Condor Tactical Hydration Carrier
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- Designed for be carry as a backpack or for modular mounting
- Webbing on both side with detachable attachment straps for ambidextrous usage
- Large opening with Velcro flap and pull tab. Velcro panel on the front. Grommet for drainage
- Dimensions: 16.5x40x7.5cm (6.5"x15.5"x3"). Weight: approx. 500g
- Bladder included
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Top Customer Reviews
It has two detachable shoulder straps, and it has MOLLE system straps. The material is strong and will stand up to many years of hard use. Inside are two Velcro straps for mounting the bladder, which has two eyelets positioned at the top for those straps. This keeps the bladder from shifting and making problems. There is also an eyelet in the bottom of the hydration pack so that if the bladder should leak the water can drain and the hydration pack can be dried out and salvaged.
The bladder is made of a thick strong plastic, or rubber, material. It has a round screw cap and opening near the top for ease of cleaning and filling. The bladder has fill level markings in both metric and ounces.
The hose comes with an insulation sleeve to help keep the water cool. The hose is long enough to reach all the way from the bottom of the bladder out of the hydration pack and to your mouth. It has a mouthpiece which stops the flow when you stop biting on it, and a secondary shut-off valve just before the mouthpiece. It also includes a dust cover for the mouthpiece.
I definitely recommend this Condor hydration bladder and carrier.
The importance of water cannot be overstated. Becoming dehydrated is a terrible experience and it can kill. Once you've been dehydrated you become more susceptible to dehydration in the future, so I would not go with less than 2.5 liters for a hydration pack. Being dehydrated is no joke. When, and if, you regain consciousness you'll really not like having to clean yourself up, and cleaning your pants. I could be more graphic, but you get the idea. Then you'll spend the day really unhappy, dizzy, feeling miserable, cold and sweaty, and lethargic.
So, to avoid this I've used this hydration pack and bladder as the base component of my survival kit for hiking / camping / bug-out. Utilizing the MOLLE system I've attached two pouches -- one small fire-starting kit and one larger pouch for several other things. I wanted to make sure I have multiple ways at hand for obtaining water and making easily found dirty water become drinkable. With the fire kit I can boil water, which will make it safe to drink, even if the water is not pleasant. In the larger pouch I have a filtration hand pump, and chlorine dioxide & phosphoric acid water treatment (part A & part B).
The survival kit it largely possible because of the carrier being so strong and including the MOLLE system. And thankfully, I'm able to keep a few aluminized Mylar blankets in the carrier with the bladder, and a poncho. In the fire-starting kit, a quite small and lightweight kit, is a folding gas camping stove, with several different nozzle adapters for different kinds of fuel; and storm-proof matches in a bottle; and solid fuel blocks; and a cigarette lighter; and a flint-magnesium striker fire starter.
In the other pouch is emergency food rations; and the water filtration pump; and the water treatment drops bottles; and a survival fishing kit; and a survival trapping kit; and hydration tablets*; and a metal mirror for signaling; and a set of camping eating utensils; and a plastic bag for gathering edible plants.
Water is life, and so redundant back-up plans for getting water is vital.
(*Hydration tablets are electrolytes and vitamins to add to water, because sweating and urinating gets rid of electrolytes and vitamins. So this makes sure I can replenish them. We need these electrolytes and vitamins for proper brain function, and to help keep hydrated properly at a cellular level.)
1. The carrier and molle attachments are solid and secure. Typical Condor quality.
2. The bag will hang below the bottom of your plate carrier so if this is an issue, please be aware. Not an issue for me but I know some may care.
3. Not sure how long the bladder will last but so far it's held water tight. If it does fail, I suspect it will be where the tube connects to the bag itself.
4. The drinking tube has a nice OD green insulated neoprene cover that extends the entire length. I like the idea and the color but if you're afraid your milsim buddies will laugh you off of the field bc of your lack of color coordination, then this isn't the item for you.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Everything as expected except the volume markings are off on the bladder. I poured 2 liters of water and markings said 2.5 L .Read more
Four stars were given instead of five because some of the hardware used to attach the shoulder...Read more