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Hammer Nutrition Endurolytes Powder, 75 serving

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  • Full-spectrum electrolyte replacement drink mix
  • Superior cramp prevention
  • Gluten-Free and Vegan Friendly
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Product Description

Hammer Nutrition Endurolytes Powder helps prevent cramping, spasms and other heat related issues.
  • Superior cramp prevention
  • Gluten-Free and Vegan Friendly
  • Full-spectrum electrolyte replacement drink mix
Item Specifications
Unit of Sale150 Servings
FlavorNone
TypeDrink Mix
UseDuring

Important Information

Directions
Mix 1-3 scoops per hour in water or beverage during prolonged exercise.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 3 x 3 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001AX8JF4
  • Item model number: Endurolyte Powder
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #152,098 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

There are no fillers, no sugars, and no additives.
Sean Azlin
This only makes 150 servings if you use 1 scoop of powder, but the recommended serving is 1-3 scoops per bottle of water, and 1 scoop provides hardly any electrolytes.
L. Lind
No matter how little mix I put into my water bottle (48oz) it would not dissolve even after vigorous shaking over several minutes, and was like drinking watery grit!
Roxy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By S. Louie on October 7, 2010
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This used to be a great product. The old formula was a white crystaline powder that dissolved easily and completely and had NO taste or aftertaste. I never cramped with the old formula. This new formula is sand-colored, gritty like sand, and does not dissolve. There is always a fair amount of undissolved granules at the bottom of my jug. There is now a horrible taste from the powder that gets overwhelming when you get near the bottom with all the undissolved granules. I now get cramps even after using more scoops than the old formula. In simple terms, Hammer Nutrition F'd up royally by changing the formula. I would give this product a zero if the rating allowed. Buy something else.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Sean Azlin on July 20, 2009
I was waking up to severe cramping about once a week for a month or two before I started taking Endurolytes. I had to take action after having severe cramping two nights in a row - once in my right hamstring and again in my right calf. Both cramps lead to muscle pulls that lingered for about a week. I also had chronic cramping in my right foot when I curled my middle toes... I'm young and healthy, so what's the deal!?

I did some research online and read that electrolyte imbalances could consistenly cause my symptoms. I started scouring the Web for a cheap and straight-forward source of electrolytes. It was actually tough to fine... most sources were sport drinks that were full of sugar and had incomplete electrolyte profiles (sodium and potassium alone are not ideal).

Eventually I found "Endurolytes". It's perfect... it's literally nothing but well-balanced salts, which is all electrolytes are, really. There are no fillers, no sugars, and no additives. A serving is literally thimble-sized and can be added to any drink, protein shake, or whatever.

I take one serving before bed with water or a protein shake and, wouldn't you know it... I haven't had cramping since! The problem disappeared overnight, and hasn't come back in 2 months. It's funny how something as simple as a thimble of salts can make all the difference.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Lucius Ginsberg on September 28, 2009
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It's not a wonder supplement that will keep you from becoming tired, but it does seem to do a good job fighting dehydration and cramps. I certainly prefer it over sports drinks and it's cheaper.

150 servings is slightly misleading. 1 scoop = 1 serving, but there's no recommendations for how much water you should actually mix with 1 scoop. I find 2 scoops to 1 liter is pretty effective. Have not tried putting three scoops in a liter yet, but will probably give it a go next time. With 2 scoops in 1 liter of water you get a slightly salty taste that is barely noticeable and not a deterrent at all when you're exercising and thirsty.

I'm happy with the performance of this product.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By EricW on April 3, 2013
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I have the unfortunate experience of owning 2 bottles of this crap. The first bottle I purchased wouldn't mix in. I thought perhaps the lid had been loose and moisture ruined it. As I got near the end of the jar, I bought another. This one also will not mix in.

Try as you might, you can not get the powder to mix in. The customer service person, KC, suggests you purchase their other products to mix it in with and even stated I should just use one of their other products:
"One suggestion we have is to mix the Endurolytes with something like HEED or Perpetuem and give the water bottle a good shake each time you want to drink from it. You can use the Endurolytes FIZZ or Endurolytes Capsules too. They tend to be easier to take."

So, they know their product won't mix. They tell you to either buy a different product to use it with [I won't spend any more money with them, and I am trying to save you from wasting any here either] or to use a completely different product [this is my plan - different product and different manufacturer]

SAVE TIME AND MONEY. DON'T BUY THIS STUFF.

Please look for my pictures of the powder formed into tiny floating balls, above.

*****Edit 6/19/2013**********
The company actually does eventually honor their 100% satisfaction guarantee. In fact, they insisted on refunding the purchase. They will tell you that you are too stupid to use their product, and I quote, "You seem to be under the misunderstanding that "mixing" something into water is the same as "dissolving" into solution. It's not. We have never made this claim..."
So, if the pictures of how the product look when mixed [and not dissolved] don't deter you, rest assured they will honor their product guarantee should you dislike it.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By skip on November 27, 2010
Endurolyte does work much better than the crap gatorade stuff, but I prefer the capsule over powder for several reasons:

- powder tastes chalky w/ some salt. taste doesn't bother me all that much, but water tastes better.
- powder sinks to bottom of container so you have to shake b4 each sip, unless you use a straw. So you really have to drink entire container to get to bottom. you will always leave some in the bottom no matter how much water you drink from container, since powder has some grainy bits.

advantage over capsule is probably you get a bit more by weight. i have both, but i end up using only capsule bc it is so much easier to use. i haven't tried this, but maybe i should just put this powder in my mouth and take it w/ water. :P need to finish it one way or another. Note container is deceiving. Content is only about 1/4 of container from what i remembered, new. i guess how this compares to capsules is if each serving is equal to 1 capsule, then 150 serving 30 more than 120 capsules. but if you always discard the bits that never get out of the container, then they're probably not much different.
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