Hydrapak SkyFlask Water Bottle

Hydrapak SkyFlask Water Bottle

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  • Collapsible water bottle 
  • Lifetime guarantee
  • Features a bite valve
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Pros & Cons

What we like ...
  • Lightweight
  • Relatively affordable
  • Lifetime guarantee
  • Fits in running vests or pack pockets
What needs improvement ...
  • Hand wash only
  • Customers complain about the strap
  • Users complained of a plastic taste

Product Summary

The Hydrapak SkyFlask water bottle is a collapsible water bottle that holds 500 millimeters for your runs and hikes. Hydrapak shares that this bottle can either be used as a handheld or with running vests and pack pockets.

The bottle features an adjustable strap to make the water bottle easier to hold while running. The bite valve will auto-seal after every sip, so your water doesn’t leak during your run. Hydrapak is very confident in their water bottle and provides a lifetime guarantee for any manufacturing defects.

The Hydrapak had very consistent reviews with users saying the water bottle was good, but not great. People complained that the adjustable strap did not stay adjusted throughout their runs, forcing them to constantly readjust or grip the water bottle. They also complained that as you drink your water, the bottle loses shape and causes the strap to loosen. Customers also complained of their water having a plastic taste. Users did like the packability of the water bottle and the bite valve opening that prevented leaks.



500 ml


Malibu blue


3.1” H x 7.8” H


2.01 ounces

Dishwasher safe

No, hand wash only

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      Users preferred using the HydraPak SkyFlash water bottle with a vest or by packing it away. They found it difficult to use during runs because the strap would repeatedly come loose.