30 reviews between Jul 30, 2023 and Sep 14, 2023.
Gatorade Zero Tablets are convenient and easy to carry, making them perfect for travel. They come in different flavors and dissolve quickly in water. They are a good substitute for regular Gatorade and have a pleasant taste. The tablets are portable and can be taken to the gym or on hikes. They are a great way to stay hydrated without the need for single-use plastics.Gatorade Zero Tablets: Zero Sugar, All The Electrolytes, 4 Flavor Variety Pack, 10 Count (Pack of
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30 reviews between Jul 30, 2023 and Sep 14, 2023.
I don't usually have a need to replace electrolytes, but if I do while at home I can do it in ways other than a sports drink. Having said that, when on the go it's nice to have something you can easily pack with you to get the replenishment you need. I like the flavors in this variety pack just fine, with perhaps a slight nod toward lemon lime. A big determinant for the taste will be how much water you mix it with. Obviously, less water means strong taste, and vice versa.
Awful flavor. All you taste is metallic and terrible flavors. Stay away from these tablets and only buy the powder sticks. You’ll thank me.
Very easy...plop a tablet into a bottle of water. It tastes great!
These little things pack a surprising punch when mixed in a big 20oz bottle of water. I wasn't sure it would be enough to taste right or if it would be watered down, but so far every flavor has been pretty good! They dissolve pretty quickly and it's a nice convenient way to carry a bunch of Gatorade if that's your aim.
Wouldn't mind seeing this with actual sugar as an option though too, sometimes you need some sugar and carbs.
Watermelon is decent but not amazing, they really should offer their cucumber lime flavor!!!
I was not a fan. My kids go through Gatorade and other drinks very quickly so I thought I would try these. The tablets dissolved easily in cold water and the flavors tasted ok, at first. Everyone in the house agreed that they had a strange after taste. It was off-putting enough that they are still in the cabinet mostly untouched. I would not recommend.
This product is convenient and easier to carry around compared to taking a Gatorade bottle and a water bottle. What I like to do is drink water during my workout and drink a bit of gatorade after I workout. With this, I can just fill my water bottle with water and drop in a tablet and it'll be good to go within a minute or so.
These tablets are pretty easy to dissolve. You can use it in room temperature or even cold water. The flavor tastes pretty similar to what you would find in gatorade bottles. It does feel slightly off but not enough to bother me.
Overall, very solid choice for traveling and rehydration.
Plastic canister was very easy to open and seems to close back up tightly. Plopped a tablet into 20 oz cold water and it took about 7 minutes to completely dissolve.
Smells like a regular Gatorade, but tastes a bit watered down, even though I used the correct amount of water.
I haven’t tried Gatorade zero before, so maybe it just has a lighter taste. There is a slight aftertaste from the artificial sweetener, but it’s not overpowering.
These tablets were great to use during our recently completed road trip! They come in a small canister which holds 10 tablets each, making it super portable to carry around during travel. The regular water bottle (Kirkland-brand from Costco) is a tad smaller than the recommended water amount for a single tablet, but we just dropped one into it, and it turned out fine, with the flavor not too strong or powerful despite the slightly less amount of water.
The flavor itself tasted basically like the same Gatorade, and the tablet melted pretty fast, even with minimal shaking. We also loved the fact that this came in a flavor variety pack, as we were able to rotate and enjoy the different flavors as we drove.
Overall, we would highly recommend this!
I really like these Gatorade tablets. My main issue with normal Gatorade is that it has waaayyy too much sugar to be healthy. These, however, have no grams of added sugar. Not to mention, the flavor for all of them are good, but the lime one is especially good. It's also satisfying to drop them into water; they dissolve quickly and fully. For the price, you are getting a whopping 40 tablets - enough for 40 drinks, or 80 (if you use half a tablet). I have no complaints with this product and absolutely will consider getting more in the future. 5/5 stars.
Gatorade Zero Tablets are champions. I love they don't have all that sugar of regular Gatorade and are easy to take for travel. Hydration after being in the sun is a must. Just drop a tablet in water and watch it flop all around. Takes about a minute and it completely dissolves. Taste is really sweet and flavorful. Space saver also.
A standard water bottle is about 16 oz these tablets say 20 oz. Also they won’t fit into the opening of the brand of water we drink. So we have to break it up and kind of creates a mess. Isn’t super convenient when we’re on the go but it does taste like Gatorade zero when used with the correct amount of water otherwise it tastes to salty just using the standard size bottled water we get.
