The package includes a water bottle holder and screws. The quick release bottle cage is made with advanced engineer plastic and aluminum alloy. 2.Adjustable is adjusted with size. The bicycle bottle cage can hold a bottle on a mountain bike. There is no need to worry about it falling on your ride. The bicycle bottle holder has smooth surfaces. A well-designed inexpensive cup holder. You can put it on your bike anywhere. Money-back guarantee for 5.30 days. If you're not happy with your purchase, you can return it for a refund.
👤It fits well and is tight. The bottle holder is flexible. It holds a quart insulated bottle for me. It's easy to remove the bottle. It's working as expected.
The 3 Velcro straps on the back and bottom can be adjusted to fit most types of bikes, so it can grasp tightly on the bicycle frames. Even if you ride on a bumpy road, it doesn't move. The 50 Strong water bottle holder is lightweight and easy to install. Attach your bike's frame with your existing screws and pop in your favorite bottle before you start riding. It's great for road, mountain, hybrid, touring, triathlon and electric bicycles. There are two bike cages for sale. Screws are not included. The light weight cycling cage is designed to fit most brands of bike water bottles. It's designed by a cyclist and allows you to access your water bottle. Attach the cages to your bike. Black, green, blue, red, pink, and white are available. Their bike cage is made from premium plastic so that it can hold up to any bumps in the road and your endless hours of scenic rides. You can keep hydrated on road and trail rides with this bike cage. The bike water bottle holder is made in the USA.
👤Sometimes stuff happens. The bottles cages I received were faulty. It was too tight to remove a bottle because the "wings" were too close together. I wrote a note to 50 Strong. I received a reply the same day that said they would replace the bottle cage. The package I received two days later contained two bottle cages, a hand written note from the customer service rep apologizing for the issue, and a package with one bottle and two bottle cages. Customer service is what my friends are called.
👤These cages are strong and cheap. It seems to be a tougher type of plastic and made thicker than others at a similar price. I have had 2 for a year or more. Extras for new bikes are not replacements as they don't break. There is a There are two things that work for me. They are a little tighter than cages, so they will hold a standard water or soda bottle, whereas a lot of cages will fall out. The tab at the bottom of the cage sticks out further than most cages so that even an undersized bottle won't fall through. I carry a standard 500ml water bottle with a thin neoprene coozie on, and they fit great. The cages have enough space to hold a larger soda or gatoraid bottle, as well as a bike water bottle. 2. The mounting holes are lower in the cage. The lower hole is under the cage. This works great on my folding bikes, as it keeps the cage higher up the frame tube and it isn't in the way of the folding mechanism. I keep the bottle out of the chainring on another bike. If you put a bigger bottle in the cage it would rub on the chain because it sat just low. The location of the mounting holes in the previous cages made them sit about an inch lower. There is a Quality and price are nice.
👤I bought 2 sets of these in a single month. The first set was perfect. Quite happy. So bought another. There were 2 issues, 1 minor and 1 major in the second set. The mounting screws weren't included. I lost a bottle on a paved road ride because it was spread open. The set I bought first had a 1/2 gap, the second had a 1/2 gap, and the loose set had a 1/2 gap. The second set was shipped with one jammed inside the other to fit in a smaller box, and I suspect that it affected them. Cheap shipping and packaging ruined a good purchase. The tight one is usable, but I will have to buy a new cage to replace the loose one, and buy a replacement for the $25 bottle.
👤When I got my bike three years ago, it came with one of these, and I'm happy to find more like it. It doesn't scratch up a Hydroflask like all the other bottle cages. I don't think it will break soon, and I don't think it will crack soon either. It doesn't come with hardware, so reviews are upset. Most cages don't have the hardware that came with the bike.
