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Introducing the newest way to carry water on your bike. If you hate to carry a heavy backpack loaded with water and find it a pain to dig into your pannier or tank bag for a water, then we have the solution for you. The WaterBob is like a backpack for the pannier or on top of your rear dry bag... or wherever you want to attach it. The WaterBob has it's own built in straps designed to attach to the top of a pannier or a rear rack. If you wish to place it on top of your dry bag, its Rok Strap sleeves on the bottom of the bag work well to hold it in place.
The insulated WaterBob is designed to hold a 100oz Hydrapak (included) or like size water reseviour. It is outfitted with a side port for the drinking hose to slide in and out for ease of drinking while seated on the bike. (it is never recomended to drink from the WaterBob while the bike is moving). The mouthpiece sleeve is located for easy access while keeping it clean from dirt and dust.
The WaterBob is also designed to be handy when at the campsite. Hang the bag up and let gravity do it's thing. It's great for a light rinse of dishes or brushing your teeth.
So let your jacket breathe properly... get the extra weight off your back and have something your riding buddies don't have on their bike. GET THE WaterBob!
NEW USE! We just figured out the WaterBob works great to carry one or two bottles of wine on the bike. Just take the Hydrapak out and slide the bottles right in. The bottles are held snug and don't bounce around while in the WaterBob.
- Size 17.5" x 8.5" x 2.5" (with water full)
- Durable 1000 Denier Cordura Exterior
- 1000 Denier Cordura Trim
- 420 Denier Coated Pacnyl Lining
- Insul-Fab Reflective insulated Lining
- 1" Web strapping
- HydraPak 100oz water resevior and hose (Included)
- Weight .5lb without water
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
After using this on several trips, it's my new favorite addition for touring. Having toured in the recent Washington heat(75-85deg), it pleasantly surprised us when stopping for a drink in the hot sun and the water is still cool! Sure, the tubing part is hot but once the fresh water from the bag arrives it's refreshingly cool. Super cold? No, but all day in the blazing sun isn't going to keep anything ice cold. My daughter and I drink out of this and lasts all day until our camp stop for the day. It's perfect for us! I love the different strapping options as well. At camp, this continues to be of use, as we gather cooking water with it, and wrap up the day with evening hikes as its placed in the backpack. We LOVE this thing. The bag is very rugged and the interior bag is easy to clean. Well made and thought out product.