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RRS Quickdraw Plus Hydration Carrier

RRS Quickdraw Plus Hydration Carrier

Item #RRU912
MSRP:$17.99
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ROAD RUNNER SPORTS QUICKDRAW PLUS HYDRATION CARRIER :: Hydration at Your Finger Tips. The Road Runner Sports Quickdraw Plus Hydration bottle carrier fits so snugly and comfortably in your hand you'll forget you're even carrying it. Adjustable hand strap. Additional storage pocket for your keys, I.D. and even a small cell phone.

Features & Benefits:

  • Perfect for: Toting hydration and small essentials
  • 22 Ounce: Get all the fluids you need to stay hydrated
  • 3M Scotchlite: Reflective trim
  • Zippered pocket: Big enough to hold a small cell phone!
Product RRU912 Review

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RRS Quickdraw Plus Hydration Carrier
 
4.1

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5.0

This works great for me - ...

By Nicky

from Undisclosed

Comments about RRS Quickdraw Plus Hydration Carrier:

This works great for me - I used it for an ultra and had no problems (mines about 2 years old now!>

 
5.0

I have used this on all ...

By David

from Undisclosed

Comments about RRS Quickdraw Plus Hydration Carrier:

I have used this on all types of runs to incluude marathons and it is a life saver. It allows me to bypass water stops and I have had no probelem with it leaking. The small pouch is ideal for gel packs or car keys.

 
3.0

It's great for shorter ...

By Meggles

from Undisclosed

Comments about RRS Quickdraw Plus Hydration Carrier:

It's great for shorter runs when it's hot. However, the bottle leaks very easily.

 
5.0

I have used this for 40 ...

By Russ Johnson

from Undisclosed

Comments about RRS Quickdraw Plus Hydration Carrier:

I have used this for 40 miles now and I do not want to run without it. I have never used the water bottle that came with it, I use my .75 Liter Camelbak bottle. I carry my ID and 2 Gu gels, with me. It is sewn well and made of sturdy material.

 
4.0

Good for the price. I ...

By Jason

from Undisclosed

Comments about RRS Quickdraw Plus Hydration Carrier:

Good for the price. I used it twice, and it did well. This is a nathan's knock off, but came with a Nathan's bottle. The hand strap looks a little bit cheap...I'd be surprised if it lasts longer than a year, but that's good enough for me.
This thing can get a bit heavy, but I'm pretty strong and bulky up top, so it's not a problem for me. I can imagine someone 30 pounds lighter than me might find it heavy.

 
3.0

better than most water ...

By Autumn

from Undisclosed

Comments about RRS Quickdraw Plus Hydration Carrier:

better than most water belts or handhelds. fits nice to the hand, but hard to run with one heavy arm. I have to keep trading hands while I run. If you try to just fill up halfway to reduce weight then it just sloshes around and gets warm fast. Still looking for easy way to carry water on a long run.

 
5.0

I bought this hand-held ...

By babcat

from Undisclosed

Comments about RRS Quickdraw Plus Hydration Carrier:

I bought this hand-held hydration system after trying a couple of the belt types. Since I don't like having anything tight around my waist when running, this system works much better. I like the pocket; it gives me a place to carry things like keys and sports beans, since women's running shorts rarely seem to have pockets like men's do. I haven't experienced any problem with the bottle itself; mine doesn't leak and isn't hard to open or close.

 
5.0

Works great, doesn't ...

By Michael

from Undisclosed

Comments about RRS Quickdraw Plus Hydration Carrier:

Works great, doesn't leak. I use one of these for my shorter runs (5- 10 miles in summer) and use it with the speed 2 energy belt for runs longer than that. It can get heavy over the course of a long run if you keep refilling. Pocket is good for keys and one or two gels. Too small for my fat cell phone.

 
3.0

If the bottle held only 8 ...

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about RRS Quickdraw Plus Hydration Carrier:

If the bottle held only 8 oz. I would buy 2 and carry 1 in each hand. this bottle is to heavy for me. Very distracting.

 
3.0

I have to agree with some ...

By Peter

from Undisclosed

Comments about RRS Quickdraw Plus Hydration Carrier:

I have to agree with some of the reviews. The bottle is cheap. Where the top screws onto the bottle is too thin and the yellow bite valve doesn't seal right. Easy to open with the teeth but does not seal right when closing. Really have to force it back on or it leaks. A major distraction when running. You can cram two jels in the pouch, it has a plastic clip for keys. Useful for the money, cold sewaty palms for cold drinks but with the adjustmant strap you can really tighten it up so it does not slip. It does fit most other bottles so for the $10 it is flexible. I wish they did better research on this for being a running company

 
4.0

It's comfortable to hold ...