We 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. The 22 ounce 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 50 Strong water bottle holder is lightweight and easy to install. It's great for road, mountain, hybrid, touring and electric bicycles and can be used by a professional cyclist or someone riding just for fun. Does not include mounting screws. 2 Pack Super combo. The set comes with two light weight bike water bottles and two sturdy bike cages. Premium plastic bottle holders are designed to last and support you on your biking adventures, races, triathlon or riding on the roads. 50 Strong makes its products in America. They are a family-owned business that is proud of its craftsmanship and customer service. Their state of the art factory in Ohio is where they manufacture high quality products. Their talented employees create innovative products to help you lead a more active lifestyle. They want you to be as happy with their products as they are, and that's why they have a satisfaction guaranteed. They offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee if you are not. They will send you a full refund or a replacement product if you contact them.
👤Did it come with screws or a way to attach it to the bike? How am I supposed to use it?
👤I picked up some water bottles and cages for our bikes. They seem to be very durable. The plastic cages hold the bottles securely and won't bend like aluminum cages. I didn't notice a plastic smell in the bottles after washing them. The bottles can be thrown in the dishwasher.
👤Great bottles. I mounted them on my bikes. They fit perfectly and do not affect my riding. I had two falls after installing them, but the bottled stayed in the rack. Great product and fast delivery.
👤The bottles seem to be okay. I tried to put the cap on. One of the 2 packs was used to thread. They only do cross-thread and leak. I would give a 0 star if I could.
👤You get a lot of value out of this for the money. You can tell it's cheap, but who cares? The bike shops were selling bottle holders. I would buy this product again. I don't think it's a good idea to spend over $20 for something to hold a water bottle.
👤The bottles are garbage. Water leaks from the cap when I take a drink. There is no seal on the cap to stop leaks. They still leak even if I put the cap on flush.
👤It seemed like a great deal at first, 2 bottles and 2 cages for $16. It was easy to install and match the factory mounts on my Cannondale Topstone. I had no issues for a couple of weeks, until I hit a small hole in the road and the bottom tab that holds the bottle snapped off. I did not lose the bottle. The bottle was only half full when this happened, so I am surprised at how brittle the material is. The bottles fit tightly and seem to seal well. When I first got them, there was a strong smell. After washing it several times with soap and hot water, I can still smell it. I think putting them in the dishwasher would help. There is an update. The second one broke a few times, the same thing as the first one, hit abump in the road and snapped. The retainer is between the cage and the bike. The P3Steel 2.5 was printed out. It works like a charm.
👤The bottles leak. All of my water spilled out after I hit a bump in the road and both bottles fell out. Absolutely frustrating.
👤I disliked that I had to accept black bottles but was contacted by a company that said they were out of stock and could send the black ones. It doesn't fit my bike.
Back up from Bush. If there is any issues with the product, please let them know and they will follow up. There are four different colors: Black, Carbon Patter, Silver, and White. The bottle cage is made of light weight material. 1.5 ounces is the weight of each bottle cage. Extra strength is achieved by the high-quality material and manufacturing process. Most standard water bladders are compatible. The bottle holder fits the bottle perfectly. The design of the water bottle makes it easy to access it. Easy installation. Attach cages with screw holes on the frame using a 4mm key. The 4 X M5 X 12 screws are the standard size for water bottle cage mounts. Bicycle frames need threaded holes for bottle cages. 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.
👤I wanted to be inside these cages. They are lightweight and hold bottles well, but after only 4 rides the cages are rubbing off. It's rubbing on the bottles in the pictures. The black substance from the bottles gets on my hands and makes it difficult to clean them. I wouldn't recommend or buy again because of this.
👤I don't know how this item has received good reviews. I couldn't wait to get rid of it after having it for a few months. The issue is that the black coating on the metal has been constantly wearing off due to the fact that my water bottle is made of metal, and it creates a nasty grey paste that coats my hands after every ride. Don't buy this one, buy something that doesn't wear so easily.
👤I wanted some carbon-looking cages for my carbon road bike without having to spend hundreds of dollars to save a few grams. I've done almost 4,000 miles with them and they still hold the bottles well. There is a My water bottles have all of the paint off of them, and now my Camelback podium bottles are half black from where they've been inserted. I picked up bottles and will be replacing the cages with something else. There is a The cages did to my water bottles.
