You can install the bike water bottle holder on either side of the bike. According to their guideline, it is easy to operate. Ride harder! This vice-like contraption keeps your bike drink holder in place so you can ride harder and longer, instead of worrying about your water bottle cage sliding down after you hit some big bumps. It won't budge, so grab that bottle millions of times. Ever. You can adjust 90 degrees. You can mount your bicycle water bottle holder mount in either horizontal or vertical position with the 90DegAdjustableAdapter. You can mount it without drilling holes and 2 Spacers let you personalize your mount. Are you still using a cross style connection? They are old news. The square drive has a design that has other cyclists living in your slipstream forever, and you need the updated square drive. There is more surface area for a better connection. Your peers don't have this. There is an extra 2mm at the base of the water bottle holder mount. It seems small but the max thickness makes it 888-282-0465. It is available in both powder-coated and regular anodized finishes. When your bike accessories arrive, read your insert card and keep it for your lifetime warranty. Then, follow their easy guide to fix your bicycle and head out on your next Active Adventure. You are ready to stay hydrated.
👤The listing states that if you need the holes to be 2-1/2" center to center, look elsewhere. The pump holder is 2 inches. The screws won't fit if you look at the attached photo. This is like 2-9/16. Work was sloppy. There are some water bottle cages. Maybe it can work with those. The standard size should be stated in the listing. The handlebar has already been scratched by the clamps. I did not tighten it down very far. There is no rubber or plastic between the bars when using the largest diameter. The finish seems to be painted or powder coated. The box has been thrown away and I can't return it.
👤I bought this water bottle accessory to replace the one on the handle bar that looked generic. It seemed to only fit my seat post, but I noticed it fit the handlebar stem perfectly, I like this location better than up on the bar now it's easier to grab.
👤The vintage road bike that I have is made of high quality metal and very ergonomics.
👤It's nice looking and adds a water bottle to the bars. My wife's bike does not lend itself to water bottle mounts. She is happy. I am happy now.
👤It was used as a mount. It was a great fit. Strong.
👤This is ok, but it does move a bit on bumpy roads. I don't like the idea that it makes the handlebars look bad.
👤I bought a Yamaha. YDX. Moro ebike. The bike seat water bottle mount was perfect.
👤A quality product. The handlebars were mounted on the narrowest part of the bike because there was no place on the frame to mount a cage. The newer version has harder plastic than the older one. They work well. My bike is coil front and rear, so it's not as soft as it could be.
Friendly customer service and a high quality Goya. There are any questions regarding the contract with RockBros Bicycle. The artist. There are mesh pockets that can hold small repair tools and cash. The 4 X M5 x 12 SCREWS are included. The screws are standard size for water bottle mounts, and washers are suggested for tight fixing. High quality material and manufacturing process for extra strength and durability combined with low weight, 2.1 ounces each, is what the 6061-T6 HEAT-TREATED ALUMINIUM ALLOY is. It's a good fit for plastic water bladders. ALUMINUM WATER BOTTLE CAN BE SCRATCHED. Easy installation. Attach cages with screw holes on the frame with a 4mm key. The bike frame requires threaded holes. The 26 Oz water bottle can fit snug. The min bottle diameter is 2.70inch and the max bottle diameter is 76.2mm. The water bottle cage has arms that wrap around the bottle to keep it from falling out during your ride. Back up from Bush. If there is any issues with the product, please let them know and they will follow up.
👤The bad: - It's not easy to install, but it holds a water bottle well even on rough terrain. The bottom line is the bad and none. These are a great value for a set of 2. They work well and are easy to install. They held my water bottle.
👤The bike bottle holder worked well. I have a bottle that is larger than normal, but other bottle holders wouldn't accept it. The water bottle holder was in the package. It seems that it will also hold a 3 inch water bottle. Installation only took a few minutes because the mounting holes match my Trek Verve 3 mounting holes. The holder appears to be of high quality. It works perfectly on a couple of rides I have ridden. If your water bottle is larger than most bike water bottles, I would recommend it.
