Camelbak 200 oz/6.0L MG Omega Reservoir 90332
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The 6L (200 oz) Water Beast Reservoir will satisy anyone's thirst. Engineered to easily drop into larger Maximum Gear packs.Includes HydroLink with reservoir shut-off at exit port
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This thing is incredibly well made and tough as hell. You can fill it to capacity slam it on the ground and nothing will happen. No burst seams, no leaks. The HydroLink system is really well designed and makes this bladder reliable and easy to clean.
This reservoir is designed to fit into most larger Camelbak backpacks but I don't need a lot of stuff other than electrolyte jell and energy bars when I hike, so I opted for an ultra-light daypack. I filled the bladder with water went to a sporting goods store and must have tried out at least a dozen different backpacks before I found the one that fit me just right and held the bladder snugly. Completely filled with water, you're carrying about 15 extra lb. on your back so it's important that you find a backpack that fits you well. It took me a couple of hikes to get it right but once I figured out how to cinch it tight, suck out any excess air to keep the water from sloshing around and keep the backpack as high on my back as possible, the weight virtually disappeared.
This is a barebones item. No carying case, no frills. You get the water bag, a sleeved hose, a covered bite valve and a valve shunt. The sleeved hose is a great addition. Keeps the water in the hose cooler than not having it. The hook at the top of the bag is pretty useless. It will NOT hold 13 lbs. I don't use it because it will break under a full load. I use some shoe string around the opening to create a loop to hang the pack in my backpack. The hose isn't the longest, either. Probably about 6-8 inches shorter than you standard hydration pack hose.
Otherwise, I love this beast. I am a big boy and take a lot of water when I hike. I used to have to take a pack full of water bottles, which was a pain to access while hiking. Now I have over 1.5 gallons of water readily accessible for even the longest hikes. The whole setup is of fantastic quality. I've never feared that any part would fail or that I would puncture or burst the hydration bag. There are videos on youtube of people torturing this line of camelbak products with no damage or failure.
Be aware, 6L is a lot of water. Most are not going to need that much. Many of the times I use this I only fill it about half full. If you don't consume or anticipate consuming this much water, consider the 3L version.