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Deuter Streamer Water Reservoirs

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    32 Reviews


    Funk should be stored externally.

    The Source Streamer 3.0 Reservoir will fit in any Deuter pack designed for three-liter reservoirs and many other hydration packs as well. Deuter has chosen not to make their own bladder, but source their bladder from Source, an Israeli company. Deuter has been working closely with Source to perfect their Streamer Reservoir. The result of this effort is represented with the all new Helix Valve. The new mouthpiece has a water stop tab and is absolutely drip free. Only light pressure is needed to activate the water flow. A spring integrated within the valve ensures instantaneous shut off of the water flow as soon as the valve is released. The Dirt Guard cap covers the valve during transportation to keep things tidy. But regardless of precautions, mountain bike equals dirty, so the Helix Valve was designed to easily be disassembled and cleaned. The reservoir itself is made from a BPA-free polyethylene (PE) plastic that boasts a surface as smooth as glass. Smooth is important because the smoother the surface, the harder it is for bacteria to attach itself. In addition, the surface makes it harder for taste, like old Cytomax, to remain after it the bladder has been washed. Beyond the glass-like surface, there's Grunge Guard, an anti-microbial coating designed to further keep mold at bay. Sealing the system is a bar-and-clip system that allows the bladder to be both opened completely and sealed completely, and is tough enough to be landed on.

    Deuter says the reservoir is so well-sealed that if you take out all the air after filling, you can probably leave the sack filled with liquid for a few weeks without growing mold. We don't want to try, but know that some of us are forgetful. Even when the Source Streamer 3-Liter Reservoir is dirty, washing with mild dish soap and warm water (under 140 degrees Fahrenheit) is enough to clean out the muck. For sterilizing, clean, dry with towels, and leave everything in the freezer overnight. Flush with water in the morning. The bladder can be frozen, but they do not recommend filling with boiling liquids. 140-degrees Fahrenheit is plenty warm. It weighs 168g.

    • Hydration reservoir quenches your thirst on the trail
    • Polyethylene is BPA-free and antimicrobial for a natural taste
    • DirtGuard cap covers bite valve to keep clean
    • Bar-and-clip closure completely opens and closes the bladder
    • Item #DTR0120

    Tech Specs

    co-extruded polyethylene
    [small] 70oz, [large] 100oz
    Claimed Weight
    Recommended Use
    Hiking, cycling, backpacking
    Manufacturer Warranty

    Tech Specs

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    No plasticky taste.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I like it that the water does not taste like plastic when I drink. The roll top closure is secure and allows for easy washing and drying. The hose quick disconnect makes it easy to refill without removing and re feeding the drink tube.

    My go-to reservoir

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This is my favorite hydration pack when I switch between packs that don't have their own system. Also, if I want to fill it up with ice for a hot day, this is the bag I reach for. The top opening is large and easy to open and close, making cleaning a breeze as well. The bit valve works well and I appreciate the screw lock and cover for when I need to toss it in the car or set it on the ground.

    For backpacking, I have a DIY gravity filter built around a Sawyer, and this is my clean bag after the filter. The hose quick connect does not leak when the hose is removed, making filling easy through this connection.

    Loved it so much. . . . .

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I loved this bladder so much I decided to dump the bladder in my Camelbak. This thing is awesome! You can open the thing wide open to add ice or clean. It does not leak at all. The mouth piece has a lock that will not leak. The mouth piece also has a cover to keep it clean in case you are riding in a dusty area, or have to set your pack down. I absolutely love this thing.

    If you have any questions about this bladder or any other gear shoot me an email at or give me a call at 801-523-4053


    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Durable, user friendly, easy to clean, perfect size... and has a perfect little cap to keep the mouthpiece clean! Everything you need and more.

    No Hassles

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've been using this reservoir in my Deuter bike pack and like it much better than the Camelbak reservoir. It's easy to clean and fill. It also does not make your water taste like plastic. The valve cover is a nice idea and at first I was going to take it off since it's a little tricky to put back on while riding. It took a few tries until I got the hang of it and now I leave it on because it keeps the dirt off in the dry summer conditions. I would recommend getting a slightly longer string because it can get hung up on your fingers/glove when putting it back on while riding.

    Thirst ready

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I bought this hydration bladder to pair with my Deuter Guide 45 Backpack - 2750cu in.
    Ive only used it a few times, a couple paired with the guide and once with a smaller camelback-pack.
    My initial impressions, is i should have bought the smaller version because I Purchased the 3L and it they weight wasn't worth the amount of water, since I didn't use all of the water on any of my trips.
    Its fairly easy to clean and easy to dry as the Plastic top Slides right off and you can get your hand inside the actual bladder.
    The drinking system is great and the valve is truly drip free.

    Does it's job and makes life easy!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Deuter is a great brand so getting a water reservoir from them was not a question at all. The reservoir is easy to clean and doesn't all. A great product for a great price.

    Ze Germans

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have used this product extensively over the last eight years (yeah I should probably replace mine) and can say hands down that it is the best hydration bladder I have seen. Many other products (see: camelback) are over-engineered and awkward to use. In contrast, the simplicity of the deuter bladder system enables easy filling, easy and reliable nozzle use, and the plastic sleeve that closes the bag even acts as a prop to hold it open so that the bag can dry out once you are done with your ride/ski/whatever.

    I will certainly be choosing this product over any other as long as it is produced.

