Heres a little 'ible on how to make a Duct Tape Hydration pack on the cheap instead of going and buying a camleback which usually cost upwards of 100 dollars.

Step 1: Materials!

You'll need a roll of duct tape (Duhh!!!)
and you'll need a water bladder, hose, and nozzle from a camleback.  Now i'm using parts from an old hydration pack, but you can buy your parts online.  They may cost a fair amount, but trust me, its all much cheaper than buying an actual camleback.
Heres a really cheap bladder online that i found - http://www.rei.com/product/767109
Cool idea!! Saves a ton of monies
camelbaks do not cost upward of 100 dollars....
This is pretty cool, but the problem is that this will cost around $40 in materials, when the other day I saw a camelback knockoff for $25 at a sporting goods store.
True. I only made this one because i had an old one that had been worn down, and when i got a new one it just sat around. SO. i decided to make something out of the usable parts.
This might be just the ticket for recycling Grandma's old colostomy bags. I really hate to throw them out, but I haven't been able to come up with a good way to reuse them. I'll post my own Instructable once I've done some testing and worked out the details.
ROFL!!!<br> <br> Btw, I once made IV bags using vacuum sealer bags&nbsp;with fish tank tubing and&nbsp;Shoo Goo.&nbsp;It was for a dummy IV practice arm I once made for school, not for any patient(s).<br> <br> So after seeing this, I'm wondering if one were to use a bag wrapped in duct tape (to help make&nbsp;it &quot;secure&quot;) and glue tubing in using something safer than shoo goo.<br> <br> One could probably even link two or more bags into a series of bags (using a sealer) to make a larger one if necessary?<br> <br> Just a thought.<br> <br>
that would definitely work<br>
You can give them to me or sell them for cheap. They are such a rip-off.
Please tell me those aren't used...
ok cool! i look forward to seeing them
wow this could be cool to use for water
why dont you just buy an extra bladder and use a plastic home depot t valve to split your bladders into one tube

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