the product.

The wide mouth that appears to be common on all hydration packs makes filling it up very easy even as it becomes heavy under the weight of the water. There is a nice handle integrated into the mouth that looks to be designed as to allow for not only at the sink fill ups, but also the ability to dip it into a stream and hang onto it as it fills on its own (of course you'd want to treat water gathered from a body of water).

The cap that seals the mouth seems to do a fine job of keeping everything in. However, much like the very thin caps found on water bottles, there is only about 1 turn on the threads. This makes starting the lids threads into the mouth can be a little tricky if you haven't taken note of where they begin on each part. This could (but has not, so far) result in cross threading of the lid and an unreliable seal. This isn't worth knocking a star off as it makes for a quick seal as long as you're careful about what you're doing.

The bladder itself is made of a much thicker material than I would have expected. I've watched videos of men who would swing this bladder by the hose and smack it into the ground to demonstrate its durability. I'm not talking about a love tap, either. While I haven't, and probably won't ever attempt that with my own gear, I'm confident that the bladder's construction will never be an issue when it comes to overall durability.

The hose connects easily at a nipple found at the bottom of the bladder. The fittings on the hose and bladder are similar to those found on an air compressor's quick-connect.
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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By OtherHand on October 2, 2012
Size: One SizeColor: Brown Verified Purchase
This is quite an upgrade from the current consumer-grade Camelbak bladder, but there are a couple of things to be aware of. First, the twist caps on most of the new consumer Camelbak bladders have a nice quarter turn to open or close. The cap on this one is like to older versions which might require more than a full turn. That quarter turn setup is nice and it's too bad it's not part of this.

The other thing to be aware of are two issues with the bite valve. I believe the real military version comes with a bite valve cover. This doesn't, so you have to buy one separately (if you want one....how dirty are you gonna be??). The second thing is that the bite valve isn't set up at a right angle like the consumer version. It might seem like a minor annoyance (all right, it is!) but with the consumer bladder the valve can be left hanging, pointed at one's mouth. With this one you have to take the hose and bend it into a 180 to get it into your mouth.

OK, enough with the negatives. They are more than compensated (for me anyway) by the heavy duty construction and the quick release connectors. This has been nicely engineered. A subtle feature is the way the shutoff valve is designed. When the valve lever is pushed away from the user, the flow is shut off. You have to pull it toward you to to start the flow. Why is this cool? Because if your hose valve snags on something this arrangement will tend to cause the valve to close, thus saving the owner a good wetting. There have been a few times in the past this feature would have come in handy....
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46 of 51 people found the following review helpful By billw1812 on May 4, 2012
Size: One SizeColor: Brown Verified Purchase
I purchased this product on Amazon because it was quite a bit cheaper (in price only) than on other sites. It is exactly as described. I was a little worried that the hose would be a little too short because of the picture on here, but the hose is quite a bit longer than shown, and works perfectly with my Blacks Creek pack. I have to say that the quality of this product is outstanding. I have used it several times now, filled completely to capacity (maybe a little over filled), and there has been absolutely no leaks.The thing I like most about it is that there is no "plastic/rubber" taste. Just the taste of pure water. I have recommended this product to several of my friends who plan on getting one themselves before elk season.
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Wildcat1991 on May 10, 2011
Size: One SizeColor: Brown Verified Purchase
I bought a bladder carrier at a different website knowing there was a 50/50 chance it would come with a bladder based off of reviews I had read. When it didn't I set about looking for a quality bladder to go in it. I found Amazon had one of the lowest prices and since I'd never had problems before I ordered it from here. Very happy with the quality as soon as I opened the box, the neoprene cover on the tube does insulate it quite nicely and it fit almost perfectly in my carrier (about a half an inch too to tall) but as soon as a little bit gets drank down I can finish stuffing it down and it closes up. All in all a good bladder. would recommend a Big Mouth bite tip for a little bit better water flow.
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26 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Steve Kellener on September 12, 2013
Size: One SizeColor: Brown Verified Purchase
I was the one who asked if this bladder had the "Camelbak Quick Link" that allows you to unhook the tube and removed the bladder from your pack without it leaking. Thanks to those who posted answers.

Now that I have it in my possession I see that it has "A" quick link - but not exactly "THEEE" same as the "Quick Link" model found on most of the sport or "blue" bladders. I find this very odd. So yes you can remove the tube from the bladder using the quick link that comes attached. The issue as a few have pointed out in the answers section is that it does NOT have any sort of lock or shut off so that the water (if any left) will not leak out when you go to remove the bladder from your pack.

The one on the sport blue models works beautifully and could have easily worked for this model as well (maybe just molded in black). But for some reason Camelbak designed a slightly different connector for this. Here's another thing, had Camelbak simply attached a similar valve to the bladder as the one on the tube for drinking - you could easily shut off the water flow while you unhooked the bladder. Problem solved. They didn't. Weird.

I will use this bladder. Basic functionality should be fine. I never had any problems with my previous sport blue model that came with my pack. I may just buy another "Camelbak Quick Link" connector and attach it just after the built-in quick link, just to be able to remove the bladder properly. Just seems like a long way around for what Camelbak should have done in the first place.

I hope this helps anyone else trying to decide whether to buy this bladder. Overall it should be fine, but the connector design and decision making of Camelbak is baffling.
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