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Sheets Energy Strips

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Taste
Price
Where can I buy Sheets Energy Strips? Dick's Sporting Goods
How much does Sheets Energy Strips cost? $4.99

What's in Sheets Energy Strips?

Nutritional Information
*Incomplete
Size: 0.1 FL OZ
Servings: 5.0
Calories0
Carbohydrates0
Sodium0
Sheets Energy Strips contains 5 (2 Sheets strips) servings which contains mg/% USRDA (whichever is available, or both, if listed) of the following: Calories 0, Sugar 0, Carbs 0, Vitamin E Acetate 12mg/40%, Vitamin B6 4mg/200%, Vitamin B12 12mcg/200%, Biotin 60mcg/20%, Pantothenic Acid (Vitamin B5) 10mg/100%, Caffeine Anhydrous 100mg.

Jason's Review



About a month ago, I was in Dick's Sporting Goods and I got the sheets. Since then, I've taken a sheet at the table, my desk, the kitchen sink, and in a stairwell. The sheets look like tiny fruit rollups, they taste bitter, dissolve rather quickly, and are as energizing as most mainstream 2oz. Energy shots.

Let's start with the delivery method. Sheets energy strips are very much like fruit rollups. You peel open a metallic package that's roughly the size of a business card. Inside is a much smaller red rectangular bit that looks like a delicious chewy fruit snack. You can't always judge a book by it's cover, then again, Madonna looks like the crypt keeper dressed as a transvestite prostitute, so sometimes the cover is a dead giveaway. In this case, it's not. Sheets energy strips are cinnamon flavor, but after that wears off, you'll get a powerful bitter, albeit short-lived, caffeine aftertaste. In my opinion, far more palatable than a vast majority of the energy shots, namely 5-hour energy.

I love energy drinks, so convenience is one of the only reasons for me to drink energy shots. Some people like that energy shots are usually sugar free, additionally, some people don't like the taste of energy drinks. I'm in neither of those camps. In any of these three cases, I consider sheets superior to most energy shots. Concerning convenience, I could carry like 200 of these in my laptop bag. Unlike 2oz. Energy shots, I can even carry these in my pant pocket without awkward social interactions, laden with sexual innuendos. For the diabetics and anorexics, you will find sheets equally as sugar free, and comparably savory.

I cannot perceive a significant difference between the effectiveness of taking one Sheet and a 2oz. 5-hour energy shot. If one Sheet is not enough, the Sheets packaging says to take 1-3 for desired energy level. As an added bonus, these come in boxes of 10, and we paid $5 for a box. So, even if you take 3 (which is about 2 Red Bulls worth of caffeine), you've only invested $1.50, a fraction of the $2.99-$3.29 for which most retail stores are currently raping 5-hour energy customers.

**Correction, the video says 4x the caffeine of a Red Bull, this was our failure to see that Sheets's serving size is 2 Sheets.

At first, I was skeptical of Sheets, but after using it for several days, it's one of the most convenient and portable energy delivery methods, the tastes is above average for condensed energy products, and it delivers a reasonable energy boost at a fraction of the cost of comparably energizing products.

Guests's Review

Jason and I differ on one key point with Sheets Energy Strips, the aftertaste. I find it pronounced and lingering. I quite enjoy the cinnamon flavor, but after about 5 seconds, it's all bitter chewable aspirin flavor for the foreseeable future.

Everyone here thought Sheets were logically 1 strip per serving, until I wrote the "active ingredient" section. How lame can you get? 1 serving is 2 strips. Anyway, so, we all agreed that this is still an effective product, and comparable in effectiveness to most energy shots, even with 1 strip. The value proposition, compared to industry leaders like 5-hour energy, is still quite strong. Additionally, these are superior to almost any other product than DynaPep in convenience and transportability.

Particularly for travel, camping, hiking, biking, concerts, sporting events, etc., this is one of the best products on the market. Easy to put in your pocket, take it if you need it, otherwise, save it for later. Lots of convenient places to store it, a reasonable pick-me-up and for most people, you can probably get comparable energy to the product you're currently using at about 1/3 of the price.

Sheets Energy Strips can or bottle design and textual information
Sheets Energy Strips come in a red box, with a smiley face guy looking like he's taking a hit of acid. It says, "The NEW way to do ENERGY!". Also, textually on the front of the Sheets Energy Strip box, "Cinnamon Rush", "B Vitamins, 0 Cal, 0 Sugar, No Crash", "10 Individually Wrapped Strips", "Dietary Supplement". On the back of the box, the sales pitch reads, "Sheets are the NEW way to do energy. Fast, pocketable and powerful. Sheets have NO sugar, NO calories, loads of B Vitamins and a refreshing kick! Why drink your energy? Take a Sheet!". Then there's the recommended use, "Place on tongue. Take 1-3 Sheets for desired energy level. Do NOT exceed 4 Sheets in any 3-hour period. Dissolves fast for easy swallowing. A serving of Sheets (2 sheets strips) contains caffeine comparable to a cup of the leading premium coffee". Then there's even more text, "Sheets help restore mental alertness or wakefulness when experiencing fatigue or drowsiness. CAUTION: In some people, caffeine may cause nervousness, sleeplessness and occasional rapid heartbeat. Please do not consume caffeine while pregnant, nursing or if you are under 12 years of age". Lastly, they clarify that "No crash means no sugar crash". They might as well say, "no unicorns means no trolls on flying unicorns".

Consumer Reviews

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