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LezynePower Water Bottle Cage

$9.99

Item # LED0078

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Item # LED0078
Description

Power Water Bottle Cage

The Lezyne Power Water Bottle Cage is a simple, secure holder that's sure to last for miles. Aluminum tubing wraps around in a classic shape that ensures easy access and shock-aborbing security when you're pedaling down bumpy terrain.

  • Simple, secure water bottle cage for bikes
  • Hollow aluminum tubing is durable and lightweight
  • Wrap-around design is secure and easy to access
  • Large opening enhances easy access

Tech Specs
Materialaluminum
Compatibilityroad bikes
Recommended Usebottle storage
Manufacturer Warranty2 years
Weight

Actual Weight

Matte Tan, One Size
n/a
n/a
Polish/Hi Gloss, One Size
89g
3.14oz
Red/Hi Gloss, One Size
89g
3.14oz
Blue/Hi Gloss, One Size
89g
3.14oz
Powder Matte Black, One Size
89g
3.14oz

Claimed Weight

Claimed weights are provided by the vendor.

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2oz

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

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What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 4

Tight, for better and worse

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Fit:
True to size

So these things are pretty tight. They're metal so can probably bend a bit over their life but they are difficult to get bottles into and out of. Great for mountain biking where you want your bottles extra secure and probably will only drink when stopped. Not so ideal for road bikes if you want to grab a drink while riding. Ironically then, I can only use them on my road bike. You can't really side pull these. You gotta take it straight out. If you have tall bottles and smaller clearances then you're not gonna be able to make it work. Small bottles though will be fine unless you have a really small frame and need a full-on side-pull anyway. These do look pretty cool though. I especially like the matte, which matches my bikes.

>Rating: 5

My go-to cages

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size

They're cheap, they never lose bottles, and you can get them in multiple colors. What else is there to say? I run these on gravel and mountain bikes and have never lost a bottle, and they've held up over thousands of miles.

>Rating: 4

Strong and Affordable

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Light, tough, and won't drop your bottle. I've seen reviews stating these have withstood thousands of miles of bikepacking and I believe it - they're sturdy. Aesthetically I prefer a cage that's more "classic" looking with thinner tubing but that's just personal preference. Get these if you want strong and affordable!

>Rating: 5

Great cages

These cages are lightweight and strong. They maintain a very snug fit after miles of abuse. They work great while bikepacking, and don’t stretch or lose their form over time.

>Rating: 5

I like mine

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I was a-looking for a simple and secure bottle cage and this fit the bill. I prefer this wrap around design vs. the other cheap cages, it holds my bottle of choice well - Camelback Podiums. DOES NOT COME WITH HARDWEAR! Cheap, effective, colorful, cool. Get one! If you have any questions, you can always email me (I'm secretly a gearhead)- anajam@backcountry.com.

>Rating: 5

Classy cage

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

What this cage is not: As another reviewer commented, this cage does not have an integrated mount for Lezyne HV pumps. That would be the Lezyne HV Power bottle cage. What this cage is: Pretty awesome. I put two of these cages on my classic-looking aluminum road bike, as I figured a classic-looking aluminum cage just seemed right. As others have mentioned, the cage is a little on the tighter side out of the package. Being that it's aluminum, though, I just pulled the cage apart with my hands, almost like a surgeon prying open a rib cage to access a patient's heart (not that I've done that, of course), and now bottles go in and out just how I like it. Firm enough, but not overly so. This is definitely the lightest aluminum cage I've ever owned, and was pleased at how light 66 grams felt when I picked it up. I suppose you could simultaneously lighten your bottle cages and wallet, which definitely has its merits for many people. On the other hand; if you're into inexpensive, no BS, no frills water bottle cages that sport a classic look and offer the durability of aluminum, look no further. If you've got any questions, feel free to email me at zbonte@backcountry.com or call me directly at 1-800-409-4502 ext. 2351. Cheers!

>Rating: 4

Firm Grip

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

A solid water bottle cage with attractive silver design. I tend to ride on dirt and down the local trails, and nothing is worse that loosing a bottle on a bumpy descent. I haven't had that issue with these cages, and I can still get to my bottle easily. I really like them and they get the job done.

>Rating: 4

Better than the original

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

If you have issues with pitching bottles on rough descent's, here is your solution. The wrap around style is more effective than the underneath style.

>Rating: 3

Passable

Solid construction, typical of my experience with Lezyne. I use Clean Bottles, and while they are a snug fit, they are accessible on the bike from this cage. A particularly large bottle could be difficult to remove while riding.

>Rating: 2

Interesting Geometry

I bought two of these for my wife's bike and they don't seem to fit a normal bottle. I get that the design is intended to hold your bottle secure, but i can literally not remove a bottle from the cage while on the bike. I ended up buying new bottles that were slimmer so we could use these, kinda disappointed overall though.

>Rating: 3

Wrong product description

It holds a water bottle, however, the product description is wrong. The power cage HV has the mount for a high volume pump. Found that out when I opened my package.