Reservior 128


Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Reservior 128
Manufacturer Gregory
Page By GreenNerve
Page Type Feb 7, 2003 / Feb 7, 2003
Object ID 664
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Largest capacity reservoir available at 128 ounces - a full gallon - can be filled to varying levels depending on requirements
Roll-down closure for easy filling, cleaning and drying - add ice cubes or mix your favorite liquids
Medical grade polyurethane is taste and odor-free
Reservoir seams dura-welded for strength
Nalgene™ style threaded spout is compatible with MSR, Pur and similar water filters for direct pumping into reservoir
Carry handle for easy filling and transport
On-demand bite valve is easy to use and leak-free
Bottom hang hole for faster drying


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GreenNerve - Feb 7, 2003 5:38 pm - Voted 2/5

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I like the idea of a “hydration system” and the bite valve. But, in practice, this was just an extra leaky bladder – more than most. First time out, the bite valve at the end of the tube got under my pack as I was loading it and poured 2 quarts of slightly sticky liquid into my van.

The threaded cap is a useless feature that adds weight. It is also an area where extra seams have to be sealed. Extra seams mean extra potential for failure. And, that’s just what happened. After about a month, it sprung a leak somewhere around this opening which this time soaked into my pack. Fortunately it was only water this time.

I’m going back to Gatorade or bottled water type bottles for good.

NYC007 - Apr 3, 2003 3:08 pm - Voted 1/5

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Had it and used it once, its very thin and I felt it might pop in my pack. I went w a camel back and I am very happy, so far.... no pops..

The Defiant One - Mar 28, 2005 7:25 pm - Voted 2/5

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I bought this to use in my Palisade and Denali but it leaked (a lot) the second time out. I'm disappointed in Gregory with this product. Gregory makes excellent gear, otherwise, but this bladder, doesn't stack up.

It's great to have a gallon of water in a bladder, but not to have it all over your gear.

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