    Edit: apparently this is not a german product. My endorsement stands

    Easy to Clean!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    So far I've used the reservoir on a long weekend climbing trip and it's been awesome. I previously had another company's reservoir with the typical screw cap in the middle so this was a change, but a welcomed one. There's been no leakage and the slider top feels secure. I really like the cap on the valve as well - I'm often tossing my back in the dirt and it's really nice to take a sip of water without a mouthful of dirt. I thought it was going to be annoying but it's really no problem at all. The open top is also great for cleaning - I can fit my whole hand in without an issue. As a whole it feels like it will hold up well and will be much more convenient to use. Definitely recommend it.

    Great product!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I just used this pack for the first time and loved it. It's my first hydration bladder so I'm still getting the hang of it but I was really imressed with how quickly the water came out. As it gets lower in the pack you do have to suck a bit to get water. But I assume that's normal. The hose is the perfect length coming out of my pack to hang down the side of my chest. I was worried that would be annoying but I was never bothered by it. Looking forward to using it in the future!

    Better than my CamelBak Antidote.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I bought a 3 liter version, because I already have a 2 liter CamelBak Antidote. The cleaning was definitely easier because I can stick my hand in it and dry it manually, whereas, my CamelBak I hung it up to dry. The valve for this is also better. There is a lock mechanism and also a cover. This bladder fits nicely in my Deuter AC 24 Spectro. I am quite happy with my purchase. I even bought the Deuter Thermo bag and tube insulator to use this in any season.

    Trusty water reservoir

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I toiled for weeks after buying my Deuter backpack with what water reservoir to buy for it. Reviews for all the notorious brands - camelbak, osprey, etc. - seemed mixed. When I realized that Deuter had their own, which they sourced from the Israeli company source I was intrigued. I was sold on the easy opening full width top, the smooth surface to keep bacteria and mold away, and an overall impression of thoughtfulness, simplicity, and quality. I took the Streamer on a trip to Death Valley and found it not only indispensable but also reliable and incredibly easy to use. Filling, taking apart, and cleaning are all easy tasks. After a week of use without washing no yucky film developed. I experienced no leaks or signs of wear. Granted I've only used it for about a month, my initial impression is very positive. I couldn't tell you yet how it holds up long term but there's every indication it will perform. What a relief after stressing over what reservoir to get. Plus it's BPA free and all that. I highly recommend the Deuter Streamer!

    Good resevoir but had a problem

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    First the good points. Easy to fill orange clip easy to install. Heavy duty water resevoir had no worries about tearing or rips. Plenty of water flow when drawing water from tube. Sat well on top of pack. I did have one major issue which made me stop my hike in that the snap in portion of the hose that secures to the bladder started to drip and leak. Pulling the hose out and repositioning it didnt stop the leak and made a mess inside my pack and left me with a lack of water source. However the durability of the resevoir itself made me trade the leaky one in for a second one of the same type and have yet to try it on my next hike. Overall a great reservoir and hoping it was just a bad break.

    Replacement bite valve

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have used the 3 liter hydration system for a couple of years. When the silicon bite valve needed to be replaced, I had to buy the entire plastic bite valve. All I wanted was a new silicon piece. This company does not sell just the soft silicon bite piece as a replacement item.

    Great German ingenuity

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I recently took Deuter Streamer 3 L with me on a 2 day 25 mile backpacking hike on the Manistee River trail loop in MI and I have been impressed with it so far. I use the Streamer with my Deuter Aircontact 55+10 Trekking backpack, it integrates very nicely. The greatest feature of this product is the ease of cleaning! The hose can easily be removed thanks to the snap off hose design, great feature. Also, I'm a huge fan of the slide off clip on the top of the bag, it removes easily and provides a tight seal and does NOT leak at all. This also provides great ease cleaning the inside of the bag and makes air drying the bag simple between uses. I really have no major complaints of this product. The only minor issue I have noticed thus far was that when the mouth piece was turned into the open position, it would leak slowly when you let it dangle. Simple solution is to close it between drinking breaks. The black cap also provides good dirt protection while you are hiking some trails. All in all a great hydration bladder, I highly recommend it to anyone looking to stay hydrated on the trails.

    Great German ingenuity

    go big

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I picked one up on SAC for cheap and didn't realize it was only the 1.0 L until it arrived...Too small for me to use for anything but I really like the quality/design and will buy a larger one when I need to replace a current bladder.

    Love it, but some flaws

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've been using the 2 liter reservoir for a couple of years now, and it's holding up really well. I mostly use it for backpacking, with a Sawyer in-line filter clipped on, so the quick release hose attachment is fantastic. I also really love that it opens completely at one end, this makes filling it from lakes and creeks easy, and it also makes it fairly easy to clean and dry completely when I get home. I love this combo - being able to just fill it up at a water source and drink, not having to pump or treat water. I was a bit concerned about the bar closure being secure, but so far so good. The thing I didn't like was the bite valve and giant cover - they didn't work great and were difficult to manage with the pack ports, etc., plus annoying to pull off the cover every time I wanted to drink. So, I just cut it off and stuck on a plain Camelbak bite valve, which works great.

    Where can i find a replacement Orange sealing clip thingie (yes, technical term)?

    is there any way to secure the tube to the strap of your pack? for example, i have an osprey bladder and the tube has a magnet on the mouthpiece. you fix the other magnet to your strap so when you finish drinking the mouthpiece just "snaps" into place on the strap and is out of the way.