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I was just looking around for hydration systems and came across Profile Design's AquaCell. It appears to have 2 chambers (27 / 17 oz) and, unlike the Aerodrink, doesn't involve a sponge. Looks like a good system, but before rushing to judgement, I figured I'd see if anyone had tried it out yet. Even if you haven't, I'd love to hear everyone's thoughts on the redesigned system.<br><br>
Here's the link:<br><br><a href="http://profile-design.com/products/hydration/aquacell/" target="_blank">http://profile-design.com/products/hydration/aquacell/</a>
 

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I know people who hve used this one and were very happy with it. This model has been around a while I think.<br><br><a href="http://www.trisports.com/rehysy.html" target="_blank">http://www.trisports.com/rehysy.html</a>
 

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I haven't tried it but I like the looks of it. Specifically, I like the higher total capacity (the old one holds only 32 oz) and the fact that you can get both sport drink and water without getting out of the areo position. It also looks with the caps, you don't have to worry about the little yellow spongey thing anymore.
 

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I'd put all water in it...I'm assuming it hold more than the regular bottle?<br><br>
I drink infinit from the cages concentrated...so...easier for me to monitor when I see how much I chug.
 

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But what about getting splashed with your sports drink every time you hit a bump, I'd miss getting all sticky with that new system.<br><br>
Jon
 
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