Platypus Drink Tube and Bite Valve Insulator

SKU: PPSTI MFR: 07042

Your Price:

$19.95

Product Highlights:

  • Keep drinks cool in summer
  • Prevent freeze-up
  • Weighs 0.15 lbs.
  • Easy to carry
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About Platypus Drink Tube and Bite Valve Insulator

Platypus Drink Tube and Bite Valve Insulator
The Platypus Drink Tube and Bite Valve Insulator is compatible with the hydration system. The valve prevents freeze-up in cold weather. It also keeps drinks cool in summer. The valve is easy to carry and very lightweight. This hose insulation helps to avoid that freeze-up. Due to its features it is easy to have your drink in both cold and hot condition. It is an ideal valve during ice skiing, hiking or trekking. It weighs 0.15 lb. with the packaging. The valve is easy to use and durable .The mouth of the tube fits any bottle and has got a strap for attaching to your pack. The Platypus Drink Tube and Bite Valve Insulator is a must have one thing for outdoor use.

This product can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.

Platypus Drink Tube and Bite Valve Insulator Features

  • Add to any existing Platypus hydration system to fend-off freeze-up in cold weather or to keep drinks cool in summer.
  • Prevents freezing in cold weather
  • Keeps water cool in hot temperatures
  • Bite valve cover features a rip-and-stick? strap for attaching to your pack
  • Keeps liquids cool or warm

Platypus Drink Tube and Bite Valve Insulator Specifications

Best use
Multisport
Dimensions
41 in
Material(s)
PVC nitrile foam/thermoplastic urethane
Weight
3.25 oz
Origin
USA
Mfr #
SKU
PPSTI
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Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
WILLIAM C  I find a cold or cool drink refreshing on a hot hike, and I don't like it when that first gulp is as hot as the outside temp. The Platypus insulator solves that problem completely. Mmm.
Matt W  will this work on there 90* shut off valve?
D G  The bite valve cover works well. The insulation tube works but you have to take the valve off to get it on. It helped to have two of us working on it. Oh, one more observation: the insulation tube is very thick and the rubber may have kinks in it from being in the package. good luck! dgg
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