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Kermit Water Bladder
3 Liter K3000
208 grams

The Kermit K3000 is a high quality water bladder with a 3 liter capacity for holding water. It is made from non toxic BPA FREE FDA approved TPU so is safe to drink from. It is made using two layers of this fabric each layer 0.3 mm thin. These dual layers safeguard the contents of your pack from getting soaked as a result of a burst hydration bladder.

These 3L hydration bladders have a wide fill mouth which is protection with a rubber seal to prevent water leakage. The cap is attached to the bag so you don’t have to worry about dropping it on the dirty ground while filling.

Wide fill mouth of hydration bladder

The bite valve on these amazing 3L water bladders is covered with a cap which is connected to the water hose. This cover keeps the bite valve clean, nothing worse than have a sip of water mixed up with sand or dirt. To get water out of the unit simply bite down gently on the valve and suck. Water will only exit the valve if the the valve is opened in this way.

Bite valve cap on Kermit Water Bladder 3 Liter K3000

Unlike some hydration bladders available in the market the Kermit K3000’s drink tube screws into the water bladder. This method of connection stops the hose from getting pulled out and leaking should the hose be pulled to far while drinking. The top of the screw has a rubber grommet to further make the connection water tight.

Water tight seal at hose end of hydration bladder

Kermit Water Bladder 3 Liter Specifications

  • Material: Non-toxic, BPA FREE and FDA Approved TPU.
  • Capacity: 3 Liter.
  • Tube size: 100 x 1 cm.
  • Bladder size: 520 x 188 cm.
  • Thickness: 0.3 + 0.3 mm (dual layer).
  • Temperature range: -20 ~ 50 degrees °C.
  • Weight 208 grams.
  • Model: Kermit K3000.

*** For use with water only. Using any other liquids could damage the reservoir ***

Wash 3L Hydration Bladder Before Use

Before using this water bladder it is important to wash it first. This will remove any residual smells from production.

  1. Soak for one hour in warm salt water with water temperature between 30 to 40 degrees.
  2. Clean with mild detergent and rinse reservoir thoroughly.
  3. Ensure the hydration bladder is complete dry before storing it away. This is to prevent mold build up.


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