Pinty Hydration Backpack Pack with 2L Water Bladder for One Day Outdoor Climbing, Hiking, Cycling
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- Premium quality: Made of High grade, sturdy nylon and environmentally friendly EVA
- Extra Storage: 3 Compartments total. 1 for the Water Bladder and 2 for additional storage space.
- Convenient: Drinking tube provides easy access to 2L of Water Anytime, Anywhere.
- Larger Bladder Cap: The wide bladder cap makes it easier to clean and add ice if needed.
- Versatile: Perfect for MANY different uses. An essential for any Hiker, Biker, Jogger, or outdoor enthusiast!
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Made of durable nylon fabric, this backpack is wear and tear resistant. It has three storage
compartments, one for the water bladder and the other two for carrying your other
belongings. The non-toxic, environment-friendly EVA water bladder features a leak-proof
sealing. It can store water under 100°F. Its large opening allows quick fill up and for ice filling.
There is an insulated water tube that connects to the bottom of the bladder, which helps you
to have easy access to water at any time.
This multifunction hydration backpack is perfect for hiking, cycling, long distance running or
other outdoor activities. Get one now and take it with you on your next adventure!
Backpack Material: Polyester, Nylon;
Water Bladder Material: EVA
Backpack Size: 18.9’’ x 11.8’’
Backpack Weight: 9.17oz
Maximum Shoulder Strap Length: 28.7’’
Water Bladder Capacity: 0.53 Gal / 2L
Tube Length: 41.7"
1 x Sport Backpack
1 x Water Bag
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Things I don't like:
1) After a week of use the spout leaks occasionally, most especially if I bend over, regardless of which position the "on/off" switch is in.
2) The hose definitely needs to be held up right when not in use, there is a stretchy elastic band on the shoulder strap to put the mouth piece in for that purpose, but if I forget, or if it slips out, I have had significant water leaks.
3) The zippers seem a bit weak, I feel like they won't last all that long.
4) The lid to the bladder doesn't have an attachment tab to keep it attached to the bladder, it is a free agent-- so when filling the pack, you have to have a place to put the lid down, and it can sometimes be just a bit bothersome because it's one more thing to hold on to or manage.
5) The bladder doesn't have anywhere to hold on to it when filling it, my last pack had a handle so I could easily hold the bladder under a spigot and the water would go right in. This one I have to kind of wrangle the bag with one hand, use something to separate the two pieces of plastic that get suctioned together with a bit of water, then use the other hand to pour the water, and still try to maintain a grip while a plastic bag fills and I try not to squeeze the water out all over the place, then put the unattached lid on-- yadda yadda yadda, a handle would be a really convenient addition to this product.
6) The bladder has two cut-outs for you to tie strings that are attached to the pack so it stays up-right in the pack. I don't even use them--it stays upright, but thought that that was kind of cheap--string vs. velcro or snap-straps.
Things I like:
1) The hydro pack is in its own separate compartment accessed through the back of the pack.
2) The main compartment holds a lot, although if the bladder is full, you may have to initially squeeze some things in there. On its fullest days it held a small bottle of bug spray, a medium squeeze tube of sunscreen, some chapstick, two cliff bars, and a baseball hat, some keys, and some money-- all while the bladder was full.
3) There is a small zip pocket in the top of the main compartment for keys, money, chapstick, maybe a smaller cell phone-- that is convenient.
4) There are waist straps as well as an upper chest strap.
It's not the greatest (obviously!), but it works, even though I am sometimes frustrated.
Since I use it daily, I wouldn't buy it again.
When it fails I will upgrade, but it's fine. It holds water that I can drink easily.
Edit: After writing this review customer service contacted me offering a replacement of the item or a full refund. I went for the full refund but I do appreciate the offer and the great customer service. Not all companies are willing to make it right with customers.
Put water in it to go hiking, leaked all over me and wasted my water for a 8 mile hike.