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Pat
28/03/2014
9:41:55 PM
On 28/03/2014 IdratherbeclimbingM9 wrote:
>You are all soft(!), & should take a lesson from dalai in his 'serious'
>climbing years...
>~> I heard he got by on thirsty climbing days, simply by sucking the moisture
>from a can of spam!
>;-)

and you by sucking lemons . . .

IdratherbeclimbingM9
29/03/2014
10:29:41 AM
On 28/03/2014 Pat wrote:
>On 28/03/2014 IdratherbeclimbingM9 wrote:
>>You are all soft(!)
(Snip)
>and you by sucking a lemon . . .

Fixed that forya Pat.
~> been trying to go lightweight for years now!
;-)

BoulderBaby
29/03/2014
9:54:26 PM
Try the Osprey Viper 13 (new model) Pretty sure it has a 3lt bag in it. Its quite small, light and will sit high out of the way of the harness. Or even check out the raptor 14 (I think this one has a very small airflow back system but I haven't seen the updated one yet) One of the pro's i'd say with the hydralics bladders is that they're ridged so no need realistically for a segmental compartment and easy to use so that's always a plus.

I'd personally go for a osprey BAG over the ones camelbak make. Much better designed for movement!

I personally have a petzl bug and use a camelbak bladder, but I have an old one, the new antidote resevoirs are better designed. Camelbaks bladders just dont seem to die!

Pat
29/03/2014
10:48:54 PM

>>and you by sucking a lemon . . .
>
>Fixed that forya Pat.
>~> been trying to go lightweight for years now!
>;-)

Rod you're not really trying until you start sucking cumquats - that's what I call lightweight.
martym
1/04/2014
12:15:28 AM
On 28/03/2014 ajfclark wrote:
>Mould? Drying out between uses? I've never dried out my current bladder
>or washed it. It's not mouldy. Am I missing something? Is this just
>a statement about Osprey's anti-bac treatment or my lack of cleanliness?
Quite possibly.

I'm satisfied enough with drinking from a bottle so won't put it to the test though.

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