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Salomon Pulse Handheld Hydration Bottle 500ml $34 + Delivery ($0 Brendale QLD C&C/ $49 Order) @ Snowys

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Easily best price on this currently.

This is a pretty good handheld hydration bottle. I have one and bought a second on this deal so I can have one in each hand for longer runs. Note that it's a bit of a pain to fill, so don't expect to be refilling it during races as it'll cost you time. I find it comfortable and really good for training.

You can get it online for this price too, but then have to pay shipping (but free shipping if you can find another $15 worth to add to your order).

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    I have the older red version of this and you could still fill the bottle outside and poke it into the sleeve.

    Seems like the newer version you cannot?

    Good news is most of the compatible bottles work in the vests/packs anyway so its not critical (but nice for shorter runs where I don't have extra gear).

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    Does anyone know if they leak while you run?

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      Why on earth would someone down vote a legitimate question?

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      No leaking, but due to the difficulty filling, you may struggle to actually fill it without getting it a bit wet.

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      Asking about the drink bottle - right?

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    The last ultra I ran was supported, but would not provide drinking receptacles. So it was much more comfortable to run unladen and then fill up a condom at drink stops.

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    Have not seen this design before. I guess catch is on left arm it will interfere with garmin watch and right arm block access to my double wrist sweatband lol. The normal hand ones keep wrist areas free. Food for thought thou, thanks for posting

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      The bottle holders are ambidextrous but then so are the watches.

      I don't have issues with the holder and my watch though, the back of the hand is like a semi-open glove that stops at the wrist.

      The picture showing them wearing the bottle on the outside of the wrist is wrong, it may be possible but it would feel completely stupid as when the bottle is on the inside of the wrist it naturally "cups" in the hand.

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    The trouble with soft flasks is they're very hard to add powder to before getting to an aid station to then add water.

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    I can't think of a worse place for the weight of a drink, except maybe your ankles lololol

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    Thanks was after something like this where the bottle as strapped to the forearm, unfortunte about the reviews, seem to be echoed in more detail here. I still bought one to try as I typically don't drink on runs, but would like to start.

    https://www.moosejaw.com/product/salomon-pulse-handheld-wate...