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Reliance Products 5 Gallon Poly-Bagged Fold-A-Carrier Collapsible Water Carrier

August 14, 2015 - Comment

Fold-A-Carrier 5 gallon (20 liter) collapsible water container made from food-approved, high-grade polyethylene that remains flexible even in extreme cold. This is the original and still the finest collapsible water carrier available. The spigot design is easy-pour, leak-proof with an on/off feature. The sturdy handle folds down for compact storage. Ideal for

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Fold-A-Carrier 5 gallon (20 liter) collapsible water container made from food-approved, high-grade polyethylene that remains flexible even in extreme cold. This is the original and still the finest collapsible water carrier available. The spigot design is easy-pour, leak-proof with an on/off feature. The sturdy handle folds down for compact storage. Ideal for camping and other outdoor activities.

Product Features

  • Collapsible five-gallon/20 liter water container with sturdy fold-down handle
  • Constructed of BPA-free, food-approved high grade polyethylene
  • Remains flexible even in extreme cold
  • Easy-pour, leak-proof spigot with on/off feature
  • Five-year warranty against manufacturer’s defects
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Comments

Jarrod Plevel says:

Do not purchase this item if you need to rely on this container for water! I recently purchased 5 of these Reliant 5 gallon water containers for a camping trip in the desert. We carried all of our water in these jugs. out of five containers two immediately had leaks. I carried each with one hand on the handle and other below the jug. The containers moved from sink to truck bed and then from truck bed to smooth ground, where they stayed untouched until we left. We had enough water thus we did not use all the containers. By the end of my trip I had only one…

Poly says:

Cheap = leaky I bought 7 of these for Burning Man. I doubted there was a big difference between these and the more expensive ones ($10 vs. $17 or so), so I bought the cheap ones. All but one or two leaked, and nearly cost me $100 of expensive steam-cleaning for the van I returned smelling of mildew. If you weren’t holding water in them for very long, I guess they’d be fine, but they literally leaked so much that water was dripping through the floor of the van – we had them all in garbage bags, and they…

Dr. SRW says:

False advertising Beware! Product not as shown online! I purchased this product to replace one I had that had worn out after many years of use. The online picture matched what I had but the product wasn’t what was pictured! It wasn’t even the same brand! (Different handles, flimsy construction, different spout, etc.) I contacted the seller and they told me to send it back, IF I PAY THE SHIPPING! I decided to keep the item because paying shipping was HALF the COST of THE ITEM!!. I used it on ONE camping trip. It…

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