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Nathan Quickdraw Plus Handheld 22-Ounce Bottle Carrier with Pocket


Price: $30.66
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Sometimes the simplest ideas are the best. The QuickDraw Plus Handheld 22-ounce bottle carrier keeps precious fluids at easy access--in the palm of your hand--during runs and walks. A pocket for carrying small essentials, like a cell phone and gym card, an adjustable, moisture-wicking hand strap, a dimensional zippered pocket, reflective detail, and an incorporated waterproof I.D. medical emergency card make it the perfect gym tote for cross-training.

Features:

  • Moisture-wicking, adjustable Airmesh hand strap
  • 22 oz. Hydration Bottle with Clipless Cap
  • Dimensional zippered pocket
  • Incorporated, waterproof I.D./medical emergency card
  • Reflective detail
  • Weighs 4 ounces

Product Description

Perfect for toting hydration and small essentials.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 4 x 3 inches ; 2.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 11.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B000NHLHU2
  • Item model number: 4822N
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (76 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #104,829 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

The pocket is nice and large, I can fit my iphone (4s), a gel pack, keys, and some cash in there.
Russell Ericksen
This item is great for longs runs (8+ miles) as it allows me to run without stashing water bottles along my route.
Great Scott
The only thing is, make sure the lid is on tight or a little bit of water leaks and makes your hand wet.
K. L. Smith

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

72 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Stephen M. Charme HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 29, 2011
I am a serious runner (1200 miles per year) and over the years have collected different water bottles and carriers, which I stopped using for various reasons and just started carrying a cold drink by hand. Then I saw someone running with the Nathan Quickdraw and bought one at my local running store (though the price on Amazon is much less--I just needed it right away). Here is why I am very happy with it.

1. It is much easier to run with a bottle using this carrier because you no longer have to hold it tight, and also don't have a cold bottle in the palm of your hand (which not only can be uncomfortable, but also warms the bottle up with your body heat).

2. There is an easy to use adjustable strap that goes across the back of your hand, and a mesh palm piece that keeps your hand off the bottle. This entire unit is well constructed and well stitched.

3. The included 22 oz. bottle is not insulated, which means that in really warm weather your cold drink will become warm quickly, even if you start out with it frozen. However, I solved that problem by placing the bottle in the Built NY 20 oz neoprene sleeve (which I have reviewed on Amazon), so now I have an insulated water bottle. Realistically you will only put 20 oz into the included bottle because that fills it to just about 1/4 inch from the top.

4. This has a small zippered pocket which you can use for various things, such as car keys, money, gel etc. If you need to carry your cell phone (I carry my BlackBerry), I recommend the Spibelt (which I have reviewed on Amazon).

5. The bottle is easy to fill, more than wide enough for ice cubes, and has an easy to use spout. I did not experience any leakage at all while running, unlike with some other water bottles.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Shelly Melby on June 30, 2008
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I bought this because when I got on long runs on hot days, I got tired of carrying a water bottle. This makes it virtually effortless to carry because you don't even have to hold on. I love it and I even bought another one for my dad who is also a runner. The band that goes around the back of your hand is very comfortable and stays in place very well. The pocket on the front works great for car keys and is even big enough for my asthma inhaler. Also, the water bottle comes out of the holder very easily and you can use other water bottles with the holder. Very nice for when one is dirty. Overall I have no complaints and it is a great product.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By The Legend Of Megadon on December 24, 2009
After trying a different brand handheld that leaked I gave this one a try. Like most runners I need to carry my keys, gels, and some cash. This bottle does the job and does it well. It holds plenty of water, does not leak, and is very comfortable. Most of the time I do not even notice that I am carrying it. For longer runs where I need more gels and a cell phone I also carry a SPIbelt. The pocket is a generous size but it does not hold my cell phone, hence the need for the SPIbelt. I also use it when racing. It can hold 2-3 gels in the pocket. Normally my pocket contains some cash, a credit card and keys. So you can put a lot in that little pocket. This water bottle is very convenient and valuable to any distance runner who does not want to have to worry about hydration. Out of all of the water bottles and hydration systems I have tried this by far is the best.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By OftenBuysUs on May 20, 2010
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I use an insulated Polar bottle with the handheld. It takes some doing but I use the strap on the handheld to loop through the Polar bottle's plastic loop to secure it. The insulated bottle eliminates the problem of holding onto something that is too cold.

This is comfortable to carry, even when full, for hours on end. At some point it is easy to forget that you are even holding anything.

My one gripe is with the tiny pocket in the front. My slim cellphone barely squeezes in and I would not be able to carry anything larger. It would be nice to have a stretchy pocket so larger things can be secured.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Brent A. Fuqua on June 26, 2009
I purchased one of these bottles and started training with it after signing up for my first 50K trail run. The bottle is soft, which makes it easy to squeeze and the bite valve is soft, which makes it easy on the teeth. It has a large mouth, which makes it easy to fill and clean. I've read some of the complaints about leaking and had some of those issues as well but they can all be fixed. When it leaked at the mouth, the top was on crooked. When it leaked at the bite valve, the valve was twisted in the opening. I would not recommend putting it in the dishwasher since it is so soft, it might melt. I occasionally wash the strap with my other running clothes and let it air dry. The little zipper pouch is great for carrying electrolyte capsules during your long runs or races. No complaints. I like it so much that I bought a 2nd.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By ChicagoJen on November 30, 2008
Color Name: Teal Print
Had an amphipod before this but didn't like the hard plastic valve and it leaked pretty bad after a few months. Love the Nathan's squishy plastic valve, it is much easier on my teeth. Love the hook for keys inside the pocket. Pocket will fit about three keys and a gel but not much more. Easy to unscrew the top and refill while running at water stops during longer races. Easy to clean as well. It leaks a bit but not nearly as much as the amphipod and I only notice it when the bottle is full which may be due to my use of slightly fizzy Nuun tablets. My only complaint is that the handhold is HUGE. I'm not a small woman (5'7, 140 pounds) and even with adjusting the strap as tight as it will go, it is not as secure as the amphipod. Other than that, nice bottle.
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