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Topeak Modula Waterbottle Cage 2
Topeak Modula Waterbottle Cage 2
Topeak Modula Waterbottle Cage 2
Topeak Modula Waterbottle Cage 2
Topeak Modula Waterbottle Cage 2

Topeak Modula Waterbottle Cage 2

Topeak Modula Waterbottle Cage 2
Topeak Modula Waterbottle Cage 2
Topeak Modula Waterbottle Cage 2
Topeak Modula Waterbottle Cage 2
Topeak Modula Waterbottle Cage 2
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Features

  • Used by both professional and amateur riders alike
  • Made using high quality materials and components
  • Tested to ensure quality and durability
  • Aluminum/ Engineering Grade Plastic
  • Push button and slide cage to fit water bottle diameter
  • Rubber cage pads protect bottles and prevent rattling
  • Fits different water bottle diameters
  • Constructed of engineering-grade plastic 
and aluminum.

Description

Topeka, Modula Cage II, Bottle cage, Alloy/Plastic, 72g


Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 3.4 x 3 inches


Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)


Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.


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ASIN: B004Y69QX8


Item model number: 66008206


Customer Reviews: 4.4 out of 5 stars1,223 customer ratings


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Features

  • Used by both professional and amateur riders alike
  • Made using high quality materials and components
  • Tested to ensure quality and durability
  • Aluminum/ Engineering Grade Plastic
  • Push button and slide cage to fit water bottle diameter
  • Rubber cage pads protect bottles and prevent rattling
  • Fits different water bottle diameters
  • Constructed of engineering-grade plastic 
and aluminum.

Description

Topeka, Modula Cage II, Bottle cage, Alloy/Plastic, 72g


Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 3.4 x 3 inches


Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)


Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.


International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More


ASIN: B004Y69QX8


Item model number: 66008206


Customer Reviews: 4.4 out of 5 stars1,223 customer ratings


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Used by both professional and amateur riders alike
  • Made using high quality materials and components
  • Tested to ensure quality and durability
  • Aluminum/ Engineering Grade Plastic
  • Push button and slide cage to fit water bottle diameter
  • Rubber cage pads protect bottles and prevent rattling
  • Fits different water bottle diameters
  • Constructed of engineering-grade plastic 
and aluminum.

Description

Topeka, Modula Cage II, Bottle cage, Alloy/Plastic, 72g


Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 3.4 x 3 inches


Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)


Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.


