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Mandible Water Bottle Cage

3 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews



Why We Like The Arundel Mandible Water Bottle Cage

The Arundel Mandible Water Bottle Cage was designed with two slim pieces that grasp a water bottle like jaws, securely holding the bottle in place whether we stick to smooth roads or take the stairs at our local cyclocross race. It is constructed from carbon fiber that has been given a foam core to further reduce weight. The mounting bolts are exposed, but the clean lines of the Mandible prevent your bottle from getting caught when pulling it out. This sleek package, with minimal graphics, guarantees your water will always be there when you need it.


  • High-grip, low-mass bottle cage to keep water close
  • Carbon fiber construction with foam core for minimized weight
  • Sleek design prevents catches when pulling bottle out
  • Item #ARU0004
carbon fiber
road bikes, mountain bikes
Claimed Weight
1oz (29g)
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 3 years

Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

April 9, 2020

Necessary? Nope. Awesome? Yep!

I've put it through the wringer
10' 11"

I've been crushing new Tour de Commute PRs since buying two of these. The (psychological) gains of dope cages (that no one else sees) is significant. In my testing, the Matte is 4.7% more efficient than the Oil Slick variations. This is likely caused by them not properly complimenting my Canyon frame, therefore reducing said psych gains. Alright- with the caveat that my previous Mandibles set were stolen, along with my bike, these have stood years of use and my new set looks exactly the same. Are they *really* necessary for any of us? Def not. Do they work? Sometimes a little too well but then, when bombing down the ridiculously pot-riddled tarmac that are Seattle streets or single track in the foothills, my bottles don't rattle like my teeth and I know they aren't going to fly off.

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