With a shape that's reminiscent of their Zero100 stems, the Deda Zero1 Stem carries a few (and we mean just a few) extra grams, yet it's less costly with two stunning glossy finish options unavailable on other Deda stems. Where does the cost savings come in? Deda specs stainless hardware where their higher end models use titanium fasteners. It adds a few grams, but saves you a bundle. The difference between the Zero1 and their lightest stem is less than 25 grams. Nonetheless, similar to the Zero100, the Zero 1 is 3D forged to create an aligned grain structure within the metal. Its 6061 aluminum alloy construction makes the Zero1 makes it plenty strong and stiff.
The Deda Zero1 Stem is available in Gloss Black and Gloss White and comes in seven lengths -- 60, 70, 80, 90, 100, 110, 120, and 130mm. It has a handlebar clamp diameter of 31.8mm and clamps onto the steerer at a +/- 6° angle, effectively yielding either an 84° or 96° stem angle. Either way, the flip/flop graphics look the same and the four bolt faceplate can be bolted on with the Deda "D" logo right side up.