I think this should come with every Camelbak sold. I use mine on a standard tube and it is great. After reading other reviews of problem s with insulated tubes, I am buying another one and cutting the snaps off. I am then going to attach it to the other one so it will fit around the insulation. Keep on Moosejawin
"get one of these plus a tube trap and you will be SET!!"
I got one of these to use near the bite valve on the tube, and a tube trap 2 bucks! for the lower portion. The system is just so fantastic that I can barely stand it. Sometimes I want to just wear it around the house so I am never more than an inch or so from my favorite drink.
What's there to say about this little guy? Doesn't everyone who buys a water backpack need one? It although a good purchase. Just something I needed. Holds my camel hose in the right spots, good and useful.
I was pretty disappointed in this thing. It was kind of hard to clip to the 1" strappy thing on my pack's shoulder strap. The mouth isn't long enough to actually clip all the way on it either. The whole clip, including the plastic hoop, is pretty lengthy. This made for kind of an awkward fit once the hydration tube was snapped into place. The worst thing was that either the metal snap on the hoop or the metal pincher thing left and orange/brown rust spot on my (new) pack's light grey shoulder strap. I know the thing is eventually going to get dirty, but it seemed pretty lame to me that the Camel Clip, which is designed to be used with something that involves water, would rust in two wee
"Stop thinking about makin water not drip all over your face and make it not drip all over your face!"
Tired of your mouth piece constantly smacking you in the cheek or hanging lower than a drinkable hose should be 'wink, wink'? Then welcome to the wonderful world of the Camelclip. Your hose and more importantly your mouthpiece remain right where you want them...in your mouth. Stop thinking about buying it and buy it, suck it up