The bottle jumps out as soon as cycle runs over a bump. Have now squeezed the holder lets see the results.
Thank you for taking the time to give us your review. The Bottle cage is flexible and adapts to the bottle shape. You can bend it further and it will be able to hold you bottle firmly. Please do not place bottles above 750ml of capacity.
Deepak Babu E-sport manager DECATHLON
I m happy with this product but I would be more happy if I got it in complete metal one...instead of Fiber along with metal
Should be completely metal one
Good value for money. Might be good if other colour options are also available like orange, red etc. Only black and aluminium finish is available.
sturdy product, can accommodate 750ml bottles
Exactly what you want without the expense.
Easy to fit
these bottle cages are excellent the adjustable bolt holes means you can fit them to the handlebars. i got 2 longer than needed bolts for the stem clamp, loads of washers to make it level at the end and screwed it into the handlebar stem on one side.
can be fitted to handlebars
Does what it needs to do, easy to fix on the bike and easy to use when riding.
Easy to fix to bike and easy to use on the road.
Unlike some of the other reviewers I have had 2 of these on my bike for 2 years and never had any problems. I have tried to pull them apart and they won't budge. The main thing to remember is that you will need the standard cheesehead (cylindrical) allen bolts which fit flush inside the plastic circles. Dome head bolts will foul bottle entry. Excellent value now they are reduced, just bought a pile more for the wife and kids.
Cheap, solid but light, looks good, lasts well
You need the standard cheesehead bolts
Will be back again good bike value for money
I am a regular club cyclist covering 100 to 200 miles per week, I have now seen four of these bottle cages fail on separate club runs all in the same way. There is a clear design fault, the weight of the water bottle pushes down against the metal cage with is molded into the plastic fixings, the vibration of the road causes the metal ends to work free and the bottle and cage fall from the bike, this is dangerous for the rider and those following him, on one occasion I saw the cage catch in the spokes of the rear wheel and then catch in the brake calipers, luckily the rider controlled the bike and stayed on, a less experience person would have come off, spend a few more pounds and get a cage that is one piece and won't come apart
can be dangerous
Thank you for your feedback regarding this product. I'm sorry to read that the cage came loose and fall off the bike.
I will forward your comments on to the product manager this morning.
I have already fed back similar comments in the past few months and I have been assured that improvements will be made to the product.
Peter Lazarus UK Market Manager DECATHLON