👤These were bought as a replacement for cheapo cages that felt like they were going to let my water bottles fly randomly off my bike, causing a massive 20 car pile-up. I needed a firm hold on a heavy bottle when I got a set of large bottles. These cages are great. They were installed using included screws. I think they look great. They hold my water bottles well. I have to jam the bottle in order to get it seated. There's no way the bottle is going to fall out. There is a These are a good value and highly recommended. Would buy again.
👤The body might be fine. I had to cut through it because it looked aluminum. The screws were of such poor quality that the entire product was damaged. I relocated the cage after my initial installation. I chose to install it on the rear seat post extension because of my needs. I had to cut the screw through the cage because the screws wouldn't come off. The seat post extension it damaged was more expensive than the product. The seat cage mount extension is not usable. It cut through half of my day. I don't know how I would handle this product if I had installed it on the carbon down tube. It performs okay for the first few times. The cage gets loose due to its aluminum construction. During the middle of my rides, my hydration bottles slipped out and stopped for me, disengaging from my paces. Not a good product!
👤The light is super. It was on time. I used the bolts that came with my Rockhopper. It works for my polar bottle. I like the design. My bottle clears my frame if the bottom hold is at the perfect place. I don't like logos on anything, but they need to advertise somehow, because I don't like the Ibera logo on the side. If the logo was on the inside, it would've been nicer.
It is easy to install with matched hardware. It's great for a bicycle. Durable Materials The water bottle brackets are made of 7075 aluminum. The bottle mount is strong. No rust, light, or long service life. It's easy to install and remove a water bottle holder. The bike bottle cage is easy to change. You don't need to remove the brake handlebar or Seatpost, you just need to tighten them. The bicycle seatpost is secured with double screws to ensure a secure and firm grip so you don't have to worry about it falling out while biking. The bicycle water bottle holder is compatible with the seatpost and can be installed on the handlebars. The punching is standardized and the distance between the two mount holes is 65mm. Most bike and water bottle brackets are compatible with the bicycle bottle cage adapter. Their goal is 100% satisfaction. If you have any issues, please reach out to them so they can solve them for you.
👤This worked out great for my e-bike handlebars. My bike-dealer told me that he had no accessories for my Cannondale e-bike, and that he was unaware of any that would be able to attach a water bottle holder. This is it! The two different size black silicone adapters allowed me to attach it to my handlebars with ease. The Allen wrench was supplied to make installation easy. It appears to be sturdy and has two screws to attach it to the bar, which means it will fit almost any bar. This is the one that I need.
👤Good product. The holder on my handle bar has worked well after a few uses. There is a Since there isn't enough room for a water bottle cage on the down tube or seat tube, I can't mount it on my ebike. The water bottle screws were put on the top tube. My crotch ends up on the water bottle cage if I hop forward off the seat. What were they thinking? I can force this mount to twist if I need to, but it hasn't moved while I've been riding. It was worth $9 when I bought it in June of 2021.
👤The battery mount on my electric bike required two holes and I recently purchased a Hilltopper Electric Bike Kit. The air pump is powered by the other holes. I had to find a way to put my water bottle holder on the handlebars. I did not find a bike store in the area. I immediately thought of Amazon and found the mount I was looking for, it was made of aluminum and a total of four screws had to line up and screw in. It was easy to install and work. It was mounted onto my step without difficulty. It is secure. It is Awesome.
👤I had to glue the two pieces together because the single screw connecting the water holder to the bar holder wasn't cutting it. I knocked off a star once I did that.
👤I haven't taken them on long road trips. These should last a long time if you keep an eye on the screws holding it together and add a locking washer where the cage brackets meet the clamp. For any light duty cruising or road riding.
👤My road bike did not have mounting studs for a water bottle. This is a great piece of equipment. It is light and works with the bottle cage that I chose.