👤Cons. The Pros Light weight water bottle will fly out if they bend over time. Cheap. I mean cheap, not inexpensive. I had to take one of the bottles out of the other because it was loose after four miles on the forty four mile trek. I had to bend them again every few miles. I put my bike cable through the bottles to keep them from flying out. I removed them from my bike and will be putting a warning in the free bin.
👤I bought these to hold beverages. I didn't understand that the water bottle holder was only for water bottles. I tried to put diet coke in the unit but it fell out. The spacing between the bars is too wide. It looks like a quality product and was delivered quickly. My poor choice on the selection.
👤I'm a vivid bicyclist rider with a steady 20-25 miles every other day, I own 4 bikes and 2 of these holder and it comes with mounting screws and is easy to install.
👤I use these on my old Trek XO1 for gravel bike riding in WY. I've taken this bike on a lot of terrain to find areas that would have been better for a mtb. I have never lost a water bottle. This bike is riding on 700c tires, without suspension. I have also ridden the bike down some steep staircases and never lost a water bottle. They do what they are supposed to do for a fair price. There is a The bad is that the seat tube cage cracked straight through, and the downtube cage had a small crack over two years of use. U-Shake gave me a 50% discount for a new set of water bottle cages, so they definitely got my business.
👤I bought them because of the price. If they worked for a little while, it would be no big deal. They're great! The product I saw in REI was twice the price. I put it on my bike and rode off into the sunrise. Great product.
👤I installed these on my 700c bike with two screws. The plastic bottle I used fits perfectly. The bottle is small. Strong material, painted nicely, works for me. I wouldn't say it's the fanciest looking thing out there, but the price was good and it works for it's intended purposes. If you want to keep weight down, these might not be for you. It feels like metal and is heavier than plastic. These work great if weight doesn't matter. I like them and have no complaints. They attach securely, no wobble or anything like that. I use these on a cheap mountain bike that I ride on the streets pretending it's a road bike. I am not an avid biker or enthusiast. My experience with these bottle cages has been good, so I would say give them a try.
It's perfect for people who want an elegant cage to lighten their load. 100% Carbon Fiber Material is very strong and lightweight, non-deformable and resistant to rust. The bottle is held in the carbon cage very steady on gravel rides. They suggest that you use straps to secure the bottles on bumpsier rides. The upper part of the bottle holder has a design that helps hold the bottle firmly. The carbon holder is easy to use. The design of the bolt holes is very good, they have enough room for a larger headed screw and so the screw head doesn't mangle your bottle.
👤When I got a new fuze this spring, I switched my carbon cage to it and put these on my salsa timberjack. I was not expecting much from these carbon cages. I was pleasantly surprised. The things are awesome at a quarter of the price. I would recommend it.
👤These are an acceptable substitute for carbon cages. They're stiff, profile is appropriate for higher-end frames.
👤I could have purchased a bottle cage that cost more than the one I have now. If you ride rocky mountain bike trails, don't buy it. It might be fine for road biking. I'm not sure. I reached down to grab a sip of water 30 minutes into the race on a hot day. There was nothing there. It was brutal.
👤The description and pictures were not clear. I was expecting a couple of bottle holders. I got one. There is a hidden selection for two. The product is good, but not great, except for what I mentioned before.
👤The bolts included don't fit my new Trek bike, so it seems like quality is good. I'm not sure if I'll return it or go to the hardware store to get the bolts and washers.
👤The cage works well on my TREK. It blends perfectly with the carbon fiber frame. The water bottle is stable on the trails.
👤The bottle cage was plased in a shipping bage. It looks like it would work. I can't use it with this damage.
👤The Anjoy cages have a very cool look. Don't even think about paying over $60 for a name brand carbon fiber cage when you get two Anjoy's for $27! These cages are very light and durable.
