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    A** Saver. Interesting

    I don't run fenders, and the X blade that I bought is an absolute piece of garbage. Anyone use one of these, or know of someone that has? Found a review on YouTube of it.

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    Looks like it would keep most debris off the rider. I would probably try making my own before spending 8 +/- Euros on it...

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    Still messy

    Quote Originally Posted by Shin Pond Hunter View Post
    Looks like it would keep most debris off the rider. I would probably try making my own before spending 8 +/- Euros on it...
    It doesn't look like it does much to me. You're still going to have sloppy spray up your back at commuting speed.

    Can't beat a real fender....

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    Bahahahahahahaha..

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    I see this as being more appropriate for places that full fenders might be overkill - generally more arid climates where precipitation is uncommon or rare. In central or w. TX or in the desert, or Mediterranean climates of CA, sure. Anywhere east of the Mississippi, the PacNW, Gulf Coast regions, I'd think twice unless you were only a really fair weather rider.

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    Re: A** Saver. Interesting

    The only thing I really see it as useful for is a person who rides a leather saddle without fenders, as soaking the bottom is a great way to turn it into an expensive paperweight.

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