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Showers Pass VelEau 42 Hydration System
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- Quick and easy Installation
- 120cm medical-grade, 90A durometer polyurethane tube can be cut to fit most bikes
- Dishwasher safe 42oz bottle is fully recyclable, and made of food-grade HDPE
- Magnetic reels with 3 -ply nylon parachute cord, tested to over 180,000 cycles
- 32 Cubic Inches of storage in the integrated seat bag
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|Package Height||5.6 x 9.6 x 15.1 inches|
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Top Customer Reviews
This gives me the equivalent of another two bottles, the frame carries the load not me and its simple. If there is one suggestion for improvement it would be to make the storage pocket a little bigger, it can hold a tube and some tire levers some cash and a credit card or two but nothing more. A little more space would give enough room to add a multi-tool. For what its designed for I think its great. I may buy a couple more for my cycling friends...
UPDATE ... I am updating my review... I give this a 2 star. I returned it for several reasons... 1. All my tools to fix a flat would not fit in the bag. 2. The unit is VERY cumbersome. Once you get it on the bike it would be a chore to remove the water bottle to empty it and clean it out. You cannot just slip it out of the zip pouch, you would have to disassemble it from your bike seat. And 3, one of the little magnet pieces was already coming loose.
Great idea, poor implementation.
I like this for short rides on hot days (keeps your back clear & ventilated), but I have a Camelback for most rides & it keeps my water from freezing better in the winter as well as a bit more handy anyway.
These hold 1 1/2 of a standard sized biden, which isn't too bad providing the weather isn't too hot. There was one day where I ran out early but it was a solid 6 hours on the saddle.
I've read other reviews about the tubing so decided to not set it up and "cork" the bottom opening. The straps held everything in place really well and I unstrapped it and refilled my bidens. Whole process to 2 minutes at most.
The only con with this is that the zippered section is pretty small for a longer ride. It's a choice of either spare tube and levers or tools. Got around this by strapping my spare tube between the unit and seat. Was able to carry multi-tool, chain tool, repair kits, levers etc.
This is exactly what I wanted.
Just finished a 15 mile Mountain bike ride and loved not havcing to wear a pack.
The only thing is the pouch will not hold much but that didn't bother me much.
This will be great for races.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The only negatives are the O-ring that holds the magnet on the bike is prone to break. I used tie wrapps instead and works. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Thomas B.
Works great. I got this drink system for longer rides 100+ mile, typical road bike has 2 bottle cages @ 2-3 hours of riding in the heat. Read morePublished 7 months ago by D. Wright
Love the concept and it worked great for the first few months. Than the velcro attachment ripped, so I replaced it with some zip straps. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Jeffrey Klassen
Exceeds my expectations. Very easy to mount, no tools needed. Easy to fill. Easy to drink from while riding. Easy to refill. Easy to remove from bike. Read morePublished 19 months ago by dust
Really helps me to get the camel back weight off my back and it's a much cooler set up in the Texas heat verses the camel back trapping the heat. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Cook
From the moment you pull this item from the box to the time when you take your first sip, you realize this (despite the marketing blurb crediting an engineer with its development)... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Brian J.
I realli like the product. It was fun to install and not too difficult. I have had it installed for several months now on my road bike which I had not been using as much as my TT... Read morePublished on September 2, 2013 by CFG