👤Picture missleading... It's not for 1 pair, just be careful. I've never been caught by this before. Overall good product. The seller had 2 bottle holders. You can find a pair for a few dollars more if you search on Amazon.
The bike bottle cage is easy to install and comes with 2 screws per bottle cage that will give it a firm hold against the threaded holes on your bike. The water bladder is INSULATED. The standard for optimal performance in the bicycle industry is set by the CamelBak Podium Chill Insulated Water Bottle. It has double wall insulation and a positive cap to keep liquids cold. The Podium bike, squeeze bottle is designed to fit securely in a variety of bottle cages. It is easy to squeeze, which makes it easier to get a more fluid intake. The CamelBak bike water bottle has a self-sealing cap. This increases flow rate while eliminating spills. The CamelBak Podium Chill is easy to clean and has aBPA-free design. All parts can be separated for easier cleaning, and plastic materials are free of the harmful substances BPF, andBPA. If they build it, they'll give you a lifetime guarantee on all of the products.
👤I'm torn on these bottles. They're an ounce smaller because they were redesign to fit in cages better. The old one fit in my sideswipe cages just fine. The bottles are harder to squeeze. The new cap is a winner. Its shorter, has better flow, and comes apart better to clean than the old ones. I bought a bunch of new lids for my old bottles after I returned the new bottle. That's the best of both worlds for me.
👤The bottle is not damaged. It keeps things cold for a while. A 4 hour bike ride in 90 degree heat is too much for a soft bottle. The problem is the top. It is a design flaw that Camelback is different just by being different. What Apple would call a feature? With a normal bottle, it is easy to pull the top up with your teeth, squeeze some water into your mouth, push the top back down, and put it back. You can stay on top of things. It is not easy to close it while riding. It will leak if full-ish and in the open position, just like any other bottle. This is why a pull top with an easy to open and close feature is important. I think it's still useful for a stop bottle. It would be great if Camelback was willing to change their silly top designs for the sake of being different. It is the best way to do something when everyone else is doing it the same way. Most of the time simpler is better. Both of those rules were violated by Camelback.
👤You are not paying for a bottle of water. You are paying for the design that went into the lid. This bottle is awesome. I picked it up because I have been extending the duration of my rides and carrying just one was limiting my ability to go further without stops to re-hydrate. There is a It makes fuel intake on the go much better. It was easy by a factor of 3. I didn't know my bottle's nozzle solution was under-innovated until I tried this one. Normally when you pull from your bottle, you expect the walls of the bottle to fall down and you can only drink until your cheeks hurt, and you have to let the bottle re-set before you can drink again. The camelbak is able to pull a steady stream of fuel without air bubbles, and the walls of the bottle don't cavitate at all. You can still squeeze the sides for quicker delivery if you are in a rush. It does this all the time. Even when the delivery detent is switched to open, it doesn't lose a single drop. There is a The bottle is not better or worse than the other bottle I have already. The gatorade drink mix was still chilled enough to make the oncoming miles more doable after a 3 hour ride in the morning heat. Zero buyers remorse here. I wish I had more than the two I bought.
Can hold cans from 12 to 24 ounces, cups up to 30 ounces, plastic cups, water bottles, keys, phone, speaker, wallet, snacks, or anything you want. The bicycle cup holder is designed to fit almost any size drink container. They are available in black, blue and red. Their bike coffee cup holder has rubber pads that keep drinks in place on rough terrain. The sleek design makes it easy to get hydration when you need it. The bike cup holder is easy to install with an integrated thumb screw. The mount is great for strollers and bikes. The cup holder for bikes is made with precision molded thermoplastic and STAINLESS hardware. It is highly affordable without sacrificing quality. Their bike cup holders are complete with a limited lifetime warranty, and are in a league of their own. Simply reach out with any questions, as they offer US-based customer support.
