Aquaclip Kit

64 reviews
$4.95 Weight 0.42 oz / 12.0 g

Lead Time Ships in About 2 to 3 Weeks

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. 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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4.5 Based on 64 Reviews
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Vanessa L.
United States United States
Bottle clip works for me

I used both the bladder and the ArcBlast side pockets to store water. I decided to try out the simple clip and found it my preferred method to carry water. May eventually insert a camelback tube to regain the hands free operation.

Kirby H.
United States United States

Great service! Good proce.

Teresa L.
United States United States
Just what I need!

Due to a shoulder injury many months ago, I’m unable to get my water bottle in and out of the side pocket on my pack, but the aqua clip solved the problem without spending much.

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Calvin H.
United States United States

This is the best quick access device I own. Solid construction, super light and actually works as advertised.

BEn M.
United States United States
Works well

It works well but I lost the little rubber nub at the bottom within the first couple of miles I should have glued it on.