These replace another brand I had on a bike I use for all weather conditions. The previous brand was noisy due to a lot of vibration and movement while riding. When the front fender broke from the vibration, I nearly replaced the fenders with the same brand. I'm so glad I switched to Portland Design Works fenders. They were easy to install and absolutely silent on the road. I removed the rear mud flap to make the bike easier to maneuver on its rear wheel when wheeling it to and from the garage. Very happy with my purchase.
I thought I remembered reading that Craftsman and Chamberlain were the same manufacturer. And this in if fact worked out for me and synced using the Chamberlain code (2 presses to program this remote) Pretty cool and pretty convenient. I will be anxious to see what battery life I get after reading that other review.
Also, since I just put on new bar tape a few days ago, I did not use the provided rim mounting pieces. I just pressed the main body into my taped handlebar end and it was plenty snug.
Installation was a breeze. Have about 400 miles using them and there are no issues or any noise. Oh yeah, they work great as fenders. I bike in the rain in the Seattle area. Iï¿½ve used SKS before and like these better.