What I like most about these is they are easy to take to go. Just pop the vial in my bag. These taste great, no funky after taste at all. We have been putting them in our 40oz jugs and they are just as good, and even more refreshing. I would get these again in a heartbeat, much need in this crazy summer heat!
I've had the watermelon so far and have really liked the flavor of it. It recommends 1 tabs for 20oz of water, so don't expect them to last an extremely long time. With that being said I went down to 2 tabs for 60oz of water and it was more than enough to get a strong flavor. They dissolve quickly and without any shaking being needed.
The caps are secure even having opened them a few times so no worries about them opening in your bag while on a hike or in your vehicle.
I try to do my part and recycle and do everything I can to reduce my carbon footprint. There is only one Earth and we're destroying our planet faster than it can heal itself. If we don't get off of single use plastics and fossil fuels, there will be a planet left without humans on it. If manufacturers don't push us in these directions we will have a much different Earth that no one will like, but one that we worked for. Give these a try. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised. It doesn't taste exactly like Gatorade, but I did mix it with a lot of water. Follow the directions on the container for the intended experience.
I have been working on rehabilitating an old house miles away from anything and was looking for something like this so I don't have to pack in a bunch of bottles containing mostly water. I watch my sugar intake and when I saw these wanted to give them a try.
The flavor is good, I mixed some of this up in a larger insulated iglo jug with some ice and used that for hydration for the day. Helped keep my energy up with less drain in the 90 plus temperatures with almost no humidity.
Good product and I like the tablet format.
We are frequent consumers of Gatorade and always relied on the bottles that are sold in the supermarket. This portable tablet form is great to carry while traveling without worrying about purchasing large bottles. I must say it’s pretty good tasting. It feels fizzy unlike other options & overalls it’s good and gives instant energy and freshness. These have no added sugar in them. These are reasonably priced as well. I would recommend these.
Small containers for easy carrying. Ten tablets in four containers makes 40, 20 ounce bottles. I got 3 different flavors and I use filtered water in a 20 bottle. Easy to carry in a backpack for hiking. I like the convenience.
These Gatorade Zero Tablets are easy to use and taste good. They come in 4 separate bottles in 3 different flavors: 2x watermelon, 1x glacier cherry, 1x lemon lime. Each bottles contains 10 tablets, for a total of 40. They are easy to dissolve in cold water and have a pleasant taste. Simply drop one table into 20 fl. oz. of water and let it fizz up. The electrolyte content is thirst-quenching and hydrating as expected.
Overall, I like these tablets. They are space-saving and easy to make on the go. They taste good and hydrate well. I like that they are naturally flavored and sugar-free. Sweetened with sorbitol and sucralose. The only issue I have with them is that they are a little too large to go through the mouth of regular bottled water, so you may need to break it in half somehow, or use your own water bottle instead. Anyway, good product.
I am very impressed with these. When used as directed with the proper amount of water, these are almost indistinguishable from regular Gatorade. The tablets sink to the bottom of the bottle and dissolve quickly. They are in small tube so they are easy to take with you wherever you go.
I like the taste of these and that they don't have a heavy aftertaste to them. It takes a few minutes but they dissolve fully in the water. I received two watermelons, one lemon lime and one glacier cherry. The lemon lime is my favorite but they are all good.
I love a good electrolyte, so I decided to give this one a try. Off the bat, I don't love that this one has sucralose instead of other higher quality better for you sweetners, but I still wanted to try. My first noticing is that this tablet will not fit in a bottle of water. It is larger than the top of any normal water bottle. I am fine with using mine in a tumbler, but it is something to note if you are an exclusive disposable water bottle kind of person. The tablets smell really good (which ultimately isn't super important but nice none the less). It does take the tablet what I consider to be a pretty lengthy amount of time (around 3 minutes) and it looks similar to an alka seltzer tablet when you put it in the water fizzing as it dissolves. I do not personally love the taste of the watermelon. It is almost too sweet while still being salty and tastes almost like a tonic water with an artifical watermelon taste. The lemon lime is my favorite (although still not a great love of mine), followed by glacier cherry. I am glad to have tried them, but I definitely prefer my Ultima Raspberry electrolytes better.
I take these to work and the gym in place of the bottles. I can add cold water and you can’t tell the difference between these and regular Gatorade. They work well and rehydrate. I actually perform better because I can have a couple of these when I may only be able to carry one bottle.
