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REVIT Flux Cooling Wristband

It’s a proven fact that cooling the wrist is an effective biological shortcut to cooling the entire body. The Hyperkewl material of the REVIT Flux cooling wristband stays active for between 6 and 10 hours after being charged by simply soaking in water. The lightweight wristband attaches easily via a Velcro closure and helps prevent riders from overheating while riding through hot-weather conditions. The cooling effect is at most effective when exposed to airflow.

FEATURES:

  • Outer Shell: PWR| Stretch mesh
  • Lining: PU coated ribstop
  • Insulation: HyperKewl Polymer Embedded super absorption cooling fabric
  • Composition: 40% nylon, 10% elastane, 27% polyester, 23% viscose

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Great for a day, not for a trip. These wrist bands cool you down effectively. When charged, they can turn a, perceived, 100 degree day into a 70 degree day. I took mine on a trip through Ok, Ar, and Tn. I used them on the hottest days. And I found myself not wanting to bother with them after a few days. They are a hassle. They are worthless if they're not charged. They are worth more than gold when they have water in them. September 1, 2014
Does exactly what you expect So bear in mind I don't have other brands' cooling items to compare this to, but it works exactly like you would expect it to. You soak it in water, then slap it on your wrist and feel the wind cool you. I have all three Rev'It cooling garments (vest/wrists/neck) and wear them under a full leather jacket (not mesh) and if I open all my vents, I get enough air flow to feel the cooling. I use mine for a 20-30 minute commute in 100+ degree weather, so if you're going for an hours-long ride, I would suggest you pair these with a mesh jacket to get the full effect. Yes I would recommend these; I think they're pricey but they work and I haven't had any problems. Maybe you can find a better deal with another brand, but all I can tell you is that they work exactly as you expect and I was not disappointed with the product. August 20, 2014
more useful than imagined I ride in southern Arizona were summer temps can reach 115 so I know what keeps me cool. And I didn't think I needed to try something new. My cooling vest and neck scarf are a must wear and work well so I thought my body temp was as cool as it could get. Not true...these wristbands cooled me even more! November 4, 2013
They work! I was a little apprehensive when I first got these. They don't absorb much water and the dry out pretty quickly. But after using them in some very hot weather I'm sold. Having a slight cooling effect on your wrist is a big help in staying comfortable in the heat. They feel good and are thin enough to not interfere with gloves or jacket cuffs. You need to re-wet them at gas and rest stops as they dry out after an hour or so. But keep them wet and you'll stay much cooler. October 14, 2013
Not really effective The wristbands are a nice idea but I didn't find them terribly effective. They are easy to put on and are reasonably comfortable. They fit better if I remove my watch. I didn't notice that they provided any cooling property beyond the wind flow I normally receive. October 7, 2013
This product is stylish, but doesn't stay cool for long. I bought this product for it's stylish look and promise of staying cool for up to 6 hours. I found that the product was stylish, fit well, and was made well. I did not find however, that it served its function. It soaked up water well, but it kept my wrists lukewarm at best. September 3, 2013
Works, for awhile The product definitely works as advertised. I think for the price its worth the cooling. However, here in Utah's very dry climate it's "activated" for maybe 2 hours tops. Its an easy recharge but 6-8 hours is a stretch. July 9, 2013
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REV'IT! Flux Cooling Wristband
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Daniel M: Riding to Tucson AZ from West Virginia, early next year. Wanted to have some sort of cooling capability available while crossing Texas, New Mexico and Arizona. Oct 2, 2014
A S: wanted to cool my wrist Aug 28, 2014
Khalid A: I live in hot invairment so I need gears which provides cooling for me Jun 8, 2014
Clyde K: Went with complete package; vest, collar and wristbands! Apr 22, 2014
A shopper asked: Will this be effective in cooling the body if used in an office environment? More specifically, is wind required to maximize the effectiveness and would a long sleeve shirt be visibily wet if worn over this product? Oct 4, 2014
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Gregory P: No, this is not the correct use of this product/technology. It requires air (wind) passing over the product to produce an evaporation effect that results in cooling. Yes, a long sleeve shirt would appear visibly wet if worn over this product. Oct 9, 2014
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Chuck H: Wind does aid in the cooling. Your sleeves would tend to wick away moisture from the.bands. Sorry for the bad news at the office. Oct 4, 2014
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Bonnie P: Wind is required. You would not find this effective otherwise. Would recommend only using for sports with air flow. Oct 6, 2014
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Robin B: Yes you'll need moving air to feel the cooling effects. Oct 4, 2014
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A S asked: Your sizing chart does not help with this product so I don't know if I should order a large or small. My wrist circumference is 7,7 inches (for a watch strap) what size would this be? Jul 27, 2014
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Chuck H: You would want large. You would be at the end of the velcro if you order small would probably come loose if you flexed your wrist on the throttle. Jul 29, 2014
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Janet T: My wrist is 7.0 and a small fits me fine. A small should be great for you. The most that I measured would be 9.0 as max. Jul 29, 2014
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Matthew P: I have a 7. 5 inch wrist and bought the large. They fit very well. Jul 31, 2014
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A shopper asked: how do I know what size will work? looks like you only have large. I recently was accepted in to the Riders safety program to be a training coach in Texas and I think this would help. if I need a small when they be back in stock? Aug 14, 2013
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Gregory P: I had the same concern. I bought the large and they work great! I am 6' tall, 165 lbs with a slim athletic build. I am not "muscle-bound" but I'm in good shape. There is plenty of length to the velcro strip tha allows for a good, tight fit. I was amazed at how effective these were at cooling. The position of your hands/arms while riding allows plenty of airflow to hit the wristbands and the cool feeling goes right up the sleeves of your jacket! The Fluid neck collar was soldout - but that is definately on my list to purchase!! Sep 26, 2013
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john b: I asked the same question of Revzilla and was advised that if your neck id 17" or less order the small. Seems accurate. I ordered small with 16" neck and it's fine. Sep 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: Your sizing chart does not help with this product so I don't know if I should order a large or small. My wrist circumference is 7,7 inches (for a watch strap) what size would this be? Jul 26, 2014
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Thomas B: They will be a little big Aug 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: Your sizing chart does not help with this product so I can't tell if I should order a large or small. My wrist circumference is 7 inches ( for a watch strap) what size would this be? May 14, 2014
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Doug D: I just measured it and it is 12" flat and the Velcro is 3" to 3.5" on each side. It should fit comfortable up to a 10" wrist. May 16, 2014
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