Croatia is the country of origin. Do your part to help fight back against disposable plastic by using 100%BPA-free tritan PLASTIC. The kayak flipper has a single-handed operation and a fast flow straw that makes it easy to drink. It is easy to know when to drink to ensure optimal hydration tracking and water intake. It's great for travel, running, camping, yoga, and helps fund the work of Wateraid. They offer a money-back guarantee because they're so confident in their bottles.
👤I don't like drinking water. You only have to drink 6 ounces every hour, and this bottle has helped a lot. A person is trying to suck down a bottle. It is easier to fill the bottle twice a day once you get into the routine. The schedule runs from 8 AM to 6 PM. Absolutely doable. It's heavy when fully filled, but does fit in a car caddy.
👤I am very happy with this water bottle. Getting through two bottles per day is much easier with the portable size and encouraging messages. The sleek design makes it easy to transport with you wherever you go, it's made of a hard, durable plastic, so it feels like quality, and the color options are great. The ice green color is a Tiffany Blue color. It comes with an extra straw, which is great if you use it daily, and it is easy to read and understand. I'm buying some for my family and friends as well.
👤The water bottle is fun. I need all the motivation I can get. I take it to the gym all the time. This is great and there are no regrets.
👤The product is very nice. It helps me drink water with the time line and if I want to keep going past 6 I can just refill it at night and use the am side to refill before I go to bed.
👤Love is in the air! Is it helping me drink more water?
👤My sister loved it, it was a gift.
👤I like this water bottle. It was pleasing to the eyes. I get in enough water throughout the day.
👤It's a simple idea but it's genius. It has kept me on track with my water use. The straw is better for drinking than the screw off a top. The product is a winner.
The materials of this set of accessories are ultra-light, which will not cause you to ride long distances. They are very light, but they have a strong quality guarantee which is suitable for your bicycle. It gives you enough room for the essentials to be safe and dry. You can leave your jersey pockets for items you need to access in the saddle with this. An innovative divider is included to help organize contents. Croatia is the country of origin.
👤When you don't have room for a seat post mounted gear bag, carrying essential bike tools and first aid gear in a water bottle cage is a good solution. I don't need a lot of road repair gear because I only use my bike to get around an apartment complex. I need first aid gear if I fall. I'm over 60, and injury is a possibility. I have a bike repair multi-tool, tire levers, tube patches, bandaids, and emergency contact info. The bottle storage system is secure anddurable. The lid is snug. The water bottle cage has a lock on it. The bottle has a white cup-size insert for small, loose items, or to use as a drinking cup at a water fountain, as well as the "divided compartments". The capacity and size is perfect for the essentials on short rides.
👤I needed something that could hold all my stuff. I train and race. This bottle is perfect. Two 700x23c butyl tubes with valve extenders for Flo 6090 wheels, two CO2s, 1 adapter, photo copy of drivers license, mini USAT card, some cash, one tire lever, and some latex gloves are included. The little divider is nice for cash. I put a Profile Design Kage in the back of my seat. I wanted something hidden behind me. The bottle stays in the cage when I ride on bumpy roads.
👤Nice idea. It works well. It has a narrowing like a regular water bottle to allow the cage to hold it in place. The neck makes it difficult to carry tools. Since it isn't used as a water bottle, it could be asymmetrical and have an indent on one side with no narrowing, that would be worth 6 stars.
👤I used a family common tool bag that mounts in the triangle. I think I went through a few bags before I got this. I was able to work around the negative of taking up a water bottle cage by buying water bottle cage base mounts. I run tubular tires on my bike and this thing holds one tire. To pry off the old tire and stretch the new one into place, you can jam a couple tire wrenches in there. I can get a spare tube in there when I run my Easton trainers.
👤I used to have a bag that fit in a water bottle cage. I didn't like it because of the small capacity and the hassle of zipping it. The fake bottle looks great. The opening at the top is convenient. I have in my possession: 2 tire levers, one spare tube, mini-pump, valve core tool, small multi-tool, spare chain link. I am very happy with this purchase.
No rigging through your entire pack for small parts. The waterproof storage solution is in the water bottle cages. Long wearing construction material. China is the country of origin.
