What an incredibly handy little thing! I’m one of those folks that hate hydration reservoirs inside my pack. I needed a handy way to attach a bottle to my pack’s shoulder strap and this is it. It holds bottles securely and allows easy access. Genius!
Tired of bending over backwards to reach your water bottles? Our Aquaclip Kit allows you to to clip a water bottle to your backpack’s shoulder straps or belt so you have it easily accessible up front. It will fit any small water bottle with a standard size neck. The bottle can be popped in and out easily on the go. We find that it carries the weight of a 500 ml (16.9 fl oz) bottle well.
This clip is not designed to carry heavier water bottles. If you're looking to carry a larger bottle, like the 1L SmartWater bottle, we recommend our Water Bottle Sleeve instead.
The Zpacks kit includes one AquaClip, two One-Wrap® Velcro bands for securing it to the daisy chain on your shoulder straps, and a rubber end cap so that the clip cannot slide out of the velcro.
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Designed well from sturdy material. Should be effective.
I purchased these to use on my Waymark Mile pack to save the price of water bottle pockets. Then realize the pack has no location to mount these. Which means I have no practical knowledge of how well they work on the trail. They appear designed well with sturdy materials. The transaction was easy and they shipped quickly.
Bought 2 of these , the first broke on the 2nd day into hike and the other lasted 5 days into hike , manufacturer might consider Aluminum versus plastic , I eventually settled on a mesh water bottle holder and like it very much , I would be reluctant to buy again
One of the most convenient things i have ever used. Not only convenient but easy to use.
165 miles on the Appalachian Trail so far, up and down mountains all day, and depending on terrain, a lot of body rocking. The Aquaclip holding my Smart water bottle fits comfortably on my chest and is an ease to grab when thirst hits. Beats having to reach back in my pack!
Indispensable when climbing