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Red eTap Blip Shift Buttons
With the simple tap of your finger, the SRAM Red eTap Blip Shift Buttons allow you to shift and choose where you want to be in control of your drivetrain. Working with SRAM's wireless AIREA satellite technology, this component gives you the advantage of maintaining a consistent body position during the hard-hitting last few meters of a long climb. You'll be able to mount the Blip Shift buttons anywhere on your drop or aero bars for added customization and accessibility, so don't write off an important aspect of eTap's line. They may not be the biggest or shiniest, but they're quality components that deliver what you need when you're stretched thin on a long ride.
- Reliable shift buttons that get you where you need to go
- Easily mounted anywhere for convenience and accessibility
- Works efficiently with SRAM's wireless AIREA satellite technology
- Item #SRM009V
- Crankset Compatibility
- SRAM RED eTap
- Compatible Components
- SRAM RED eTap
- Claimed Weight
- [pair] 0.6oz (16g)
- Recommended Use
- road cycling
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 2 years
What do you think about this product?
August 21, 2020
Great addition and easy to install
Attached the blips on the underside of the handlebar tops. Great for those times you are riding on the tops and don't want to adjust to make a shift. Makes eTap even more effortless and intuitive. The glue tabs supplied with the blips are pretty worthless, but some adhesive pads or tape from the hardware store straightens that out. Also, I find that 2mm bar tape wraps over the blips more snuggly than 3mm padded tape, which tends to crease and bulge.
July 5, 2018
Great addition to my eTap setup
- I've put it through the wringer
I mounted these on the underside of the crossbar on my handlebars so I can downshift while climbing and they work as advertised. Mounted them partially under the bar tape so they’re pretty stealth and you really have to look to see that they’re even there. Minus one star due to them not coming with the bar clamps.
June 7, 2016
What length should i order if i am planning to set them up on the tops of my handle bar as climbing blips?
February 7, 2017
Best way to make sure you get the right length is to measure it. My measures made me decide to go with the 150mm lenght. I am to install my blips on the top of my bars on the bottom side for the climbing position. But depending on where you want to put yours. And the width of your bars you might need to go with a longer cord.