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Omni Dry Backpack

rated 5 of 5 stars This is a very reasonably priced, very large, pack-style dry bag that we have used for the past two years while canoe camping. It has held up very well, has a nice large capacity, and protects the contents. We anticipate we will get quite a few more years of use from this bag. So, here in December, I am writing a review for a product we purchased for canoe camping...and generally put away for the season in October. No, we're not canoe camping now (though the spate of warm weather makes it tempting!). … Full review

Puffer Jug

rated 5 of 5 stars Packs down fairly flat, doesn't take up much room in my pack. Has holes at three corners good for hanging when you have nothing handy to set it on or tying to outside of pack. Handy spout, same as large hard containers, for cleaning, cooking, filling. Have used in my base camp for three different outings. Works great, and has not punctured yet. I use the three holes to hang the container from limbs, when I don't have something handy to set it on, for a handy elevated position. I fill the container… Full review

Super Sink II

rated 0.5 of 5 stars Materials with which the product was made were changed between our first purchase in 2008 and second purchase in 2010. What started out as a great product ended up as one we'd never buy again. We initially bought a Super Sink in 2008. It was a great piece of equipment and we absolutely loved it. For our first bicycle tour of 18 months, we used it almost daily as a laundry bucket.   After a year of constant use, leaks at the bottom seam started appearing. Nevertheless, with a bit of patching up,… Full review

Pocket Bucket

rated 5 of 5 stars I love this bucket. I use it for hauling water to camp and filtering water in comfort.  No more squatting and balancing over creeks and lake shores. It's compact and lightweight, I don't even notice I'm carrying it. REI used to sell these, but for some reason they have choosen to discontinue them...typical. Full review

Pocket Bucket

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Strange thing to review, but I find this to be a nifty little piece of gear. The Seattle Sports Pocket Bucket is just that, a bucket that folds down to about the size of a plum. It weighs 3 oz and holds up to 3 gallons of water. The bucket is made of a urethane coated nylon (200 denier of the sides, 500 on the bottom). You dip it in the water and tote the water where ever you want. The thing about this product I like so well is that I can scoop up my water at the creek/river/stream/pond/lake and… Full review

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