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Old 09-02-2013, 04:33 PM   #376
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Tried the code, but it is not working. Am I too late to the party?
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Old 09-02-2013, 06:06 PM   #377
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Yup...

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Old 09-06-2013, 06:47 PM   #378
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Offer still stands - sorry!

SORRY!

This is Bob Geiger with Geigerrig. I want to make sure that you all know that the offer still stands.

Please continue to follow the directions at the beginning of this thread, and we'll get you covered.

If you have placed an order for our product, used the promo code, and didn't get your filter, here's what we'd like you to do:

1) Send an e-mail to: jordan@hubcityoutdoor.com. cc: brock@hubcityoutdoor.com.

2) Notify them that you are from ADV rider, that you placed and order, and didn't get your free filter.

3) Provide your full name and mailing address in your e-mail.

Jordan and Brock will look up your order, confirm that you placed it and that we didn't send you your filter. Then... We'll send you the free filter.

AGAIN! Sorry for the mess up.

As always, we support the crew here and welcome the opportunity to fulfill our offer to you.

Jordan and Brock are on standby....

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Old 09-06-2013, 06:56 PM   #379
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One More Note...

Another quick note...

If you have questions about products or special needs for setting up your GEIGERRIG, please send the inquiry to:

Jordan@hubcityoutdoor.com and cc: brock@hubcityoutdoor.com

They are great guys and will get you taken care of.

My personal e-mail is bob@hubcityoutdoor.com and my office line is 801-823-3336.

It is a bit harder to reach me these days, but yell at me a bit if my team is not taking care of you.

Inmates can also shoot a message to the President of GEIGERRIG at: curt@hubcityoutdoor.com.

BROCK AND JORDAN will be briefed in our next staff meeting regarding this message and the last. Great guys... they will get you covered.

We always want to take care of the inmates here at ADV Rider.

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Old 09-09-2013, 01:48 PM   #380
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My Bad. I had PM'd GB and was told the deal was over... I didn't even try to use the code when I ordered .
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Old 09-11-2013, 01:01 PM   #381
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GEIGERRIG Pressurized Hydration Packs - Best New Product

Recently I tossed a tonic water into a camelback and discovered that I could pressurize my hydration system... then I ran across this thread. So,
I purchased an engine and a filter last week. The product was sent very fast, and the product certainly is one of the best on the market today.

BTW: I entered the code and the website said it was invalid. Wrote an email as per the above post, but it was put it back on me for not entering the code even though I did. Bummer, but then again I've never even gotten an email from camelback!

The hydration engine might be good enough to purchase again without the hassle of a discount/no discount code, but I have questions about the product line. Thought maybe some of those who are in the know could help:

Can we get more of just the bladders? I don't need all the tubes and bulbs, just more of the bladders. I want to either use different items in the bladders (e.g., water vs sports drink, dirty vs clean water, or keep one chilling in my polar-bear cooler while drinking from another)

Anyone have additional pictures of the shuttle on their bikes? Does it work well as a tank bag or primarily as a backseat bag?

The bladder would be good to use as a hot pack when in a hammock (or tent) if wrapped in a towel or climashield. Can the bladder handle boiling water (or 180degree water)?

There are two filters listed on the website, but one that looks replaceable cartridge says it won't be out until spring. What is the difference between the two filters? Spring 2014, or is it already available and the website needs updating?

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Old 09-14-2013, 06:19 PM   #382
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This happened to me today... was pumping up my rig, and heard a small "pop", then I noticed the bag lost a lot of air. I didn't have it filled any more than usual, so I was surprised. What I found was the drink tube popped off of the bottom of the bag. The connector thing was still attached, so all the water (unfortunately) ran out into my backpack.

First time I've seen that, but just a heads-up, because I never even figured that was possible.

(Otherwise, I really like the thing- people are always asking me about it.)
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Old 09-15-2013, 04:45 AM   #383
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This happened to me today... was pumping up my rig, and heard a small "pop", then I noticed the bag lost a lot of air. I didn't have it filled any more than usual, so I was surprised. What I found was the drink tube popped off of the bottom of the bag. The connector thing was still attached, so all the water (unfortunately) ran out into my backpack.

First time I've seen that, but just a heads-up, because I never even figured that was possible.

(Otherwise, I really like the thing- people are always asking me about it.)
Go to their web site and submit a warranty claim. They will take care of it.
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Old 09-16-2013, 08:25 AM   #384
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Go to their web site and submit a warranty claim. They will take care of it.
It's not really broken or damaged, so I didn't think it warranted a warranty claim. If it happens again, I probably will. Now that I think about it... I could probably cut the bottom inch off the tube and reattach it. That will probably tighten it up.
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Old 12-10-2013, 09:57 PM   #385
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got me a brand new 1600 w/3l engine. tanks again

questions though

i plan on using it as a shovel if ever needed in sand, mud or snow. but what is it really, really for?



and where does it go?
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Old 12-11-2013, 03:01 PM   #386
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got me a brand new 1600 w/3l engine. tanks again

questions though

i plan on using it as a shovel if ever needed in sand, mud or snow. but what is it really, really for?



and where does it go?
Looks like the back pad to me.
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Old 12-16-2013, 09:52 AM   #387
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Geigerrig Back Plate / Pressure Plate

Not sure what Geigerrig calls it, but that is intended to go in your back between the bladder and the back pad. It is intended to provide a flat surface against your back since the bladder (hydration engine) becomes round when pressurized. These weren't in the early Geigerrigs and now I think they have one with them on both sides to the bladder to keep it flat on the outside too. It's intended for comfort, but can certainly be removed if not an issue given it does add weight.
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Old 01-10-2014, 10:32 AM   #388
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GEIGERRIG Pressurized Hydration Packs - Best New Product

I have a little-used black 500 for sale in "Other" if anyone is interested. With filter and new drinking tube.

1/11 update: Sold.


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Old 02-23-2014, 01:30 PM   #389
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After 2 weeks of "hydration research", I just placed my order for a Shuttle and insulated tube.

Thanks to everyone here for your detailed information and honest reviews!
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Old 02-24-2014, 07:07 PM   #390
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Just put my order in. Tried to use the code but it didn't work, so I put a note in with my order. Hope I can still get in on the filter deal

Looks like a super-cool product. Can't wait to check it out.
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