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Eric H.

Eric H.wrote a review of on November 27, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: True to size
Height: 5' 6"
Weight: 136 lbs
Size Purchased: M

Holding up extremely well. Breaking in to fit my hands. Microfiber sweat band is great. All leather gloves are hard to take off. Padding is well placed

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Eric H.

Eric H.wrote a review of on November 27, 2015

4 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: True to size
Height: 5' 6"
Weight: 136 lbs
Size Purchased: M

2 pairs I use primarily for gym and heavy weightlifting. Have held up perfectly. Zero tears. Zero problems. Getting 2 more pairs. For biking use prefer gloves with at least a life padding. Weird to read other reviews and the problems since mine have been so good

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Eric H.

Eric H.wrote a review of on August 7, 2015

2 5

Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I have tried many protein mixes and quite a few gave me some level of stomach distress but this was the all-time worst. Huge gastric distress. Flavor was fair

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Eric H.

Eric H.wrote a review of on June 11, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have had a pair for almost a year - moderate use - which have held up extremely well, fit well, feel superb, no sign of wear whatsoever. I see the other reviews and wonder if we are reviewing the same product or perhaps I just got lucky with a well-made pair. Yes, all leather gloves are a bit hard to get off. I truly love these gloves

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Eric H.wrote a review of on February 9, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Quite warm (warmer than Sidi GTX), water proof (heavy rain will leak down your ankles into the wide cuffs and soak your feet eventually so not a good choice for long downpours but worked well for 1 1/2 hours of rain/sleet/heavy slush), reasonably stiff but still walkable. Looks like a hiking boot (and feels like a hiking boot) so unobtrusive for post-ride coffee. Sole does have pretty good wet traction. Jack of all trades but master of none, which in this case means a very good value and a highly usuable shoe, esp. for wet/snowy conditions down to high 20's depending on how easily your feet freeze. Just does not make a great full-on MTB shoe so if your only need is for 4 hour epics or if you like a really stiff sole, this might not be perfect. Also a little heavy/bulky so I would not use for warmer temps. All in all, have been very satisfied for my 30'-45' riding, and that has included a lot of rain snow and sleet. Seemed to fit true to sizing. I normally wear 41 Sidi's in road shoes and a 42 gave me room for heavy socks.

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Eric H.

Eric H.wrote a review of on December 13, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Great output, great depth, great spread, and is bright almost straight down which helps for pothole avoidance. Could use a better shroud as standing you get a bit blinded. Using the entire rear of the light as a touch sensitive button is the single best feature I have ever used on a light - works perfectly, EXCEPT there is no true sleep mode so it is sensitive to unintentional bumps. Like all Exposure lights it does not have a true strobe mode which seems strange since it costs nothing to program that in (they all have pulse modes which is just not as noticeably as a strobe although this does have SOS mode) The led screen to show mode, battery time remaining, and light output programs to choose from is also a superb feature and the led screen makes it really easy to change modes. Mount is rock solid although I wish you could swivel a bit like Lezyne instead of being stuck pointing straight ahead. Build quality is superb. I have not tried the auto-adjust (reflex) feature since I mostly use on the road and that feature is not designed for road use. Battery time seems as advertised. Re-charge time is OK.

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Eric H.

Eric H.wrote a review of on October 29, 2014

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Easily as bright as Cateye Volt 1200 and Lezyne 1200, but with a bit smaller pattern so the 1300 claimed lumens does seem accurate. Pretty good distance so would work fine for road bikes. Various light settings are good. typical Exposure quality build. Not sure of battery life. Mounting system very easy but not ultra-secure. Also not possible to pivot to a side as the Lezyne and Light and Motion do very well. Tried the TAP with the light mounted on the handlebars of a cross bike on pretty good quality cinder road and even on the least sensitive setting it self-changed constantly - total fail for that use and a bit of a disappointment at this price. I suspect helmet mounting would be fine but have not yet tried. Perhaps a bit of foam under the handlebar mount would help. So all in all an excellent light as long as you are not counting on using TAP while mounted on handlebars. PS - and if you are intending a handlebar mount, you would be paying a lot for the TAP technology that you can't use so something else might be a better value.

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Eric H.

Eric H.wrote a review of on October 22, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Effective in the rain. Fits very nicely, with fairly high volume so provides good coverage. Looks great, nice reflective details. Does not look quite like a typical bicycling cap so I can wear it apres cycling. Thin so fits under a helmet well, and does not have a thick band at the bottom edge so does not leave a heavy indentation on your forehead when you take it off. My new favorite riding cap.

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Eric H.wrote a review of on October 15, 2014

2 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Everything about this is superb (very light weight, exceptional side safety, good buttons, good beam output level choices, good build quality, mount was strong but hard to adjust up/down) except the actual light output and battery life. Very broad flood beam with little depth and I doubt my unit is above 1000 lumens. Cateye Volt 1200 very noticeably brighter and much more distance lighting. Lezyne 1200 has twice the distance, although with a narrow beam pattern. Cateye allowed 25+ mph on dark downhill street, this sharply limited my comfort level, perhaps 18mph. Even if you like a very a broad beam pattern, this simply does not put out enough light to justify the price. And I hit red warning low battery level after 37 minutes of high beam use although it took 15+ minutes after that to noticeably weaken. Perhaps mine was defective, but then quality control is an issue.

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Eric H.

Eric H.wrote a review of on August 27, 2014

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Very bright, nice beam pattern. The beam has good spread but a little less depth so lights with a more focused spotlight pattern are better for higher road speeds. Light weight, small size, very good quick mounting system. Unit pivots on the mount which is very nice. Amber side lights are a good feature.
DOES NOT FLASH - it only pulses slightly on the low setting which is perfect for keeping the road visible on that setting and a total total fail for use as a warning light, for example in daytime or on a running path. If you need a true flash mode, this will not work. If not, it is a great little light.

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Eric H.wrote a review of on August 21, 2014

1 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Despite hours with a Tom Tom service rep, multiple new program downloads, switching wrists, bottom of wrist, gel, spit, cleaning of skin, etc. it never ever has consistent HR - not slightly inaccurate, a total fail, like reading 120 when it should be 165. Large function button is extremely easy to bump and mistakenly switch functions. Screen has 1 large display and tiny additional data lines - bring your reading glasses.

On the positive side, GPS is extremely accurate, battery life seems good, sync to iphone was quick and painless. As a GPS running watch it would be OK, as a HR watch it is an expensive failure.

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