👤I bought this and the one by Elite for carrying spare tubes and tire irons. You can choose between two sizes of the product. You can use a regular waterbottle size with theremovable top section. You can have a smaller bottle or a larger bottle with the same size below and a small compartment on the top of the stage if you want, but the floor is not replaceable. The plastic is thicker than the Elite and that makes it feel more sturdy. It should hold up well in wet conditions.
👤I like this case. It's design is clever and versatile. The main compartment is the same size as a water bottle. The screw-on top section is great for smaller items. I have a multi-tool, an expensive hi-lumens light that I don't want mounted all the time, two tire tools, and my iPhone mount in the bottom compartment. The screw threads that the top section screws onto the bottom section are not deep enough, which is a major fault. The top compartment can be pulled off with a relatively light horizontal motion. I kept the case because the horizontal motion is not likely to happen in normal use, but it seems like the manufacturer should have fixed the problem. There is an update. I was reduced to one star because the top fell off on my commute home and I couldn't find it. The top was lost along with a multi-tool and small items. The design flaw of not having enough screw rotation to keep to top on is so obvious that I find it unacceptable.
👤I had to walk to the nearest point where the wife could pick me up after I flatted a few miles into a trail ride. I keep my gear in my bag. It's not good. I have an emergency gear in one of my bottle holders. I hope I don't need it. I'm happy to have it. There is a I have added a mini-tool on top of the mini-pump, tube, patch kit, scabs, and tire levers that I have in there. If I do a flat again without my bag, there should be no problem. If it doesn't rattle all the way out of the holder, it's 4 stars vs 5. There is a I don't have to carry this stuff in my bag anymore. I would like it to be a little bigger so I could cram more stuff in there. I guess that would defeat the point. I'm happy if it stays where it is.
The bike handlebar insulated stem bag is easy to clean. Water and weather resistant keep your gear safe. Keep your belongings out of the water. It is very easy to clean the surface. The bike saddle bag has a tridimensional design and is fixed with a bracket buckle and velcro; after the brackets are fixed, insert the bike bag into the buckle, and the velcro is fastened to complete the installation; loosen the velcro and press the buckle to remove the bike. The bike seat bag has a waterproof fabric that is carbon fiber and has a waterproof zip. The space is large. There is a large-capacity pocket on the right side of the bike bag that can hold tools and a compartment on the left side that can hold light items. The space is allocated to prevent scratching. The rear of the bicycle saddle bag has reflective coating on both sides and there are warning lights on the back that can be hung to reduce the risk of accidents. The water bottle holder is suitable for bottles with a diameter of less than 7.5 cm. Put the water bottle in the bag and adjust the elastic band to fix it.
👤I didn't rate the item's sturdiness or durability as I just received it. The bag has plenty of space for an inner tube, a CO2 cartridge and valve, tire levers, multitool, and other things. The water bottle holder has a snug fit and a nice elastic cord which can fit around the bottle for security. This is a big deal. The mounting mechanism is poorly executed. The underside of the seat has a screw-on mount. The bag has an integrated plastic rail which slides into, and a locking mechanism which you can disengage. When you pull up on the water bottle to remove it, the bag is no longer firmly attached, because the latch/tab disengages with very little force. The only hack I've been able to create is to twist and pull up slowly to avoid disengaging the latch. This is manageable but not ideal. Rockbros should strengthen the mechanism.
👤It looks good, but it has the wrong angle for the rear light.
Fast-Cap makes it easy to remove. There is no BPA-free. The department name is adult. Plastic is the material type. There is a wide application. The left or right side of the handlebars could be easily adjusted with the 4 hook&loop straps. Like road bike, mountain bike, electric bike, folding bike, kid's bike, cruiser, walker, wheelchair, scooter, etc. There is a video on the page. Free your hands. The bike drink cup holder has two mesh pockets, so you can carry small items like keys, gloves, wallet, and headphones. Fit most size of bottle. The bike water bottle holder has a design that can be 888-282-0465, which can fit 12 ounces to 24 ounces of cups, cans of beer, large cups, coffee mug, soft drinks, and a bottle. The water cup is protected from falling. Hold your water bottle. Even on rough mountain roads, the bike coffee cup holder will be firmly fixed on your bicycle. The design of sponge inside could provide some protection for your bottle or small items in the mesh pocket. The bicycle cup holder made of high-quality Oxford fabric is durable and can be washed. Don't worry about rusty and broken after a few months. The water bottle holder is a great present for anyone who loves bikes. The bicycle cup holder made of high-quality Oxford fabric is durable and can be washed. Don't worry about rusty and broken after a few months. The water bottle holder is a great present for anyone who loves bikes.
