Topeak Modula Java Bottle Cage
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- Engineering Grade Plastic/ Rubber
- Adjustment knob allow the cage to accept bottles with different diameters
- Cage length can be set up to fit a standard 12 oz. or 16 oz. Starbucks® coffee tumbler sizes
- Fits 12 oz. and 16 oz. Starbucks® style tumblers
- Fits height 175 – 240 mm, lower diameter 60 – 78 mm and upper diameter 75 – 90 mm).
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The Modula Java Cage is the perfect solution for carrying a hot cup of coffee on your early morning cycling commute. Constructed of engineering grade plastic, its frame is fully adjustable to accommodate varying size coffee travel mugs.
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The bottle cage holds the speaker securely, and the speaker is centered between the handlebars. On sunny days, I install the speaker with the grill aimed up (see the pictures), so that the sound is directed at my head. If the weather gets bad, I can rotate the speaker in the bracket to protect the speaker cones. Because the speaker is IPX7 rated, it's impervious to a little rain and splashing water.
Overall, I am very pleased with this speaker and mounting arrangement.
I use one traditional bike water bottle holder and one of these on my bikes now for some flexibility to hold a variety of things.