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Hydrapak 1L Stash Bottle (2017)

Hydrapak 1L Stash Bottle (2017)

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Any chance of these coming in Mojave orange or mammoth grey? I can't stand sequoia green for some reason.
need both hands, one hand has to hold bottom of stash bottle, especially when water below half full...
I will reiterate previous comments. Does this drop include 2 bottles or 1?? The email ad I received says 2.. Massdrop please clarify
I bought these on a previous drop and the cap broke on both within a few weeks of using them. Really liked the collapsible design for travel, but they are designed/made poorly.
Which is it? The email says 2 pack, the description says only one.
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Nolenhouse
So massdrop are we gonna get an answer?
Nolenhouse
The email stating this drop was for a 2-pack is a mistake - Our apologies for the error and thank you for bringing this up. This is for a single 1L Stash Bottle only as stated on the drop page. If you would like to cancel your order you can 'contact support' through the transaction page and we will be happy to give you a full refund. Thanks for the heads up @bpwnz @amiller
Must my own $0.02 but I can't stand these bottles when camping or hiking. That they can compress is fantastic, but actively using them is annoying. It feels like you're trying to hold a floppy phallus straight when you drink out of them - you /have/ to use two hands, which can be particularly inconvenient.
Good for laughs though.
Also watch out using dish soap with any kind of scent. For some reason even if you use an extremely light and soft washing soap, it just holds on to that scent forever. <3
What color are we getting, green or blue?
Reynan
Green!
Thinking seriously about getting one as a winter camping pee bottle.
The full retail price of this bottle is not $45.98... More like 17 or 18 bucks. I'm sure that is a typo on the listing. I have a few of these and quite like them.
The bottles I received differ from the ones on the Hydrapak website. On the site the bottles sport a nice big handle on the bottom for pulling the bottle apart when collapsed. The MassDrop version does not. Anyone know how to get these things apart easily? And why was this not mentioned BEFORE I bought two?
I have been using the Stash Bottle for the past 6 months, mainly at work, and I have no complaints. When I first received the product, the bottle did have a weird smell but after throwing it into the dishwasher (they suggest not to but I did) the smell went away. This water is perfect for hikes or even a day out where you want to have a reusable water bottle but don't want to be bothered with carrying it around (fits in my back pocket when folded up.
Has anyone found a easy solution to cleaning the bottle? I have read the suggested methods on their website but interested to hear if anyone has come up with a better solution.
Not sure what the difference is between bottles -- I've had no problem with these in terms of taste, and have been using them for weeks now. They fold down to a tiny profile, so they'd be good for carrying dry goods as well.
Washed, filled with lemon juice and water, froze and then melted water and rinsed with baking soda. its been fine since.
Unfortunately, I have the same problem as most everyone else with these bottles. They are not useable. Not sure what to do anymore.
any ideas how to get rid of the blastic smell/taste?
The plastic flavor of my bottles was awful. Tried warm water and baking soda which helped a lot, but the plastic taste still persisted. Froze the waterbottles with vinegar and water, mostly water, a bunch vinegar. The next day I melted the ice and rinsed the bottles, smelled a lot like vinegar. Didn't bother with taste testing it. Put baking soda and warm water in the bottle, let sit for an hour. Any weird flavors and smells gone, perfect water bottle, now.
Pithecanthropus
I'll try, my bottles have been sitting in the freezer for months 'cause I haven't gotten rid of the smell and taste yet
I've been using these for a couple weeks...no plastic smell/taste developed at all.
I really cannot stress enough how horrible these make the water taste. I would not at all recommend them.
They've been washed several times, set with vinegar (white and apple), lemon, and the rancid/plastic taste persists.
Scyne
I could not agree more. This is a horrible product.
I’d like to advise against purchasing this product. As other have rightly stated, it turns water rancid tasting after just a few uses. Even after cleaning thoroughly, the plasticy chemical taste persists. My dogs won’t even drink it. Bad product. Don’t buy.
Guess these guys have never heard of platypus or the like. Much smaller profile than these hydrapaks (including when empty -- they just roll up) not to mention much cheaper. The platypus is fairly flat even when full and fits nicely in the inside pocket of my ski jacket or cargo pocket of my pants.
kbear
seems like that wouldn't matter; from the look of it, they seem to be trying a slightly diffrent goal
are they dishwasher proof?
gregdalo
Dishwasher typically go up to 75 degrees, which is 15 degrees higher than the limit they listed in the description. So I would guess no.
pipicanim
Some dishwasher have an option to set the temperature
Does the Sawyer filter fits this bottle?
Yuval28
No, too wide. A Katadyn BeFree should fit, and I believe the ceramic pump filters should as well.
I plan to use these for storing dry cooking materials (eg rice, legumes etc) when bikepacking. I already use the 2L ones but these ones might ne better sized for smaller portions.
Hey guys. These things work pretty well as pee bottles. They have a wide opening and pack down small. I use the orange one to be color-coded.
garybolen
Awesome :-)
garybolen
Bear grills: "The problem is they make the pee taste like plastic"
I have used one of these...worked great...developed a bad taste. Hydrapak replaced it...the new one tasted terrible as well. They sent me a 3L hydration bladder that I love, but it had a taste that went away after a few uses. Hopefully they have remedied this.
I bought one of these earlier after having a good experience with their bigger bladders. But these are like the MSR Dromedary bags in terms of the plastic smell and taste. I tried everything and could not get the taste out of them. I like the design but apparently they use different materials for these and the bigger bladders. Anyhow I cannot recommend these until they uniformly
A lot of the reviews I’ve read complain about the plastic smell and taste but sometimes if you wash a plastic item out really well and then fill it with water and sliced lemons and freeze it and then let it thaw you won’t have that smell/taste anymore. I have not tried it with this item yet but it’s worked with other items.
duntrpn
This method has worked with just about every water carrying item I've purchased.
You need to update your description, you have the description and discussion for the 750 ml, you need to change it to the 1 L.
edit: I'd be very interested in the gray 1 liter stashes! :)
I'd be very interested in the gray stashes.