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Todd Cox

Todd Cox

Todd Cox

Todd Coxwrote a review of on March 25, 2009

4 5

Overall a great stand. This is the first work stand I've ever owned and it does a hell of a job. It's got a ton of adjustment, and once you figure out the technique isn't hard to set up or stow away. I like the big honker clamp's adjustability for grabbing different size tubes for different bikes and different work. My only real complaint with it is the finger-chomper push releases on the legs. You have to push real hard to get them to disengage and they inevitably pinch the ends of your fingers when you operate them.

It holds the bike very solidly when deployed and occupies relatively little space when collapsed. Assembly isn't too bad provided you RTFM.

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Todd Coxwrote a review of on January 19, 2009

2 5

Got two, for myself and girlfriend. Both of us have found that they aren't super thermally efficient. The Bike ride to work or school (me-motor, her-legs) is enough to take the contents to lukewarm status. Lukewarm coffee is a crime against nature.

The design is generally good with the clickly top being obnoxious to clean but easy to use, and the size is just right.

The "meh" insulation is total dealbreaker though. I'm already shopping for something better.

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Todd Coxwrote a review of on August 28, 2008

5 5

This sucker is the most-used item in my gear closet. Great on a bike, on the motorcycle, hiking, skiing, you name it. It's that "just right" size for a daypack that you can get your food and layers into it, while still having the mesh stretchy bit and the bungees for random crap you find or have to carry for your useless buddies with their little weenie camelbaks. The Nalgene reservoir is the bomb as well. Super Super good design that the pack is built around. Buy one, and laugh at the dudes lugging gigunda "daypacks" up the hill.

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