Condor H2O Pouch (Bladder Not Included)
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- Padded main compartment with grommet
- Main Compartment: 10"H x 4"Diameter
- Front Pocket: 6.5"H x 4"W x 1"D
- Webbing around the pouch for addition attachments
- Bladder not included.
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Top Customer Reviews
It's basically the same set up as the Maxpedition holder... It has MOLLE all over and a D-rings for a shoulder strap, and a pocket up front for odds and ends. But like the Camelbak pouch, the canvass is a little thinner and more pliable, and the zippers are smooth and easy, and it has snap-straps for the MOLLE on the back for instant attachment and removal to a pack.
Overall you get basically the best of both holders in this one, for a better price.
If you want greater durability/thickness at the expense of heavy weight and annoying zippers get the Maxpedition. If you want a simple, smooth bottle holder for just MOLLEing onto your pack, get the Camel back. If you want both, get this.
All three will hold the GSI cup, nested in a grilltop stove for a cup, very tightly. All three will also easily nest/hold a current model 1L Camelbak Eddy, a 1L Nalgene bottle (wide or narrow mouth), or a 1L wide mouth Klean Kanteen.
I recommend storing your cookset backwards... because it is easier to get out.
The lid is big enough that I can set my little alcohol stove and blue hill stand (with some Tang in a bag and a tiny LED strobe light) wrapped with a band right there. Then my stainless steel cup, then my Stanley cookset (minus the handle, cups, and lid), then my Guyot backpackers stainless steel water bottle (you have to use this one because the Stanley's bottom is smaller than the top) and some tin foil, then the Stanley lid. These all nest inside of each other in there. Having them stacked in reverse order makes them easier to get out and less likely for the cup handles (I have a band wrapped around them to keep them shut tight) and the Stanley handle base to rip the lining (many folks have had this problem). Another way would be a small stuff sack that will allow you to slide out your cook kit more easily without ripping things.
Reverse order is a bit annoying when I just want a drink, but I have other means of carrying water as well that are easier to access.
I love that it comes with it's own straps (quick and sturdy snaps). The outside webbing is helpful. I store the handle for my Stanley, my fishspreader bail, some metal stakes,my Toaks titanium spoon with polished bowl in sack, and extra Condor MOD straps on the outside webbing.
I do wish that it came with a carry strap for when it isn't MOLLEd onto another pack. I had an extra, but that would have been an extra cost if I didn't.
The d-rings is where I hooked a strap on and I also hang 2 carabiners, a glowlight, and my knife (it doesn't have a sheath yet for me to strap on the molle so I hang the lanyard there) off of the d-rings.
I could get a velcro name pouch for it, but haven't. I wish the velcro area covered more than the little strip, but that is just me. I don't use it as is nor do I use the little area for a straw tube to feed out of the lid.
Inside the front pouch I keep way too much stuff. It is bulging. Thankfully those YKK zippers are strong ;)
It is mostly cooking and cleaning stuff. I wish that front pouch had two zippers like the lid. I'll unpack everything and take a picture.
Anyway, it is a great piece of kit.
This is an update on my review: I just came back from a week field exercise with my unit and this pouch performed beautifully, I was not dessapointed, I work as a helicopter crew chief so my bags get tossed around a lot, at one point I thought that my jet boil stove was history but this pouch took a pounding and protected my stove. The molle webbing worked pretty good, people who said that the molle is no good on this product probably don't know how to use the webbing, it holded really good on the side of my day pack with no unsnapping or ripping, good product over all