Edit/Approval: OR - Camelbak Unbottle 70 oz - Sophie P
- Hello Sophie,
Thank you for your Owner Review, you did a nice job. Your initial edits will follow. They will take the following format;
EDIT: must be changed
Edit: should be changed but will be left to your discretion
Comment: just that or something to think about
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Reviews > Hydration Systems > Bladders > CamelBak UnBottle
First of all the name that Camelbak uses is UnBottle (spelling). You may want to change all instances of it to the correct form.
Also I believe that even though the manufacturer does not list a weight we are required to still have a, "Listed weight: N/A" or such.
*** The reservoir is similar to normal ones, ie. a thick, rectangular plastic bag
EDIT: The reservoir is similar to normal ones, "i.e." a thick, rectangular plastic bag
***There is a hole drilled through it that sits inline with the tube to allow water flow,
EDIT: for this usage it should be "in line"
***This is useful normally, but vital when I have drunk all of the water out of it, because then there is nothing in there and it is a vacuum, so it is really tough to open it. Sometimes it can take me quite a while to unscrew it, or I even have to get someone to help me.
Comment: you can blow a little air back into the UnBottle to help with this effect
*** Apparently they can also be used to attach the Unbottle to kayak webbing or a pfd.
EDIT: PFD should be in caps, and the rule is to spell it out the first time it is used in a review or report for the benefit of non-boating readers.
***The Unbottle is an well designed, insulated hydration reservoir
EDIT: The UnBottle is "a" well designed, insulated hydration reservoir