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Arundel Sport Water Bottle Cage

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    Bottle security.

    The Arundel Carbon Cage is the envy of many a rider, but when your budget calls for a bit more modesty, its Sport Water Bottle Cage provides the same security for your bottle, at a fraction of the cost. Weighing a mere 20 grams heavier than the carbon version, the Sport Cage is nylon-reinforced plastic designed to wrap your bottle securely. Two sets of mounting holes mean that it will fit virtually any frame.

    • Wraparound shape
    • Two sets of mounting holes
    • Nylon reinforced plastic
    • Item #ARU0005

    Tech Specs

    Material
    nylon
    Compatibility
    road bikes
    Recommended Use
    cycling

    Tech Specs

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    Works well for me!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    My road bike is black and blue and this black water cage blends right it. It truly does its job of holding the water bottle tight.

    Absolute junk

      First, the color is not true. The red is flat and washed out in real life. It really looks cheap. If it was cost effective to send them back, I would. Instead I think I'll throw them in the garbage. Only bad product that I've ever gotten from Comp Cyclist.

      Tough as nails

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      It has been years since I used a water bottle cage, let alone one fitting on the style of bikes I ride, trail bike. Competed in a few races were it was more practical to use a bottle, than backpack hydration. Its holds the bottle great, yet put a lot of wear on the bottle only after 2 days of use. I'll try a different bottle next.

      Light Cage, Tight Grip

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      If you're looking for a light cage with a tight grip that won't break the bank, look no further! I previously had a lightweight metal cage and my bottles were always rattling out on harsher roads. Once you put your bottle in this thing, it's not coming out without a yank. I mainly use the Camelback Podium Chill bottles, but have also stuck a bunch of those cheap bottles you get from events in it with no problem. For anyone wondering, I was able to mount my Lezyne pump holder behind this with no problem.

      Hold 'em

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      There is only one thing a bottle cage is meant to do; hold your bottle. After that comes durability, weight, and style. Black plastic cages can either do a great job, or a terrible job with not much middle ground. For $17 there aren't many that do it as well as Arundel. If I'm not buying a carbon cage, I'm buying the Arundel Sport cage.

      Best bottle cage for the price

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Holds a camelbak podium chill like a glove. Doesn't look even slightly out of place on my full carbon bike. Feels solid, looks great. Unless you're a total weight weenie there's no reason to buy any other cage.

      Looks expensive

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Great price and hot looks to upgrade your existing cages. I previously had alloy cages that were pretty ugly and were difficult to get my bottles out of. These are way sexy, look just like the expensive carbon version, hold your bottles snugly and let go without a huge battle. My bike is matte black and these match perfectly. They hold my huge Camelbak bottles perfectly and standard bike shop bottles without a problem.

      Grippy

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      These hold my bottles on the (gasp) cross bike really well. They slide in and out easily but have yet to loose a bottle even on bumpy terrain. The dual mount option is also a nice feature as I use different holes depending on the frame.

      Economical and Practical

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      This bottle cage from Arundel works well securing my water bottles under the roughest terrain. They aren't as stylish as carbon cages, but are a fraction of the price, are offered in a handful of different colors, and perform just as well. The color is more of a textured composite construction so the color options aren't necessarily as flashy as you'd maybe prefer. I like to stick the Black color as it goes with any bike I stick it on.

      Does this come with hex bolts for mounting (eg. 5MM) to frame?