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Arundel Looney Bin Cage

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Looney Bin Cage

With Arundel’s Looney Bin Cage, you can carry anything from a bottle of water from the convenience store to a choice Pinot Gris. This cage features an adjustable click wheel that accommodates whatever size bottle you’re in the mood for. The Looney bin is perfect for every occasion, whether you’re commuting or enjoying a picnic on the weekend.

  • Adjustable click wheel
  • Accommodates almost any size of bottle
  • Item #ARU000A

Recommended Use
staying hydrated
Manufacturer Warranty
limited

Tech Specs

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>Rating: 5

Fits Nalgene bottles

Familiarity:
I've used it several times
Fit:
True to size

Great for Nalgene 32oz and 48oz bottles and normal size bike bottles too.

>Rating: 5

Makes a bike so much more versatile!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I wanted to easily be able to carry nalgenes, beer, and misc stuff. I was deciding between this and the Blackburn Cargo Cage and ended up just buying both. Between the two there's not much I can't carry. While the Blackburn Cargo Cage wins in versatility and sturdiness, this is much easier to use, takes up less space, is lighter, and still carries a heck of a lot. Picture is with two 32 oz Crowlers

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>Rating: 5

new bike, another new looney bin...

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Got another commuter (gates belt, pinion transmission) bike and had to get another one of these. Want to carry a: Nalgene...bottle o beer...bottle of wine...hydroflask...coffee tumbler... Checks all the boxes. My gets some kind of use several times a week, No failures of any sort. The ratcheting thing secures the bottle by compression and there's a rubber (silicone--something that hasn't gotten hard despite a couple years of use in my original looney cage) bumper in there than prevents anything from bouncing out. Its not the cheapest bottle cage but the versatility is great.

>Rating: 5

Looney Bin

Exactly what I was looking for to put on the bar bike.

>Rating: 5

yup.

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Simple and it works well. There is a nice little gripper that holds your bottles well (glass or cans).

>Rating: 5

Perfect for me!

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

For someone who is constantly using a different sized water bottle for activities, this bottle cage was made for me! Depending how long my rides will be, I carry different amounts of water. Being able to carry my 32 oz bottle is killer. I'm pretty pumped on this water bottle cage as you can probably tell. GET ONE!

>Rating: 5

'Takes a lickin' ....."

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I purchased it around June 2015 and have gone strictly Mountain biking in both S.F CA streets on my way to Golden Gate Park, for 3 hour evening to night rides, to the hills of Walnut Creek, Joaquin Miller Park, down Single tracking, JUMPS etc.. Well built and my friends are now becoming owners of same. Highly recommend. The ratchets Do NOT loosen, if that's a concern. After dirt or mud build up on ratchets take a tooth brush and clean the ratchets, that's all it takes to keep it free to loosen and tighten without hang ups.

>Rating: 5

GOAT IS GOOD

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Bought the first one for my wife so she could haul her Nalgene 32oz bottle on her commuter bike. I was a little concerned about the plastic and ratcheting operation to secure a bottle but its held up well for several months of use so far. I since purchased a second for my commuter bike and have been rotating Nalgene bottles and 2 slightly hour glass shaped REI branded travel coffee mug/thermos things (2 sizes). This cage holds both of those securely pounding through potholes at speed and hopping curbs occasionally too. I’m sure there are limits to their durability—I’m not sure how they’d hold up on boneshaking mountain bike route and I probably won’t put them to that stress as shorter rides I go sans water and longer ones I’ve got osprey packs and bladder with tools etc., Having done a number of bikepack trips this past year, I am on a quest to get everything off my back for multiple full days in the saddle and I’ve got plans for a looney bin cage on my stem (two fish adapter) to have a bottle close at hand and I’ll just refill it at streams (filtered) and/or from a bladder in my frame pack or 1.5L bottle on the underside of my downtube (Topeak XL Module cage). I’m confident the ratcheting and the gummy rubber grip of the looney bin cage will hold a bottle securely in the horizontal position on my stem…we’ll have to see if it all can take the abuse of bouncing around on a twofish (or possibly top cap) cage mount.

>Rating: 5

Carry anything!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

This a great product from a great company. Not only carries different bottles, but I've stuffed shirts and things things into it for trips to the dry cleaners! Put it on my single speed. Next purchase is a flask "cage" for the other cage mount!

>Rating:

Will it absolutely hold a 40oz flask water bottle securely?

>Rating:

I have a yeti 36oz rambler bottle that comes with me everywhere. It is 10.75 inches tall and has a 3.75 inch diameter. Will this hold it?

Hi Rish, I believe your rambler should fit fine in this product. The Nalgene water bottles that are spoken of in the reviews are around a 3.5" diameter and fit great. If for any reason it doesn't work for you, we offer a great return policy that you can find in our Resources page.