TWIST Bottles

Hydration Perfected

TWIST Bottle + Base Systems

The TWIST Bottle + Base System provides you with the complete kit to mount your new Fidlock Hydration system to your desired location. Available in multiple bottle sizes, find your perfect fit using our bottle comparison and fit template page.

Replacement Bottles

Whether you are looking for a spare bottle for mid-race handoffs or replacing a bottle that has reached the end of it's life, we have you covered. Available with and without the magnetic connector these genuine replacements are ready for your next ride.

Bottle Parts and Accessories

Lost a cap on the along the way? Sick of mouthfuls of dust when taking that first sip? Don't trash that bottle just yet, our spare parts will keep you rolling.

Fidlock In The News

Pinkbike

"Most riders will judge Fidlock's twist-action magnetic water bottle mount as a significant improvement over the century-old slide-in bottle design. I used it on two bikes, one with limited clearance, and it was always a pleasure to operate. Aesthetically, Fidlock's system is better looking, and the lack of friction on the bottle keeps it like new. Great solution for any water bottle user - especially for frames with impaired bottle clearance." - Richard Cunningham, Pinkbike

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CyclingTips

"Fidlock has seemingly cracked the code on cageless bottle security, there are the usual advantages to the format in general. For travel bikes, the low-profile base makes it easier to stuff an S&S or Ritchey Breakaway bike into an airline-legal case. And for cyclocross, it means you can have a bottle at the ready for training rides or warm-up laps, but then quickly ditch it without having to worry that an empty cage will snag your jersey. Trail riders on full-suspension bikes with limited clearance may find that the Twist allows them to carry more water than usual, too." - James Huang - Cyclingtips

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Enduro MTB

"The Fidlock-system perfectly combines the advantages of magnetic- and snap-lock systems. Just by placing the bottle close to the frame-mounted bracket, the bottle will basically get sucked in by the holder. A loud clicking noise tells us the bottle is now safely locked in place. The system also seems to withstand rougher terrain and small jumps. The bottle can easily be removed with a twisting motion and put back in place simply by using the bracket’s magnetic attraction, even while riding." - Manne Schmitt, Enduro MTB

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