Force Get Bottle Cage
Code: Force – 241
Force Get Bottle Cage
- Material: Plastic resin
- Weight: Approx. 29g
Middle BuntyLoving the colour pink just like the picture, very easy to attach to the bike and holds the water bottle really well, no movement yet as I have to stop to grab the bottle out of the cage.
SeanThey`re inexpensive and light. You can`t go wrong.
Mr D PerkinsLight and bright bottle cage. Perfect.
Mr EduardLight weight as a carbon one, I`m impressed!
Mr CJIt's small, light, cheap, looks smart, holds a water bottle tight and releases without issue. Spot on.
CodyThis bottle cage fits all my expectations. It looks great and keeps a firm hold on my bottle. I don't see much else I could include I'm my review.
Mr WaiteI've had one on my mtb for 8 months with no problem. Very secure, light, and inexpensive. It was a no-brainer to get two more for the rb. Delivered sooner than expected to the USA.
FONTANARI LOCHGreat material and very well finished
CJNice and light but some bottles tend to get stuck. This is good because they never fall out but can be annoying when it takes you way too long to get your bottle!
Mr Waite28 grams. That's less than half the weight of the alloy cage it replaces! Being plastic, it may not be as durable as alloy (or it may be more durable, time will tell), but at $6.40 per, that's 5+ star value in my book.
MichaelThese are nice cages & weight came in as stated @ 29g. However, they are for a narrow bottle. I use Camelbak "ice" insulated bottles & this is probably part of the problem, as they are a bit thicker. But, I did try various other bottles as well, & the only ones that went in & out without a struggle were some of the free "cheapie" bottles that are given away a bike events. These bottles are very thin walled & will squeeze in, but normal heavier wall bottles don't "give like this & are too tight in these cages. I took a hacksaw & cut the front rib of the cage so it would spread apart when I insert the bottle. This works, & is ok when going down a moderately bumpy road, but on bigger bumps or railroad tracks (especially if I get out of the saddle to unweight the bike) the bottle will jiggle off to the side. They haven't come completely out on me, but I have to readjust the bottle in the cage so it doesn't. I'm surprised no one else has mentioned this issue. I'm in the U.S. & a lot of people are fat here, do we have "fat" bottles? (ha!). Any suggestions/comments on this?
ShaneSecond cage I have purchased. Does the job and easy to install and remove for cleaning.
ShaneWorks fine, really all I can say about a bottle cage.
Mr VELANDREZGood quality and light weight.