Ringlé H2O bottle cage Extras

4.5/5 (6 Reviews)


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Ringlé H2O bottle cage


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Reviews 1 - 6 (6 Reviews Total)

User Reviews

Overall Rating:3
Value Rating:3
Submitted by jpicard616

Date Reviewed: November 5, 2012

Strengths:    Looks awesome, light, holds tight

Weaknesses:    pain to adjust, shears bottle decals

Bottom Line:   
These bottle cages look cool as hell on a 90's restoration project, but be warned when buying these for regular use. They require the loosening of the mount screws to adjust the size for different bottles, and if not adjusted perfectly, your bottle will either flop around like a fish, or not fit at all. Let me also mention that the design of the cage makes fitting an allen wrench in there to loosen or tighten the screws much more difficult than it should be. My final issue with these cages are the sharp edges which scrapes the decals off any bottle inserted into it. This is only a problem if you have a nice old Fat City bottle(like me) that you really would like to keep intact, but learned the hard way after a long ride with Ringle H2O cages.

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Rick B a Cross Country Rider from The Garden State

Date Reviewed: February 5, 2003

Strengths:    Light, holds well, used to come in many colors-only a few now.

Weaknesses:    Must adjust for bottle size

Bottom Line:   
If you want a cage that will hold through anything and not weigh much... this is it! The only downside is it is not flexible, therefore you have to set the cage up for your bottle size by adjusting the mounting bolts. I don't use these to hold waterbottles, because I use a hydration pack. I use them to hold my Niterider battery. I can beat the crap out of my bike and the battery stays put. It has fallen out of weaker cages, but never a Ringle.
They used to make this cage in every color - green, red, black, silver, purple, blue, turquiose, gold. Now they're down to 2. Since Sun took over, they've gone downhill. Less colors, and generally poor quality in every product they make. Sad to see that happen.

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Favorite Trail:   Some other state

Duration Product Used:   More than 3 years

Price Paid:    $12.00

Purchased At:   Cambria Bike

Similar Products Used:   TONS of cages!

Bike Setup:   I have many Yetis.

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:3
Submitted by Bob a Weekend Warrior from PA

Date Reviewed: August 29, 2001

Strengths:    Lightweight. Looks good, not "wirery" like other holders. Adjustable bottle grip.

Weaknesses:    Cylindrical cage makes insertion of bottle difficult on small frames. Needed to mount using only bottom screw.

Bottom Line:   
Pricey, looks good. Sometimes difficult to insert a bottle,
but once it's there you'll never lose it!

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Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $13.00

Purchased At:   price point

Bike Setup:   Marin

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Erik a Cross Country Rider from San Diego

Date Reviewed: July 24, 2001

Bottom Line:   
Works great, lasts long time, weighs very little.

What more is there?! These are great bottle cages for the money because they last and last, adjust to fit whatever bottle you use, grip very well and weigh less than your power bar!

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Duration Product Used:   More than 3 years

Purchased At:   Local bike shop


Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Greg a Cross Country Rider from Winnipeg, Canada

Date Reviewed: February 28, 2001

Strengths:    Quite plainly, they're the only cage worth a s**t! ALL other cages I've used throw the bottle-Only the Ringle holds the bottle. Looks cool, lasts forever, light.

Weaknesses:    None-really, no weaknesses what-so-ever.

Bottom Line:   
Only the nicest cages you can buy! And the price is worth it. If you really ride your bike, not just pose, you need a Ringle cage.

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Favorite Trail:   It's a secret...

Duration Product Used:   More than 3 years

Price Paid:    $12.00

Purchased At:   CBO

Similar Products Used:   Sachs cages, cheappie aluminum cages, Pedros cages.

Bike Setup:   '00 Trek 8500 LT, Marzocchi Flylight 100.

Overall Rating:5
Submitted by Patrick Wullaert a Cross-Country Rider from De Klinge, Belgium

Date Reviewed: May 6, 1999

Strengths:    
Grip, looks


Weaknesses:    
Price


Bottom Line:   
The Ringlé bottle cage has only one drawback : it's ridiculously expensive. However, it holds bottles better than any other cage. Even the harshest downhills won't get your bottle out of this thing's grip. :)
Buy one if you don't mind spending the money.

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Favorite Trail:   
La Roche, Belgium

Duration Product Used:   
more than 3 years

Similar Products Used:   
Several brand-less


Bike Setup:   
Kona King Kikapu 99 w/ Magura brakes

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H2O Bottle Cage Bolt help

:madman: Ok, this is the first time this has ever happened. I took the water bottle cage off my Paragon. Bolt 1, no problem, like normal. Bolt 2, twist, twist, twist........5 min. later....twist... So apparently, it's broken. The washer that sits on the outside of the frame separated from the ... Read More »

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