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1.5 Litre Hydration Pack £6.99 @ Argos
1.5 Litre Hydration Pack £6.99 @ Argos

1.5 Litre Hydration Pack £6.99 @ Argos

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Keep hydrated when running, hiking or during any other activity, With comfortable straps and its lightweight design, this hydration pack is perfect for use on the move.

1.5l capacity.
Polyester.
Black.
Twist and pour stopper.
Size H18, W40, D2cm.
Weight 33g.

39 Comments

or fill it with booze and hide it under your tshirt when going into festivals and the like that don't allow drinks in!

1.5ml??

Shame, OOS in 10 local stores to me!

Perfect for cycling.

Cheers/

FANTASTIC !! the other half needed one for his enduro quad racing... perfecto!! HOT!

OOS around london

1.5l isn't that much, the bottle on my bike holds at least 1l and i could fit two

seems a bit much just to carry around 1.5l of liquid

I'm thinking bout it. What you guys think in comparison with its competitors out there?

Can you take the insides out these and just use them as a light ruksack?

Cheers...

Pitbikeboy

Perfect for cycling.Cheers/



Not road I hope.

Mike39496

Not road I hope.



Why not?
Edited by: "shareef" 8th Aug 2012

I got a Muddy Fox one from Sports Direct for only a bit more. Which I think is brilliant. I think it was £7.99.

cdm22

or fill it with booze and hide it under your tshirt when going into … or fill it with booze and hide it under your tshirt when going into festivals and the like that don't allow drinks in!



Exactly what I intend to do with mine, just reserved last one at local store - cheers OP!

Cidration pack

Cidration pack

Why do some people ask dumb questions????. It's a hydration pack designed to hold fluids easily when cycling,running, etc whether on the road or across rough terrain. It's not rocket science!!!
Edited by: "clarkeyi" 8th Aug 2012

Oos at all 10 stores closest to me

Out of stock

clarkeyi

Why do some people ask dumb questions????. It's a hydration pack … Why do some people ask dumb questions????. It's a hydration pack designed to hold fluids easily when cycling,running, etc whether on the road or across rough terrain. It's not rocket science!!!

Presumably because you are the smartest person that planet earth has ever known

Cold

This is cheaper and can hold more.

drinkstuff.com/pro…D=3
Edited by: "hero2zer0" 8th Aug 2012

hero2zer0

ColdThis is cheaper and can hold … ColdThis is cheaper and can hold more.http://www.drinkstuff.com/products/product.asp?ID=3



I'd rather pay more to not look like a cock X)

beltabry

Oos at all 10 stores closest to me



the same to me.

hero2zer0

ColdThis is cheaper and can hold … ColdThis is cheaper and can hold more.http://www.drinkstuff.com/products/product.asp?ID=3




Two 500ml cans isn't more than 1.5 litres.

You've just killed Argos...

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Never had to queue for a website before.

Ticket number 54 please..

Just wondering, as these things sit on your back does the liquid not get warmed up by body heat while cycling?
Interested, but I prefer my drinks on the move to be cold.

would be good to take into the olympic park as there are long queues for water from the fountains

jukkie

Just wondering, as these things sit on your back does the liquid not get … Just wondering, as these things sit on your back does the liquid not get warmed up by body heat while cycling?Interested, but I prefer my drinks on the move to be cold.



of course the water is going to get heated up but its 1.5L therefore its going to take a long time for it to heat up

hero2zer0

ColdThis is cheaper and can hold … ColdThis is cheaper and can hold more.http://www.drinkstuff.com/products/product.asp?ID=3

For £7 it's worth trying to see how it fairs against a proper branded one. Just reserved the last one in York and luckily as I'm off out on my MTB to Sherwood Pines in half hour so prefect timing! It best not leak!

shareef

Why not?



It's in the rules: http://www.velominati.com/the-rules/#32

And you have bottle cages for a reason.

Reserved the last one near me - thanks
Edited by: "dblake" 9th Aug 2012

Mike39496

It's in the rules: http://www.velominati.com/the-rules/#32And you have … It's in the rules: http://www.velominati.com/the-rules/#32And you have bottle cages for a reason.



Love those rules....think I break most of them...very funny!

Banned

cala

I'm thinking bout it. What you guys think in comparison with its … I'm thinking bout it. What you guys think in comparison with its competitors out there?



Here we go, prepare to get shot down in flames again zeke......

Cannot see the point. When did it become critical to carry fluid with you at all times? What's wrong with having a drink before and/ or after any vigorous exercise or anything involving being more than 10m from the nearest tap or fridge? I ride my bike to work and vigorously exercise the dog. Never, ever felt the need to carry round a "titty bottle".

emgebe

Can you take the insides out these and just use them as a light … Can you take the insides out these and just use them as a light ruksack?Cheers...


In theory, yes. In practice, no. You`d be able to fit more in your pockets than you could fit in one of these.

zekespah

Here we go, prepare to get shot down in flames again zeke......Cannot see … Here we go, prepare to get shot down in flames again zeke......Cannot see the point. When did it become critical to carry fluid with you at all times? What's wrong with having a drink before and/ or after any vigorous exercise or anything involving being more than 10m from the nearest tap or fridge? I ride my bike to work and vigorously exercise the dog. Never, ever felt the need to carry round a "titty bottle".



When your out on your bike for 4+ hours at a weekend it gets pretty tiring without a drink. Agreed if its a run for up to an hour but anything above 2 hours (IMO) and I start needing a drink pretty badly.

OOS in all 10 local stores

AnimalMagic81

When your out on your bike for 4+ hours at a weekend it gets pretty … When your out on your bike for 4+ hours at a weekend it gets pretty tiring without a drink. Agreed if its a run for up to an hour but anything above 2 hours (IMO) and I start needing a drink pretty badly.



Totally agree. I do long distance running and cycling and when your cross country running for example and 25 miles from home and 5-6 miles from the nearest house...they come in handy

Banned

warriorsq

Totally agree. I do long distance running and cycling and when your cross … Totally agree. I do long distance running and cycling and when your cross country running for example and 25 miles from home and 5-6 miles from the nearest house...they come in handy



Bet its like drinking your own sweat. Thanks but no.

i wonder how comfortable this is? Or better to invest in a better quality one?
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