👤I've tried a lot of drink holders. The heavy duty ones are too inflexible to hold different sized containers, and the more flexible ones can't stand up to large containers. I like how light and inexpensive this one is. The drink container is very flexible. Modern bikes have large diameter handle bars that can present challenges. I had to remove all of the rubber spacers because my bar is large. Without the rubber to help grip, the device tries to rotate. The plastic can break if you tighten the screw. The solution is to put a little silicone or polyurethane glue between the bar and the clamp and let it dry. The drink holder won't rotate no matter how heavy the drink is.
👤Doesn't fit my handlebars. Disappointed. I'm going to try to get a refund. I removed all the shims and still have my handlebars and stem. I ride a road bike to work. It's not intended for that kind of bike.
👤I returned this. I probably wouldn't have kept it if it weren't for the fact that the attachment clip was too small to attach to my Schwinn 3 speed. The plastic holder has a very tight fit. I'm pretty sure it would hold a drink in place, but it was hard to get cups out of the cup and it wouldn't allow you to remove the cup while biking. The rubber pieces that add grip fell off.
👤This is a great product at this price point. I decided to review this product because of the poor reviews. I bought this for my daughter. She didn't have the holes on her frame to buy a bottle holder. She had a beverage holder on her handlebars. I was a bit skeptical when I first saw it. One review stated that it wouldn't hold a bottle. That is incorrect. It holds a standard water bottle. My daughter and I have biked 10 miles each time and held a water bottle. The other day, we went to a donut shop and it held her small cold brew, no issues. My daughter has a vehicle. I'm sure that I could install this on my bikes. If it were in stock, I would order a second one.
👤The bars that have rise and angles are the only places that have free vacancies for cup holders. It doesn't have any points to get an ideal angle. This isn't horrible if you have horizontal real estate on your bars. It felt flimsy, but would hold a beer or coffee. It is limited to that specific use. I will either pass it off to someone that can use it or hold onto it for a future fit. It's a small loss since it's cheap.
👤I like the idea of a cup holder. I needed a drink holder to bring my drink home from Starbucks. It was very easy to install. It's too tight and the lid needs to be removed immediately. We can't use cups that are strong because of carbon dioxide. The rubber pieces inside the cup holder kept popping out when I tried it on my cup.
Drink Clean is 100%BPA Free and tastes your water and nothing else. It's dishwasher safe. If you have a product issue, they're happy to give you a Refunds or a Replacement. It's so useful. The bike water bottle holder can hold different sizes of containers. There is a perfect fit for your 8-32-ounce kids' bottles, soft drink, coffee cups, tumblers, and big sports bottles. The bike bottle holder is very well built. Adaptable water bottle holder. The installation of the bike cup holder is very simple. The holder can be easily fit to the shape of the bike because of the strips being removed. There is a video on the listing. The water holder is awesome. Excellent material and thermal insulation. The bottle holder for bike is designed to keep drinks cold in hot weather and warm in cold weather. It is made from premium 600 Denier Oxford cloth, 20CC PEVA and aluminum foil. It is lightweight and has good insulation features. The drink holder is well made. The carrIER is nice. The bike drink holder has different installation positions. You can always find a good place to firmly mount this product on a bicycle. The product does not budge if you install it properly with the attached tabs. The bike water bottle cages are very sturdy. TILE andFUNCTIONAL: The cup holder for bike can be used to hold a variety of small items. You can put a big phone in the pocket on the side. There are many loops and mounting positions that can be used to hang decorations. It has a shoulder loop that can be taken to trip. The bicycle cup holder isElaborate product. TILE andFUNCTIONAL: The cup holder for bike can be used to hold a variety of small items. You can put a big phone in the pocket on the side. There are many loops and mounting positions that can be used to hang decorations. It has a shoulder loop that can be taken to trip. The bicycle cup holder isElaborate product.
👤The product has enough straps to hold your bike in place. I bought it because I wanted to have a better access to the water bottle. It is very easy to grab a bottle, but it is hard to put it back in its pouch while riding. It folds. To fit the bottle back, you have to be careful. I ride at 15 mph so is not only hard, but it is dangerous if you are a leisure rider. I need to return it before I fall from the bike.