For use with bottle cages. It's more convenient to use the water bottle while riding the KABON Bike Bottle Cage with side entry and double pull design. It's great for road, mountain, hybrid, touring, triathlon and electric bicycles. The hold on the side entry water bottle cages is sturdy and secure, which will ensure that the bottle stays in its place even when riding fast or on bumpy trails. It's less likely to scratch the finish on most water bottles. The cages are made to fit most standard size water bottles and can be closed or opened to change the tension on the bottle. One-piece flexible design allows to hold all water bottle in a certain size. It's easy to install. The bike bottle cage comes with 2 standard size screws and an allen wrench. The hole in the frame is designed to allow fine tuning. A Allen wrench is provided. You can buy with confidence because they want you to be happy. If KABON side pull bottle cages don't meet your expectations, please contact them. They offer a money back guarantee.
👤I had to buy a side-load holder because that's the only way I can get a 40oz Hydro Cell bottle in and out of a holder in the space allotted on my bike. The sound of the bottle hitting the concrete made a loud pop sound, almost like a small balloon popping, that groups of people walking in front of me all turned around and looked to see what I was up to. Not really happy about that. A solution would have been to include a strap that would hold bottles in, which I think should come with it. The regular sized plastic Propel bottles won't fit in this holder, it's too small. The quality of the mount itself is nice, except for the flaw of your bottle falling out. It's made of metal and comes with everything you need to mount it on your bike.
👤The bottle stays in the cage over chunk even though my bottle is not perfect. There is a The bottle rests on the seat tube despite the cage being adjusted all the way forward. The bottle left a mark on my frame. I put extra frame protection in the area, and found a small flaw in the frame protection. I think I can try a smaller bottle, but it would be useless. A smaller bottle won't be enough for my hydration pack, so I'm using a bottle. I will have to experiment or even replace it.
👤It seemed weird for my bottle. It was perfect and held securely. The side load feature and larger size made me like them. After a few rides, the bottom tab bent almost straight and my bottle slid down. It didn't help to bend it back. I have two bikes and one of these. Same problem on both. Even though it is supposedly made for a bigger bottle, it is not strong enough. Very weak construction.
👤I have a bottle on my bike that is very secure over technical terrain. I like being able to leave the CamelBak at home for shorter rides, I get less sweaty. I wanted an alloy one. I needed to make slight bends to keep my bottle secure.
👤I need to find a bottle for this. I have a million bottles, but only one works because it is narrow. The quality was great and thus 4 stars.
👤It's good and bad, lightweight and bendable. It's nice to be able to bend certain size water bottles. It might wear out early. I think it's still worth 5 stars.
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 bottle cage made of high quality PC material is lightweight and durable, making it easy to install. It's great for road, mountain, hybrid, touring and electric bicycles. The bottle retention system is strong and secure. It fits most bike water bottles. The screws are standard size for water bottle mounts to most of bikes, and washers are suggested for tight fixing. The water bottle holder has arms that wrap around the bottle for a secure hold so you don't have to worry about it falling out during your ride. It's easy to get your bike water bottle when you need it. You can go the distance if you buy bottle cages. It's easy to get your bike water bottle when you need it. You can go the distance if you buy bottle cages.
👤I got a set for my Cannondale. The bottle is very stiff and holds up well on the bumpy roads, so it won't fall out. It has a nice finish that doesn't scratch the bottle. The best option for a racing bike would be to return the bottle to the cage, since it requires some accuracy. If you're using a cage-mounted air pump, there are four bolts that won't work. If they last a few seasons, they were worth it.
👤One of the alloy aluminum ones I had had a broken weld and I bought these to replace it. I've tested them once before. I measured them myself because I can't find the size information in the item description, and I saw that a lot of people were having trouble putting their bottles in them. I don't think I would try a bottle larger than 20 ounces, because it fits tightly. It is difficult to insert the bottle from the side, but it works best if you put the bottle straight down. I used the existing screws because the screws that came with them weren't made of shirring material. They look nice and are good with the right bottle.
