5.11 H20 - Mochila de senderismo, color negro
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- Sistema de fijación Slickstick molle
- Alto impacto clip de cierre
- Snaps Prym
- Nylon 500D
- Medición de 7 1/2 "h, 4 1/8" de diámetro
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Slickstick molle attachment system;High impact locking clip;Prym Snaps;500D nylon;Measuring 7 1/2 H, 4 1/8 diameter
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I can use it for my entire kitchen cook kit with imusa cup and alcohol stove and fuel. It is very secure on two firm (not limp) straps that are provided with the product, both with snaps. They go through my PALS/Molle straps on the bag well, and securely by weaving them in and out of the straps. So, unlike some other bottle holders, you need not buy Blackhawks or Maxpedition Tac Ties to go with this back--it already comes with the two firm straps that will clip onto your backpack's Molle and Pal system already. That's a nice cost savings.
I love the clip on the top hood, but it also has a large velcro closure, right under the black plastic clip...so you really can use the velcro only for easy access. It's very secure.
Couple points: it has molle straps on the outside of it, which is fine for placing other objects like a knife holster, flashlight holster, etc. BUT, it is less structured than a Maxpedition bottle holder, so you'd really need something in there (a water bottle, for example) to prevent it from getting tippy and floppy with the weight of the knife, if you get what I'm saying. I like the reduced structure of the holder, though in general, as it's great for form fitting many things, like a cup with a handle fits in there nicely (but likely wouldn;t fit in a rigid bottle holder).
The only true negative that I see about this holder is the top flap leaves a little space along the top of the bottle holder itself--a tiny gap on each side even when closed--that might allow desert windstorm sand, rain, etc. into the holder. If one had small items in this bottle holder (e.g. free bullets, candy or such), and tipped the bag, they may come out the edge where the top meets the body. 5.11 really should cut the top of the holder on the sides more generously so they will overlap better with the flip top.
Recommended. I bought one, then liked it so much, I bought another. As of this writing, the Maxpedition water bottle holder is literally 60% more expensive than the 5.11, so I doubt I would have bought two of those based on price alone.
Firstly, the nylon case shipped is of a thinner material than before. The 5.11 website advertises the carrier as "N500D" nylon. Amazon's page states this product as "1D" nylon. The new Carrier's cardboard attachment seemed legit and stating the product to be "500D nylon." It does carries the 5.11 logo, but there is clearly a loss in the quality of the nylon in these new carriers.
Secondly, the molle-snaps on the slide-sticks for the original closed flush onto the bottom edge of the Carrier and were solid buttons. Now the molle-slidesticks are to be attached to "flaps" on the bottom edge of the Carrier rather than directly to the nylon. It is NOT POSSIBLE to mount the Carrier without the tops of the sticks protruding . . . unless you bend the slide-sticks over at their bottoms (even in the packaging the slide-sticks are snapped and are protruding at the top). Bending the slide-sticks causes failure-to-stay-buttoned risk.
My original 5.11 H20 Carrier is worthy of five stars. This change in design is for the worse. Perhaps this is a knock-off? Either way, I am returning these and making another choice (Camelbak).
The only gotcha is that the way the straps are configured at the end, near the buckles, will leave some give/slop at the bottom. May or may not be an issue. Like the OneTigris drawstring pouch, there is a 2 molle strap area that would allow you to configure this for wearing on a service belt. Very nice. A narrow thermos bottle doesn't quite allow the top to come down around it cleanly, so short and squat works well for this pouch.