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Science in Sport Go Isotonic Energy Gel 60 ml, Apple 15 Pack Also lemon & lime , tropical flavour . £13.39 Apply the 15% voucher on the page to bring it down to £11.38. I have unlocked 15% further and it’s £9.37 for me
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Orange flavour is available in a separate listing for £12.50 for 15 but with no 15% voucher however it’s available on subscribe and save too .
Fancy that. Didn’t know Borat was into sports.
I post this, not meaning to start a flame war, but genuine question - is there any reason to choose these over Jelly-babies ?

4 jelly babies will give me roughly the same amount of carbs (21g)

Jelly Babies advantages:
- cheaper
- less packaging
- taste nicer (subjective)

gel advantages:
-possibly easier to ingest, even with water 4 jelly-babies when you are miles in can be tough to ingest
- jelly babies can melt and get icky in your bumbag, there again, the 'empty' gel sachet can also leak and get icky


I'd appreciate anyones thoughts on this
I would say it is down to preference. I struggle with jelly babies on a long run/race, they dry my mouth out and don't have any electrolytes (which the gels do). Its also a faff if its warm and jelly babies can get pretty soggy. I have used them and they do similar job but I much prefer gels. I'm sure there's plenty of others that have a differing opinion or have gastro concerns when taking gels
I thought the guy in the photo is Fernando Alonso
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