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Portable potables.

The Sea To Summit Pack Tap Water Reservoir gives you an easy, accessible way to store water. Hang it from a tree or tripod at camp, and use the convenient tap for cooking and drinking. The durable and packable design makes it a go-to for camping and river trips.

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Can you cross compare this guy to the MSR...

Can you cross compare this guy to the MSR Dromedary bag of similar size?


Cool little container

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

This is pretty slick.

Soft and conforming you can put it pretty much anywhere.

i've squeezed the heck out of it to see how tight the valve is with no leaks at all.

super easy to operate.

i wish it came with a hang strap or caribiner for hanging it- gotta make your own.

not sure about cleaning it yet...fill with hot soapy water and swish i guess...

Update: you can use soapy water or denture cleaners on this, but I couldn't really ever get it to dry. worries about mildew. might be worth just freezing it in between uses.


Go to bladder.

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

This thing works great. Multiple lash points for attaching to virtually anything' trees, backpacks, whatever. One hand use. Packs up small. More versatile than any other large water bladders that I have used.


worked great

    It worked great around camp but I am skeptical of the tap holding up. Its not threaded and you have to pull it off every time that it needs to be filled. Not sure that the seal will hold up over time.



      Used it on a Scout backpacking trip.. worked great! 2.5 gal was just the right size for the boys to carry from a water source to refill drinking bottles at camp and it stores really well in my pack empty.