Geigerrig Guardian Review, Pros and Cons

Geigerrig Guardian is rated 4.08 based on 25 reviews


Feature Summary


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Geigerrig Pressurized Hydration Pack - Guardian Tactical
  • Sprays, Filter Ready, 2 Liter (70 oz.) Hydration Engine, Reversable Dishwasher Safe Reservoir
  • Internal guardian back plate with internal hydration sleeve. Shoulder straps stowable in back panel of pack.
  • External, exposed Guardian faceplate with buckled compression straps. Peripheral D Rings and molle for attaching pack to other packs and equipment.
  • Low profile, high pressure spray, adding impact absorbing protection during sport and activity.
  • Pack. 17.9" H X 9", 3.4 lbs. Reservoir. 11"H X 7"W. Customer Serv. Email [email protected]


Reviews Summary


Here’s what the reviewers think about the Geigerrig Guardian:

Reviewers like these things about the Geigerrig Guardian

  • Users have noted that the Geigerrig Guardian sandwiches the hydration bladder between two plastic panels that tighten down by way of compression straps running through the pack.
  • Many of the reviewers indicated that the bag.
  • Several users felt that it keeps the water at a higher pressure for a steady, powerful stream.
  • Reviewers thought that it makes the overall package more compact.
  • Other reviewers said that the system allows the user to wear the pack under or over body armor, under a ski jacket or even under a bike jersey.
  • Users noted that it promises to be a little less noticeable.
  • Other users praised its double-plated pack with water cushion in between that serves as a sort of body armor of its own.
  • Users said that the rear – beneath which sits the bladder – features a high-density plastic plate, held on by two clip straps, that gives the pack its military-grade appearance.
  • They also said that the pack has a proper plug-and-play system that’s easy to fill and connect to the tubes required for both pressure and water delivery.
  • Testers also noted that it has a magnetic button which clips the hydration delivery tube to the webbing.
  • Users recommend the backpack for distance running.

Reviewers don’t like these things

  • A reviewer thought that the bag is heavy for a start.
  • Another reviewer noticed that it does not have a single pocket, gap or strap in which, or to which, a gel, bar or any other nicety of distance running could be fixed.

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