Wide necked collapsible water carrier?

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  1. Debs

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    can anyone recommend one please? I have googled but struggling to find anything suitable

    Needs to be collapsible

    Need to be able to get a whale pump into it

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    Hi Debs that sounds like a description of me :)
     
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    A camping bucket would fit that description............ :whistle2:
     
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    Too much spillage likely:LOL: but poss ok as a fall back

    @Steve N Tracy
    That looks like it would do nicely thanks, much appreciated(y)
     
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    at only 16lts you may as well just pour it in...

    or have I missed something ?
     
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    Dunno Jim, I was asking on behalf of someone, I think the filler is a bit awkward.
     
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    We have used for about a year without any issues, always carry it by the strap.
     
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    Netspower Portable Outdoor Camping Collapsible Folding Water Container Bucket PVC Transparent Water Bucket/Automotive bucket/Fishing barrels/Emergency bucket/Washing bucket 20L for Car Washing Camping Fishing Picnic Vacation

    I bought 2 of these last year - very good!! around £8 each :)

     
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    Thanks @Teuchter , how wide is the neck though? Would a whale pump fit through it please?
     
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    I have one of these. It's made of a very flimsy plastic, making it difficult to fill unless a hose is used.The strap distorts the container when you pick it up to carry it. It does the job, but if you could fit in a small wide necked rigid plastic water container, that would be better. It all depends on the amount of space you have available

    Cheers

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    Thanks, I'll pass that on but storage is an issue.
     
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    Just been to the MoHo and measuered it - the neck diameter is 4 cm so touch n go for whale submersible I would think (I can't remember the diameter of the whale pump)
     
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    Thanks, really kind of you to check for me.
     
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    That is a bit tight but should fit....


    .......if you get up enough speed! ;)

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    Hmm.....and then it's got to come out again:rolleyes: but I'll pass it on cheers:)
     
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    The filler hole is about 100mm or 4 inches if like me you prefer real measurements lol , I just suspend it by the strap to fill, never noticed that it distorts to much, and then sit it on the ground to drop my pump in and fill.
     
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