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Shimano Saint 9-Speed Shifters

Proven RapidFire Plus shifting technology combined with compact, adjustable ergonomics.

Shimano Saint 9-Speed Shifters Features:

  • Ergonomic main lever shape - Allows an easy reach with the thumb regardless of the position of the shift unit.
  • Short Stroke and Instant Release - Short release lever stroke and instant release make quick work of accelerating out of corners.
  • 2-Way Release - Shifts in both directions for rider preference.
  • Variable Positioning - Shift unit can be mounted inboard or outboard of the brake lever with multi-position mount.

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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by spend the money on this although a little more pricey its worth the money looks the part on anything recommended with Goodrich outers in white will be buying another for my DJ bike maybe 17 July 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by If your into minimizing weight then get an X0, but if your not worried about a couple of grams and aren't keen on the price tag that comes with the X0 and would rather have a reliable and solid shifter then Saint is for you... 22 April 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by SANT IS A WINNER i use sram for years cos i liked their shifting but hated how quickly their rear mech main pivots wore sloppy . shimanio saint shifters and mechs have won me over which their bomb proof rear mech and shifters that i can still thum shift with, their adjustable inboard / outboard clamp is well trick to. ( o.k with a 1-2 ratio u notice a little more cable stretch , but if u team the saint with full length goodridge gear cable kits adjustment and rare and minimal ). 08 November 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by Works well, but... Mechanically I have found this shifter works well with the M810 Shortcage Saint derailleur I have on my bike. I do take issue with how exceptionally short the shifter knobs are, however. The downshift one is so short I had to reverse the position of the shifter with regards to the brake. Otherwise, I am pleased with this product. 18 July 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by SAINT SHIFTER Great shifter 3 different ways of shifting, great for downhill looks awesome feels awesome precise currently set up on my 1 by 9 speed Giant stp use it for xc riding dirt jumping and light downhill freeride awesome component had it for 8months and many crashes works perfect the little gold knob looks sick best shifter I've had, combined with xt shadow derailler awesome great item buy one, you won't regret it ! 30 November 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Really good shift, very strong takes lots of bashing around and is still going strong, very quick change. Been running the shifter for a good 18 months now. 16 October 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Really good when working Got these on my bike and when working they do work very well: very strong, not too heavy, easy to shift after a few rides, no rattling. However I've found that they quite easily fall out of shape and stop working smoothly, clunking, refusing to shift to some gears etc. Look great though and easy enough to adjust. 4 stars, would buy them again. 15 October 2010
Rated 2 out of 5 by Well, it worked perfect for 3 rides, then... DEAD. I was riding nice and slow on the way home from the trails, then it suddenly wouldn't gear down to high gears. I opened it up, but couldn't find any loose parts or anything. X.9 next. 12 October 2010
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The 'Left Hand' version of the 'Shimano Saint M810 Speed Trigger Shifter' would use a x2 indexing and not a x3.
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I see that a question's been asked about this but I'm still confused. I'm looking for a pair of trigger shifters that will shift double at the front (left-hand) and 9-speed at the back (right-hand). Is this the thing? I'm confused because it's described as 2x9 but only shows as "left-hand". I definitely want double at the front and I see most are billed as triple so I don't want to buy the wrong things. Thanks.
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The left hand Saint shifter is a triple.

To find a shifter which is 2 speed specific you will have to look at the new 2x10 shifter sets.
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