👤This is very strong once it's on your handlebars. We put a bottle of wine in it on our way home from Trader Joe's because it was so sturdy. I might have to get another one for my boyfriend. Highly recommended.
👤I've been trying to find a water bottle holder for a while and have been having trouble because my handlebars are very thick. None of the others would fit. This one was perfect. There was no problem with the attachment. I'm not going over rough terrain because I'm using this for an exercise bike. I don't think anyone would have a problem keeping their bottle or cup out. It is a snug fit and can be tightened. The picture has a yellow circle. I used a cup that was almost 7 in tall. The bottle is 17 ounces. My cell phone is in the outer mesh pocket. I would definitely recommend this product. It was in good condition and came on time.
👤This is better than most of the metal ones I've seen. A great purchase. It's big enough to hold my Starbucks and I have never seen it fall off. This thing is very strange. The pockets on the side are great for smaller items like keys or metro/subway cards. If I'm in a rush and don't have time to put my phone in my backpack, I put it in it. 10/10
👤I need to learn not to fill my cup all the way.
👤I got this last week for my new bike. I wanted it to fit my container. The Hydro Flask is made of water. I don't have to carry it in a backpack. It's great to be able to sip from it without having to stop and drink. It seems sturdy enough for my purposes, but can't say it would last a long time in a rugged lifestyle. The stitching on the velcro looks a bit suspect, but it's been on a few long rides with me and so far so good. Even if one did fail during a ride, you've got lots of back-up because it has 4 different spots. If you have a 32oz hydro in your phone, the pockets are not large enough to hold it. I don't mind if that's something you're looking for, but it might not be the best fit for you. I'm very happy with it so far. I ordered my husband one because he liked it.
👤Prior to this one, I bought a metal cup holder. It was terrible. I would recommend this product. It holds cups securely. There was no noise of banging metal. The extra pockets allow you to hold more things. It is easy to steal. If you leave your bike in public for a long period of time, I would take it off.
👤It's not very good, but it looses its shape very quickly. Not the highest grade product, like many on Amazon. The thing about this item is that it starts to look really crappy and worn out (prematurely), and worst of all, it doesn't keep your container in a fully upright position anymore after just a few months of use and bit of exposure to the elements. That's what I did. I still get a lot of use out of it, but it's not ideal.
There is a single unit of water bottle and cage. Double wall insulation with foam liner insulation in between walls keeps your drink cooler than regular single wall plastic bicycle water bottles. The same materials used in insulated bike bottles are used in vacuum insulated water bottles. The metal insulated bottles are not designed for cycling as they are heavy, difficult to drink from when riding, and can be scratched if used with a bike bottle cage. The design of Better Performance is based on flexible HET material which makes it more fluid with less effort. The Fast Flow valve lets you get more water per squeeze when you need it the most. Silicone is a soft and comfortable material. There is a large liquid capacity. Cyclists are designed for road and mountain biking. All bike bottle cages and holders are compatible with this. The PRO BIKE TOOL water bottle is essential for all your cycling adventures, whether you are taking a big gulp at the top of a long hard climb, squeezing in a few sips before the single-track gets rocky or splashing your face at the end of a hard effort. It's a perfect gift for the cyclist in your life. Their water bottle is great for all sports, fitness, and adventures, whether you love camping, going to the gym, heading out on a trek, or taking part in outdoor activities. You can attach the bottle to your backpack for easy access with the attachment. Drink Clean is 100%BPA Free and tastes your water and nothing else. It's dishwasher safe. If you have a product issue, they're happy to give you a Refunds or a Replacement. Drink Clean is 100%BPA Free and tastes your water and nothing else. It's dishwasher safe. If you have a product issue, they're happy to give you a Refunds or a Replacement.
👤Very happy with the purchase. The water bottle is of a high quality. The bottle kept my water ice cold for two hours on the ride.
