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Good Camelbak Deals - From £12.99 @ Evans Cycles

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5y, 8m agoFound 5 years, 8 months ago
camelbak unbottle hydration pack
1.5L 12.99 from 26.99
2.0L 14.99 from 29.99
3.0L 15.99 from 32.99
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camelback charm womens hydration pack 19.99 from 29.99
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Great price for a camelbak, although Tesco's £11.99 one works better for me. This doesn't have any capacity for other bits and pieces does it?
#2
Excellent! Just ordered 2, one for me and one for my wife.

Hot!!
#3
surely these things should be called sweaty back any exercise with a back pack ends up with a sticky back!
#4
The £12.99 looks like it clips onto your rucksack ie does not have straps of its own.
#5
msharif911
The £12.99 looks like it clips onto your rucksack ie does not have straps of its own.


oops looks like cooley is gonna have to cancel!
#6
Great deal, heat added. Thanks. Have been looking for a CamelBak for a few weeks... Much cheaper than elsewhere.
#7
Is this any good for hiking? I know it's on a cycling website.
Ideally, I want a backpack that will contain 3 to 4 litres of water.
#8
How are they for beer? They might be useful for festivals.
#9
warlockuk
How are they for beer? They might be useful for festivals.


Good, however only for the campsites / village... not allowed to take them into "arenas" since you arent buying their overpriced alcohol :)
#10
Billy Congo
msharif911
The £12.99 looks like it clips onto your rucksack ie does not have straps of its own.

oops looks like cooley is gonna have to cancel!

cooley has already thought of this and is more than happy to place inside of his rucksack.
#11
Thanks nice post, just ordered myself a new reservoir :-)
#12
sniperpenguin
warlockuk
How are they for beer? They might be useful for festivals.


Good, however only for the campsites / village... not allowed to take them into "arenas" since you arent buying their overpriced alcohol :)

True, once you go through their controlled area you're locked in... but some festivals have ways around that. I can fill it at the bar, too ;)
#13
Just been on holiday, took my Camelbak. Absolutely superb. No issues with customs (even Israeli), walkthough empty, fill up other side of customs - no expense bottled water - result.
#14
Jollux
Great price for a camelbak, although Tesco's £11.99 one works better for me. This doesn't have any capacity for other bits and pieces does it?


Just checked out the Tesco one and seems great for the price. Includes 1.5l bladder pack and separate compartments for small jacket, food, etc without being too big and bulky. Thanks for the heads up.
#15
depends what you need the unbottle packs are good to pop in rucksack if you need plenty of space,but i was unaware of the tesco one had a look at one yesterday and you cant go wrong for 12 quid the gelert ones on amazon look good for the money aswell
stu83
Jollux
Great price for a camelbak, although Tesco's £11.99 one works better for me. This doesn't have any capacity for other bits and pieces does it?


Just checked out the Tesco one and seems great for the price. Includes 1.5l bladder pack and separate compartments for small jacket, food, etc without being too big and bulky. Thanks for the heads up.
#16
Yeah saw the Gelert ones, coming in about £20 delivered. Doesn't look like there's much in it between them and the Tesco ones though, bar the 8 quid extra cost. I have a Camelbak Unbottle 2l from ages ago and could never find a suitable pack just the right size for it. Good product, but bit pricey considering the competition it has now.
#17
broadyo796
depends what you need the unbottle packs are good to pop in rucksack if you need plenty of space,but i was unaware of the tesco one had a look at one yesterday and you cant go wrong for 12 quid the gelert ones on amazon look good for the money aswell
stu83
Jollux
Great price for a camelbak, although Tesco's £11.99 one works better for me. This doesn't have any capacity for other bits and pieces does it?


Just checked out the Tesco one and seems great for the price. Includes 1.5l bladder pack and separate compartments for small jacket, food, etc without being too big and bulky. Thanks for the heads up.


Yeah I've been using the Tesco £11.99 one for a few years now... until it got mouldy the other week :( It's brilliant - it has 3 separate zipped compartments, and the bladder is in its own section. It may only have a 1.5litre bladder, but I've never drunk much more than 0.5ltr on a 2hr+ cycle. Can't recommend it enough! I think it used to be around the £10 mark, but this is still a great price.

It's a real shame though. Tesco's bladder is £12 on its own, so it makes sense just to buy another hydration pack for me, and I'll have to just find a new home for the rucksack...

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.100-0611.aspx


Edited By: Jollux on Apr 02, 2011 16:00

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