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I'm only two months in, so I will likely update this review at some point. I'm no bike expert, but I do have a couple of nicer "budget-end" road bikes, a vintage Cannondale and a newer Specialized Secteur Sport.
I purchased a 2011 SE Draft Lite to replace my previous commuter bike, stolen for crack money I'm sure. I was attracted by the price point, easily one of the best prices I've seen for a fixed gear. I had never ridden a fixie, and I didn't want to sink too much money into one in case I hated it. It's been a spectacular value so far.
This was the first bike I assembled, and assembly was quite easy -- obviously, there aren't a lot of parts; that's the beauty of a single speed. The front wheel needed truing, but that's a mere $20 and 20-minute repair. Flipping the hub is easy too, even without an assembly stand.
She rides like a dream and is quite attractive too. I've taken it as far as 15 miles each way on urban excursions and have found it a comfortable ride. The gearing is appropriate and manageable even for 10% grade hills (in short bursts of course). And yeah, I really like the styling and color options available.
The bike even survived a bike-directly-into-parked-car collision at 20 MPH or so. (Don't ask, I was riding with reckless abandon). I simply had to readjust the handlebars after the accident, but everything held up fine. I was in much worse shape than the bike.
I would highly recommend this bike for anyone needing a $200 commuter and/or looking to get into a fixed gear for the first time. I also looked at converting my Cannondale to a fixie, but that was way too expensive. I checked out Walmart's $100 fixie as well, but I couldn't bring myself to buy a department store bike. This was the right choice.
I bought this for my partner who has very, very sweaty feet. Doesn't sweat profusely anywhere on his body but his feet, and it drives him CRAZY. He's tried everything he could think of to no avail. This product has made him one very happy guy.
The official FAQ for SweatBlock says this about using it on other body parts: "SweatBlock was developed specifically for underarm use, but many of our customers report success with SweatBlock elsewhere on the body such as head, neck, back, hands, and feet. The SweatBlock Satisfaction Guarantee is for underarm use only and it does not apply to other parts of the body. It is recommended that you consult a physician with further questions."
The active ingredient in this product is 14% aluminum chloride hexahydrate. An internet search for aluminum chloride hexahydrate turned up a link on WebMD that discusses the application requirements for feet when this product has been prescribed by a doctor for hyperhidrosis of the feet. Specifically, it's noted that the feet should be wrapped in plastic which is worn to bed at the end of the day after applying the medication and so on. My guess is that the product is meant to be prescription based, at least in part, because of the unique difficulties in applying the product anywhere but the underarms.
For us, dabbing it onto the feet, especially between the toes and being sure to hit every part of the foot, then slipping the feet into 1 gallon plastic food bags like these: Hefty Baggies Food Storage Bags 1 Gallon was a great way to accomplish the plastic wrapped foot. After the bag, we just put socks over the bags to keep them in place, then cut off the excess plastic about an inch above the edge of the sock.
One application was enough to produce incredible results, but full action did not take place until a second application.
I've never seen him smile about his feet before, and the other day he did. That was enough for me. I'd recommend it to anyone, and if you want to use it anywhere other than under the arms, check the internets for advice on how the active ingredient is applied when prescribed by a physician.