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“Camelbak Ergo Hydrolock”

published 05/11/2016

AdvantagesGood quality, easy to use, easy to fit and replace.

DisadvantagesWears over time.

...First impressions If you spend a lot of time walking then you may well have come across a product called the Camelbak. This is basically a range of hydration devices, designed like backpacks to give you quick and easy access to fluids. As the Camelbak is carried on your back (often even with a backpack full of kit aleady on your back) you can keep your hands free. You don?t want to have to...

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“Camelbak Cloudwalker”

published 09/11/2010

AdvantagesKeeps water cold, good quality bag, 2 litre capacity of pouch is ideal

DisadvantagesNot waterproof, no waist strap

...I had always been dubious of Camelbak products. The idea of having a pouch of water with a long bendy straw ,when a simple bottle of water would suffice, seemed daft. However, as I took up running and spent more and more time feeling thirsty I bought myself a Camelbak Cloudwalker from Snow & Rock. It was reduced from £50 to £35. WHAT IS A CAMELBAK? Camelbak manufacture hydration systems which...

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AdvantagesComfort, storage, looks


...As a fan of Camelbak and its range of products I currently have three different bags, the Classic, MULE and HAWG. I've used most of them for years and have never been disappointed by their performance... The MULE is my favourite and the one which I use most frequently as it is ideal for all sorts of riding and activities because whilst it holds plenty of water (3l) it also holds a reasonable...

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