International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More


ASIN: B004Y69QX8


Item model number: 66008206


Customer Reviews: 4.4 out of 5 stars1,223 customer ratings


abunda_amazon_reviews I got this cage to replace my generic, boring, in-perfect-working-order bottle cage. I'd never gone wrong with Topeak, so I went for this one: I have a 24oz Hydro Flask with a diameter of 2.5", thought I could replace it with a bigger one and it would fit. Wrong. Luckily I didn't buy the bigger bottle: I can barely fit this one! I don't know if it's the friction between materials: rubber on the cage and stainless steel with a powder-coated matte finish on the bottle, but even when the cage is fully open (where you can put the largest bottles), it's almost impossible to put the bottle in or take it out. It even damaged the heavy duty paint on my Hydro Flask bottle -- you know what I'm talking about if you own or have ever touched a Hydro Flask -- that paint is impossible to damage... I've dropped my bottle dozens of times and haven't made a scratch, I've used my bottle on the Topeak Modula cage maybe half a dozen times and it's already scratched. Maybe this cage works well with plastic bottles -- I will try with a Polar bottle and edit my review -- but I like to keep my water ice cold, and the plastic bottles just don't do the trick.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 14, 2015;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Not working with my 2.5" dia. stainless steel bottle;;Ro2x;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1O3PZQEVHCOSI/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B004Y69QX8;;;I purchased two of these, one for the road bike and one for the mountain bike. I wanted the adjustable cage because I'm always using or reusing various size bottles. The smallest setting holds those cheap, thin plastic water bottles you buy in the grocery store and the largest setting holds the standard size workout bottles that have the indentation around the top. Once installed on the mountain bike I hit the trail for a ten mile, single track trail ride. The trail consisted of everything from smooth hard packed soil to holes, rocks, ruts and roots. Rough enough to shake things apart. I ride my trails as fast as I can without loosing it and without abusing the bike. I tested the holder with three bottles, the standard sized bike bottle with the teeth pull opening, a Poweraid bottle that I reuse and the standard size, grocery store water bottle made out of the cheap thin plastic. The cage held all three size bottles at various fluid levels over the roughest terrain. Not once did any bottle get jarred loose or come close to falling out. Even the thin plastic bottle was held firm both full and empty. I stop to drink when trail riding and the bottles slide in and out of the cage easily. I actually put a little silicone on the rubber coating of the wire cage to facilitate removal. Not that it needed it but it did make it smoother. The cage passed this test with 100% and I am content with it. On the road bike one does not need to worry about the bottle falling out unless you get hit by another vehicle, in which case it will probably not concern you anyway. The bottles slide in and out easily and I am content with this application as well. I recommend this cage for both road and mountain biking as it holds the various size bottles you will use and holds them well.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 19, 2012;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Holds those bottles on rough trails.;;turboman;;/gp/customer-reviews/R12DUOJCMWEMB4/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B004Y69QX8;;;I love this cage. I’m not a professional biker just so you know. But I have picked it up a few months ago and try to go out daily for about an hour or two. I’ve been doing bike trails, streets and sidewalks. I’ve bought this cage cause I wanted something small enough to hold a regular sized water bottle. I’ve got to say I’ve been on some bumpy rides and this holds it nice and snug. I thought I might have to use a hair tie to hold it in tighter, but NOPE, it stays in tight do to the Awesome rubber sides on the metal part. Out of curiosity I wanted to see if my hubbys 16oz Yeti Rambler would fit, cause he uses it daily, and it did. It seemed over sized tall wise but it fit in there nice and tight. Gonna try to upload photos and video to give you all an idea of what it looks like. Anyways, haven’t had it long, I hope it holds out and doesn’t brake cause so far I absolutely love it. (Ok so I’m trying to upload the photos and video but it won’t let me upload the video with the Yeti ... Sorry);;Reviewed in the United States on June 5, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Love it!!;;Stewie;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1VSRYCFD96GY/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B004Y69QX8;;;Bought this Topeak bottle cage to replace the Bontrager's RL bottle cage that I was originally using on my bike. My go to water bottle, Camelbak's insulated Podium big chill 25oz, is some what of a tight squeeze. And I believe the rubber "holders" on both sides gives i event more of a "grip" to the bottles exterior. There is a slight to moderate yanking effort just to get the bottle out, the trickier part is when you have to put the bottle back. I don't know if it will loosen on time and my worry now is if the screw adjustment rod will loosen as well which might compromise it's threading tightness. Otherwise, if you have a bottle that's even slightly smaller than the Podium insulated, this cage would be a nice thing to have in your bike.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 14, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Smaller than i thought when fully unscrewed open.;;GS216;;/gp/customer-reviews/R8U8LOR4QW2PG/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B004Y69QX8;;;This bottle cage is perfect for precisely adjusting to smaller size bottles, but don't be misled into thinking you can carry a standard (32oz) nalgene in this thing. One of the pictures appears to be holding one, but it is actually a small steel bottle. Fully expanded, and with the metal part bent out a little bit, it still doesn't come close. Good cage, but not a solution for carrying large bottles.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 17, 2013;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Good product, not as big as it seems.;;James L. Mcdaniel;;/gp/customer-reviews/R3GSDRRPIN2VBN/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B004Y69QX8;;;Looks good, feels good, the mechanism is not cheap. The core of the sliding is a milled stainless screw. For almost all of your use of this product, you will use the quick and easy slide function: depress a metal button that utilizes the milled banks of the screw to slide the cage back and forth. A very nice touch is you can make small, "analog" adjustments of the cage by rotating the screw head seen as the silver circle between the two cage arms protruding from the base of the bottle holder. This will screw or unscrew the milled bolt found in the core of the slider. I doubt I will use this often, if at all, but I like that it's there. Why 4 stars instead of 5? If you grab hold of the metal cage-sliding portion, you can twist it about. It's not stiff, but it will stay in the position you slide it to. No worries about a lack of functionality, it just gives it a cheap feeling, albeit the plastic and metal is of good quality. Made in Taiwan (which is good and shows). You get what you pay for, for this price range, the PROS make up for this con. Not sure how it will hold up to lots of use, we shall see.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 25, 2014;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Works well, the mechanism seems finicky and wobbly if manhandled, but stays put and adjusts easily.;;Tas.Z;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1VH6TP5409JE3/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B004Y69QX8

