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2L Hydration Reservoir - Nomax Tank Bag

This is a replacement Shape-Loc 2.0L Hydrapak reservoir for theNomax Tank Bag.

It features an insulated removable hose with twist on/off valve. The Slide-Seal closure quickly opens up the entire top of the reservoir, making filling and cleaning a snap. You can even turn it completely inside out!

The reservoir is made by Hydrapak from puncture & abrasion resistant RF welded-seam TPU.

PRODUCT SPECS
  • Compatibility: Nomad/Nomax Tank Bag (all versions)
  • Capacity: 2L / 70 fl oz
  • Capacity with baffle locked: 1.5L / 50 fl oz
  • Dimensions: 340mm x 165mm / 13.3in x 6.4in
  • Weight: 141g / 4.9oz
MATERIALS

TPU, PP/POM, ABS, Silicone

IMPORTANT NOTE

The opening is what would be the middle "handle" piece when you flip the flap upwards. It can seem like it is attached to the harder, clear plastic, but the darker, black/gray plastic material should peel away from the stiffer bit.

Customer Reviews

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Daud Warraich
The tube is insulated and keeps you cool

Switched from Kriega , and noticed that the built quality is better. Tube is insulated, comes with a cap. The material for the water bladder is high quality and can fit into any camel back bag. I bought this one with the intention to get a model Moto tank and use this in the future

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Eduardo Menendez
2L H2O tank bag

Bag is well made but not practical for water since is located on top of tank..I ended up using bag to carry most of my small items needed on my trips..sun glasses, eye drops, etc

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Eduardo Menendez
2L H2O tank bag

Bag is well made but not practical for water since is located on top of tank..I ended up using bag to carry most of my small items needed on my trips..sun glasses, eye drops, etc

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Robin Advena
No idea how to open - instruction???

The sliding element is quite self explaining, but it is still closed, not sure if it is supposed to be like that. I need to find out now myself. Would be nice to have an instruction in the pack. I think it is a no-go to expect the customer to do research and leave it to good luck if maybe someone has posted an explanation post somewhere. Is it so hard to include an instruction to the delivery (or at least a link where the information can be found...)?

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Robin Advena
No idea how to open - instruction???

The sliding element is quite self explaining, but it is still closed, not sure if it is supposed to be like that. I need to find out now myself. Would be nice to have an instruction in the pack. I think it is a no-go to expect the customer to do research and leave it to good luck if maybe someone has posted an explanation post somewhere. Is it so hard to include an instruction to the delivery (or at least a link where the information can be found...)?