👤I had a hard time getting the water bottle out of the lower holder. I can grab and leave with this. My cold drinks keep ice when it's hot.
👤It's perfect for my bike. It's much better than a metal water bottle holder that is awkward between your legs. You don't have to look down at your toes while trying to reset your water bottle because you can keep looking ahead. It's easy to put my water bottle in the out. It is insulated and has a call that you can cinch up so it doesn't let cold air escape. In Texas, where the weather is hot, I have a convenient location on my handlebars, where I can change its position whenever I want, because of the Velcro. A metal water bottle holder is screwed in one spot. The typical position for a metal water bottle holder is eliminated by the big battery on my E bike. This is a great solution. I hope you liked my review.
👤I bought an e bike that has a battery that's more convenient than a bottle holder. I needed an alternative. I like the idea of the holder on my handle bar. Even if your bike doesn't have standard dimensions, this bottle holder gives you the flexibility of adding a bottle holder anywhere on your bike. There is a The included straps give you a lot of flexibility. The bottle holder is very stable. I use it to hold my bottles and bike tools. If you don't have a place for a bottle holder on your e bike, it's highly recommended.
👤I bought this to spray my bike with bear spray. I haven't ridden with it, but it seems very secure. I wanted to carry it on my bar that is 5 inches round. I was able to pull for emergencies because I was able to tighten the spray in the case. We will see!
👤The bottle holder is very good. The inside of the holder was lined with a thermal material. I didn't think this would happen for the low price we paid. The fact that the velkro strips are not permanent made me excited, as it made it easier to fit this holder to the shape of your bike. The side pocket is very soft and durable. Highly recommend!
👤Everything as advertised was well built. I attached some items to theloops, one on each side near the top. I use a hook to hang my keys from the other, and I have a device for things not to touch with bare hands. This product is good for my cups. When the knee cart is moving, it is great to keep my hands where they belong. Couldn't be happier, it was well made. This product is very good.
The bicycle water bottle cage is very easy to install, it is mounted on the bike handlebars by straps. It is easy to handle without restrictions according to their guidelines. If you have any questions about their products, please contact them by email and they will be happy to help. You should secure your water bottle. The bottle cage is fastened to the bike frame with 2 screws and has a firm hold, so it stays in its place even when riding fast or on bumpy trails. You should keep your bottle scratch-free. The bike bottle holder is less likely to scratch the finish on most water bottles because it is less abrasive. It's perfect for road or trail applications because it's lightweight and highly resilient. It's for most water bottles. The Wraparound arm design fits most bike water bottles. The bottles are 500 to 750 liters. It is easy to install and comes with 2 screws which give it a firm hold when secured against the threaded holes on your bike's frame. You can change which side of your bike you can access your bottle from with the unique L-shaped accessory. It is easy to install and comes with 2 screws which give it a firm hold when secured against the threaded holes on your bike's frame. You can change which side of your bike you can access your bottle from with the unique L-shaped accessory.
👤A bottle cage doesn't leave enough room in the frame opening of my car, even with a cage adapter. The problem was solved by holding a 21oz bottle for a day of downhill riding.
👤I liked the way it was going in. The bike is very convenient for carrying a water bottle.
👤It works as it should and I have not had any problems with my water bottle coming out while I ride roads and gravel.
👤The plastic bottle has stayed put, I've ridden hard on the trails. It might be difficult to get easy access while riding. I only drink when it's perfect for me.
👤It holds the bottle securely, no problem at all.
👤The bottle is held well but not tight for easy access. It's perfect for that tight frame area. Will install for both right and left handed access.