👤The bottles were on the road with me for 2 1/2 hours. The temperature was 96* and bottles kept ice the entire time.
👤This is my favorite type of bottle. The cap is easy to clean. It's easy to drink from while riding. I would like to see more colors.
👤Use... a bike. The bottle has a great mouth piece and good squeeze feel. The price was a little too high to compete with other brands. I bought two and will buy it again. I would make the cap a little more abrasive for better grip if the design was updated. Not an issue, just a suggestion.
👤Make sure to clean it before you use it. The functions and clip are cool, but the four me the clip was useless.
👤The bottle keeps liquids cold. I am very impressed.
👤Awesome product. I would buy again.
👤I would stay away from this if you advertised it as well insulated as it was, but the new bottle melted so fast I couldn't believe it, the old bottle still had ice on it.
👤I will be able to use the new water bottle from the cyclists, as it will be hot this summer. The compendium Pro Bike tool. I have used the products from this company before, and I can't fault their professionalism, so buying a new water bottle for my riding was a no brainier decision. This bottle is great. It's made for that. The bottle is made from a material called HET, which gives it a soft and flexible feeling. It allows for a great squeeze to get the biggest gulp of liquid refreshment possible, with the least amount of effort. It is easy to retain its shape. It means a cold liquid stays cold for longer. The mouth piece has a large bore and is made of Silicon. It works with any bottle holder. I recommend this bottle to anyone who wants to upgrade to a state of the art water bottle. The price is unbeatable when compared to similar bottles.
👤I love this bottle. I have the black one. It's new looking. I like the look of the white one. I usually use a smaller bottle, but it's so hot this summer that I use two. Sometimes it's nice to go out with just the one bottle, I need more fluid on my long rides. This is double walled so chilled sports drinks and water stay cold for a longer period of time. A quality item.
👤Useful insulation is not provided. The water in my bottle was cold. The Camelback bottle that I have is vastly superior. A waste of money.
👤The brother in law loved his bottle. He had to keep a bottle in his pocket when he went riding. He said it was a really good quality, and now he has this one that clips on.
It fits into bottle cage and water proof seals. It's ideal for tubes, multi tools, Co2 canisters, tire levers. You can leave your jersey pockets for items you need access to while in the saddle, and it eliminates the need to use a saddle bag. Taiwan is the country of origin. Universal Fit is the type of fit.
👤I put a container on the tube. My bike is in a bottle cage. It doesn't hit the front wheel so it's great here. I have never thought that the study cap screws would come undone or that the stuff inside of it would be lost. Great bottle. I will probably buy another one.
👤It is smaller than you would think, but it is the best one I have owned. It fell of my bike on the highway and stayed closed and didn't catch, that's all I need from a box.
👤The material con el hecho es de baja calidad, fragil, and sencillo. No es una pena adquirirlo.
👤It was a perfect fit under the frame. Good for the tools that are flat tires.
👤I use the strap on the holder for my gravel bike.
👤This thing is very thin and not durable. I bought it to be used on bikepacking trips but wouldn't let it out of the driveway. Don't waste your money.
👤Cheaply made. Even though the top is screwed down, it pops off. I would pay more for a reliable product.
We are so confident in the quality of their products that if you have any product issues, they are very happy to either provide aRefund or aReplacement. The 22 ounce bottle is easy to squeeze. The push/ pull cap is easy to open and close and allows for a strong flow of water to quench your thirst. The 50 Strong water bottle holder is lightweight and easy to install. It's great for road, mountain, hybrid, touring and electric bicycles and can be used by a professional cyclist or someone riding just for fun. Does not include mounting screws. 2 Pack Super combo. The set comes with two light weight bike water bottles and two sturdy bike cages. Premium plastic bottle holders are designed to last and support you on your biking adventures, races, triathlon or riding on the roads. 50 Strong makes its products in America. They are a family-owned business that is proud of its craftsmanship and customer service. Their state of the art factory in Ohio is where they manufacture high quality products. Their talented employees create innovative products to help you lead a more active lifestyle. They want you to be as happy with their products as they are, and that's why they have a satisfaction guaranteed. They offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee if you are not. They will send you a full refund or a replacement product if you contact them.
