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Profile Design RM System 1 Water Bottle Rack

3.0 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews

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  • 6061-T6 aluminum
  • Includes 2 lightweight Profile Design Kages
  • Compatible with standard 7mm saddle rails
  • Includes CO2 mounting brackets
  • Colors: Matte black
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Product Description

The Profile Design RM System 1 Waterbottle Rack is an updated version of their popular Aquarack design, a convenient and simple way to place two water bottles behind your seat. It's also an excellent way to improve your aerodynamics by removing your cages and bottles from the frame and placing them behind the rider. This in fact, fills in the turbulence hole behind the riders posterior, thereby reducing drag.

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  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B01F7G4FT8
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #496,435 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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By Frank Upchurch on May 10, 2009
Color: Black
I purchased this for my time trial bike and found it to be very poorly made. There is an Allen head screw that adjusts the angle of the cages. The gear teeth that are supposed to mesh together are Aluminum construction and strip very easily. When that happens, your water bottles hang low and vibrate around during the ride. Another friend that I ride with had the same problem that I did.
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Color: Black
Poorly made product. Gear teeth doesn't grip properly. I took it out of the box brand new and went on a ride very first time and realized that I lost both of my water bottles just within half an hour of ride as the gear teeth swivles no matter how hard you tighten them at allen screw.
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One positive: They are easy to install and lightweight, but the bottle holders are made too low. Lost bottles several times going over rough road and railroad tracks. Find another one with a better bottle holder..
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Color: Black
This water bottle cage worked well for about 9 months of triathlon training. I never had a problem with water bottles rattling out, but know others with the same cage who lost bottles regularly. Unfortunately, while participating in a century ride less than a month after my 140.6 event, I hit a moderately bumpy stretch of road which culminated in one half of the cage breaking off. Since I purchased this from REI I received a replacement....but I won't be using it during my races, that is for sure. Long story short, product is of poor quality and not terribly reliable...but will fill the need for a fairly low price.
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Color: Black
I've had mine since '08. I had the same problem with the rack slipping down and discovered I didn't have the teeth meshed right. You have to make sure they stay interlocked as you are tightening the bolt and get it good and tight. I haven't had a problem since and have done many centuries with it and have been on many bumpy roads. I replaced the stock cages with regular ones to hold a better grip as I've had bottles bounce out. I think it's a really good product.
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