👤My kids' bikes were too small to fit a water bottle in any other way, so I installed side-loading bottle cages on them. I realized that side-loading cages are a better option for smaller bikes. I got a side-loading cage for my Trek Marlin 6. It was as easy to install as a bike cage. I was impressed by one thing. The side-loading cages are either left- or right-handed, depending on which side of the bike you want to access the bottle from. The clever design of the N+1 cage allows you to install it either way. There is a The plastic feels flexible, that's my only reservation. I was worried that it wouldn't hold the bottle well enough, but I did a test ride and shook the bike hard, and the bottle stayed in place. I'm happy with it so far. I hope the review helped you.
We stand behind the quality of their products and if you have a problem with them, they are happy to replace orRefund your item. The 24oz sport drinking bottle is easy to squeeze. The push/pull cap is easy to open and close and allows for a strong flow of water to quench your thirst. The bottle cage is smooth and won't scratch your bottle. The bike water bottle cage is different from other bike water bottle holders. The bike water bottle holder is easy to install and can fix the bicycle water bottle cage. The bicycle water bottler and cage could be mounted on most bikes. Can be used by a professional cyclist. 100% satisfaction guarantee! Please contact them if you have a question.
👤The product quality is cheap. I don't like the smell of the bottle. I bought this because of the price and I am not happy with my order. I don't feel like drinking from this bottle because of the smell. I don't know if it's the smell of the bottle or something else. The bottle cage looks good, but it's not very good.
👤This is a good deal for the price. The cage is strong and flexible, and securely holds water bottles for biking. The bottle that comes with the deal is not really attractive. I would have just purchased a cage and used the bottles I already have.
👤Happy with it. I got what I was expecting.
👤It was installed with no issues and it held the water bottle just right.
👤Looks good mounted. There was no nasty taste from the bottle.
👤It's unbeatable for the price.
👤The cages broke after 5 rides. The quality is not good when you return.
👤Thanks for the work on my bike.
👤I agree with Adan. I've been cycling for 49 years and have had many water cage/bottle combinations on many, many bikes and this thing is a joke. There is a The plastic cage is so tight that it will eventually cut through the bottle. It's a big distraction to try to remove the bottle while riding. There is a If you search for high quality brand name cycling products on Amazon, you will be disappointed. It's cheap to use a few times and then throw it away. You can buy something decent at a bike shop. It will work well and last a long time if you pay 2 or 3 times more.
👤It's easy to fit and use. The bottle is held firm enough that I can drink without having to stop.
👤It is simple and does what you want. The bottle has a very secure fit and a good grip. The bottle is large and works well. Would recommend.
👤They used them as water bottles for school when they received them as a Christmas present.
Includes a bag. Matching your bike will be done with a cold-pressed hard shell process. The material is light and resistant to falling. Even if your bike wobbles, you won't have to worry about it rubbing your legs. The waterproof fabric has a better waterproof effect. Try to avoid heavy rain by using the zip up. To clean a stain, use a damp rag. Internal mesh pockets will prevent items from moving around to protect your valuables like keys, wallet, phone, cash and gloves. CO2 inflator, spare intertube, tire levers, and other necessary tools will be stored for long rides. The portable tool bag is lightweight and portable. It will make your cycling experience more convenient. Take your stuff with you. The product size is 190 X 85 X 80 and the weight is 125 g. There is a worry-free customer service. If you have any questions about the product, please contact their customer service immediately.
👤The water bottle cage on your mountain bike will not fit a water bottle in this case. You can see pics for size. There are two nets on each side of the inside. There is a good amount of space for a bike tool and tire repair kit. It has a nice snug fit in the cage and a nice shape on the back that makes it easy tolatch into place. It takes a little effort to get it in and out, which isn't a problem, hopefully you won't need it that much on a ride. This is a well thought out little product that looks good and has high function.