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Delivery

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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


2.0 out of 5 stars
By Ro2x - Reviewed in the United States on October 14, 2015
Not working with my 2.5" dia. stainless steel bottle
I got this cage to replace my generic, boring, in-perfect-working-order bottle cage. I'd never gone wrong with Topeak, so I went for this one: I have a 24oz Hydro Flask with a diameter of 2.5", thought I could replace it with a bigger one and it would fit. Wrong. Luckily I didn't buy the bigger bottle: I can barely fit this one! I don't know if it's the friction between materials: rubber on the cage and stainless steel with a powder-coated matte finish on the bottle, but even when the cage is fully open (where you can put the largest bottles), it's almost impossible to put the bottle in or take it out. It even damaged the heavy duty paint on my Hydro Flask bottle -- you know what I'm talking about if you own or have ever touched a Hydro Flask -- that paint is impossible to damage... I've dropped my bottle dozens of times and haven't made a scratch, I've used my bottle on the Topeak Modula cage maybe half a dozen times and it's already scratched. Maybe this cage works well with plastic bottles -- I will try with a Polar bottle and edit my review -- but I like to keep my water ice cold, and the plastic bottles just don't do the trick.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By turboman - Reviewed in the United States on April 19, 2012
Holds those bottles on rough trails.
I purchased two of these, one for the road bike and one for the mountain bike. I wanted the adjustable cage because I'm always using or reusing various size bottles. The smallest setting holds those cheap, thin plastic water bottles you buy in the grocery store and the largest setting holds the standard size workout bottles that have the indentation around the top. Once installed on the mountain bike I hit the trail for a ten mile, single track trail ride. The trail consisted of everything from smooth hard packed soil to holes, rocks, ruts and roots. Rough enough to shake things apart. I ride my trails as fast as I can without loosing it and without abusing the bike. I tested the holder with three bottles, the standard sized bike bottle with the teeth pull opening, a Poweraid bottle that I reuse and the standard size, grocery store water bottle made out of the cheap thin plastic. The cage held all three size bottles at various fluid levels over the roughest terrain. Not once did any bottle get jarred loose or come close to falling out. Even the thin plastic bottle was held firm both full and empty. I stop to drink when trail riding and the bottles slide in and out of the cage easily. I actually put a little silicone on the rubber coating of the wire cage to facilitate removal. Not that it needed it but it did make it smoother. The cage passed this test with 100% and I am content with it. On the road bike one does not need to worry about the bottle falling out unless you get hit by another vehicle, in which case it will probably not concern you anyway. The bottles slide in and out easily and I am content with this application as well. I recommend this cage for both road and mountain biking as it holds the various size bottles you will use and holds them well.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Stewie - Reviewed in the United States on June 5, 2018
Love it!!
I love this cage. I’m not a professional biker just so you know. But I have picked it up a few months ago and try to go out daily for about an hour or two. I’ve been doing bike trails, streets and sidewalks. I’ve bought this cage cause I wanted something small enough to hold a regular sized water bottle. I’ve got to say I’ve been on some bumpy rides and this holds it nice and snug. I thought I might have to use a hair tie to hold it in tighter, but NOPE, it stays in tight do to the Awesome rubber sides on the metal part. Out of curiosity I wanted to see if my hubbys 16oz Yeti Rambler would fit, cause he uses it daily, and it did. It seemed over sized tall wise but it fit in there nice and tight. Gonna try to upload photos and video to give you all an idea of what it looks like. Anyways, haven’t had it long, I hope it holds out and doesn’t brake cause so far I absolutely love it. (Ok so I’m trying to upload the photos and video but it won’t let me upload the video with the Yeti ... Sorry)

