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Hydration

Hydration

Everyone who goes camping or hiking needs to make sure they stay hydrated.

On this page you'll find several options that make hydration easy.

Go big with one of our water jerry cans, or purchase one of our flexible bottles to stay mobile.

Browse our catalogue today to view all of your options.

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  •   Kookaburra Water Container

    Kookaburra Water Container

    A useful 25 L water storage container that allows easy access through a tap and makes camping a whole lot easier with clean water at your convenience....

    Reg: $24.99 - $29.99

    CLUB: $19.99 - $23.99


  • SteriPEN Pre Filter For Water Bottles

    SteriPEN Pre Filter For Water Bottles

    When clear water is not available, use the Water Bottle Pre-Filter by SteriPEN. The Pre-Filter filters out particulates and debris. Fits on Nalgene and wide-mouth water bottles....

    Reg: $25.00


  •   Bushtracks 10L Water Jerry Can

    Bushtracks 10L Water Jerry Can

    A high quality water jerry can which holds fresh water. Ideal for holding your drinking water while camping, boating or when out four wheel driving....

    Reg: $19.99

    CLUB: $15.99


  •   Bushtracks 20L Canoe Drum

    Bushtracks 20L Canoe Drum

    This Canoe Drum is ideal for storing virtually anything! The water tight 'O' ring seal on the lid will keep the contents dry and it's BPA free!...

    Reg: $29.99

    CLUB: $23.99



  •   Fluid Inject Hydration Pack

    Fluid Inject Hydration Pack

    Compact and lightweight yet it can carry all of your cycling essentials such as water bottle, a mini pump, and spare tube. Including the double strap feature to hold your cycling helmet....

    Reg: $89.99

    CLUB: $53.99


  •   Bushtracks 20L Water Jerry Can

    Bushtracks 20L Water Jerry Can

    20 litre, single lid free tap plastic BPA free jerry can from the Bushtracks range. Ideal for holding your drinking water while camping, boating or when out four wheel driving....

    Reg: $24.99

    CLUB: $19.99


  • Denali 600 mL Adventure Squeeze Bottle

    Denali 600 mL Adventure Squeeze Bottle

    This handy silicone bottle from Denali holds 600ml of your favourite liquid refreshment and when empty simply rolls up to stow easily in your bag, glove box, pack or just about anywhere!...

    Reg: $10.00


  • Fluid Rapture Water Bottle

    Fluid Rapture Water Bottle

    Fluid Rupture Water Bottle - Quality sports water bottle that doesn't give you plastic-flavoured water. Soft plastic that fits snugly into your bottle cage, and easy to use bite pop top. This one's a winner for any fitness or outdoor pursuit.Perfect for that electrolyte mix to keep you powering on d...

    Reg: $7.99 - $9.99




  • Kookaburra Water Container Tap

    Kookaburra Water Container Tap

    Kookaburra Tap For Cube Water Drum. On/off tap suitable for plastic drums.

    Reg: $4.99


  • Thermos Intak Stainless Steel Hydration Bottle

    Thermos Intak Stainless Steel Hydration Bottle

    This Thermos Intak 770ml stainless steel insulated water bottle keeps beverages cold for 12 hours. Ideally used for camping / hiking / outdoors use or just as comfortable sitting in the car all day in the middle of summer to ensure you still have cold drinking water at the end of the day....

    Reg: $39.99


  • adidas 750 mL 3 Stripe Performance Bottle

    adidas 750 mL 3 Stripe Performance Bottle

    Dishwasher-safe and BPA-free, this water bottle keeps you well hydrated as you train. The convenient notch makes it easy to quench your thirst in mid-stride....

    Reg: $10.00


  •   Fluid Freeride 1.5 L Cycle Hydro Pack

    Fluid Freeride 1.5 L Cycle Hydro Pack

    This great little hydration pack is packed full of features. It comes with a 1.5L bladder, an integrated rear light for safety, rip-stop fabric and 3D mesh back and straps. The pack is great for riding on the trails and for commuting. With its small size, this pack is really easy to use while riding...

    Reg: $49.99

    CLUB: $19.99



  •   Fluid Freeride 2 L Cycle Hydro Pack

    Fluid Freeride 2 L Cycle Hydro Pack

    In our opinion, this is the best value cycling Hydration pack on the market. With loads of features, the 2L fluid Freeride Hydration pack does it all. It includes an integrated rear light for safety, a built in helmet carrier, a rain cover and 3D mesh back and straps for comfort. This pack is perfec...

