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    28 June 2012
  • Last Review
    23 January 2016
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    07 September 2012
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    28 June 2012
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InTokyo's Reviews
 
With masses of beautifully modulated power and intuitive easy-to-use adjustability, the BB7s set the standard in the realm of mechanical disc brakes.
 
Overall rating 
5 / 5
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Works perfect, won't brake the bank...
Posted23 January 2016
InTokyo
fromTokyo
Country : Japan
Age : 45-54
Interest : Commuter
Level : Regular
Gender : Male
Budget : Value for money
"Replacing the stock Tektro callipers, work perfectly and plenty of power, with easy adjustment. Sorry about the pun in the summary/title."
Pros: Adjustable, Attractive, Good Fit, Great Value, High Quality, Rugged
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Our top of the range triple lens sunglasses provide 100 per cent UVA and UVB protection. Each frame option comes with a clear(slight tint), smoke and orange lens to suit all light conditions.
 
Overall rating 
4 / 5
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Works pretty well - not too pricey either.
Posted23 January 2016
InTokyo
fromTokyo
Country : Japan
Age : 45-54
Interest : Commuter
Level : Regular
Gender : Male
Budget : Value for money
"These are the first cycling glasses I owned since parting with my original Oakleys some 20 years ago. I mainly wanted some eye protection for city commuting, where particles of inappropriate language are easily swept into your eyes. Since the lenses aren't as close to the cheeks as possible, this function hasn't performed perfectly. However the orange lenses work pretty well in poor weather, and seem to enhance the image contrast. Haven't tried the clear lenses yet, and I live in dread of the sunny day when the red mirrored lenses have to come out - wayyy too posey for me. Fairly comfy fit, lens swap is not particularly fiddly, and the fitted case is a nice touch, though too bulky to take out on the road."
Pros: Comfortable, Great Value, Versatile
Cons: Limited Color Choices
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Teflon coated, fully taped, waterproof and breathable rain shell Jacket. Excellent rain protection in a tiny package!
 
Overall rating 
3 / 5
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either....not waterproof, or, not breathable
Posted28 June 2012
Quality 
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Value 
5 / 5
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Performance 
2 / 5
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Appearance 
4 / 5
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Fit / Size 
4 / 5
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InTokyo
fromTokyo
Country : Japan
Age : 45-54
Interest : Road Cyclist
Level : Regular
Gender : Male
Budget : Value for money
"Wiggle advertise this jacket as Waterproof AND Breathable. Well, it satisfies those two criteria about as well as a colander.
In all fairness though, this is a cheeeep jacket. In other news, it fits my lanky frame pretty well.
If it had a few tiny vents everything would have been hunky dory."
Pros: Attractive, Lightweight, Good Fit
Cons: Not Enough Features, it sure isn't breathable
-2points
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InTokyo's Questions
 
 M1 MTB Shoes
M1 MTB Shoes
The dhb M1 shoe is designed for the recreational mountain biker who likes the simplicity of a three strap shoe.
 

Are the sizes accurate?

eg, Shimano shoes are usually recommended buy one size larger. Are these generally a narrow fit or....?
6 years, 2 months ago
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InTokyo
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InTokyo's Answers
 
Teflon coated, fully taped, waterproof and breathable rain shell Jacket. Excellent rain protection in a tiny package!
 

Does this item compact to a small size. Will if fit in the rear pocket of a rear jersey?

Best answer
Frank, it comes packed in a tiny stuffsac, that will just about fit in your jersey.
3 years, 11 months ago
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