Tech Video on the 2016 CamelBak Low Rider Series.
As well as tool storage, some of the larger packs have compression webbing tied to two loops at your waist. Once you’ve drunk a bunch of the water in a full reservoir, simply pull on the loops, and it’ll drive the rest of the water lower down to the bottom of the bladder.
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Back to School Round Up - Packed Lunch Special
There's just a matter of weeks left before school starts - Blake is about to start year 2 whilst Meg is going to start reception!
In this post I wanted to bring the focus round to those extra bits and pieces, especially when it comes to packed lunches.
One of the things all children love to do is show their peers all the new things they have at the start of term, there's always a bit of competition to show something different and unusual.
I love that the children are encouraged to bring in their own water bottle to school and are free to drink water whenever they need to. I think it's great to have a bottle that is easy for your child to identify, a spout that can be covered and easy to clean.
We are super impressed with Camelbak Eddy spill proof kids water bottle, literally the best water bottle we've used both my children love it! Easy to use one handed, spill proof, BPA free, the soft spout flips closed and uses a unique bite and sip straw - I wondered at first if it would be difficult to master but both my children had the hang of it in seconds! This water bottle is really easy to take apart and clean and it feels durable too - you can also buy replacement spouts which is a plus for me! We love the fun designs too!
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