Cheap Things Tuesday: Everything Under £33

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This week’s dirty baker’s dozen brings you: goggles, mudguards, strap-ons, 6-bolt CentreLock converters, bikepacking bottle cages, digital gauges, grips (always grips!), big rotors, multi tools, waterproof gloves, tubeless valves, chain tools and more…

There are button links below each item summary with ‘See Deal at…’ written on them. These buttons – and the header links and linked pics – click-through to retailers. Should you end up buying from these retailers then Singletrack may earn a small bit of commission. This does not alter the amount you pay by the way.

Spektrum Templet MTB Goggles was £60.00, now £32.00

“The fit is comfortable and compatible with a wide range of helmets, with the tri-density foam quickly wicking sweat away from the face for an irritation-free ride. Flexible and designed to conform to the face.”

Zefal No-Mud Front or Rear Mudguard was £16.99, now £10.99

“The Zefal No-Mud front or rear mudguard is a great solution for anyone who doesn’t want a full mudguard set as it is universal so it can be used as a front or rear mudguard. The universal fixation attaches to the fork or the seat stays.”

Backcountry Research Mutherload Strap was £18.95, now £13.99

“So you want to carry all the small essential items you’re likely to need on an average MTB ride, but don’t want to resort to a saddle bag, hip pack or small hydration pack. If only you could strap it all on the frame…”

Shimano 6-Bolt Rotor to Centre Lock Hub Adaptor was £19.99, now £13.99

“This handy Shimano convertor easily and neatly adapts your 6-bolt rotors to fit on to Centre-Lock hubs. It uses Shimano’s proven Centre-Lock lockring fixing system for quick and easy disc rotor installation.”

Blackburn Outpost Cage was £22.00, now £16.99

“The Outpost Cage can be mounded to your bikes cage mounting bolts, directly to your frame or to your forks, and is perfect for storing odd size bottles, bags and clothing. The three sets of mounting holes.”

Topeak SmartHead Digital Gauge D2 was £32.99, now £19.75

“Precision digital gauge that reads up to 250 psi / 17 bar and is designed for use with road tyres, suspension forks and rear shock units. The LCD display can be programmed to show pressure in psi, Bar or kg/cm2.

Ergon GFR1 Grip was £32.99, now £19.99

“The grip has a slim overall shape for maximum feedback, yet still provides an extremely high level of damping through the ribbed section under the palm. The high-strength alloy clamps on the inside keeps the grip from twisting.”

Shimano SM-RT64 M665 SLX 203mm Centre-Lock Disc Rotor was £32.99, now £26.39

“They have a precision cut stainless steel braking surface which improves pad clearing in muddy conditions while aiding cooling under high load, increasing pad performance and life.”

Topeak Mini 20 Function Pro Multi Tool was £37.99, now £22.75

“The Topeak Mini 20 Pro Tool is a high quality forged aluminium multi tool with all of the key tools you need for fixing any problems when out on the bike. An integrated, cast CrMo chain tool forms a low profile, snag-proof shape.”

100% Hydromatic Brisker Waterproof Glove was £38.99, now £29.99

“Mother Nature has met her match with this low profile glove engineered to keep you going fast in cold, wet weather. Laminated insulated shell with waterproof breathable insert blocks out the water and keeps them dry.”

WTB ACS 46mm Tubeless Valves was £24.99, now £8.99

“Visually-striking and easy to install, these Presta valve packs from WTB add versatility and style to your tubeless compatible system. Quality-made and colourful, each pair ensures effective and efficient inflation.”

Park Tool Mini Chain Tool CT-5 was £22.99, now £11.99

“The perfect sized bike tool for carrying out on-the-go chain repairs or for using in your workshop or garage, the Part Tool has designed its CT-5 Mini Chain Tool to give you shop-quality performance wherever you need to use it.”

Föhn Duffel 50L was £50.00, now £30.00

“With 50 Litres of storage capacity, the Fohn Duffel 50L is ideal to load up with all the kit you need for an exciting adventure. Whether it’s the holiday of a lifetime or regular outdoor adventures, this durable duffle-bag is the ideal pick.”

NB: These deals will expire!

Deals do not last forever. Stuff sells out. Retailers end promotions. Deals just… end. With that in mind, please check the date when this edition of Cheap Things Tuesday was published (it’s up at the top near the headline). If this edition was published a few days/weeks/months ago, chances are not every deal is going to still be live.

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  • Cheap Things Tuesday: Everything Under £33
  • slimshady
    Free Member

    Pardon my French but GOD DAMMIT BEN IT’S CENTER LOCK!!! Not “centre lock”, or “centre-lock”. It’s a trademark, and a way Shimano chose to designate a certain technology. Yet every single time Singletrack mentions it, it gets “UKized” without hesitation.

    reeksy
    Full Member

    … subverting the dominant paradigm. That’s why Singletrack has so many subscribers.

    But personally, you had me at “strap-ons.” Clickbait right there.

    jam-bo
    Full Member

    gets “UKized” without hesitation.

    *UKised

    thisisnotaspoon
    Full Member

    *UKised

    Northwind
    Full Member

    That Topeak gauge is good, I have a couple of those.

    The WTB valves are literally just the same as the ones I get from aliexpress for £1.50 a pair though.

    tthew
    Full Member

    Muc Off are still punting their original tubeless valve out a £5.99 per pair. Here’s a linky. Sure I read that embedded links get a little commission for STW if followed, so I hope this is OK.

    groundbreaker
    Full Member

    “Pardon my French”

    Nope, English… 😉

    roger_mellie
    Full Member

    for anyone interested in the 100% gloves, you may want to look here for comments on sizing and quality:

    Did anyone get the 100% Hydromatic gloves to fit?

     

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