    Reg: $69.99

    CLUB: $24.99


  • Explore Inline Nano Water Filter

    Explore Inline Nano Water Filter

    This water filter is ideal for caravans, camper trailers and boats, reducing dirt, rust and algae as well as removing chemical tastes and odours from drinking water....

    Reg: $34.99


  • adidas 750 mL Performance Drink Bottle

    adidas 750 mL Performance Drink Bottle

    Dishwasher-safe and BPA-free, this water bottle keeps you well hydrated as you train. The convenient notch makes it easy to quench your thirst in mid-stride....

    Reg: $9.99


  •   Bushtracks 22L Dual Lid Water Jerry Can

    Bushtracks 22L Dual Lid Water Jerry Can

    Going away for a camping trip and fear you will run out of ample drinking water? Well, come prepared and stock up your much needed water supply using this generous portioned Bush tracks 22L Dual Lid Water Jerry Can! Its 22 litre capacity is more than enough for your weekend trip outdoors. It is made...

    Reg: $44.99

    CLUB: $34.39


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What are the Benefits of a Hydration Pack

Hydration pack have many benefits including:

Convenience: No need to stop or even slow down for a drink just put your mouth over the mouthpiece and drink whilst on the go!

Efficiency & performance: Hydration packs tend to carry more liquid than traditional water bottles thus keeping you moving and hydrated for longer. People also tend to drink more with hydration packs given the how quick and easy it is and remain more hydrated which means they perform better.

Cool Factor: Let’s face it, hydration pack are cool enabling you to focus on the activity and hydrate hands free – you will also be able to lovingly mock your bottle-lugging mates for being antiquated.

How to Choose a Hydration Pack

Choose based on activity:

 

  • Day hikers, backpackers, climbers: Reservoir storage only (2-3 Litres).
  • Trail runners, racers, fitness walkers: Waist pack or small 1 Litre hydration pack.
  • Road cyclist focussed on maximising speed: Small pack, traditional water bottle.
  • Recreational cyclists: Small aerodynamic pack with 1-2 Litre reservoir and minimal cargo space.
  • Touring cyclists: Small to Medium pack with larger 2-3 Litre reservoir.
  • Mountain bikers: Large pack with 2-3 Litre reservoir and ample cargo space.
  • Skiers, Snowboarders: Small to medium pack with 2 Litre reservoir and preferably insulation sip tubes to avoid freezing.

 

Some other considerations:

Bigger isn’t necessarily better: Yes, you can fit more in but it is less aerodynamic and will not be as stable on your back. A waist belt may help to stabilise a back pack when carrying a larger load.

Bite Valves: Bit valve are where you drink from and are the area most prone to leaks. Choosing one with an on/off switch will ensure minimum leakage. Note that as bit valves are the most used part of the hydration pack that may need replacing once or twice in the life of the hydration system.

Purchasing a Water Bottle at Anaconda

Anaconda stock a great range of water bottles for every activity from great brands including CamelBak, Denali, Spinifex, Nike, Adidas, LifeStraw Go, Gerber and Bushtracks.

Buying a reusable water bottle is a great way to going green and is a no-brainer, yet consumption data shows that many still purchase plastic water bottles from Supermarkets and outlets.

Recent figures show that approximately 27% of Australians still purchase and drink bottled water in any given 7 day period and this has been increasing. Help get this particular stat down and buy a reusable water bottle as soon as possible. Let’s all aim to fill bottles rather than landfills...

What key Attributes Should I Consider When Purchasing a Water Bottle?

Volume: How much liquid does it carry?

Suitability for activity: Is it appropriate for the activity I am doing? For example is it light and insulated, large enough, easy to carry?

Durability: Will it cope with being dropped or used as you plan to use it?

Ease of Use: For example straws allow for sipping without tipping, smaller openings minimize potential spillage whilst larger openings accommodate ice and are more convenient to clean.

Versatility: What types of liquids can you carry in it? Is it multipurpose?

Things to Consider When Purchasing Water Purification Tools

The truth is that the method of water purification treatment employed depends on the location and nature of your chosen adventure/activity.

Here are some important factors to consider when choosing a water purification and treatment method:

Purifiers v Filters: Gain knowledge about the sort of things you are trying to avoid in the water in the location you are camping, hiking etc...

Types of water filters and water purifiers: Different water treatment techniques vary in weight, time to treat, and effort required. Make sure that you choose a type that will suit you.

The role of a pre-filter: If the water source is going to be murky with large debris it is worth choosing a water treatment with a pre-filter.

Know water treatment best practices: It is important to learn basic hygiene and usage guideline for water treatment before attempting to purify water – knowledge is important to ensure that you use the chosen device properly.

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