4.0 out of 5 stars
By GS216 - Reviewed in the United States on October 14, 2018
Smaller than i thought when fully unscrewed open.
Bought this Topeak bottle cage to replace the Bontrager's RL bottle cage that I was originally using on my bike. My go to water bottle, Camelbak's insulated Podium big chill 25oz, is some what of a tight squeeze. And I believe the rubber "holders" on both sides gives i event more of a "grip" to the bottles exterior. There is a slight to moderate yanking effort just to get the bottle out, the trickier part is when you have to put the bottle back. I don't know if it will loosen on time and my worry now is if the screw adjustment rod will loosen as well which might compromise it's threading tightness. Otherwise, if you have a bottle that's even slightly smaller than the Podium insulated, this cage would be a nice thing to have in your bike.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By James L. Mcdaniel - Reviewed in the United States on July 17, 2013
Good product, not as big as it seems.
This bottle cage is perfect for precisely adjusting to smaller size bottles, but don't be misled into thinking you can carry a standard (32oz) nalgene in this thing. One of the pictures appears to be holding one, but it is actually a small steel bottle. Fully expanded, and with the metal part bent out a little bit, it still doesn't come close. Good cage, but not a solution for carrying large bottles.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Tas.Z - Reviewed in the United States on July 25, 2014
Works well, the mechanism seems finicky and wobbly if manhandled, but stays put and adjusts easily.
Looks good, feels good, the mechanism is not cheap. The core of the sliding is a milled stainless screw. For almost all of your use of this product, you will use the quick and easy slide function: depress a metal button that utilizes the milled banks of the screw to slide the cage back and forth. A very nice touch is you can make small, "analog" adjustments of the cage by rotating the screw head seen as the silver circle between the two cage arms protruding from the base of the bottle holder. This will screw or unscrew the milled bolt found in the core of the slider. I doubt I will use this often, if at all, but I like that it's there. Why 4 stars instead of 5? If you grab hold of the metal cage-sliding portion, you can twist it about. It's not stiff, but it will stay in the position you slide it to. No worries about a lack of functionality, it just gives it a cheap feeling, albeit the plastic and metal is of good quality. Made in Taiwan (which is good and shows). You get what you pay for, for this price range, the PROS make up for this con. Not sure how it will hold up to lots of use, we shall see.