👤These are easy to install and look nice. They have been on my wife's bike for a while. I bought them for her. The cages are small and tight. We use insulated polar sports bottles on our bikes. It's difficult to get your bottles back in the cages while riding. My wife is trying to get bottles back in the cages. This would have been 5 stars if it was easier to put bottles away. I have replaced these cages with elite cages that are 4x the money.
👤It should only be used for very bumpy mtb trails where a vise-like grip on the bottle is required. It is not recommended for use at higher speeds because it is very difficult to extricate and reinsert the bottle. I've had multiple instances of wrestling to get the bottle out of the cage while still paying attention to the road, only to drop it onto the pavement in shock when it finally pops out.
👤I installed these on my road bike. They were easy to install, but I had to hold my water bottle the rest of the ride. I was really disappointed in the lack of quality. I am sorry, I wasted my money on these cages. The bottle cages are not "strong".
👤Exactly what I needed. It is easy to install and holds my water bottle securely. It didn't leave any scratches on my bottle, which was a fear of mines. I will keep you updated if something changes.
👤I bought these because they were light. I'm not sure what type of plastic they're made of, but they're made with something that's very brittle. It only took 7 bikes rides and one fall before it snapped open and caused my bottle to fall on the trail. There is a Find a bottle cage that is more flexible and will flex under impact.
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 easy to get your bike water bottle when you need it. You can go the distance if you buy bottle cages. The design is 2-in-1. You can install the mount on the bike frame or seat post by using the 2 way install option. It's very convenient and practical, like buying two different bottle cages. The quality is high. Light weight and high quality aluminum alloy material. There is no need to worry about it falling on your ride. The bicycle bottle holder has smooth surfaces. It is easy to install and remove free tools. There is a free installation tool and two pairs of screws. There is a wide application. You can place it almost anywhere on your bike, it's just 888-353-1299 Money-back guarantee for 90 days. If you are not satisfied, they will give you a full refund within 90 days.
👤It's easy to grab your bottle with this bottle holder. I mounted it on my handle bars. I ride my bike in my city. The bottle holder comes loose after an hour or so on the ride. The problem is that the holder becomes loose at the point where it is attached to the handlebars. I think it's due to the bike vibrating. My handy man has a background in cars. He had a product that could create a weld between metal. I no longer have the problem after he put one on the two pieces. I can remove the bottle holder if I choose to.
👤I was excited to buy this product for my kids and read the reviews before I did. I bought holders for each child. The holder can hold their handlebars. They are easy to install, but loosen after every ride. You need the key to tighten. I would not have purchased this product if I had known it would need to be re-tightened so often. The holders broke after about 6 rides. The screw that holds the bottle holder is no longer working. I have two broken bottle holders, one of which works if I keep a key with me on rides. I wouldn't recommend this product.
👤Installation on my bike was complicated. The ring type bar clamp is hard to keep from slipping and the mounting brackets are more design oriented than functional. The assembly was mounted on the handlebars. The ring mount was slipping. The mount fell off after the third ride. The screw plate area broke away from the mount. Threw out the mount and screwed it into the mount with a better screw. I mentioned that the screws were easy to remove. Garbage. I hope the holder stays for a few more rides so I can find a better one.
👤I'm riding my bike more now. I had to change the seat, pedals, and water bottle after one broke. This was perfect. It works great, it matched the color of my bike. It was easy to install. If the plastic sleeve that comes with it helps or makes it slip, be sure to tighten it down good. I thought it might be better without it. When I tightened it down, it worked great. I put it on the handle bars of my bike to make it easy to get to it. It's made of sturdy aluminum and can fit a larger bottle. The quality is very nice.
👤The bottle holder fit my kid's bottle but it wouldn't stay put when there wasn't a lot of water in it. It's not the best way to start a ride. The screw would loosen with each ride. I would tighten it. One day I forgot and a screw fell out on a ride. It's sad because it fit my kid's bike. If you place the bottle holder on the side of the bike, it will work. I had to use it on her handlebars. It did not work there, but it was supposed to.
