Source Razor hydration carrier, 3L
A low profile drinking system. Shorter and wider than most others, this has no independent carrying straps but will attach to PALS instead. Inside is the WLPS bladder.
Measurements 25 x 35 x 7 cm full.
The WLPS bladder
- 3 litre capacity
- Source has a lot of fancy tradermarkedTM systems that we do not care to list - what it means is that there is practically no bacteria growth inside the bladder or the tube, water will always taste fresh and there is no need to clean the thing if you use only water.
- The tube is 94 cm long and has a Storm valve. The valve is at a right angle, which makes it easier to drink and requires less tube length. The valve is not a bite one - you pull the endpiece away from the body and water flows, you push it inside and the water flow stops. The valve can be locked and comes with a cap.
- The bladder is very easy to fill - you just open it completely from the top. The lack of any traditional cap means there's one less part to break.
- The tube has an insulating textile cover which is very durable, blocks UV radiation and makes the tube match the colours of the rest of the pack.
Made by Source
Source is one of the leading makers of hydration systems on the worldwide market, their gear are used by militaries and law enforcement units all around the globe. High quality and absolutely reliable, this stuff is made for real use!
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Niko S. 21.05.2018 (Edited 23.05.2019)