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Jeff Guest

Jeff Guest

Moab, San Rafial Swell, Zion, North Wash, Wasatch Mountain Range

Jeff Guest's Bio

I was born and raised in Utah and don't plan on leaving anytime soon. I currently live in Coalville and recreate all over Utah. In the winter I'm snowboarding at The Canyons Terrain Park and Snow Kiting in the open fields of Coalville, Park City, and Heber. In the summer I hang out all over Southern Utah while Camping and Canyoneering with my friends, and climbing in the Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons in the Wasatch Mountains. I love working at Backcountry.com and also don't plan on leaving anytime soon.

Jeff Guest

Jeff Guestwrote a review of on November 8, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have always been a Camelbak bladder fan and this model is a great upgrade from the previous model! The detachable hose makes feeding the hose through your backpack a breeze or leaving the hose in the backpack while you fill up the bladder or stick the bladder in the freezer (I have never had any problems from freezing my bladder or the bladder molding). The new cap is an easy quarter turn to lock in place and is easy to loosen when needed as opposed to the older model where you had to pass it around a group of buff guys just to loosen it up when you need to refile the bladder.

I would highly recommend this bladder to anybody and everybody over any other brand of bladder for it's ease of use, durability, and I've never had any of my bladders mold or mildew in the 7+ years I've been using Camelbak bladders.

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Jeff Guestposted a video about on October 1, 2013

The 3+ is not in this video, but the lens will have the same affect with the water.
I've noticed that lots of people have had concerns about whether to buy a HERO3 or to just stick with their HERO2. They are concerned about battery life, software issues, and water clinging more easily to the HERO3's flat lens as opposed to the HERO2's bubble lens. Here is a video showing what happens when the water contacts the flat lens to give you a nice visual of what happens to water on the flat lens.

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Jeff Guestwrote a review of on July 23, 2013

3 5

I bought this hoping it was like an ankle brace i had many years ago to help me recover from an ankle injury. This didn't do what I wanted it to do and took forever to put on and take off because of the many eyelets for the super long lace to go through. This is meant to help from impact on your ankle bones, but for my alternate purpose it did not work for me.

although my review is for an alternate purpose that did not work for me, my star rating is for the actual product fit and usability. I gave it 3 stars because it was time consuming to put on and take off, had an uncomfortable pressure point on the bottom of my foot, and it felt like the heel area could have been bigger, but as far as protecting your ankle bones from something hitting them and hurting you, I think these would do the trick!

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Jeff Guestwrote a review of on April 23, 2013

5 5

This thing is amazing if you want to extend your battery life so you don't have to swap out batteries every 1 1/2 hours or so. I recorded 11GB at 1080p at 60fps with just one battery and the Bacpak which was awesome while canyoneering! I would highly recommend this product to everyone with a HERO3. Be sure to update to the latest firmware. My friend didn't update his firmware and his HERO3 would freeze half the time when his bacpak was on.

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Jeff Guestwrote a review of on April 23, 2013

5 5

This thing is amazing if you want to extend your battery life so you don't have to swap out batteries every 1 1/2 hours or so. I recorded 11GB at 1080p at 60fps with just one battery and the Bacpak which was awesome while canyoneering! I would highly recommend this product to everyone with a HERO3. Be sure to update to the latest firmware. My friend didn't update his firmware and his HERO3 would freeze half the time when his bacpak was on.

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Jeff Guestwrote a review of on April 16, 2013

5 5

Here is a little guide to help you out incase you don't already know which Xadapt you need.

Xadapt1 = 589, 590 Xsporter/Rapid Aero bar adapter
Xadapt2 = 599XTR, 724, 725 Xsporter/Rapid Aero bar adapter
Xadapt3 = 835XT Factory crossbar adapter
Xadapt7 = 532, 91725 Xsporter/Rapid Aero bar adapter
Xadapt8 = 598, 597 Xsporter/Rapid Aero bar adapter
Xadapt9 = 517, 518, 594 Xsporter/Rapid Aero bar adapter
Xadapt10 = Cargo Box T-Track Adapter Kit
Xadapt11 = Hull-a-Port T-Track Adapter Kit

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Jeff Guestposted a video about on March 26, 2013

I've noticed that lots of people have had concerns about whether to buy a HERO3 or to just stick with their HERO2. They are concerned about battery life, software issues, and water clinging more easily to the HERO3's flat lens as opposed to the HERO2's bubble lens. Here is a video showing what happens when the water contacts the flat lens to give you a nice visual of what happens to water on the flat lens.

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Jeff Guestposted a video about on March 26, 2013

I've noticed that lots of people have had concerns about whether to buy a HERO3 or to just stick with their HERO2. They are concerned about battery life, software issues, and water clinging more easily to the HERO3's flat lens as opposed to the HERO2's bubble lens. Here is a video showing what happens when the water contacts the flat lens to give you a nice visual of what happens to water on the flat lens.

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Jeff Guest

Jeff Guestposted a video about on March 26, 2013

I've noticed that lots of people have had concerns about whether to buy a HERO3 or to just stick with their HERO2. They are concerned about battery life, software issues, and water clinging more easily to the HERO3's flat lens as opposed to the HERO2's bubble lens. Here is a video showing what happens when the water contacts the flat lens to give you a nice visual of what happens to water on the flat lens.

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