Camelbak Hydration Packs for Adults & Kids

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Camelbak Hydration Packs for Adults & Kids
Price: $24.99 - 69.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $10 Two-Day OR $20 One-Day
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days (Friday, Mar 31 to Monday, Apr 03) + transit
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These are great! I fill mine with beer and wear it when I mow the lawn.

No choice of colors???

I keep pushing the Add button to cart, but nothing shows up in the cart, after choosing the specific model. Why? Does that mean they are sold out?

Note to Woot staff…

I have decided to resign as the Woot Poet Laureate effective today. Poor pay and the lack of “quality post” awards is the reason. It was fun while it lasted.

Thank You

Eeeewwww… Most people have a hard enough time keeping these clean enough to not get sick with just water!

Did we miss some of your posts for QPs? If so, I’m really sorry. I tried to give you a QP for every poem I saw.

We aren’t sold out of any of these models, so I’m not sure what could be causing the issue. What browser are you using? Have you tried to make a purchase in a different browser?

Is the fourteneer 20 and 24 only available in Tahoe Blue/Lime Punch?

Will the kids pack fit an adult? Sometimes I want to carry a smaller pack. Also, the red one with the flames is wicked cool. :slight_smile:

I can’t add, is this a early april fools joke, can’t buy what you want

I’m having the same trouble, it won’t let me choose or add to cart

What internet browser are you using? Are you on the app?

I wear a child’s pack- but I’m sort of a small adult…


Can you fill these ahead of time, toss them in the trunk, and have the water still be healthy when emergency strikes?

I wouldn’t. Better would be to keep a sealed 1 gallon jug of drinking water.

Agree with the above and will add based on my experience of using these sorts of hydration backpacks for 20ish years:

  1. if you keep them in the trunk, they will get hot and taste of the plastic liner; a gallon jug of water will do the same thing. I’d still recommend gallon jugs, but if you store the camelback in a cool dry place the water will be fine.
  2. Never put anything but water in these and they stay relatively clean forever so long as you wash the bite valve. If you put juice or electrolyte powder in them, you will be tasting the residue for some time to come and you invite growth of stuff that is no good.
  3. if you want/need to clean them, fill 2/3 with water, drop some denture cleaning tabs in them (I usually use 2) and let them sit for a few hours. Rinse thoroughly and you are good to go!

Way overpriced. For a few bucks buy a reusable bottle. Lot easier to clean too.