IsoGel has a consistency more like a sports drink than a gel. It is smooth and has a dash of real juice for a great taste. It's not thick or overly sweet. Easy to open and swallow, each sachet contains 23g of carbohydrate. IsoGel is award-winning and proven in many of the World's toughest competitions.
Which High5 gel to choose: EnergyGel or IsoGel? Both types of gel do the same job. However, IsoGel has a lighter consistency somewhere between a drink and a gel. EnergyGel has a slightly thicker consistency, but is less bulky and lighter in weight, which makes it easier to carry in larger quantities.
Please note: This item has a maximum order quantity of 3 Boxes per customer.
If ordered before 8pm, delivered by courier next working day. Available on orders placed before 8pm (2pm weekends and Bank Holidays) for delivery next business day. Applies to most delivery addresses within mainland UK.
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At first, I was attracted by the fairly low price. Might as well give it a try... But it turned out the product was a bit disappointing compared to other energy gels. The packing is very thick, which makes it hard to tear and often results in sticky annoying spills on hands and handlebar. The very fact that it's more like a sport drink than a gel is actually a downside, IMO. It increases the risk of spills. I had the orange flavor and I found it a bit acid, hard on the stomach. The taste is not hat good neither. Bottom line, I'm sure you can find better gels for about the same price elsewhere. It's worth searching a bit farther.
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For long training rides and races, these gel packs help conserve your other liquids; you don't have to down a quarter of your water bottle when you take one. Yes, they are a little heavier, but the minimal weight gain is well worth the extra convenience. It also changes ingesting a gel pack from a two step process down to one. If you ever been attacked the minute you rip a goo open, you'll appreciate the simplicity.
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