👤There is a change to 5 star. I have been using this for a while. There is a The integrity of the zipper has not changed. There is a Even when the bike has been dropped or crashed, the thing has never fallen out. There is a One bike has an old metal water bottle holder while my other bike has a plastic open side bottle holder. There is a Even though the plastic holder made me think it wouldn't stay in place, there were no problems with either. Thoroughly pleased. I used an old water bottle to hold tools. The thin neck of most water bottles makes it hard to fit tools in them. The bag held everything the bottle did. There is a The kit was in place during some rough riding. The zip-tie might be able to hold the kit in place. There is a CON: The only reason that it was marked four stars was because it didn't fit in the water bottle holder. If you turn the kit upside-down, it will work better. There is a I am not sure if the zipper will work. There is a This thing is not water proof. You will need to dry the kit if you ride through a creek.
👤I can fit my phone in the case and still have room to work with, as it is capacious. The shell is made of a foam that is not waterproof and is water resistant. I had to slip an old inner tube underneath it to prevent it from sliding on my tube because the straps were not strong enough, and it was not easy to pull tightly enough. There is a There is a small string of fine text on the side of the bag that says, "A refreshing experience for your bicycle ridding." Yes.
👤A ride is about 10,000 a year. I have a lot of bikes that I use for rides. It is easy to transfer from bike to bike with this hard case, it is snug and easy to open. I have a bag on my bike, but I have a radar on my bike. One large water bottle is fine for 40 miles on most of my rides. I don't miss the extra bottle cage. I need to hydration before a ride. Everything I need is in the case. I usually put a tube under the seat or in my pocket. The case is made from a vacuum formed shell and has a decent zip. With a flat, you just lay the case on the ground and have all your tools in easy reach. Highly recommended.
Aduro Lifetime 100% satisfaction guarantee covers these water bottle holders. Let them know if you have any issues. They can either replace them at no cost or give them a full refund. Dust cap prevents debris from sticking to the spout. Extra grip and style is provided by co-molded grips. There is a single unit of water bottle and cage.
👤I bought the Schwinn 23oz sport bottle and cage combo for my son's mountain bike. He recently got into biking and needed a way to drink more water. We haven't taken this combo on a ride yet as it's still cold in PA, but I have found a few positives, including a bottle that's nice construction and no plastic-y. It's not rust, it has a nice finish that matches the bottle and my son's black and green MTB, it's rigid enough to hold bottle but flexible enough to adjust. I can't speak to how well the brackets work because my son's MTB had braze-on holes. If you need to use it, I think rubber backing between the brackets and the tubing would help. Schwinn was still nice even though it wasn't included. The brackets and hardware were provided. There is a The bottle had a plastic-y smell, which worried me at first, but it turned out not to be a big deal. I worry about the housing being thinner if it ever gets brittle. I worry that the grips might peel off with age. I will need to work with my son to make sure he slides the bottle in the cage with the grips not facing the "lip" of the cage that holds the bottle in place. The bottle had a plastic smell to it, which worried me, but I washed the nozzle in a baking soda/water mix and rinse it well. I put a small drop of dish soap inside the bottle and washed it, then I washed it with a quarter lemon juice to 1/3 water solution and then rinse it thoroughly. Problem solved. The bottle did not smell plastic or have a plastic taste in the water. I don't put plastic in the dishwasher because the bottle is dishwasher safe. The plastic is washed by hand and allowed to dry. off! I worry that the silicone grips might come off the bottle if placed in the dishwasher. Glue and heat don't work well together. The seal around the bottle is created by the lipped area of the bottle cap. The plastic is the same as the cap. It is not Silicone, does not have a gasket, and uses compression to create a seal. It didn't leak when tested, but keep this in mind. The bottle housing is not insulated, and it's not likely to keep liquids as cold as insulated bottles and is more likely to sweat. I haven't used this yet on a ride. It will be interesting to find out how well it does. When the plastic heats up on hotter days and longer hauls, I don't expect much from it. Is it a good idea to purchase this combo? If you're looking for a budget bottle that will get you through a short trip with ice cubes and chilled liquid, or a slightly longer trip with water and ice, then you're in the right place. Keep shopping if you want an insulated bottle for long hauls. There is a I paid the advertised price for this product. I write reviews for items I use and test. I did the best I could at the time I wrote this review and always welcome constructive feedback to make my reviews better, and all questions related to this review, where I can. Within a reasonable period from the date I posted the review, I will try to address both. My time isn't always my own because I'm a family man. Thanks for understanding.