By Get Sladed

from Undisclosed

Comments about RRS Quickdraw Plus Hydration Carrier:

It's comfortable to hold and has a nice little zippered storage pouch. The only negative is that the rim of the bottle where the top screws on is a little thin, making it not dishwasher safe. The heat will distort the rim, making the bottle unusable. (I found this out the hard way.) Also it's too bad the bottle isn't insulated so your hand isn't gripping a cold bottle.

 
4.0

The strap is stretchy so ...

By Rachel

from Undisclosed

Comments about RRS Quickdraw Plus Hydration Carrier:

The strap is stretchy so it fits snugly without digging into my hand. I haven't had any problems with the bottle leaking and the stopper is rubber so you can grab and open it with your teeth for a quick drink. My only complaint is that since the bottle isn't insulated, your hand freezes the first mile and your drink is lukewarm the rest of the run.

 
4.0

2 words--sweaty palms. In ...

By kendra

from Undisclosed

Comments about RRS Quickdraw Plus Hydration Carrier:

2 words--sweaty palms. In warmer weather, when everything on your body seems to sweat, the last thing you want is to be holding a water bottle...that's my only beef with this holder. Cooler weather seems to alleviate this problem for me. Other than that, the holder is great--remarkably comfortable and the little pocket is a plus!

 
3.0

The carrier is great, ...

By Anker

from Undisclosed

Comments about RRS Quickdraw Plus Hydration Carrier:

The carrier is great, very comfortable. But the bottle is a disaster. Bottle lip is flimsy and folded when screwing on the top, now leaks. The yellow pop top popped out, now it leaks there too! Find a different bottle to use in this thing.

 
3.0

The bottle leaks far too ...

By Mary H.

from Undisclosed

Comments about RRS Quickdraw Plus Hydration Carrier:

The bottle leaks far too much, otherwise I would have rated it higher. The pocket isn't huge, but you can cram two gels, a key, and an ID in there.

 
4.0

easy to carry, but i ...

By Jai Scott

from Undisclosed

Comments about RRS Quickdraw Plus Hydration Carrier:

easy to carry, but i agree with a lot of the comments about the bottle. i actually just keep a couple of gatorade and powerade bottles and use those instead. because of the elastic bands, the holders are pretty versatile.

 
5.0

I can't go on a run ...

By Marsha

from Undisclosed

Comments about RRS Quickdraw Plus Hydration Carrier:

I can't go on a run without this! It's so compact and hassle-free. And the little zippered pouch can hold a lot of small objects.

 
5.0

The bottle and carrier I ...

By Tim

from Undisclosed

Comments about RRS Quickdraw Plus Hydration Carrier:

The bottle and carrier I received is not exactly the same as pictured. The bottle is a major upgrade... it has a grey cap with a yellow stop and permanent carabiner for hooking to outside of the gear bag or back pack. The zipper cord is grey and yellow. The padded hand strap on the back is comfy plus has a reflective cinch strap to tighten up on them tiny hands. Also a regular bicycle waterbottle will fit in the carrier to include the big ones. Hope this helps. Happy Running.

 
5.0

It's so handy and ...

By jan

from Undisclosed

Comments about RRS Quickdraw Plus Hydration Carrier:

It's so handy and comfortable to use! I lost mine, and am immediately ordering another!

