Dometic Go Hydration Water Jug and Faucet


The Dometic Go Hyrdation water jug and dispensor is a great solution to a common camping and overlanding problem: how to easily transport safe drinking water both in the car and around camp. Made of durable and safe plastic, it holds a perfect 11L of water in a squarish cube that includes tie down spots for securing in vehicle and webbed handles for easy carrying. Add the USB rechargeable faucet and you get easily controlled water dispensing at the touch of a button.

  • Maximizing Volume Capacity: While most water containers hold up to 10 liters, ours pushes the limit to 11 liters.
  • Versatile Dispensing Choices: We’ve integrated numerous dispensing options, featuring dual openings for effortless filling, dispensing, and cleaning.
  • Convenient Portability: Designed for easy transport from your vehicle to the campsite, it conveniently fits in the space behind your vehicle’s wheel well.
  • Enhanced Carrying Comfort: Equipped with comfortable, detachable webbed carry handles and integrated tiedown guides, making it a breeze to transport.
  • Accessory-Ready: It comes complete with a spigot and quick-connect fitting for hassle-free accessory attachment.
  • Food-Grade Safety: Crafted from BPA-free, food-grade LDPE material, ensuring the utmost safety for your liquids.
  • Hydration Faucet Compatibility: Compatible with the Hydration Water Faucet for added convenience.

Having water with you in the backcountry can save lives so make sure you choose a good water jug solution!

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