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CampagnoloSuper Record 12 Chain


Item # CPG004X

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  • Silver, One Size ($70.00)
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Item # CPG004X

Perfect synergy.

Campagnolo never ceases to amaze us with its ability to add yet another gear to the rear cluster, allowing us to run a wider range cassette with minimal teeth jumps between the cogs, and forcing the rest of the industry to take notice and catch up. With the introduction of Super Record and Record 12 speed in a mechanical format, it necessitated an all-new chain and the Super Record 12 Chain sits at a very svelte 5.15mm, working with the thin spacing between the sprockets. This was achieved with new pins that now sit completely flush with the outer links' surface, while still using its Ultra-link pin system to install the chain.

Of course, this is your only real chain option for the new Campy 12-speed at the moment, however it would be our choice even if there were other options on the market as Campy chains in the past have provided exceptional silence compared to other options we have substituted in. Its minimal width prevents interference between the tightly spaced sprockets and chainrings, so its quieter and quicker-shifting. The re-shaped pins and outer links further contribute to its quick shifting, and combined with the hollow pins, the chain weighs in at an unheard of 220g. Campy further treats the chain with a special lubricant that ensures its smoothness, precise shifting, and long life.

The new chain is indeed lighter and thinner than the 11-speed model, but Campy claims that it's just as durable and lasts just as long as the previous version, something that is reassuring when slamming it into your big ring and launching an attack on a climb. Please note that the Super Record 12 Chain requires the use of a Campagnolo UT-CN300 chain tool for installation. Yes, this tool is pricey, but the narrowness of the chain and Ultra-link system necessitates precise installation.

  • Campagnolo's latest 12-speed chain
  • New pins and outer plates keep the chain quiet
  • Lighter and thinner but just as durable
  • Special lubricant ensures smoothness and precise shifting
  • Ultralight 220-grams
  • 5.15mm width facilitates the tight spacing and narrow cogs and chainring

Tech Specs
Compatible ComponentsSuper Record, Record 12-speed
Recommended Usecycling
Manufacturer Warranty2 years

Actual Weight

Silver, One Size

Claimed Weight

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Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Excellent, as you would expect.

I've put it through the wringer

It’s a great chain, lasts a long while, shifts smoothly. I wish they made a master link for it but that’s not their style. This chain also works as a great replacement for SRAM eagle chains, which are super sturdy but add a lot of drag.

They do make a master link, it is the one with the safety tag! It is specially designed for use and reuse, and it is a different, reinforced link vs the others. Yes, you can survive a campy pin insertion anywhere, but, uber perfectionist campy, they offer you an over-engineered ML that Shimano and its soft metals do not...

>Rating: 1

Caution - selling used product as new

I have bought many thousand of dollars of products from Competitive Cyclist over the years. If there was ever anything wrong their customer service people immediately took care of it. That seems to have changed. When I bought this chain, it looked fine. But when I opened it, it turns out someone had clearly bought a chain and sent back the used product and CC resold it as new product. But instead of replacing it they sent me over to Backcountry whose customer service is nothing like what I'm used to from Competitive Cyclist. Result: I'm out $75 for a chain, but they are out thousands in repeat business. Seems pretty silly.

Stephan, this comment is not useful, and is not a problem with the Chain, but the fraudulent swap. CC has an outstanding reimbursement policy, as do Visa/MasterCard. Somewhere the right CC approach has not met your expectations, and that should be addressed.


Is it suitable for MTB too? A friend gave it to me as a gift without knowing about the specs :/