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GSI Outdoors Cistern Water Carrier - 10L


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Great for trips into the searing desert, weekends at state parks, and wilderness adventures, the GSI Outdoors Cistern 10L Water Carrier boasts an impressive 10- liter/2.6-gallon capacity for staying hydrated when water is far off, non-existent, or likely to harbor parasites. Food-grade polyethylene construction won't leach harmful chemicals into your pristine H20. The high-flow tap quickly fills water bottles from your vehicle's hatch or campsite picnic table. As a convenient bonus, its collapsible design and integrated handle promote easy packing on your way out.

  • 10 liter/2.6 gallon capacity
  • Food-grade polyethylene construction
  • High-flow tap
  • Integrated handle
  • Collapsible design

Tech Specs

polyethylene, polypropylene, silicone
10 L
10.5 x 16 x 2.5 in
Claimed Weight:
9.6 oz
Recommended Use:
Manufacturer Warranty:

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Pliable Container

    Agree with the other posts, the shape is a bit odd, but it works well! The plastic is light and flexible, expands on the sides when full but flattens when empty. Valve is smooth, and works well when the tank is laying on its side. You can’t beat the price, a great alternative to the disposable plastic just jugs for long car trips and camping adventures.

    Strange shape, but packable

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I'm not convinced this shape is the best, and it doesn't seem nearly as durable as the traditional 5 gallon water carriers everyone uses camping, but I do like how small it packs down. It might be good for a river trip where space is at a premium and you need to filter river water for drinking.

    strange design

      It's great that it collapses to it's narrow shape when empty. Otherwise, this design has me confused. As you fill with water the middle rectangle sections push out, but it doesn't create a stable platform to stay upright, so it's bound to fall over. You are better off leaving it on it's side. I imagine it will have a tendency to fall over and the spout will constantly end up in the dirt.

      The price is great, and it get's the job done, so I will keep it and give it a try.

      Perfect For Neat Freaks

        When you have used all the water, it rolls up for easy storage in a bin or cabinet, great and functional idea.