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Katadyn Quick Fill Hydration Adapter Water Filter Accessory Item # KAT8014399
$7.95
$7.95

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The Katadyn Quick Fill Hydration Adapter allows your Katadyn microfilter to quickly and efficiently refill hydration packs and bottles. The Quick Fill Hydration Adapter is compatible with all Katadyn water filter output hoses.
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Use the Katadyn Quick Fill Hydration Adapter to allow your Katadyn microfilter to quickly and efficiently refill hydration packs and bottles. The Quick Fill Hydration Adapter is compatible with all Katadyn water filter output hoses and conveniently allows you to fill or top off your water supply without the hassle of having to remove or open up your hydration reservoir.

  • Fits all Katadyn water filter output hoses.
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3 Item(s)

Likes: Only needed the female end to attach to my CamelBak bladder.
Now I have a spare male/female set for other uses.
Nice price compared to many others I looked at

Dislikes: nothing!

Reviewed by Michael F. - April 1, 2014

Likes: OK deal for CPC (Colder Products) adapters for 1/4" tubing. Works with other CPC adapters found on most hydration bladder systems.

Dislikes: None of the adapters has a valve, especially the female adapter--so after filling your hydration bladder, you have to be careful not to spurt all of the water back out (due to pressure from the pack). Only works on 1/4" ID tubing.

Reviewed by Jeremy H. - May 1, 2012

Likes: The universal nature of this adapter; it works with both Camelbak and Platypus hoses that I connect to a Katadyn filter. The whole system is extremely simple to use in the field.

Dislikes: It would be better for me if I could buy half the set at a time. I have lots of male ends left over from the different hoses I have and really don't need the spares (actually it may be the other way around but you get the idea)

Reviewed by Terry L. - February 5, 2010