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1.    Nicky rated this product 5 stars
Mon, October 05,2009:
This works great for me - I used it for an ultra and had no problems (mines about 2 years old now!>
2.    Jason rated this product 4 stars
Thu, August 20,2009:
Good for the price. I used it twice, and it did well. This is a nathan's knock off, but came with a Nathan's bottle. The hand strap looks a little bit cheap...I'd be surprised if it lasts longer than a year, but that's good enough for me. This thing can get a bit heavy, but I'm pretty strong and bulky up top, so it's not a problem for me. I can imagine someone 30 pounds lighter than me might find it heavy.
3.    Autumn rated this product 3 stars
Sun, August 16,2009:
better than most water belts or handhelds. fits nice to the hand, but hard to run with one heavy arm. I have to keep trading hands while I run. If you try to just fill up halfway to reduce weight then it just sloshes around and gets warm fast. Still looking for easy way to carry water on a long run.
4.    Russ Johnson rated this product 5 stars
Tue, July 28,2009:
I have used this for 40 miles now and I do not want to run without it. I have never used the water bottle that came with it, I use my .75 Liter Camelbak bottle. I carry my ID and 2 Gu gels, with me. It is sewn well and made of sturdy material.
5.    David rated this product 5 stars
Wed, May 06,2009:
I have used this on all types of runs to incluude marathons and it is a life saver. It allows me to bypass water stops and I have had no probelem with it leaking. The small pouch is ideal for gel packs or car keys.
6.    Meggles rated this product 3 stars
Tue, May 05,2009:
It's great for shorter runs when it's hot. However, the bottle leaks very easily.
7.    babcat rated this product 5 stars
Fri, November 21,2008:
I bought this hand-held hydration system after trying a couple of the belt types. Since I don't like having anything tight around my waist when running, this system works much better. I like the pocket; it gives me a place to carry things like keys and sports beans, since women's running shorts rarely seem to have pockets like men's do. I haven't experienced any problem with the bottle itself; mine doesn't leak and isn't hard to open or close.
8.    Anonymous rated this product 3 stars
Mon, September 01,2008:
If the bottle held only 8 oz. I would buy 2 and carry 1 in each hand. this bottle is to heavy for me. Very distracting.
9.    Michael rated this product 5 stars
Thu, August 07,2008:
Works great, doesn't leak. I use one of these for my shorter runs (5- 10 miles in summer) and use it with the speed 2 energy belt for runs longer than that. It can get heavy over the course of a long run if you keep refilling. Pocket is good for keys and one or two gels. Too small for my fat cell phone.
10.    Peter rated this product 3 stars
Mon, July 21,2008:
I have to agree with some of the reviews. The bottle is cheap. Where the top screws onto the bottle is too thin and the yellow bite valve doesn't seal right. Easy to open with the teeth but does not seal right when closing. Really have to force it back on or it leaks. A major distraction when running. You can cram two jels in the pouch, it has a plastic clip for keys. Useful for the money, cold sewaty palms for cold drinks but with the adjustmant strap you can really tighten it up so it does not slip. It does fit most other bottles so for the $10 it is flexible. I wish they did better research on this for being a running company
11.    Get Sladed rated this product 4 stars
Sun, April 13,2008:
It's comfortable to hold and has a nice little zippered storage pouch. The only negative is that the rim of the bottle where the top screws on is a little thin, making it not dishwasher safe. The heat will distort the rim, making the bottle unusable. (I found this out the hard way.) Also it's too bad the bottle isn't insulated so your hand isn't gripping a cold bottle.
12.    Rachel rated this product 4 stars
Sun, September 02,2007:
The strap is stretchy so it fits snugly without digging into my hand. I haven't had any problems with the bottle leaking and the stopper is rubber so you can grab and open it with your teeth for a quick drink. My only complaint is that since the bottle isn't insulated, your hand freezes the first mile and your drink is lukewarm the rest of the run.
13.    kendra rated this product 4 stars
Mon, August 27,2007:
2 words--sweaty palms. In warmer weather, when everything on your body seems to sweat, the last thing you want is to be holding a water bottle...that's my only beef with this holder. Cooler weather seems to alleviate this problem for me. Other than that, the holder is great--remarkably comfortable and the little pocket is a plus!
14.    Jai Scott rated this product 4 stars
Sun, July 22,2007:
easy to carry, but i agree with a lot of the comments about the bottle. i actually just keep a couple of gatorade and powerade bottles and use those instead. because of the elastic bands, the holders are pretty versatile.
15.    Mary H. rated this product 3 stars
Tue, June 05,2007:
The bottle leaks far too much, otherwise I would have rated it higher. The pocket isn't huge, but you can cram two gels, a key, and an ID in there.
16.    Anker rated this product 3 stars
Sun, April 08,2007:
The carrier is great, very comfortable. But the bottle is a disaster. Bottle lip is flimsy and folded when screwing on the top, now leaks. The yellow pop top popped out, now it leaks there too! Find a different bottle to use in this thing.
17.    Marsha rated this product 5 stars
Sun, February 18,2007:
I can't go on a run without this! It's so compact and hassle-free. And the little zippered pouch can hold a lot of small objects.
18.    Tim rated this product 5 stars
Tue, March 21,2006:
The bottle and carrier I received is not exactly the same as pictured. The bottle is a major upgrade... it has a grey cap with a yellow stop and permanent carabiner for hooking to outside of the gear bag or back pack. The zipper cord is grey and yellow. The padded hand strap on the back is comfy plus has a reflective cinch strap to tighten up on them tiny hands. Also a regular bicycle waterbottle will fit in the carrier to include the big ones. Hope this helps. Happy Running.
19.    jan rated this product 5 stars
Wed, September 21,2005:
It's so handy and comfortable to use! I lost mine, and am immediately ordering another!