Reviewed by 173494 from Arizona on Wednesday, April 10, 2013
I spend a lot of weekends in the Grand Canyon. You don't typically see bears there. And you don't see rodents either. But you hear them. At night. When they invade the plastic grocery bag you forgot to hang up, crinkling around sampling one tiny bite of every Power Bar you brought. Not to ment...
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Reviewed by Barbara from California on Thursday, December 05, 2013
Nothing flashy about this can except it does what it is supposed to and is approved for backcountry use in areas requiring a can. I preferred this model over the larger Garcia and Bear Vault models because it fits much better inside my pack. I would rather not have to strap the can to the outside of my pack. It comes with a nylon case to strap on to the outside of a pack but I doubt it would hold up on a long backpack. The only reason I gave it 4 instead of 5 stars is the minor inconvenience that it doesn't have a button to pop the top open once you set the screws to open. Works well to keep the bears and mice out of your supplies.
Reviewed by Trail Paws from Nor. Cal. on Monday, October 07, 2013
Finally bought one; always borrowed or rented for backcontry backpacking. First used in Yosemite. It is slightly difficult to open the lid only because the locks are tight; I am sure over time the locks will be easier to open. It's nice that it's smaller and weighs less than the Garcia.
Reviewed by 3finnishgirls from Pennsylvania on Wednesday, August 21, 2013
We used this canister for backpacking in Pisgah National Forest. It's easy to use (just bring a coin to open!), and just the right size for 3-4 days for 2 people. It's a little heavy if you plan to cover some distance, but I guess that's better than dealing with mooching bears.