Lezyne Hydration bladder Water Carrier

3/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $29.99

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Product Description

The Lezyne Hydration Bladder, included in all hydration pack models, features a high-flow hose and hardware, and a velcro routing strap. Two and three litre models available.

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by xchinvanderlinden a Weekend Warrior

Date Reviewed: June 2, 2011

Strengths:    Easy to clean, has a hole to hang it from, bite valve rotates left or right

Weaknesses:    dark color means i can't see anything growing... that might not be a bad thing

Bottom Line:   
I bought a Deuter bladder from the shop I used to work at, but it turned out to not hold enough water. I guess that's my bad. I've had a few CamelBaks and they're nice, but I swear, the screw top on the bladders is the most difficult to open. Besides, after a bit of use the mouthpiece starts to leak. I've only replaced two of them though.
I got a Lezyne Svelte that came with a 3L bladder. I thought I would probably have to put my CamelBak bladder in it just from looking at it, but after using it for over a year, it only leaked once! That one instance was my fault, since I didn't make sure it was closed all the way. I always expect the mouthpiece to start leaking, but it's still raging strong. I heard from a friend that the bladders have gone through a couple redesigns...

I'd say my favorite part is how easy it is to open/close and that I can turn it inside-out to clean it.

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Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Price Paid:    $29.00

Purchased At:   Lezyne.com

Similar Products Used:   Camel Bak, Deuter

Bike Setup:   TransAM; XT wheels, cranks, brakes, cassette; SLX rear der; XTR shifter; Race Face Bars; Thomson 50mm stem; Bontrager FR3 rear and Michelin WildRock'R front

Overall Rating:1
Value Rating:1
Submitted by mdmtber a Cross Country Rider from San Fernando Valley, California

Date Reviewed: April 3, 2009

Strengths:    Bladder has unique sealing like a super duper ziploc bag that is very durable.

Weaknesses:    The biggest problem is the bit valve. It leaks all over the place and it was so annoying I had to cut my ride short to return it because I ran out of water due t it leaking. I got a cold shower on my right leg to boot. The bite valve is also very sensitive and ony responds to very gentle bites, otherwise it closes off. Horrible product that I'm suprised it made it to production.

Bottom Line:   
Buy a Camelbak. They cost about the same or are cheaper, without all the hassles. If this cost $5 it would be worth another chili but not by much.

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Favorite Trail:   Wilson Canyon

Duration Product Used:   Tested or demo'ed only

Price Paid:    $40.00

Purchased At:   LBS

Similar Products Used:   Camelbak

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This is merely an informational post that I thought might be useful for some folks Since I haven't seen it listed anywhere else. I recently picked up a USWE F4 Pro Hydration pack(uses a hydrapak bladder) and absolutely love it but noticed that I seem to run out of water quicker. It seemed like it ... Read More »

How often do you clean your hydration bladder?

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Help me pick a hydration bladder.

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