Camelbak Quick Grip 21 Oz Hydration Pack
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- New Quick Grip with 21 Chilljacket insulated bottle for cool water during training runs
- It has a very goodReflectivity
- Also a Key Fob
- It has a Gel Pocket
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|Package Height||3.5 x 3.5 x 10 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.33 pounds|
|Sport Type||Camping & Hiking|
|Style Name||Quick Grip 21 oz Podium Chill Bottle|
Top Customer Reviews
The bottle is easy to use (has an open/close tab which prevents leakage) while running and because it is insulated, you get a nice COLD drink while running. (I fill mine with ice and water and they tend to say cold for about 2 hours when I'm running outside). The bottle does not have a straw and you can easily squirt it into your mouth while you run... perfect for keeping a fast running pace for me. The jacket around the bottle makes it easy to hold as it has a strap that goes outside your hand... I haven't had one issue holding onto it while running.
My only complaint is that the key holder in the front is not big enough to fit my car key, although it fits a house key just fine. It also nicely fits 2GuGel packets inside without a problem.
I own 2 now, and use them both in my training and love them!! (I've also tucked them in my bag for work if I have a long meeting, as they stay cold even longer when you're not training with them outside)
Highly recommend this product!!
I already own two Amphipod Hydraform handheld bottles, one with a zippered pouch and one without. I bought the Camelbak Quick Grip bottle for two reasons: 1. The fact that it's insulated, so I was hoping that in the summer my water could stay cooler longer, and 2. The nifty no-splash, no-leak drinking nozzle which I wouldn't have to pull to open and push to close each time I wanted to take a sip during a run.
What I stupidly didn't NOTICE: the Camelbak bottle is significantly taller, extending a good bit farther up from where my hand would be holding the bottle than the Amphipod does. What this means is, when the Camelbak bottle is fully filled with water, the weight is not evenly distributed at my wrist---the bottle tends to pull my wrist forward and downwards with my pinky finger pointing towards the ground.
Now, this is DISASTROUS. Total DEALBREAKER. Why? Because the whole point of using a handheld bottle is, the strap is supposed to allow your fingers/hands/wrist to more or less relax while you're running, so that after a while you almost forget that you're even carrying it.
Further, what I didn't REALIZE: the Camelbak's round cylindrical shape is far less comfortable to hold than the Amphipod's flatter, elliptical shape. It requires signficantly more energy and effort to securely hold on to the Camelbak bottle.
And the Camelbak's strap adjustment system was not nearly as robust or easy to use as that of the Amphipod.
In a nutshell: during my 8 mile run, I *never* came anywhere close to forgetting that the Camelbak bottle was there. This improved a little bit towards the end when the water dropped to about 1/3 of capacity, which made it not only lighter but more importantly, better balanced.Read more ›
This has the least leakage of anything I've carried with a fast access drinking opening. Very, very minimal and if you lock the top, then it doesn't leak at all. The hand grip setup makes carrying it very easy and the pocket has just enough room for your car key, credit card and a couple of energy gel shots. It's the jet valve opening that really shines on this thing though. One of the very few bottles that I can drink out of at an actual run, when you're needing every moment to breath and you don't want to screw around trying to create a strong enough vacuum to draw water this thing rocks.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Backpack on this one is so much better than the newer ones just a hair wider and thicker. . Ore functionalityPublished 7 months ago by Love Firefly
I bought two of these for Christmas gifts for my cousin and aunt, both of whom were training for a half marathon. Read morePublished on March 27, 2014 by J. Benson
This is a fantastic workout bottle! I had issues with the bottles falling out of the holders when they were not full, but this one is amazing!Published on February 17, 2014 by Guess
I take this on my runs that are 1.5 hrs or more. I prefer it over my waist belt holder because it doesn't slap/bounce around much and is therefore more comfortable.Published on June 17, 2013 by B L
I use this pack for my 10 miles or shorter runs. I use it several times a week and I am very happy with it. Read morePublished on March 28, 2013 by Andres
Just used this on my last 5K. What can I say...it's perfect. It has a weird digi cam instead of the white insulation shown in the picture, but no big deal. Read morePublished on February 7, 2013 by Melissa Anne