Nathan QuickDraw Plus Running Water Bottle
Stay refreshed and hydrated with every powerful pace thanks to the Nathan™ QuickDraw Plus running bottle. With a thumb hole for alternative positions and ultra light fabric, carrying comfort and feel comes with every use. The Tru-Flex bottle with a soft-sip nozzle ensures you get your nutrition in a running water bottle that has a large zippered pocket that safely and securely stores keeps your smart phone, keys and money dry.
- Thumb hole for alternative hand positions
- Ultra light fabric for comfort and feel
- Tru-Flex bottle with soft-sip nozzle and super flex resin
- Fully-adjustable hand strap, thumb hole for grip-free running
- Large zippered pocket holds smart phone, keys, money, etc.
- Easy-squeeze LDPE hydration bottle with leak-free Push-Pull cap
- Style: 4834N
Country of Origin: PhilippinesWeb ID: 20257296
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 38 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bruce Wish it was narrower. Great capacity and I really like the zipper pouch for holding keys. My only problem with it is the way it fit in my hand. Anyone with small hands will find it too wide for a comfortable fit. October 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by John Works great - replaces belt with several smaller water bottles. It works great. I've switched from using a belt with several smaller water bottles, and I like carrying the bottle in my hand better. It's easier to access than water bottles on the back of a belt. This bottle holds about the same amount of water as 2-3 smaller bottles that go on a belt. The hand grip with thumb hole makes holding the bottle very comfortable. It may seem a little heavy at first when full, but you can alternate hands as you run, and it gets lighter as you drink. The zippered pocket is large enough to hold energy gel, keys, ID, etc. Well worth the price. October 1, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Angela Worked for me and my half marathon This water bottle held just the right amount of bottle. It was easy to drink from as I ran. The enclosure held a piece of gum, a package of sports beans and my inhaler. Definitely worth buying October 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by JimMac Great bottle for 10K plus and longer trail runs I bought this for its design and fluid capacity. The hand strap is easily adjustable, secures quickly, and can be conveniently moved from one hand to the other while running. The pocket is perfect for keys, gels, id, cards, or other small items. I have used it in several races with satisfaction. August 26, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by no nice but expensive Decent bottle. Easily fit a few gu packets in the zipper portion. A larger phone won't fit. It doesnt feel right when running with your thumb inserted into thumb hole. But it feels fine it you tilt the bottle and put you index finger through the thumb hole. The tension strap doesnt stay tight but not an issue with me, I have larger hands March 19, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by lollygab Don't waste your money I was looking for something to go on short runs with me. This product was okay at first, but it became quite uncomfortable to hold. To tighten the product to stay on my hand was too tight and it would loosen as I ran. It also made my whole hand very sweaty. I would much rather just hold a plain water bottle. I thought the price of this product was a bit much also (the cashier couldn't believe the price either) but I was really hoping for better results, I won't be using it again on my runs. October 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Stu Simple product that works. Easy to carry. Pouch holds everything you need. Lid seals tight so no leaks. July 28, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by tito many usage i like the different uses. mainly bought it for other beverage holder and to tie it to a kayak. July 1, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Gwen0509 Love it!!! Worked great for my half;) Love the way it fits to your hand while running!!!! May 21, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Beth Overpriced This water bottle does its job but for the price I had expected better. It sweats, which makes for a wet hand. And it could have been bigger. I only bought it because it was the only one they had. May 5, 2015