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  • No special tools needed to install this reusable link


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Best Use Cycling
Speeds 9-speed
Material(s) Unavailable
Weight (Each) 3 grams
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Lifesaver For the amount of metal, it's actually pricey and REI sometimes sells a cheaper brand. Having said that, there is no excuse for every cyclist to not have at least one of these in your repair kit. It can be a life saver when you're in a remote trail, and at the very least it saves the day when your chain snaps. Installation is no problem and quick even in cold or poor weather; sometimes you need a chain breaking tool to remove one link before you can put it on. I have difficulty reusing these powerlinks if you ever want to remove it. You have to snap it off without breaking it so it's usually not worth the trouble. Keep in mind if your chain breaks often, you probably have drive train issues (chain alignment, bent derailleur or hanger, worn parts, spacing issues, chainguide issues, etc). Ride safe!
Date published: 2013-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sure beats those Shimano chain pins! SRAM chains seem to work fine on my Shimano drive train, and an easily installable and reusable Powerlink is much easier to deal with than Shimano chain pins. I carry a spare Powerlink (and a chain tool) in case someone's chain breaks out on the road or trail. In an emergency, the SRAM Powerlink seems to work OK even in a Shimano chain, although SRAM doesn't endorse that. Make sure you use a Powerlink that is compatible with your chain (8 vs. 9 vs. 10-speed).
Date published: 2007-10-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great product Being able to take the chain off the bike makes it a billion times easier to clean. Just drop it into a Gatorade bottle, add 1 oz. degreaser, shake well, rinse, wipe dry, and relube. I'm giving this fellow five stars. I marginally prefer Wipperman's, because it folds apart rather than having to be forced. But Sram's is great too.
Date published: 2008-03-16
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