It's easy to get your bike water bottle when you need it. You can go the distance if you buy bottle cages. Light weight and resilience. The water bottle holder is made of high-quality aluminum and weights only 1.3 ounces. The bottle holder is flexible and won't break easily. Universal design and secure hold. The bicycle bottle cages can hold a bottle. There is no need to worry about it falling on your ride. The bicycle bottle holder has smooth surfaces. Adaptable bladders. The bicycle cup holder can hold bottles from 3in to 2.7in in diameter. The water bottle cage brackets hold a bottle with a 3in diameter. Most water bottles can be fitted. It's easy to install. The package for bike water bottle cage mounting has 4 standard size screws. The hole in the frame is designed to allow for fine tuning. You may need to cut through metal to screw the bolts if you use an Allen wrench. Eventually, it will be very tied. Live support. Please email them with any questions. They are behind their products.
👤The other ones are longer by 1 inch. If you plan to use this, I would recommend using a smaller bottle. The model with the brackets wrapped around the cage creates a sharp edge that makes it hard to insert the bottle. I believe that the squishy GATORADE bottles developed a hole in them after the 20th time I inserted them, because I used the cage to hold them. Don't buy this garbage.
👤The bottle holder is not up to par. The construction is light and easy to bend. The opening was too large and easy to bend. The holder of the water bottle will get bigger as the bottle gets heavier. There is a The water bottle is damaged when inserted into the holder. I wouldn't purchase again. It isn't really usable.
👤Basic bike riding can be done with these. You can bend them so that bottles of different sizes fit together. Installation was easy.
👤These cages are cheap and flimsy and they have metal edges on them. I cut my hand while installing them. Get nicer cages from Sunlite if you spend a few more bucks.
👤They bend when putting a bottle in. They are not strong enough to keep the bottle stable. I bought better ones for a few dollars more after using them one ride.
👤The screw diameter is too large to fit through the cage's screw holes. Allen crews are larger than the Allen wrench on my bike. I used the crews that came with the bike. There is a It's lightweight. Attaches well. It is easy to bend. It comes in a two pack.
👤It's not worth it unless you want your water bottle cage to hold your water bottles. There is a Pros: lightweight, easy to install, doesn't do the job, bottles fall out when riding, and I'll just spend a few bucks more and order some other cages.
👤Good value for money. I wouldn't use this for trail biking on my mountain bike, it's a light duty bottle cage for bikes. It can be bendable to fit any bottle you need. Standard spacing was used to fit all typical mounting fittings.
You can buy with confidence because they want you to be happy. If KABON side pull bottle cages don't meet your expectations, please contact them. They offer a money back guarantee. There is a wide range of suitability with their bottle holders. It's more suitable for all kinds of bikes and scooters. It is tear- resistant and insulates. Their bottle holders are made of waterproof material. The inside is made of aluminum film. In the summer and winter, keep your drinks at a constant temperature. The bottle holder has been upgraded with thicker and longer. It can easily hold over 32oz. The bottle holder has a large capacity pocket on the side that is compatible with a phone size of an iPhone 12 pro max. It's better to drink water or make a call. You can install the bike water bottle holder on either side of the bike. According to their guideline, it is easy to operate. You can install the bike water bottle holder on either side of the bike. According to their guideline, it is easy to operate.
👤The holder is held tight by the straps because they are not conceited. I have a road bike and this didn't work.
👤I needed some reinforce mints because my bottle kept falling out from the bumps in the road, so I put this in the bottle holder I have now.
👤It was a good quality product and it was easy to install.
👤The product is easy to install on my bike.
👤I only had a bottle holder that I could use for 2 on my bike. When not used as a bottle holder, it works as a storage pocket.
👤I love this bottle holder. My water bottle is one of the sizes it holds. The pockets were large enough for my phone. The grey is very close to the grey on my skin. It is easy to install, just using the Velcro.
👤I needed an extra bottle holder for my bike and this was definitely worth it. The bottle is secured with the straps. Definitely would recommend to anyone.
👤This keeps my drink on my scooter. The drink stays warm/chilled when the tightening option is used.
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