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RobR

RobR wrote a review of on October 22, 2012

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Works exactly as advertised, check out the Stan's website and watch the videos! Follow the instructions carefully and don't get in a hurry.

I can run as low as 30psi for massive traction, and not a single flat. Not a single burp. One small problem - they will leak down slowly, after a month (January) of sitting, they lost air down to under 20psi, but I always check air before every ride anyway.
I've helped 5 others install Stans, only one we couldn't get to work - one well used Kenda just wouldn't seal at the rim, replaced that tire and problem went away.

Even at the same pressure, you can feel a more supple ride and less rolling resistance.

Saved about half a pound off my bike!

Don't forget to add more sealant every six months or so, not sure if it dries up or gets "used up" but it slowly vanishes - just shake the wheel and listen for splashing sounds

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RobR

RobR wrote a review of on October 22, 2012

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've owned this pack for over a year, used in every condition from freezing cold to 100deg summer heat to pouring rain. Here's a quick list of reasons to buy this pack:
-3L capacity means you won't run low as often
-lighter weight than similar products
-roomier than it looks, great organization. I can carry tools, tire pump AND shock pump, tubes, wallet/phone and still have plenty of room for food...and everything is EASY to access without partial unloading
-the magnetic tube holder is awesome!
-no sloshing, and the rigid bladder support improves airflow on my back
-stuff inside stays dry even after a four hour (very) rainy ride
-Compliments! Your friends will want one too

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RobR wrote an answer about on October 22, 2012

Yes it is easily removable, just undo a velcro tab and the reservoir slides out. Also makes for easy filling - just slide out and fill from the sink without trying to juggle a full pack. The reservoir has a rigid backing with handle, and a HUGE opening to further simplify filling. The hose will take a bit longer, but also easy to remove.

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RobR

RobR wrote a review of on October 22, 2012

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I've ridden with the Hex about 20 hours, and I'm still impressed with the amount of air this thing pulls in. Just above walking speed I can feel my head cooling. Easily the best cooling of any helmet I've used in the past. The fit is also impressive - I have a very large head, most helmets and hats simply won't fit, or are uncomfortably tight. The Hex feels great, even at the end of a ride. Easy size adjustment with a simple twist of the knob.

I can't think of a single negative! Buy one!

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