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Promoted 06-04-2016 by johnny_miller at 08:32 PM View Original Post
Amazon has 3-Liter Source Outdoor Widepac Hydration Reservoir w/ Helix Bite Valve (Transparent Blue) for $13.42. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $49 or more. Thanks Mattssacre

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Edited June 4, 2016 at 06:40 PM by widgit
Amazon [amazon.com] has Source Outdoor Widepac Hydration System Reservoir with Helix Bite Valve, Transparent Blue

3L $13.43
2L for $14.00
Free Shipping with Prime


Lowest price ever according for camelcamelcamel

I've been using Source hydration packs for years. A lot of people have never heard of them, but they a legitimate brand. They supplied the USMC with the hydration packs for the ILBE systems a few years back. That's when I first started to use them. They are every bit as good as Camelbak, and much easier to clean.
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If you have a pack that fits the 3L then get it. You can always partially fill the 3L to save weight, but you can't add more to the 2L.

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Bought the 3L...fantastic deal. Thanks OP.
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i have the 3L and love it. I use it for hiking and long bike rides. very easy to clean.
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Thanks OP. Got one for my old Camelback Ventoux.
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Does a sawyer filter fit on it?
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I have one of the military style source bladders & it is extremely nice. Way nicer then the bladders that any of the guys I hunt with use.

Source definitely makes the best.
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Trying to decide between the 2L and 3L.
(Weight and more importantly size vs need)

Any recommendations for 50-100 mile bike rides, and hunting with a day pack?
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Quote from WOLFBEAR View Post :
Trying to decide between the 2L and 3L.
(Weight and more importantly size vs need)

Any recommendations for 50-100 mile bike rides, and hunting with a day pack?
If you have a pack that fits the 3L then get it. You can always partially fill the 3L to save weight, but you can't add more to the 2L.
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If you have a pack that fits the 3L then get it. You can always partially fill the 3L to save weight, but you can't add more to the 2L.
this, the amount of weight a 3L pack with 2L of water in it would add over a 2L pack with 2L is very small. my wife and I have 3L packs and have blown through them on longer hikes so I would never go smaller.
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Is this something I use for those water backpacks? I mean, even if I buy a cheaper 2L pack, can I replace that with this 3L if there is enough space?
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Three liters is too little here. Drink 6 -7 in a full day of activity.
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Quote from WOLFBEAR View Post :
Trying to decide between the 2L and 3L.
(Weight and more importantly size vs need)

Any recommendations for 50-100 mile bike rides, and hunting with a day pack?
If your bag can fit a 3L, get a 3L. You can always fill to 2L if you're worried about weight.
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ugh must resist... too many hydration bladders sitting around. dunno what it is about impulsively buying hiking/camping/survival gear and then never using it....
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Is this something I use for those water backpacks? I mean, even if I buy a cheaper 2L pack, can I replace that with this 3L if there is enough space?
Yes and yes, but odds are any 2L pack you but won't have room for a 3L pack. They're usually designed for a pretty tight fit.
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