I got 4 of these Ti cages mainly because I and (and my wife) kept breaking the Blackburn carbon cages (the very light ones) on our gravel bikes. Plus Ti fits my Moots better! We never lost a bottle, not even on very hard and bumpy gravel sections. The bottle can get a little bit tilted in the cage however.
I needed a good bottle cage for my bumpy gravel rides, and these cages do the trick. I don't think titanium really is necessary for cages unless you really need a material that withstands corrosion. The steel bottle cages aren't heavy compared to titanium. Either way, this was a great purchase and I'm very happy with these cages.
This is a terrible cage for containing birds, cats, dog and exotic reptiles. HOWEVER the Ti King Cage excels at holding water bottles. AND BOY does it hold them firmly. 1000 miles holding 24oz bottles and they are firm as they day I screwed them onto my frame (much unlike the cheap aluminum cages I switched from which by this time would at wizard sleeve status).
I bought a pair of these years ago when they first came out. They have held up well, and have been a great value. They are well worth the price, and are about the same as when I purchased them. They will probably outlive me.
The best and strongest cages around.
When I was building my American made bike, I wanted as many lightweight and American made parts as possible.
These King cages are beautiful and at 28g, not many are lighter.
Love it! WBW had them in stock and at the best price around.
I wanted good, reliable cages for my new ti road bike. I already dropped over $4000 for the bike, so to spend the extra $ for these was a no brainer. They'll never brake and they match my frame perfectly. WBW had the best price, period. They were on my doorstep sooner than promised too. I will buy from them again.
I've used the stainless King cages for years and years. Finally spent up for a pair of Ti cages a couple of months ago and they are quite nice. They hold the bottles snugly, do not mark up the bottles, and are easy to get the bottles out of when it's time to drink (unlike some cages). Of course, no one really NEEDS them over the stainless version, but they are a nice piece of jewelry for any bike, especially a titanium or steel frame.
As advertised - another quality King product. One of my old ti cages actually broke apart (11 years old and used frequently) so I was in the market for another pair. Gotta keep the Seven ti looking sharp and didn't want to go back to the 'other' manufactuer for just 1 cage so saw these from King so I purchased the pair. Nice.
They king cages don't have the flash of carbon fiber cages, but they are lighter and have much better holding power. I have them mounted on a behind the seat rack. Bottles launched out of the carbon fiber cages that were previously mounted. There have been no problem with the king cages! Great cages!