- Non Camelbak bladders
Deuter or Stream are my favourites.
There is a bar that slides across the top to open and close them. You can fully get your hand in to clean and dry them. Additionally you can clip and unclip the hose at the bag. Meaning they are very easy to thread through your bag or to fit a thermal sleeve in winter.Posted 1 year agoBeagleboySubscriber
Last bladder I got was a 2l Karrimor job from the sports shop that sells all the cheap trainers. I appreciate it’s not that trendy, but it does the job.Posted 1 year agobenp1Subscriber
Don’t know about the hydrapak ones, I’ve always had camelbak ones. But I’ve noticed that on some of the cheap ones there is nothing stopping the bag from bulging. The Camelbak ones have a strip down the middle that stops the front and back from bulging away from each otherPosted 1 year agocookeaaSubscriber
I’ve a ‘Source – Widepac 2’ one I use if I’m riding with a pack (not very often these days) Full width roll-top opening so you can properly empty and clean it and a quick connect type hose fitting so you can detach the hose from the full bladder and not spill a drop…Posted 1 year ago
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