SRAM 1999 DI.R.T. Neos Shifter

1999 DI.R.T. Neos

SRAM DI.R.T. Neos

User Reviews (3)

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Igis   Cross-Country Rider [Dec 23, 1999]
Strength:

Good looking.
Good for holding.
Possible to make relatively quick shift through the whole range.
Possible to adjust during riding.

Weakness:

During jumping or terrain riding it switches accidentaly alone.

It cost about 25 dollars. There are five degrees in levels and price in SRAM shifters, but their functionality is about the same. They are not absolutely perfect, but better than all the other shifters.

Similar Products Used: various other shifters
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RATING
4
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Bernard   Cross-Country Rider [Jun 08, 1999]
Strength:

It is comfortably precise; you just need a click to shift and it is easy to use.

Weakness:

Fixed grips take on an axial securing function, but they seem to slip quite easily off the handlebar.
The diameter of the grips would be more comfortable if it was a bit bigger.

Comfortable, precise and quick. Fixed grips can slip off the handelbar, and itÿs at least anoying.

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RATING
4
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Kirk   Cross Country Rider [May 17, 2001]
Strength:

(Left hand - Micro adjustable) good solid clicks, clean shifts, fixed my front shifting problems.

Weakness:

none

Fixed my front derailleur shifting problems, adjusted the derailleur once when I got, never since. Better for the front derailleur than shimano 3-speed shifters. I still use my shimano shifter for the back derailleur , I'm going to change it though.

Similar Products Used: Shimano shifters
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
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