C3 Dry Ceramic Chain Lube raises the bar when it comes to providing the ultimate lubrication. It provides total corrosion protection and unparalleled performance in dry, dusty and damp conditions. With added nano ceramic particles and synthetic polymers, C3 Dry Ceramic Chain Lube maximises your power output by reducing metal to metal contact to a ground breaking, low level and provides up to 10 times the performance of conventional chain oils and lubes. The Muc-Off R&D team definitely didn’t cut corners when they brought the future of bike lubes to the masses.
In fact, our team made sure the C3 Dry Ceramic Lube is safe by creating a biodegradable, petroleum free formula so you don’t have to worry about yourself, your bike or the planet.
Ideal for Road Cycling, Cyclocross & MTB
Provides the ultimate performance in damp, dry & dusty conditions
Petroleum free formula for eco protection
Ceramic coating for increased drive chain protection
Synthetic polymers for long distance performance
Pipette system for easy applicatio
Directions for use:
Clean drive chain thoroughly before lube application.
Ensure drive chain area is dry.
Apply a moderate amount of C3 Dry Ceramic lube to the inside chain link while spinning pedals in a reverse motion.
Wipe away any excess chain lube.
Buy Muc-Off C3 Dry Ceramic Lube from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World’s Largest Online Bike Store.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Kasper99 Just brilliant
This product performs very well, the chain is kept well greased during your entire ride, and cleaning is easy. The UV light feature is just plain brilliance, it is not something you will ever need, but the bling factor is 5 of 5 :)
29 August 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Anonymous UV torch doesn't work
Haven't used the lube yet, which may be good, but when it is supplied with a 'UV torch' to check proper application and they've gone to the measures of putting a dye in the lube, you'd expect this to work. The torch that came with mine doesn't. The web page on the instructions which supposedly tells you how to use it doesn't exist.
20 June 2013