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SRAM
Red eTap Blip Shift Buttons

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Shift when you want, where you want.

One of the beautiful things about electronic shifting is the ability to move away from static shift locations. The SRAM eTap Blip Shift Buttons plug directly into your eTap shifter or BlipBox with the included cable, and can be placed anywhere on the handlebars. The eTap system supports up to 4 blips, allowing for lightning fast shifting in virtually any hand position.

Claimed weight: 16 grams, includes 2 blips. Available in 150mm, 230mm, 450mm or 650mm cable length versions. Only compatible with SRAM Red eTap drivetrains.

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Amazingly adaptable
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by cccorlew
Cycling Enthusiast
SF Bay Area

Being able to put the shifter where I wanted it was a major selling point for eTap to me. I've wanted to shift with one hand for years, and at last I can. These blips let me add a left shifter on my right brake hood. I just love it! I do with the buttons clicked or snapped a little so the had some tactile feedback. But still, they are well worth the price.

Reviewed 9/14/2017
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It is not only over priced
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by Calvin
VancouverPDX Metro Area
0 of 6 customers found this review helpful.

You are only paying for the licencing of proprietory telemetry.At close quarters you would be vulnerable to riders overriding if your drive train has 2-way FM band.A 10$blue tooth would suffice for the coach monitoring the cyclists' vital the bike's mechanical perameters

Reviewed 5/23/2017
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