Even-Faster Shifts & More Controlled Rim Braking
The Ultegra ST-R8150 Di2 Shifter/Rim Brake Levers have all-new ergonomics, precise brake modulation, and electronic shifting. With even-faster shifts, more controllable braking, an updated lever shape, and a very long battery life, these new shifters reset the industry standard, all at a more affordable price than Dura-Ace models. Unlike the disc brake version, these shifters can only be used with a wired Di2 connection
Shimano's new ST-R8150 brake levers bring enhanced modulation and control to every ride by employing Shimano's SLR-EV dual symmetric pivot brake caliper actuating tech and Dual Control Levers.
A new Shimano E-Tube Project App (version 4.0.0) offers intuitive operations for personalizing the Ultegra R8100 drivetrain. Offering a suite of customizable, riders can choose between different shift speeds, customize shift button mapping (what buttons perform which functions), program different automatic shift modes like Synchro and Semi-Synchro shifts, fine-tune shifting, and connect with third party bike computers.
- Unparalleled ergonomics engineering refined with pros' feedback
- Raised hood peak improves ergonomics
- Optimized brake control with lighter, smoother lever action
- Compatible with only a wired connection
- High electronic energy efficiency
- Weight: 295g (/pair)
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The product weight specified is an approximate weight based on the manufacturer's specifications (if available) or our measurement of one or two examples. For most products, the weight will typically vary by 5% to 10%.
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