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ShimanoDura-Ace Di2 SW-R9150 Remote Satellite Shifters

Sale 18% OffCurrent price:$139.99 Original price:$169.99

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Description

Dura-Ace Di2 SW-R9150 Remote Satellite Shifters

Adding functionality and convenience to your Shimano Di2 drivetrain, the Dura-Ace Di2 SW-R150 Remote Satellite Shifters give you the ability to shift the rear derailleur in an upright position when you're resting and climbing. This is especially useful for preserving energy on long uphill grades where you need to shift without lowering into the drops. Separate buttons give you one-click controls for up and downshifts of the rear derailleur. It connects to the E-tube drop bar STI shifters of your Di2 drivetrain. The Remote Satellite Shifters come with connector cables, mounts, and tie-downs for a clean and secure attachment.

  • Comfortable shifting in upright climbing position
  • Controls your Dura-Ace Di2 rear derailleur
  • Separate buttons for up and downshifts
  • Engages derailleur with a quick click
  • Connects into E-tube drop bar STI shifters

Tech Specs
TypeDura-Ace Di2
Recommended Useshifting with Shimano Di2 drivetrain
Manufacturer Warranty3 years
Weight

Actual Weight

Black, Set
23g
0.81oz

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

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>Rating:

I was wondering those this work for ultegra di2 I’m lookin to upgrade to di2 and these would come in handing for sprints

>Rating: 3

Bulky compared to R610

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I ended having to use these with my DA 9170 shifters because they don't have a port to plug the 610 sprint shifter into. I find the shifter part itself very bulky compared to the 610.. The cable length is meant for it to be a climbing switch postioned near the stem, so will need to do multiple wraps around the bar to for the cable... it does the job, they aren't "pretty" like the 610s when installed.. Still trying to figure the best way to mount them... they should have included double sided tape for mounting them as a sprint shifter, but they don't so its off to the hardware store for whatever the stickiest tape theyve got is!

Did you end up using them as sprinter buttons? I’ve been looking for sprinter buttons but it looks like shimano isn’t making them for r9170 system

How did they work out for you Chris A.? I also have 9170 brifters and want sprint shifters, not not if they're going to be a huge blob on my bars to have to avoid

>Rating:

Does anyone know what are the dimensions of the switch themselves without the holder? Thanks,