• Weight 174 grams
  • Capacity 750 ml
  • Diameter 75 mm
  • Cost $29.99

Camelbak Eddy+ .75L Water Bottle



Rating: 8.8 / 10
Value for Money 1.7 / 2
Ease of Use 1.8 / 2
Weight 1.7 / 2
Durability 1.8 / 2
Size 1.8 / 2

Camelbak Eddy+ .75L Water Bottle Review

We own a number of water bottles but rarely use them for hiking limiting their use to short day hikes and gym and general use. There are literally dozens of readily available brands and models available on the market so deciding which one to use is very much a personal choice.

Even though we own several water bottles between us we received two bonus Camelbak Eddy+ .75 litre water bottles as part of a large gear rekit. We didn’t think we needed them but we are glad we have them. First up, these are a narrow profile water bottle that is also slightly taller than other water bottles. In all honesty I didn’t think about this until I used the bottle. While I can reach a water bottle located in the side pockets of my pack, I have a lack of flexibility and I can’t get the broader shorter 1 litre bottles back in without taking off my pack. The thinner, taller bottles are much easier to restow.

The thing I really like about this bottle is the internal straw that is attached to the bottle lid. This allows you to drink without tipping the bottle which means there is less likelihood of pouring water on yourself and if you are driving, it means you don’t take your eyes off the road. The bite valve is comfortable to use and when not in use, folds flat. This water bottle is also now available in a range of colours to suit your stylistic needs.

There are a couple of negatives with this bottle and the first is something that will impact on anyone driving up a decent-sized mountain. We learnt early on that if the bottle is full and we drive up a tall mountain, the pressure builds up in the bottle and when you open it to drink, it will dribble out. So long as you keep this in mind and make sure the bottle isn’t full you want have an issue.

The other negative is that we both use these bottles on a daily basis and we do get a bit of mould build up in the bottle so we have to pull everything apart and clean them thoroughly every 10 days or so. Most of the bottle will clean up well in the dishwasher but you will need to dismantle and clean the bite valve manually.

While there are cheaper bottles available on the market, it’s hard to go past this option for almost any hike. having said that I’m a water bladder user so tend to use these bottle in day to day life and in particular when I’m driving as I don’t have to take my eyes off the road top use them. We have love these so much we now own 3 each!

We Like

  • The diameter on this bottle is narrower than many hiking bottles which makes it easier to remove and restow in the side pockets of your pack
  • You don’t need to tip up the bottle to drink which is great if you are driving
  • Very robust and durable
  • Good range of colours

We Don't Like

  • If traveling up a mountain in a car when the bottle is full, the drop in pressure can cause the bottle to leak water
  • You will need to clean the bottle and all parts thoroughly every few weeks if using this bottle on a daily basis because it can grow mould particularly in the mouthpiece

Best Uses

This is a great bottle for general daily use as well as for hiking

Buy One

You can purchase the Camelbak Eddy+ .75L Water Bottle from Snowys or from Wildfire Sports or from Wild Earth

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AUD $29.99 RRP

Eddy+ .75 Litre Water Bottle, green colour

Camelbak Eddy+ .75 liter Water Bottle showing the cap, drinking spout and internal ‘straw’

Top view showing the bite valve folded away

Bite valve unfolded ready to use


This review was done with product purchased by the Australian Hiker from a retail store

Last updated

19 May 2024

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