Camelbak Marathoner 2L Hydration Backpack £43.99 delivered or £40 free c&c @ TK Maxx
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Camelbak Marathoner 2L Hydration Backpack £43.99 delivered or £40 free c&c @ TK Maxx

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Found 23rd Mar 2017
R.r.p £84.99
I bought this as my first hydration pack as I'm training for my 1st marathon. Absolutely love it. I forget it's there half the time. Loads of pockets for gels, phone, tissues (should you get caught short or need to wipe away the blood/sweat/tears), etc inc. hidden pockets for emergency bus money. I feel so much more confident going my long runs now. TBH I think I love it so much I wanna just wear it all the time. I'm chucking my old handbag out. I'm going to interpret that it's aimed at female consumers but I say gender stereotyping can go do a runner.

There are various different delivery options - free over a spend of £75 or £3.99 standard or £5.99 next day. I think they used DHL.

BLURB -

The Marathoner™ is for the runner who wants a low-profile solution and minimalist storage.

Adjustable harness with cargo pockets. Integrated reservoir compression. Sweat-proof phone pocket. External fill. Stretch overflow pocket. Sizing Fits 30" to 46" chest

2L Bladder Included

Camelbak's best-selling vest carries 2 liters of water for runs of 2 hours or more—and its air mesh panels keep things light and breathable. They've also added compartments on the shoulder harnesses so you can access your essentials without slowing down: a sweat-proof compartment for your phone, a stretch-mesh envelope pocket for gels, and storage for two extra water bottles. Above all, they've designed this pack to fit comfortably without bumping around. With added dual sternum straps for more stability, and top strap elastic for a snug fit that won’t restrict your breathing. And thanks to the adjustable harness and drawstring compartments, you can cinch both the pack and reservoir down as your load gets lighter.

P.S.

Don't forget to remove the air once filled with water to avoid the sloshing
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Can't see it being worth almost £20 more than this one.

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Burty

Can't see it being worth almost £20 more than this … Can't see it being worth almost £20 more than this one.http://www.wiggle.co.uk/camelbak-dart-hydration-system/?lang=en&curr=GBP&dest=1&sku=5360690039&kpid=5360690039&utm_source=google&utm_term&utm_campaign=UK_PLA_Accessories&utm_medium=base&utm_content=mkwid%7csvEuhLA21_dc%7cpcrid%7c67090793462%7cpkw%7c%7cpmt%7c%7cprd%7c5360690039uk



Thanks for this, purchased!
kw21

[quote=Burty] Can't see it being worth almost £20 more than this … [quote=Burty] Can't see it being worth almost £20 more than this one.http://www.wiggle.co.uk/camelbak-dart-hydration-system/?lang=en&curr=GBP&dest=1&sku=5360690039&kpid=5360690039&utm_source=google&utm_term&utm_campaign=UK_PLA_Accessories&utm_medium=base&utm_content=mkwid%7csvEuhLA21_dc%7cpcrid%7c67090793462%7cpkw%7c%7cpmt%7c%7cprd%7c5360690039uk


Totally different products. I'm not a runner and do own the dart which I use for skiing, but without a waist strap, I wouldn't want that bouncing up and down on my back for 26 miles!!!

Edited by: "kw21" 23rd Mar 2017
Original Poster
Totally agree with kw21. There are extra straps to anchor it down.
Also there are two pouches on the front to carry loads of gels or extra water plus a waterproof pocket for your phone on the front, plus a hidden waterproof pocket on the back for money etc, plus a large pouch for extra layers if necessary. Also this holds 2 litres of water, the dart holds 1.5L.
A very different product but that all depends on your own personal needs.
kw21

Totally different products. I'm not a runner and do own the dart which I … Totally different products. I'm not a runner and do own the dart which I use for skiing, but without a waist strap, I wouldn't want that bouncing up and down on my back for 26 miles!!!



I guess all the 5 star reviews from the runners are wrong then?
Also has a gel pouch on the harness and a large pocket tor maps,lightweight packable jacket, mobile phone, wallet etc.
My point was that this is pretty good value for a Camelbak at just over £20 where as the listed item is still an overpriced Camelbak rip off even at the reduced price.
Original Poster
Nah u got me. I'm not a real runner. I just pretend I like a product and run 26 miles with it when in actual fact it's full of wine and I'm full of sh*te.
I'm thinking of posting a tesco bag for life for my next post but I'm worried you'll find a cheaper one under your sink.
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All sold out!
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