Day/hydration pack

Discussion in 'Weapons, Equipment & Rations' started by hantsbloke, Jan 27, 2008.

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  1. Im after a hydration pack/camel bak are they the same? or a combined/small day sack that will be classed as hand luggage on a flight, dont want to pay the earth, I have to confess its not for water either :roll: Thanks in advance


    edit to note, day sack is for the plane, not intending to take any liquid on a plane, more for a cruiseboat and maybe Army v the NAVY :wink:
     
  2. no chance your not allowed to take unsealed liquids through security
     
  3. So you want a combined hydration/daysack (but not for water!) that you can use as hand luggage on a flight?

    Which flight are you planning on blowing up if I may ask?

    I just want to make sure I'm not on it.
     
  4. edit to note, day sack is for the plane, not intending to take any liquid on a plane, more for a cruiseboat and maybe Army v the NAVY
     
  5. Got a camelback maximum load its very good not cheap though.
     
  6. I bought one of the daysack versions from a bicycle shop for £25 instead of £60 as it was discontinued by the shop.

    dont expect the bag to hold as much as a day sack though!

    Personally I prefer a decent daysack with a 3L hydration pack inside it. It also does not look Mil spec.