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A classic chain. Smooth shifting, silent running and easy to fit. Use it on my Ultegra triple chainset and never any problems. Why pay more?
Probably the best choice for a triple. Paired with a 6703 cassette for faultless shifting.
THE chain for the 6700 Ultegra triple. Never had a problem with these. Great service and price from Merlin, as always.
On my 5th 6600 chain, change them about 3000 mile mark and never had any problems
Perfect chain to compliment my full ultegra chain set.
Rapid delivery from Merlin too!
Great strength, great weight and no issues running with sram red.
Good, no-nonsense chain that lasts well. Good price too!
Great chain for the money not had one fail me yet
Not always easy to find - works best on Unlegra triple.
Exactly what I expected at a very favourable price. Delivery time was exceptional.
Correspondence of merlin cycles is early wonderful very much! It always uses.
Although shimano ultegra is the highest cost performance, since the price is cheap Chain, if you buy it, its dura ace will be good.
Since there was no connection pin though it was regrettable, it purchased in Japan.
Great product at a great price!With merlins first class service aswell!!. What more could you want? Infact I was that impressed I brought a new Ultegra crank to go with it as the discount was incredible and when I checked out I received yet another discount, amazing!!. Regards, One very satisfied customer. :-)
Good value chain fron merlin cycles,
I can't really fault this chain, I use it with a 6700 chainset and 5700 cassette and find it a lot quieter than the 6701 chain I was using.
Exactly as ordered and quickly delivered
Can't really fault it, it hasn't snapped and it runs smooth. That is as much as I would expect from a chain and at a good price.
On arriving I thought "Hmm - it's a chain. I could use it on my bike as that is what I ordered it for but what else could I do with it.
I eventually came up with a method for moving ants from one location to another. I simply had to train them to cling onto the side plates. Initial tsting didn;t go well as the ants tended to cling to the inside of the plates which made it kind of messy when they passed over the drive mechanism. The mushed ants did make very nice jam though.
Eventually after some genetic modification I engineered ants that would hold onto the outside of the side plates and life was good.
To sum up - it's a chain, it was too long, I shortened it, it fitted, it worked.