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Profile Design Aero Drink System

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  • Easy re-fill no splash cap
  • Compatible with narrow mounting aerobars or wider systems using our Aerodrink Bracket (sold separately)
  • 32oz. capacity
  • Weight: 171 grams
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Profile Design Aero Drink System + Profile Design Universal Aero Drink Bracket
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Technical Details
Item Weight132 g
Product Dimensions38.1 x 17.8 x 10.2 cm
Item model numberACARDRK
Height2.75 inches
Length10.50 inches
Weight190 grams
Width6 inches
Batteries Included?No
Brand NameProfile Designs
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #49,675 in Sports & Outdoors (See top 100)
Shipping Weight200 g
Date First AvailableMay 4 2012
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Product Description

Profile Design aero drink system bottle fits century and air-stryke handlebars. Fits other handlebars with available adapter. Brackets (WB1605) not included. Does not include brackets. Fits Century and air-stryke handlebars. Fits other profile bars with universal bracket. Single reservoir, BPA free.

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Everything is great about it except the flexible tubing... Aug. 26 2010
By M. E. Munoz - Published on
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I actually have 2 of these now. I do triathlons and getting out of the aero position to drink really slows me down since I have to reach down take a swig and put the water bottle back in the cage (either below or behind me). Now, all I have to do is tip the straw in my mouth and drink up. When the reservoir goes empty, I pull a water bottle out of one of the cages and use the quick fill top (the cut up neoprene cap). I find that by shoving the bottle's nozzle in there and squeezing the bottle about 4 times empties it completely into the reservoir. Great system. They also provide a yellow coiled up plastic thing that looks like a shower pouf sponge. This device you are supposed to stuff into the neck of the reservoir to prevent splashing of liquid out of the top. It actually works. Wash it out really well after use though.

The only real problem with the kit is that the soft clear flexible tubing really smells bad. It also makes whatever you are drinking taste like the tubing. Absolutely horrible. They need to change whatever material they use to make it into something completely different. I usually throw away the clear tubing and cut a piece of clear tubing from my old CamelBak system that had too much tubing. That clear tubing is smell and taste free (even when new). (update 7-9-2014 new CamelBak link the old product was discontinued) Pure Flow Replacement Tube by CamelBak

Also, just to make things clear, you have to buy the Profile Design Aero Drink Bracket to make this system work with whatever aerobar system you use since the width between the bars may vary.

Another issue is that the drink bottle takes up a large portion of space up front. If you have your cyclocomputer (speedo, GPS, etc) mounted in between the aerobars you will need to relocate it elsewhere.

Somehow, this item listed as a "toy" so ignore my star rating with regards to that.
20 of 22 people found the following review helpful
Great product Aug. 25 2009
By Valerie M - Published on
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I installed aero bars on my bicycle more to hold this bottle than to actually ride in the aerodynamic position. It is great to be able to conveniently sip hydration instead of bending down to unhook your bottle and return the bottle to a cage system.

I attached a Camelback bite valve to the end of the straw. This keeps the liquid level up in the straw. I also view it as a safety modification. That plastic straw is placed to pierce my throat in a wreck. That added rubber stopper at the end gives me more confidence I won't end up with a bleeding neck or a punctured wind pipe.

Highly recommended.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
It works well June 23 2009
By Bryan Bigari - Published on
This bracket works well for holding the aerodrink in place. I use it in combination with the large rubber bands that come with the bottle to really keep the movement of the bottle to a minimum. I was finding that the bottle would flop around a bit as I drank through the liquid which is annoying (and probably not the best from an aerodynamic standpoint I'd guess too).

If you are into long-distance tri's, or a road biker that's not afraid of being called a Fred, get the bracket and bottle.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
It works Sept. 29 2008
By Austin Saylor - Published on
It holds the AeroDrink bottle just fine, but why don't they offer these 2 things together in 1 package since the bottle is worthless without the bracket?
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Bottle leaks a lot on the top June 11 2012
By Fabio Weiss - Published on
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The bottle fits nicely in between aero bars, and the velcros make it easy to mount and position on the bars.

The only downside is that it leaks (quite severely) out of the top. This unfortunately means the front part of the bike gets soaked in sticky sports drinks everytime I ride.

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