Rated 3 out of 5 by somebloke Not Bad
Look great, feel solid.. Literally. Wearing gloves is recomended.
31 July 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by MrHyde easy to grab, good grip.
good grip for the price mor of a hard grip vs squishy but very nice to hold, long rides may leave hands a bit sore, great for gloves.
05 July 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by quadroluxury nice grips
low price, but grips very nice!
comfortable for hands
recommend to all
20 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by onurkoc1985 Quality and stylish
stylish and comfortable product, I would recommend.
16 May 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by pippio23 A very good product for a low price!!!
very good grip!
the plastic part in the photos is a bit more bright than real!
i've inverted the lockon position so that the screw stays on the bottom.
16 May 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by JonoT Exactly what I wanted
I picked these up because I wanted grips with lock on both ends. They are quite firm, but no issues with gloves. I was getting pins and needles in my hands with ergo grips, these fix the problem.
17 March 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Tinz Not too shabby
Look really nice but there so uncomftable.... rub abit on the hands and dont feel too great,
14 February 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Jimothy Pleasantly surprised
OK, I admit it, I bought these grips on impulse because I had a tarty moment and liked the look of them, and whilst they weren't the cheapest available, at £7 they were less than half the price of some lock-on grips.
They might not be to everyone's tastes, but I think they actually look better in the flesh than in the pictures, and they'd be especially effective if paired with a bar of the same colour as the plastic inner core.
I had originally worried that the thin strips of rubber making up the outer "web" would feel uncomfortable, move about, or become unstuck from the rigid plastic core, but I've been really pleased with how they've performed. The rubber is soft enough to give very good purchase and not cause "hot-spots" or soreness, but at the same time is very securely bonded, and even after several really hard rides in appalling conditions, it's still firmly in place, and not showing any signs of weakness.
The only down-side that I can see is that they might be a little too narrow for some people, although this isn't a problem restricted to these particular grips. In line with most double-ring lock-on grips, the total length is somewhere in the region of 135mm, with the rubberised section accounting for about 110mm of that. This doesn't give much room for movement before one or other side of the hand starts lying on the metal rings, and folks with large hands might want to consider single-ring or extra-wide lock-on grips, such as DMR's Loccd, or Superstar's Excel.
04 February 2014