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SKS Bottle Cage Adapter
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- Can be attached to almost any seatpost or tube.
- Angular adjustment with the push of a button.
- Features the SKS time-proven quick release mount system.
- For use with all standard bottle cages.
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Quench your thirst anyway you want with the SKS bottle cage adapter. It mounts a water bottle cage to your seatpost, stem, top tube or anywhere else on your bike. Adjust the angle to your liking, insert your water bottle and you're ready to go.
- Perfect for frames without water bottle mounts
- Angle adjustment for optimal alignment
- Quick-release mount provides a secure fit
- Durable nylon and plastic construction
- Fits 0.5 -- 1.5" tubing
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Another downside to this design for easy repositioning is that it is quite bulky compared to other bottle cage adapter mounts.
If you want to reposition your bottle cage often, this is probably still a good option. Even putting a rubber band around the mechanical clasp to keep it in place (really only a little extra force would be needed to do this) would work just fine.
If you want a bottle cage that you can mount anywhere on your bike, but you probably won't be moving it often (not more than once every 20 rides or so), I'd recommend looking into a screw-tightened design.
The only concern would be that it could easily and unintentionally disengage; however, it didn't happen during a full season of riding.
That said, if you have a difficult mounting situation this one is quite solid and might be the only and/or best option. It can be used to mount a bottle on the seat stem (with the bottle cage towards the rear wheel) and it can be mounted on oval shaped bars. I was able to mount this on the handlebar stem. I tried to mount it on the vertical part of the handlebar stem, but my stem is not tall enough on the vertical part to fit this mount. I was able to mount it under the horizontal part of the handlebar stem, and I used the orange button to swivel the bottle cage mount so that the bottle cage is almost vertical.
You can set the tightness very precisely, so that it won’t budge, but isn’t squeezing your tube too tightly. Still, I would not suggest leaving this permanently on the bike - eventually it might damage the paint job or bend the tube.
But for a temporary extra cage holder, this product worked perfectly.
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The ability to angle the bottle clamp mounting is great.
The strap is too short and you'll be lucky to attach it to anything with a circumference greater than 100mm. That might sound a lot but it's not really. Fine for thin poles; not good for the failry common thicker top and down posts on today's bikes.
The quick-release lever is very sensitive to even slight pressure and it can be dislodged by brushing your leg aginast it or if a branch or small stone hit it. You can solve this by wrapping tape around it but you shouldn't have to do this, should you?
Think about the cage you combine it with, and where you position it though. I put mine on the seat stem, jumped off a kerb, bottle jumped out and jammed itself in between frame and spokes. Back wheel locked up, I came to a standstill, everyone at bus stop pi55ed themselves....
Totally my fault.