Portable Water Systems

Happy Joe

Apprentice Geezer
I use 10 and 20 liter Scepter cans and 10 liter wine tins, may pressurize one of the 10 liter Scepters.
Got a corny keg but it doesn't pack as well.

Enjoy!
 

Corey

OverCamping Specialist
2 or 3 of the 7 gallon Reliance aquatainers.
Me too, but just one of them.
I use to use a water bottle for the machines with the battery pump like posted above, but I read that water out in sun light with those clear bottles can degrade???

I also carry a Rotopax for drinking water for backup.

 

robgendreau

Explorer
We once had those Reliance containers and they were crap. Some wore holes in the bottom. And leaked from the top vents if knocked over, or just when the sides were squeezed by other gear. So, after wasted money we finally got smart and got LCI/Scepter jugs, and they are SOOO nice. We mod'd a couple for air pressure pumping, but mostly just use gravity. We have corny kegs as well, but the rectangular fit of the LCI's seems to fit where we want them better.

We've also started using a couple of 4 liter baritainer jugs for easily accessible water; they're square and pack easy.
 

perterra

Adventurer
We once had those Reliance containers and they were crap. Some wore holes in the bottom. And leaked from the top vents if knocked over, or just when the sides were squeezed by other gear. So, after wasted money we finally got smart and got LCI/Scepter jugs, and they are SOOO nice. We mod'd a couple for air pressure pumping, but mostly just use gravity. We have corny kegs as well, but the rectangular fit of the LCI's seems to fit where we want them better.

We've also started using a couple of 4 liter baritainer jugs for easily accessible water; they're square and pack easy.
So far 10 years with no issues
 

downhill

Adventurer
I've been using the 4 gallon reliance jugs for 8-9 years. The only problem I have had is that bears like to play with them. I've had a few punctured by their teeth.
 
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