Extralite UltraLevers Brake Lever

  • Material: Ergal 7075TX
  • Graphics: Laser etched
  • Construction: Hyper accurate cnc
  • Compatibility: Grip and Trigger shifters
  • Tuning: Cable preload and lever positioning

User Reviews (3)

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Manza70   Cross Country Rider [Jan 01, 2010]
Strength:

Strong, lightweight, NO FLEX; 1 or 2 finger brake.

Great lightweight racing part: 64 grams for set.
Very good performance: NO FLEX.
Looks great.
(cross country rider, 75 kg, aggressive drive)

Similar Products Used: Avid, Shimano LX and XT levers
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
$mokeyJoe   Cross Country Rider [Aug 03, 2006]
Strength:

These levers are minimalistic!Strong,superlightweight,1 finger braking and no hassle setting them up.

Weakness:

Maybe durability,but after 1 year they still look as new.They're so light that you think they'll break inmediately,but they feel strong.I feel no flex when compressing them.

These brake levers are really a hot item for a lightweight bike.They perform fantastic.As said before,there's no flex on the lever.They weigh 32g each.They aren't cheap,but that is neither lightweight component.One downside could be that cables could get dirty faster than usual.This due to an open construction of the levers.
If mine breaks,i'll get others inmediately(as long as there are no other better lightweight alternatives)

Similar Products Used: Avid,Shimano
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Greg   Racer [Jul 12, 2006]
Strength:

excellent braking power, great feel, and super lightweight 64 grams for the set...

Weakness:

none

another great lightweight racing part from extralite, the best preforming and best looking levers ive ever used...

www.extralite.com

Similar Products Used: nothing compares
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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