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Okay, so, this little hydration system is pretty stinkin' rad. Admittedly I've only used it while car camping, but it has come in handy when I've needed a large amount of water and also needed a variety of ways to "serve up" the water, if you will. The reservoir on its own is awesome. Namely I've found that the tube and included pour spout make the Trek kit great for cooking purposes, as well as cleaning off the dogs if they roll in goat poo. Which, yeah, who wants to share a tent with someone or something that rolled in fresh goat feces?
The whole package comes with a 3-liter Seeker reservoir, which can be used with the included Hydrant Tube or Plug-N-Play cap. This allows you to use the Seeker as a hydration reservoir in, say a backpack, or as a means of water storage. The Hydrant tube forcefully ejects water, which is a pretty cool feature if you need water fast. A pour spout can be easily inserted / connected via the Plug-N-Play cap, so you have a variety of different ways to release the water. Like I've said, I dig this system for cooking and cleaning (e.g. dishes, dogs, and even the on-the-go shower), but I'm sure there's a bevy of other uses.
Sometimes you need one HydraPak product, sometimes you need several. Introducing the all-new Trek Kit, complete with the 3L Seeker storage and delivery system, Plug-N-Play Cap, silicone drink tube with squeeze bulb and drink valve and a dispensing insert. Isnât it beautiful when things come together?