Platypus Platy Water Tank

Platypus Platy Water Tank
Platypus Platy Water Tank
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Platy Water Tank by Platypus
Lugging a wooden barrel around base camp isn't ideal, although it would add a certain rustic element to the water-holding process. However, we don't need to do that since we live in the 21st century, and the Platypus Platy Water Tank exists, which is infinitely easier to fill, carry, and pour water with when in the outdoors. Plus, instead of splinters and the taste of wood, the Platypus Tank offers a sturdy carry handle, simple-close Big Zip opening, and a gusseted bottom for upright filling.

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SKU: CAS0454
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