Amphipod SnapFlask Hydration Module - 10.5 oz. - Package of 2

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Amphipod SnapFlask Hydration Module - 10.5 oz. - Package of 2
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Amphipod SnapFlask Hydration Module - 10.5 oz. - Package of 2 -

Upgrade the hydration performance of your pack or Amphipod belt with these easy-access SnapFlask bottles that each hold 10.5 oz. of your favorite performance fluid.



  • Each flask has a wide, 35mm mouth that makes it easy to fill and clean


  • Docking base/module attaches securely to Amphipod belts and any 1.5 to 2-in. wide belt or strap on a backpack or waistpack


  • SnapFlask module technology features easy release and snap-in replacement to the docking base (included) for effortless access
  • Docking base allows vertical or horizontal attachment positions
  • Includes two 10.5-fl. oz. bottles for a total of 21 fl. oz.
  • Polyethylene is 100% BPA free
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BPA free:Yes
Bottle opening:Narrow
Fits in cup holder:Yes
Liquid capacity (L):0.62 liters
Liquid capacity (fl. oz.):21 fluid ounces
Material:Low-density polyethylene
Water bottle cap type:Push/pull
Water bottle material:Soft plastic
Weight:4 ounces

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Amphipod SnapFlask Hydration Module - 10.5 oz. - Package of 2 Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Excellent Value

I purchased these bottles to increase the capacity of the 20oz Amphipod Full-Tilt AirStretch Velocity Hydration Waistpack.

The 10.5oz bottles are really the perfect size. They're not too large that they're awkward to handle, especially when removing them from the belt. But, they still hold a respectable amount of water for their size. For the extra water that they hold, they're definitely worth the extra buck it takes to buy them over the 8oz bottles.

They snap back into place very easily, and a quick wiggle after you snap them assures you that they are secure. I guess you could put them on any belt you wanted. Either way, they're definitely a worthwhile upgrade if you need more water capacity.
Darth Bling at REI on 07/07/2011

Greta way to stay hydrated!

I was looking for a way to bring along some water while I run, since the weather is starting to change and staying hydrated is important! I saw these and though I'd give them a try. I tried them yesterday for the first time, while running from street to trail I barely noticed them on my hips. I attached them to my waist pack that has my phone ang GPS. They mounted perfectly and taking them off and putting them back on was a snap. I would have given them 5 stars, but I noticed some water leaking out from the top. Not sure if I tightened them enough or what, but after another run I will reevaluate the water bottles.
rokhoppr at REI on 03/03/2012

Negative Reviews:

A poor choice for comfort and retention

I am terribly disappointed in these flasks. For wearing around a campground or some other low-intensity activity, I'm sure they're fine. But they are not good for running or other higher-intensity activities.

You can mount them on a belt two ways - vertically (they slide like mad) or horizontally (plastic grips keep them much more solidly where you put them). The problem with mounting them horizontally is that the nipple is easily loosened with vibration so they leak more, and there just isn't a whole lot of room on a belt to mount these sideways. In the vertical mount, they still will leak but only when nearly full. If you don't have two balanced with pretty much the same amount of liquid, they will pull the belt around and slip, which is extremely annoying on a long run.

The worst problem, however, is the clip itself. You will lose bottles along your way. It does clip in with a firm click when you have it seated correctly, but it's also very easy to knock them out of the clip, particularly when empty. All it takes is the right light hit from your arm or some scrub, and the bottle is gone before you notice anything is wrong.

The bottom line is that these work for light recreational use, but don't count on them for more than that.
Daemonaquila at REI on 12/12/2013