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HydraPak Seeker Collapsible Containers (2-Pack)

HydraPak Seeker Collapsible Containers (2-Pack)

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Is there not a smaller size than 2L?
treal512
Nvm, found their Stow and Ultraflask lines
Multiple questions: Does the threading match a Sawyer Squeeze? What do they weigh collapsed? How easy, or not, are they to fill in non-moving water (ie, a lake) ?
prendrefeu
Nevermind. Quick internet search: not compatible with Sawyer.
Will a Sawyer mini fit on these?
Grant3
Not compatible with Sawyer (per internet search)
Grant3
You can use Katadyne BeFree filter $25. I just got one and Seeker 2L for 3.5 oz total. Flows great just from gravity faster than Sawyer squeezing the bag. I found Sawyer squeeze to be a pia so setup as gravity filter with a Camelbak bladder but it's 8oz. BeFree+Seeker 2L is just as fast and functional for half the weight.
I have a number of these and will be picking up more. They are extremely handy. For motorcycle or car camping trips I freeze them at about 3/4 full and add water to fill. That way I have cold, fresh water all the time. The Trek kit has a top that accepts the typical drinking tube quick-connect. I use it for cold water while riding. The trek kit is the only place you can get it.
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So far, not an issue. May 6-8 freezing cycles on them. Freezing is specifically listed as an "ability" in the description. The really do work great as ice in a cooler. I am careful about trying to freeze them flat. I wish I could freeze them vertically, ut I haven't figured that out yet
mbjst
Freeze them standing inside a milk carton
Just confirming the drop is for a pair for all the options
I have 3 of these in 2L that I use with the Katadyn BeFree filter. It's a great system. This is the newer version with the heavier duty fabric which feels very durable.
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