- Product Dimensions: 14.6 x 4.2 x 1.3 inches ; 0.8 ounces
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- ASIN: B000AQYY5Q
- Item model number: 696948
- Average Customer Review: 62 customer reviews
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Evernew Water Carry System, 2000ml
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- Capacity: 2000ml (2000)
- 1.5 oz (2000).
- 13" x 8.3" (2000)
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|Item Dimensions||1.3 x 4.2 x 14.6 inches|
|Item Display Weight||4 Kilograms|
|Item Weight||0.05 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.13 pounds|
Evernew water carry bags. Built in shock cord to keep the bottle rolled up for storage. Three-layer system with low order polyethylene. Gusseted bottom.
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I use this with my sawyer squeeze and have modified it to use as a gravity filter by punching holes in the bottom corners and tying a 2ft string to each end. This lets me screw the filter to the bag, and then attach my drinking tube to the filter, and hang it upside down to let gravity do the work. This also puts less stress on the bags then squeezing them. The bags are also much easier to carry when full with these cords tied to the bottom since they act as a handle. I take 2 of these with me when I'm backpacking so I can carry 4 liters into camp at the end of the day. On one end of the string I have a small carabiner so I can easily attach it around a branch or a beam inside a shelter.
I haven't used these enough to comment on their durability, but they seem very high quality (as good as the platypus and better then the sawyer) and I have no concerns with them holding up for a long time. I highly recommend buying these so you never have to worry about losing the caps and for the nice addition of the shock cords.
I have used this bag for a total of 6 days on the trail so far, and have to say that it lives up to the ratings. It is a tough bag. The Sawyer Mine requires significant pressure at its input to get the water through, and this bag can handle that pressure. Roll it up as you empty.
I use this as my main bag, using the Sawyer that was supplied with my filter as a back-up.
Got the screw-on cap so it doesn't pop open in my pack. It's the same thread size as a 2-liter soda bottle. This makes it easy to screw on a water filter using a vortex adapter.
I used a normal office hole punch at the bottom (there are marks in the plastic you can follow). I put a carabiner clip in the hole and attach to my backpack when I need to refill my water bladder.
You can fill this halfway and lay it flat in the freezer overnight. Topped it off with water at 5 in the morning. It stayed cold, cooled down my water bladder too. By 2pm, it still had small chips of ice in it.
Rolls up nicely. You can carry an empty as a backup on a long trek, or as a dirty water carrier. Filter it into a clean bottle, and roll up the dirty bottle until needed again. Just make sure to mark it so you don't contaminate your clean water.