👤Did it come with screws or a way to attach it to the bike? How am I supposed to use it?
👤I picked up some water bottles and cages for our bikes. They seem to be very durable. The plastic cages hold the bottles securely and won't bend like aluminum cages. I didn't notice a plastic smell in the bottles after washing them. The bottles can be thrown in the dishwasher.
👤Great bottles. I mounted them on my bikes. They fit perfectly and do not affect my riding. I had two falls after installing them, but the bottled stayed in the rack. Great product and fast delivery.
👤The bottles seem to be okay. I tried to put the cap on. One of the 2 packs was used to thread. They only do cross-thread and leak. I would give a 0 star if I could.
👤You get a lot of value out of this for the money. You can tell it's cheap, but who cares? The bike shops were selling bottle holders. I would buy this product again. I don't think it's a good idea to spend over $20 for something to hold a water bottle.
👤The bottles are garbage. Water leaks from the cap when I take a drink. There is no seal on the cap to stop leaks. They still leak even if I put the cap on flush.
👤It seemed like a great deal at first, 2 bottles and 2 cages for $16. It was easy to install and match the factory mounts on my Cannondale Topstone. I had no issues for a couple of weeks, until I hit a small hole in the road and the bottom tab that holds the bottle snapped off. I did not lose the bottle. The bottle was only half full when this happened, so I am surprised at how brittle the material is. The bottles fit tightly and seem to seal well. When I first got them, there was a strong smell. After washing it several times with soap and hot water, I can still smell it. I think putting them in the dishwasher would help. There is an update. The second one broke a few times, the same thing as the first one, hit abump in the road and snapped. The retainer is between the cage and the bike. The P3Steel 2.5 was printed out. It works like a charm.
👤The bottles leak. All of my water spilled out after I hit a bump in the road and both bottles fell out. Absolutely frustrating.
👤I disliked that I had to accept black bottles but was contacted by a company that said they were out of stock and could send the black ones. It doesn't fit my bike.
Installation and unloading are easy with carabiners and buckles. No mounting tools are required. It is easy to open and prevent falling out of inside items. The reflective stripe design makes it safe to ride at night. Enough space inside allows for easy storage of your wallet, phones, towels, small tools, etc. Excellent quality, made of high-end polyester, easy cleaning and durable. The best place for a water bottle is the pocket outside. 7.5 cm. The product's dimensions-- The weight is 160g and the size is 9.44*3.74*4.72inch.
👤It was not what I am used to. My bags are usually flat under the seat, but this one is against the bar, so I needed to pack slightly differently. I think the 20oz bottles will fit better than the 24oz bottles. There is a strap around the top of the bottle to keep it from falling as you ride. This bottle is not accessible during a ride, but is a great place to hold a spare while you drink the first two on the bike. During a 130 mile ride the other day, I had no issues with leg rub. I was able to fit all of the items with no issues, and still fit the bottle. A good amount of kit. There is a Oh! My stuff was dry on that ride.
👤The bottle pocket isn't big enough to hold a standard bicycle water bottle like the one shown in the pictures, but it is nice enough. It can hold something skinnier, like a Propel water bottle, which is okay for my wife as she likes to drink sports drinks.
👤I finally found a saddle bag that I like. Over the past few months, I've tried and returned several other bags, but I decided to stick with this one. The more vertical orientation is something I like. It's easier to access and stores more stuff than a horizontal wedge shaped saddle bag, and feels less awkward. I haven't put it to the test yet, but I think the material would be water resistant. It has room for keys and a bar, and holds a spare tube, 2 CO2 cartridges, multi-tool, 3 tire levers, patch kit, and more. It's nice to have the flexibility to carry what I need. I don't think the mesh pocket is very durable, but I like having an exterior pocket to keep things like a snack or a long-sleeve t-shirt handy on cooler days. The rear tail light clips on the back, so no issues there. The bag is a good value.
👤An inexpensive, sturdy bag with plenty of room to carry a small bottle of water where it sits snug into an outside pouch. The inside pouch is large enough for a wallet, a phone, or a small tool. There is a If you are shorter than 5 feet 5 inches, it will hit the bag and rip the underline of the outside storage causing it to rip from tire friction special.
