Ed Oxley's verdict on a single ring chain device that needs no maintenance
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Posted on: December 3, 2010
“Price: £59.95 (£79.95 with Turbo Charger bash ring)”
Sorry, you’ve lost me?
Theres not even a wheel and bearing/bushings
Its a steel plate, some plastic shapes and a few bolts?
Still, pretty cheap even compared to superstar’s offerings (presuming you value the e-thirteen brand over superstar)
that is NOT cheap!
Look at what it is essentially, steel (not even alloy), plastic and 4 bolts?
It is cheap compared to what is on the market. If you want to make a chain device yourself from a biscuit tin then go ahead. It’s a choice. If you want a cheap e.thirteen product get one of these. Simple.
it’s cheaper than other stuff on the market, it’s certainly not cheap
cheap would be £20-30
Well I have made something similar out of a biscuit tin, well, wall-paper scraper to be exact and it it works very well and I can still use 2 front rings.
I, obviously, don’t care how bling my bike looks.
Cost to me, nowt.
Does anyone know the diameter of the bashguard? ta
It’s to fit 32 to 36 tooth rings.
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