Dakine Replacement Bite Valve

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Dakine Replacement Bite Valve
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Your old valve is starting to look like your puppy's chew toy, and with the way it leaks, it looks like you are trying to mark a trail so you can find your way back to camp. Switch out that old, nasty valve with the Dakine Replacement Bite Valve. Dakine revamped the design on this valve to prevent leaks and to give you quick, easy access to hydration.

Features:

  • 45 degree high flow bite valve with ON/OFF system
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The Dakine Replacement Bite Valve is a great thing to buy just in case the first one breaks or is misplaced.

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Dakine Replacement Bite Valve Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

The valve on my Hydrapak kept leaking when opened. Ended up getting this valve, installed super easy and completely fixed the problem. Valve seemed to be able to fit a variety of different sized tubing as well.

Kevin K at Backcountry.com on 08/08/2012

This replacement is loads better than the old one supplied with my pack. It twists open and closed instead of having the fear of breaking your teeth to pull the old one open. Easy. Me likes.

zdc2611847 at Backcountry.com on 08/05/2012

I do have the newer Dakine hydration bags in my pack, so this is perfect for replacing my dirt filled (ew) nipple i have on there currently. Sweet! Cleaner tasting water.

Cecilia M at Backcountry.com on 04/21/2012

Negative Reviews:

This is the exact bite valve that came with my nathan hydration vest. Exactly this - which I unfortunately didn't know until I purchased this as a replacement for the valve that leaked when I bough my Nathan vest. Within two weeks of using it leaked like crazy and had to be left in the "off" position except when drinking. Even then it sucked in lots of air when drinking. It is made up of at least 4 different molded parts - way to complicated. What were the designers thinking? Even when it is not working it takes two hands to open and close the valve. Of course, if it didn't leak you could just leave it open. I replaced it with a camelbak valve. Save yourself some frustration - give this valve a pass.

Patrick McMurtry at Backcountry.com on 08/13/2013

My new Dakine Drafter came with this bite valve. 1) it can't be opened/closed one-handed (while riding) 2) it leaked from day one and 3) the hose is the same size, so you can just swap in a Camelbak bite valve. :D

corp19335 at Backcountry.com on 09/09/2012

Terrible design
It's really hard to switch between on and off. Really requires you to remove your gloves.
Water flow is adequate.
I replaced mine with a camelbak big bite valve and it flows more water and is more convenient to use on the mountain

Suney Cheung at Backcountry.com on 07/08/2012

these valves do not fit the older style blue hose made by nalgene for dakine. if you need those, nalgene sells direct from their website.

dav654552102 at Backcountry.com on 04/15/2012

Neutral Reviews:

The valve on my Hydrapak kept leaking when opened. Ended up getting this valve, installed super easy and completely fixed the problem. Valve seemed to be able to fit a variety of different sized tubing as well.

Kevin K at Backcountry.com on 10/12/2012