Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $35
Works just like you would hope.
I vacillated between the 2 and 3 liter reservoir, but as I mostly day hike with my nine-year-old I thought the weight of 3 liters was too much. Two liters each supplemented with bottles has been more than enough and if I had 3 liters I would carry 3 liters.
My father hates reservoirs and likes water bottles where you can get a a real mouthful and I see his point, but I hate fumbling with my pack when I can just sip on the go.
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6 oz / 175 g
14 in x 7.5 in x 0 in / 35 cm x 19 cm x 0 cm
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