Maxpedition Bottle Holder
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- 1000-Denier Coated Nylon
- Category name: hydration-libation
- Country of origin: Vietnam
- Brand name: Maxpedition
- Main compartment: 10” high x 4” diameter, padded, with drainage grommet
- Frontal: 6” x 3” x 1.5” with elastic retention
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The 10" x 4" Bottle Holder is designed to fit a 32oz / 1L Nalgene bottle (sold separately) or similarly sized containers
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The condor is significantly cheaper and comes with molle straps already attached, so honestly I prefer the condor (Condor H20 Pouch). I put a stainless steel cup at the bottom of each bag, and a 40oz kleen stainless steel canteen in each bag. We'll see which one holds up better with time. If the maxpedition holds up better I will improve its rating, but for now it seems overpriced.
40oz Klean Stainless Steal FITS GREAT in these. Tight snug fit, but not too tight. The outer cup was a little of a pain to get in, but it does fit, and is great to give the bag a little bit of structure to hold its shape when the bottle is removed.
The cap was a bit tall and made the zipper very tight. I was concerned a zipper would prematurely fail so ordered stainless steal Klean caps that are lower profile.
These fixed the problem, and now the bottles fit PERFECTLY in these storage containers
I suppose it needs to be heavier to provide the smooth slide I'm expecting. Right now it's on my camelbak hawg on the outer pocket and I've carried it there once, not with satisfaction. It would easily find a place on my main pack in a position of stabiliity but you would need a good sized pack to stabilize this thing. I wouldn't expect a miracle solution here due to the weight issues you will find with any 32oz bottle.
You need to realize before purchase that your carry weight distributes and what this might do to that distribution.
Lots of Molle
The D-Rings and hook seem tough and durable
They are not kidding when they say 4 inches (explained below)
Using the zipper for the water bottle holding area is like prying alligator jaws loose.
If you have a round bottom cooking cup then take a measuring tape out and check the diameter before purchase. This pack promises to hold a 10" x 4" water bottle. It does not mention it will hold said bottle in a deathgrip however. The internals of the pack are closer to 9.75" x 3.80" which is due to the insulation. For a plastic nalgene water bottle that should be fine if a tight fit. If you try to slip a stainless steel cooking cup into the bottom of this thing ye--no. Bring some grease and a set of looooong needle-nose pliers.
I bought this expecting to have room for a my old Coleman Camping Cup, Stanley Camp Cook Set and a Guyot Designs Backpacker Stainless Steel Bottle, 32-Ounce. Vertically, I'd measured these three items when stacked and had an inch to spare--after modifying the Stanley cookpots handle for easier removal its lid would sit on the bottom, the handle would hitch atop it affixed with a ranger band to side of the cooking cup. Then the Stanley cookpot nested in the cup and the guyot full of water on top. I usually keep these three items packed together anyway.
Before purchasing this bottle holder I also measured the widest item in my cookset: The cup measured exactly 4 inches diameter. So I'm good, right? Well, we'll get back to that in a minute.
The first thing I noticed was how resilient the zipper is...and how doggedly it wants to hold its packaged shape. These are the same zippers you'll find on a Maxped Barnacle and other small packs. They're not thick military style zippers with big teeth that'll take off a chunk of skin if your hand gets in the way in testament to their toughness. They're the tiny little safety zippers. But they definitely--defiantly--grip in this pack. The rounded design might work in a soft pack or a zipper setup with which has 2 separate zips. This only has 1 zip so you have to do almost a full 360 to get the top open. To be more accurate, you have to do three 90 degree turns because this thing out of the box demands that it be square and remains that way even with something round inside. This might soften up after use but...lets get back to those 3.80 inches of tough insulated Maxped gear.
When I received the water bottle holder, even with the Stanley's handle removed from the equation, the cooking cup won't go in without a fight. Getting fingers around the cup to pull it out is equally impossible. I had to shove it out from the bottom which hitches onto that square zipper which in turn means I'm pounding on the bottom of the bag if I want a cup o soup with my coffee.
For a water bottle that is 10" x 4" so you can drag it out from the top, this thing will be a snug fit; possibly preferable if that is all you will use this holder for as it will NEVER EVER jangle around in this tight space. That's why it gets an extra star and an "okay" rating. It would work as advertised.
Just don't try to get anything squeezed in underneath that bottle if you do. Modular placement of items will not work unless yours are smaller than advertised. The reason I make such a big point of this: I consider this a failing in the design since Almost all the cooking cups I've seen others use are the same 4 inch diameter as my old Coleman. My dad's GSI is exactly the same and I think my girlfriends Ozark Trail cup is a hair wider!
They sell a 12x5 version which should adequately suit my needs, so I'll be eating the $7 for return shipping and get most of my money back. I'll be doing some serious looking at other packs though. I bought the hype on this one because I liked my Barnacle enough to just now buy another. But their bigger packs need better zipper design than the barnacle, not worse. And the internals are...comeon. A cooking cup is pretty standard quality control. If you quote a 4" diameter inside, make sure things'll fit!