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V3 Dropper Lever

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $35.99 Original price: $44.99
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Why We Like The OneUp V3 Dropper Lever

The OneUp V3 Dropper Lever is the ultimate upgrade for our bike's dropper system thanks to its lightweight action design and efficient performance. The grippy rubber pad improves feel and comfort to help with quick adjustments and ensures a secure grip, no matter how rough the terrain, and is made from high-quality materials for long-lasting durability.


  • The ultimate lever upgrade for any mechanical dropper
  • Rubber thumb pad improves lever feel, comfort, and grip
  • Integrated cable port makes for easy remote installation
  • Includes cable and housing in the kit
  • Compatible with all OneUp V2 Dropper Lever clamps (sold separately)
  • Item #OUC001L
[thumb pad] rubber
[compatibility] all mechanical droppers
cable, housing, cable end, cable ferrule
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year
trail, enduro, cross-country

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5 based on 1 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

May 2, 2023

Tale of Three Remotes

I've put it through the wringer

Quick Backstory...last year I was diagnosed with the onset of arthritis in my left thumb (bummer). I needed to modify how I did somethings, this included my dropper remote. On a long ride pushing it would become painful! Late last year I started doing some research on better, smother remote options. Fast-forward to recently...with the onset of the MTB season, I purchased a remote that boasted a "light action" manufactured by (who will not be named here). I tried to find a position on my handlebar that would allow the remote to actuate properly BUT I couldn't find a spot that didn't interfere with the break leaver. So back to the internet and more research. I found another remote manufactured by (who will not be named here) that had a redesigned "enlarged thumb pad." So I traded in the first one for this new one. I was able to find a perfect position to mount the remote BUT the tip of my thumb would catch on the the enlarged pad every time!?! So once again back to the internet and I spotted the OneUp Remote V3. Now last year when I first looked into a replacement remote I looked at the OneUp Remote V2. So I hadn't given a second thought to it until I realized it was an updated design. Reading through the description I spotted the "Lighter Action Design" boasting a ”27% less effort.” So I traded in the last remote for the OneUp and, just like in the tale of "Goldilocks and the Three Bears," THIS ONE WAS JUST RIGHT! I paired it with a Jagwire Pro Dropper Cable and Housing and I have to say sometimes I don't even know I'm pushing on the remote! In fact I'm having to retrain my mussel memory as I find myself pushing too hard and to fast. This set up requires a "light" touch. I would more than recommend this remote!

William T