Nathan Quick Shot Plus Handheld Hydration Pack
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- 10 oz. / 300 ml flask with race cap offers quick burst of fluid for short distances
- Fully adjustable hand strap with thumb hold enables grip free running
- Zippered pocket with internal stretch mesh pocket offers extra storage
- Assortment offers quick shots of color
- Lightweight handheld continues to be a favorite among runners
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|Color||Andean Toucan||—||—||Blue Danube / Diva Pink||—||Black|
|Included Components||—||Handheld water bottle||Handheld water bottle||—||Handheld water bottle||Handheld water bottle|
|Item Dimensions||11 x 7 x 2 in||10 x 8 x 2 in||8 x 4 x 3 in||13.78 x 7.87 x 4.33 in||7 x 5 x 3 in||—|
|Item Weight||—||2.72 ounces||2.24 ounces||3.52 ounces||3.2 ounces||0.51 lb|
FEATURES of the Nathan QuickShot Plus Hydration Handheld 10 oz / 300 ml Flask with Race Cap offers quick bursts of fluid for short distances Keep hands relaxed with adjustable hand strap and thumbhole Expandable, zippered pocket offers a surprising amount of storage
Color: Andean Toucan
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1. The bottle has a "leather-like" collar that you have to fit the mouth of the bottle into, then screw on the lid. Well, this collar is so tight and so close to the threads, so when you screw the cap on, the collar interferes (sort of like a gasket) and that causes it to leak.
2. The bottom section that holds the bottle in is so poorly designed it's VERY difficult to get the bottle in easiily. This is because the strap around the bottle that holds it in is a grosgrain ribbon material, not elastic. It has NO stretch at all. So you have to spend time fighting with it just to get the bottle in/out.
I also don't like that you can't see how much liquid is left since it's not clear. I do like the spout, however, because it dispenses quickly and evenly without much effort. But just way more cons than pros on this one. I would not recommend. If you want a larger size bottle, though, their newer 16 oz. has been redesigned with stretchy elastic at the bottom and no "leather-like" tight-fitting collar at the top, and is much easier to work with. I'd recommend that one over this. I hope Nathan re-designs the 8 oz. and 10 oz. bottles to be like the new 16 oz. ones.
It's still a bit too large and I don't fill up the bottle all the way (she still has to rotate hands like I do with my running bottle because of the weight of the water) but this bottle is the most ergonomically comfortable for her little hands. I have adjustable Velcro strap pulled all the way tight there is still a little play but it's not a problem because her thumb fits through the top loop and the bottle still nests comfortably in her palm. The bottle is designed for a quick squeeze to get water out but because her hands are too small to squeeze the bottle she's modified her water intake by inverting the bottle and taking a quick pull of water by sucking; we haven't experienced any problems with this style of bottle leaking... but she only uses it running and keeps it upright and can't squeeze it. I typically tend to throw my Nathan bottles through the top rack of the dishwasher occasionally to sterilize and notice that this is not the easiest bottle to get out the harness but then again, I only fill her bottle with water so it's not a problem because we don't take it out very often.
For reference, I am a petite woman of 5' size 4-6 clothing with fairly small hands and it fits great in my hands. Probably not ideal for super large hands/grips and doesn't carry much water but great for small runs with people with small to moderate size hand grips.