It's perfect for those who want a stylish bag to increase their storage as they ride, and it will give them a unique personality! There is padding for a noiseless ride. It's ideal for roadside repair tools.
👤After getting a new dropper post, I needed to find a new way to carry my multi-tool, some med stuff, and my wallet and keys. I didn't want another bag hanging from my frame so I was looking for something sleek and discreet. I found a bunch of bottle cage packs and bought a couple on Amazon that looked discreet, but when I got them they were really big, the same size as my water bottle. I decided to try it out after I came across the XLAB gear box. There is a The Xlab gear box is very discreet and minimal. It's the same size as a soda can, and is large enough to carry all of my stuff. It's in my water bottle cage and it doesn't come out on my rides. The only thing I didn't like was the bright white logos on both sides, but a rag wiped them off for a clean black carbon fiber look. It doesn't look like you're carrying a pouch on the bike, as you can see in my pictures, and it doesn't stand out at all. There is a I didn't give it 5 stars because of the price. This thing cost me $27, when every other water bottle cage pouch on Amazon costs around $10, but they're also bigger in size. I was willing to pay a higher price to get this for my bike because it was the perfect sized pouch, gear box, and keg box.
👤It fits my tire, patch kits, levers, multi tool and bars. It's secure and rattle free with a basic $7 aluminum cage. The bag and the head of the suck fit under the cage to prevent it from vibrating. The bike feels zippier out of the saddle with the weight off the seat. This is holding up great, a couple months in. The inside is dust free and the zippers are holding up.
👤I didn't want to use the product for what I wanted to do with it. The pouch won't fit a mountain bike tube. If you don't put anything else in the pouch, it will fit a 28-40c road bike tube. It will fit a 25c road bike tube with tools.
👤The product is cool, but too small. It may be fine for road biking. I travel light, with a multi-tool, 1 tire lever, 2 CO2 cartridges and a tube. There is no room for tools in my tube. It would be perfect if it was 1/3 larger.
The product is 80 grams in weight. The water bottle cage has bottle style tool pack mounts. A mesh pocket and an organizer keep gear in place. 0.75 l / 45 ci is the capacity. Water bottle cage has a bag attachment.
👤It's held up to my commute for the last month, and it's a great product. The thing is snug in the bottom half of the divider and holds a 5 inch screen phone. I can fit a mini first aid kit under the phone, my tube in the top half, and my keys in the top pocket of the divider. It's a semi- soft case and everything fits snug. The zip is very strong and has never shown signs of breaking even though it has been pushed outward a bit. I carry a 700x28 tube and it's very snug, if you have more than 30 you might find it hard to wedge in. The depression on the outside catches the top lip of most bottle cages, this holds the container in the cage very securely. I cover some gravel and bumps along my commute and this thing has never popped out, but most road bikers should be secure. I like the case because it keeps heavy items out of my jersey pockets for a more comfortable ride. Definitely recommend this item.
👤It's useful to carry your tools on a mountain bike where you can't have a saddle bag on a dropper seat post, and there are some compartments to store loose items. There is a It's short and won't fit most mini pumps. There is a A 29er tube will leave a lot of room for other stuff. It's capacity is less than most small bag. There is a If you just want to carry a patch kit, multi tool, tire lever, credit card, keys, this should be enough. There is a It's too expensive for what it is. It's material is similar to a soft carrying case that comes with your sunglasses, headphones, etc.
👤Great product. It's easy to carry around a set of gear such as a multitool, patch kit, masterlinks, etc and move it from bike to bike. When the weather is cool enough that I can get away with a water bottle in my jersey pocket, I don't have to carry the hydration pack for the sake of tools. It feels like it will last a while.
👤I like the way this bag functions. A person is sitting in a waterbottle cage. Good for carrying things. Between this and my bag. I don't need a backpack anymore. It would be nice if it was made out of Cordoura.
Bicycle water bottle storage products from Hydro Bear. In this article about bicycle water bottle storage you can see why people choose the product. Elite and Zefal are also good brands to look for when you are finding bicycle water bottle storage.
Hydro Bear, Elite and Zefal are some of the best brands that chosen by people for bicycle water bottle storage. Find the detail in this article. Rockbros, Kemimoto and Pro Bike Tool are also brands that their products are worth to check.