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- ASIN: B000FIAUWA
- Item model number: WBC01400/TMD01B
- Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (122 customer reviews)
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Topeak Modula Cage Waterbottle Cage
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- Aluminum engineering grade plastic
- Weight 75-Grams
- Size 3.4 x 3.0 x 6.2-Inch (length x width x height)
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|Package Height||3.31 x 4.17 x 6.93 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.26 pounds|
|Size||L x W x H 8.6 x 7.6 x 15.8 cm / 3.4" x 3.0" x 6.2"|
Top Customer Reviews
It has a thumb screw at the bottom and you simply twist to make it smaller or larger. I have a 20 oz Nalgene bottle (somewhat skinny) in it and the bottle is snug near the largest opening. The screws were included with my bike and were not in the packaging with the water bottle cage. I tried to put the 32oz Powerade bottle as shown in the user submitted picture, but was not successful. Not trying to flame, but it seemed either very tight even before I mounted the cage on the bike or perhaps I need to get used to the bottle cage to find a way to slide it in. Either way though, my frame wouldn't have allowed it to fit since the opening is not high enough. The lesson is that even if your bottle cage holds a large bottle, like a bottle of wine, your frame may not have enough space to allow the bottle to fit in the carrier, so that is something you should investigate about your bike. I don't use the bike for rides longer than 10 miles at this time, so 20oz is enough water for me. I also have the Topeak bike rack and a cargo net, so securing larger volumes of water, clothes and food is not a problem for me.
It is in the same price range as a non-adjustable bottle cage, so it seemed like a good deal. It does not loosen up and expand while riding. Overall, it is a great bottle cage, I only removed one star because it seems strong enough to hold quite a bit of water, they might have been able to make it open larger for bigger bottles, but larger bottles have an increased risk of falling out when going off a curb or on MTB trails. I only wish my other larger Nalgene bottle would fit in it.
It works well and the size and tension of the cage can be easily adjusted.
The weight penalty isn't too bad although it is heavier than a minimalist alloy wire cage.
The cage looks handsome although a bit unconventional in shape and design of course. The adjusting screw is simple to use and is self-explanatory. I don't use this cage all the time but when I want to carry a funky bottle this cage gets pulled out of the shop bin and mounted on my bike.
I don't think anyone could ask for much more than that. And at a good price I don't have a single thing to really complain about this adjustable cage other than a few extra grams.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent. easy to install. good material and price. you can adjust for different sized bottles.Published 8 months ago by DanSan
good cage, easy to adjust, great for holding non standard bottlesPublished 20 months ago by ken kwong
High quality and very durable, and can take big, fat bottles too. I really like that it can be adjusted to different bottle sizes.Published on June 28, 2014 by Sunny Jim
Probably the best bottle holder by far. It can hold a 32 oz Gatorade bottle. The product is very durable as well.Published on December 13, 2013 by Christopher