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Arundel Stainless Steel Water Bottle Cage


Item # ARU0009

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  • Stainless, One Size ($24.95)
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Item # ARU0009

New designs, classic looks.

Arundel owns the carbon bottle cage market for a simple reason: its cages are light, they look snazzy, they don't eject bottles, and they're priced right. Now they take this M.O. and apply it to an stainless steel. In the past if you wanted a stainless cage, your only choice was an Elite Ciussi Inox. With the Arundel Stainless Steel Water Bottle Cage, you get an option that -- to us anyways -- is significantly prettier than the Inox. And you'll see after you a few miles that Arundel applies the same No-Ejecto technology to their Stainless model. Your bottles will stay in place. Period. Like their carbon cages, the Stainless is light (~15g heavier than carbon), it looks lovely, and the price is ideal. If you want an old-school touch on your carbon bike -- or if you want a cage that makes aesthetic sense for a steel bike -- choose the Arundel Stainless Steel Water Bottle Cage.

  • 4.2mm polished stainless steel tubing
  • 53 grams

Tech Specs

stainless steel
road bikes
Recommended Use:
Actual Weight:
Stainless, One Size: 53g

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5 5

Reliable cage

These cages work great! Clean design holds my water bottles in place, I have never had an issue with water bottles slipping out while using these cages.

Avg. ride time: 3h 4m per week
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5 5

Holds water bottles just fine..

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Just got back from running the Crusher in Utah. During the 5000 ft descent on gravel, I never had an issue of losing either of my bottles. Solid construction, solid steel and, looks sharp!!

Should you have a problem with your bottles being loose, guess what it's metal so you can give the cage a little squeeze and problem solved!!

2 5

Looks great but does not hold bottle

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Great looking cages but don't like big bottles and do not hold any bottle securely. I have launched a few bottles from these cages. Back to the Cambers which don't look nearly as nice on my steel frame, but at least the can hold bottles securely. Looks aren't everything I guess.

5 5

steel is real

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

these do the job perfectly and also add a slightly modern touch to a classic product and material

4 5

Classy, but keep a bottle in it!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Works great, looks great. One thing is that if there's no bottle in it, my pants will sometimes catch on it! Luckily I was able to bend it back.
Keep a bottle in it and you should be fine.

5 5

Steel is real

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

There are lots of stainless steel cages out there. Hell, I'm sure your LBS sells $8 cages that might hold your bottle well, but add about as much steez to your ride as your tassles do. If you bothered to spend a chunk of change on a new bike, your water bottles better add to your build, not take away from it, which is why the Arundel Stainless Steel cages are a perfect option. Classy, stainless, and worth every penny.

5 5

Arundel Rocks in old school steel

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These are the perfect fit for my Surly Cross Check. The Arundel perfected shape is slim with unsurpassed functionality. Finally a new tech cage for old steel.