Recent Reviews


2.0 out of 5 stars
By Ro2x - Reviewed in the United States on October 14, 2015
Not working with my 2.5" dia. stainless steel bottle
I got this cage to replace my generic, boring, in-perfect-working-order bottle cage. I'd never gone wrong with Topeak, so I went for this one: I have a 24oz Hydro Flask with a diameter of 2.5", thought I could replace it with a bigger one and it would fit. Wrong. Luckily I didn't buy the bigger bottle: I can barely fit this one! I don't know if it's the friction between materials: rubber on the cage and stainless steel with a powder-coated matte finish on the bottle, but even when the cage is fully open (where you can put the largest bottles), it's almost impossible to put the bottle in or take it out. It even damaged the heavy duty paint on my Hydro Flask bottle -- you know what I'm talking about if you own or have ever touched a Hydro Flask -- that paint is impossible to damage... I've dropped my bottle dozens of times and haven't made a scratch, I've used my bottle on the Topeak Modula cage maybe half a dozen times and it's already scratched. Maybe this cage works well with plastic bottles -- I will try with a Polar bottle and edit my review -- but I like to keep my water ice cold, and the plastic bottles just don't do the trick.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By turboman - Reviewed in the United States on April 19, 2012
Holds those bottles on rough trails.
I purchased two of these, one for the road bike and one for the mountain bike. I wanted the adjustable cage because I'm always using or reusing various size bottles. The smallest setting holds those cheap, thin plastic water bottles you buy in the grocery store and the largest setting holds the standard size workout bottles that have the indentation around the top. Once installed on the mountain bike I hit the trail for a ten mile, single track trail ride. The trail consisted of everything from smooth hard packed soil to holes, rocks, ruts and roots. Rough enough to shake things apart. I ride my trails as fast as I can without loosing it and without abusing the bike. I tested the holder with three bottles, the standard sized bike bottle with the teeth pull opening, a Poweraid bottle that I reuse and the standard size, grocery store water bottle made out of the cheap thin plastic. The cage held all three size bottles at various fluid levels over the roughest terrain. Not once did any bottle get jarred loose or come close to falling out. Even the thin plastic bottle was held firm both full and empty. I stop to drink when trail riding and the bottles slide in and out of the cage easily. I actually put a little silicone on the rubber coating of the wire cage to facilitate removal. Not that it needed it but it did make it smoother. The cage passed this test with 100% and I am content with it. On the road bike one does not need to worry about the bottle falling out unless you get hit by another vehicle, in which case it will probably not concern you anyway. The bottles slide in and out easily and I am content with this application as well. I recommend this cage for both road and mountain biking as it holds the various size bottles you will use and holds them well.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Stewie - Reviewed in the United States on June 5, 2018
Love it!!
I love this cage. I’m not a professional biker just so you know. But I have picked it up a few months ago and try to go out daily for about an hour or two. I’ve been doing bike trails, streets and sidewalks. I’ve bought this cage cause I wanted something small enough to hold a regular sized water bottle. I’ve got to say I’ve been on some bumpy rides and this holds it nice and snug. I thought I might have to use a hair tie to hold it in tighter, but NOPE, it stays in tight do to the Awesome rubber sides on the metal part. Out of curiosity I wanted to see if my hubbys 16oz Yeti Rambler would fit, cause he uses it daily, and it did. It seemed over sized tall wise but it fit in there nice and tight. Gonna try to upload photos and video to give you all an idea of what it looks like. Anyways, haven’t had it long, I hope it holds out and doesn’t brake cause so far I absolutely love it. (Ok so I’m trying to upload the photos and video but it won’t let me upload the video with the Yeti ... Sorry)

4.0 out of 5 stars
By GS216 - Reviewed in the United States on October 14, 2018
Smaller than i thought when fully unscrewed open.
Bought this Topeak bottle cage to replace the Bontrager's RL bottle cage that I was originally using on my bike. My go to water bottle, Camelbak's insulated Podium big chill 25oz, is some what of a tight squeeze. And I believe the rubber "holders" on both sides gives i event more of a "grip" to the bottles exterior. There is a slight to moderate yanking effort just to get the bottle out, the trickier part is when you have to put the bottle back. I don't know if it will loosen on time and my worry now is if the screw adjustment rod will loosen as well which might compromise it's threading tightness. Otherwise, if you have a bottle that's even slightly smaller than the Podium insulated, this cage would be a nice thing to have in your bike.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By James L. Mcdaniel - Reviewed in the United States on July 17, 2013
Good product, not as big as it seems.
This bottle cage is perfect for precisely adjusting to smaller size bottles, but don't be misled into thinking you can carry a standard (32oz) nalgene in this thing. One of the pictures appears to be holding one, but it is actually a small steel bottle. Fully expanded, and with the metal part bent out a little bit, it still doesn't come close. Good cage, but not a solution for carrying large bottles.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Tas.Z - Reviewed in the United States on July 25, 2014
Works well, the mechanism seems finicky and wobbly if manhandled, but stays put and adjusts easily.
Looks good, feels good, the mechanism is not cheap. The core of the sliding is a milled stainless screw. For almost all of your use of this product, you will use the quick and easy slide function: depress a metal button that utilizes the milled banks of the screw to slide the cage back and forth. A very nice touch is you can make small, "analog" adjustments of the cage by rotating the screw head seen as the silver circle between the two cage arms protruding from the base of the bottle holder. This will screw or unscrew the milled bolt found in the core of the slider. I doubt I will use this often, if at all, but I like that it's there. Why 4 stars instead of 5? If you grab hold of the metal cage-sliding portion, you can twist it about. It's not stiff, but it will stay in the position you slide it to. No worries about a lack of functionality, it just gives it a cheap feeling, albeit the plastic and metal is of good quality. Made in Taiwan (which is good and shows). You get what you pay for, for this price range, the PROS make up for this con. Not sure how it will hold up to lots of use, we shall see.