One year limited warranty. The product is covered by a warranty. 30 days Money Back Guarantee with 1 year warranty is what they offer, they are so confident that you will love this product. Stay hydrated on your ride with easy access to your bike water bottle. It's great for road, mountain, hybrid, touring and electric bicycles. You can go the distance if you buy bottle cages. Whether you're riding fast on roads or bumpy trails, the bottle retention system ensures a full bottle stays firmly in place. The following sizes are included: 20, 21, 25, 24, 25 & 32 oz. One-piece flexible design. It is possible to fit slightly smaller or larger bike water bottles. Superb Durable Quality and Stunning Finish to Match Your Bike - CNC machined aluminum alloy, heated treated for a strong and lightweight design. The finish is powder coated and high tumble polished. It is very easy to wipe off. The weight is only 48g/1.69oz. It was quick and easy. Mount your bike frame in 60 seconds. Oval mounting holes allow for fine tuning of position. There are 2 bolts with shir steel. threaded holes are required for the installation of bottle cage. They are so confident in the quality of their products that if you have any product issues, they are very happy to either provide aRefund or aReplacement.
👤I ordered two of the cages after reading the reviews. They fit well and were the same as any cage. I lost a bottle on the first ride. I was on my first ride with them and the bottle was completely different than it was when I got it. Since I own them, I bend them so they are tight, but by the end of my ride, they are loose and lose bottles. Highly recommend avoiding these cages. I lost a bottle this morning which I didn't realize, so I ordered new cages.
👤The water cage on some mountain bikes is too high for a larger water bottle. There's plenty of clearance for the suspension on my bike, so that the water bottle could sit lower. A water bottle cage is not made. I found this one that has a solid back that I could drill a new mounting hole into, allowing the water bottle cage to sit about 1.5" lower, allowing for a larger water bottle. I can fit a 33 ounce bottle in my hand. The material was easy to drill through. The water bottle cage has screws. If I placed the screw at the top of the cage, it wouldn't interfere with the water bottle. I backed the new hole with a rubber washer because the back plane doesn't rest flush on the frame. The cage seems to be well-made. The material is light and strong. 55 grams is the weight of the cage with screws. The last cage was weighted with screws. If you ride on rough terrain, this one can be adjusted to hug the water bottle tighter or looser. Pull the tabs apart gently or squeeze them together to bend them. Happy riding! The rubber side should be kept down.
👤It's hard to be excited about a cage. I don't think they improve the aesthetic of a frame, but this one surprised and impressed me immediately. I've had others of this shape in plastic and carbon but this one is just as nice looking and much more sturdy. It's great for horizontal applications. The top bolt is difficult to use with a tri-tool and the black finish seems durable. This is my first review for a bike part, and I have been biking for 30 years.
👤I am a mechanical designer and I design a lot of metal parts. I look at items with a critical eye because I do a lot of things. I really like this bottle cage. The design is modern and sleek. The weight advantage was maximized without compromising strength. It is a lightweight metal, powder coated with a black finish that looks great on my orange and black bike. Excellent finish and easy to install. It can be painted if the finish gets a little "beat up" over time. I am seriously considering purchasing a second bottle holder mount for my bike because it has two locations on it. Everyone did a nice job.
👤A great cage. This is better than cages that drop bottles in rough terrain, and it holds in rock gardens and rocky descents. The cage is tight over the CamelBak Podium Big Chill insulated water bottle. I think it could hold a bigger bottle. The attached image shows a bottle that has a nicely-fitting prong that helps with longitudinal movement. It's simply wrapped around your bottle. I suppose there are equivalents of "known" brands, but this one looks great, is alloy and holds well. The manufacturer should send some samples to the brands to have their product tested against them. It would hold up.
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