HydraKlick – We Got Water on Your Side

ConsumerWatch

No, we really do mean that. HydraKlick has created a product that lets you carry water (or other preferred running beverage) that’s attached to your side. What’s better than a hands-free run? Let’s start from the beginning.

If you’re an avid runner, chances are you love running on the outdoor’s great terrain. Chances are that you ALSO appreciate hydration while you run your heart out.

Cue HydraKlick by Solo 8. They are the premier hands-free, beltless hydration system. Basically, it’s as simple and convenient as it gets. HydraKlick stays by your side to provide a simple grab and replace system.

What do you do?

  • Secure the 8 oz bottle in the bottle cage which is connected to a sport clip that clamps onto your waistband.
  • The contoured pad keeps the holder in place and securely against your body while you run.
  • When you get thirsty, take a sip and place it back with a simple click!

And if that doesn’t sway you, perhaps knowing the benefits to hands-free running will:

  • Carrying an extra water bottle can put on extra weight that can potentially cause muscle discomfort or arm restriction.
  • Holding an object in hand can restrain the natural movement of your arm, thus causing running efficiency to decrease.
  • Running with a water bottle in hand causes a greater chance of dropping the item and damaging.

Run hands-free and stay thoroughly hydrated without the annoyance of needing to carry water.

Learn more about HydraKlick today when you go to their website, HydraKlick.com.

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