Was that due to the liquid refreshments that it was trying to simultaneously process?I think I saw that at Interbike, but my brain had trouble processing it.
Should I hit them up for a few evaluation copies? It never hurts to ask.Was that due to the liquid refreshments that it was trying to simultaneously process?
Seriously, though, I wouldn't have understood it without the animation. Think I'll try one out. I might add some to my Christmas list for the in-laws. If I get one, I'll write up a review.
I'm glad I'm not the only one. For the life of me I couldn't figure out what the hell this product was at first. But it seems like a pretty good idea, if you use gels.I had to watch the Graphic a dozen times before I got it. Seems like if you use gels that's the direction to go.
Cool, man (about the email, that is)!I sent them an email. And no, I didn't even drink at this year's show. At least, not that I recall.
The main advantages I see are as follows:I think its one of those things that isn't absolutely necessary, but could be very handy. Especially for someone that isn't comfortable grabbing gel from their pockets, opening it, and consuming it while riding at the same time.
Hadn't thought of that, and it is a very good point. I have done a couple of Crits and this bottle would have been nice to have for a little extra boost, while only needing to reach for the water bottle....Also, in some paceline situations where the group is going really hard, it would be much easier (and safer) to have your gel in such easy reach, rather than getting a packet out or flask out of your rear jersey pocket, opening it, eating it, and putting the trash or flask back in your pocket.