Platypus Shut Off Valve

Platypus Shut Off Valve
Platypus Shut Off Valve
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Shut Off Valve by Platypus
You don't have to be the fix-it type to appreciate what the Platypus Shut Off Valve can do for your leaky hydration tube. Simply swap your defective unit out with this superior valve, which starts and stops the flow of water through your drinking tube with a quick turn. The Shut Off Valve also features a 90-degree angle which makes for more ergonomic sipping while you're in motion.

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SKU: CAS0745
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