All of the flavors in this variety pack of Gatorade Zero Tablets are great but I really love the watermelon flavor. As with all drink powders or tablets, it’s important to mix the correct ratio of water to product. When mixed well, I think these tablets are every bit as good as the bottled Gatorade zero and much easier to bring along.
This is a great value for money and allows you to use your own bottles. Also you don't have to continuously run to the grocery store or gas station for electrolyte drinks. No dehydration in this ridiculous summer heat and no leg cramps. No sugar either. My only wish would be an all natural version, maybe get rid of the plastic all together. But these are terrific and taste great. I like being able to water them down to my taste. I would purchase these again.
These Gatorade Zero tablets come in convenient plastic containers, that are small and easy to carry in a pocket, purse, or a gym bag. The tablets are slightly bigger than I expected, but they’re easy to drop into a water container. Mixing with 20 oz. of water is recommended, but I usually mix it with only 16 oz., as I prefer the slightly stronger flavor. The tablets dissolve fairly quickly, and they infuse plain water with the authentic taste of Gatorade Zero.
It’s just as tasty as the Gatorade Zero that I buy at the store, but it’s more convenient, and it’s a bit cheaper. I really like the different flavors in this variety pack. Glacier Cherry is my favorite, followed by Lemon Lime, and then Watermelon. All of the flavors are enjoyable, the taste is pleasant, non offensive, without any synthetic aftertaste. These are definitely the best electrolyte tablets that I’ve tried. They’re quite refreshing, and they help keep me adequately hydrated. Best of all, they contain zero sugar!
This variety pack contains 4 tubes, with 10 tablets per tube, and 3 different flavors. Having these on hand helps me save time and money, because I don’t have to make a stop at the store before my workouts, and pay over $3 for the exact same thing. I always try to stay hydrated, this is guilt free flavor for me.
I use these tablets primarily for workouts, but also on days when I’m feeling dehydrated. At around 65 cents each, they’re an excellent value, certainly an option worth considering. I’m very pleased with these Gatorade Zero tablets, they’re quite economical, and I highly recommend them, especially to those trying to avoid sugar.
These Gatorade Zero Tablets are a quality electrolyte tablet product. These have a good flavor and they dissolve well, resulting in a smooth drink. My only complaint is that the tablets are bigger than the mouth of a typical water bottle, so they need to be split in two before being placed in a water bottle, which is somewhat inconvenient and sometimes messy. But it otherwise is a fine product.
40 count of Gatorade tablets. 2 tubes of watermelon, 1 lemon lime and 1 tube of glacier cherry. Super convenient and easy to pop in a 20 oz bottle of water for quick hydration.
I keep cold Gatorade Zero bottles on hand to grab after yardwork or any strenuous activity. It is a refreshing, sugar-free way to hydrate and replenish electrolytes. I dislike lugging the 17 pound 12-pack case home and filling up my recycling bin with empty plastic bottles.
These tablets are so convenient to use. I filled my Tervis water bottle with 20 ounces of cold, filtered water and dropped in one tablet and in about 90 seconds, I had cold Gatorade ready to drink- no mixing or measuring needed.
In addition to less plastic waste, the tablets ($0.65 per 20 oz.) cost much less than the conventional bottles ($1.20 per 20 oz.). The tablets are packaged in a travel-friendly tube with an airtight snap-off lid. The lid appears to have a built-in desiccant to keep moisture away from the tablets. The Glacier Cherry flavor contains no coloring while the Watermelon and Lemon Lime are naturally colored. All three are naturally flavored.
I'm very happy that Gatorade has developed this product. I will be using these tablets on a regular basis.
I travel frequently and its always difficult to find replacements since bringing liquids are not allowed at the airport and buying it after the gate or in foreign countries can be expensive and also not readily available at times. TI received 4 tubes of 10 tablets each (2 watermelons, 1 cherry and 1 lemon). Each tablet works for 20 oz of fluid. It is scored so I was able to use about half a tablet for a full glass of water. The effervescent tablet dissolves pretty quickly once added into the liquid. I have to say it tastes pretty good and not much different than getting the actual Gatorade liquid bottle. I added some ice which definitely improved the taste but you can use chilled water to not dilute it so much. Overall this is a very good option especially for travelers like me. I will definitely bring a tube with me every time I travel away from home.
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