Add some flare to your ride and tidy up your handlebars with the Cane Creek eeBarKeep. Weighing only 6g each, these lightweight, CNC-machined bar end plugs build upon the Cane Creek ee experience of precision, ingenuity, and love of the ride. They are easy to install and work for both drop bars and flat bars with internal diameters ranging from 17 to 22mm. Three different sizes of O-rings are included for each bar plug so you can find the perfect fit for your specific bars. A black anodized finish resists corrosion to keep your ride looking clean for years to come.
- Lightweight, machined bar end plugs for your road or mountain bike
- Keeps your handlebars looking neat with minimal weight
- Black anodized finish resists corrosion for a durable, clean look
- Includes two bar end plugs, six O-rings, and two installation bolts
- Item #CNE002G
- Black Anodized 6061 CNC Aluminum
- Claimed Weight
- [single] 0.2oz (6g)
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
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January 20, 2021
Save Your Money
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
These won't save you any weight over sticking to the "free" plugs that come with bar tapes and they take more time to install properly. But hey, they look neat I guess. If you want to bling out your bike a bit then these are for you.
January 8, 2021
Wow, these are terrible!
- I've used it several times
From the viewpoint of a product design engineer, these are terrible! They don't work at keeping your handlebar tape end tucked into the bar end... When you insert them, the o-ring wants to walk out, and if you manage to get them inserted without the o-ring coming off, they squeak and spin and don't stay put when you tighten them. From a design perspective, and aluminum screw on aluminum spider is a terrible idea! The screw should be stainless or titanium! Look at the picture, you can see the screw material being cleaved off by the anodized spider. This is a terrible design. Do not waste your money ($40!!!!) and just use the cheap plastic "shove-in ones. They are nicely machined and quite pretty though...
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