SQLab 702 Ergonomic Lock On Grips

$60.00

The 702 comfort grip offers a maximum contact area, support and comfort. The extra-large wing supports your wrist and evenly distributes pressure thanks to its very large contact area. The preferred area of use is a comfortable trekking or city bike. The scope of delivery includes a set of grips.

This relief wing, which is located at the very edge and deeply extends downwards, frees up space for securely grasping the grip body in all situations. The raised grip end picks up the side of the hand and supports the hand. The inside’s level is higher and thus secures the natural position of the hand. Hence it specifically relieves the ulnar nerve, the median nerve and the carpal tunnel pass. The Ergobar offers a secure grip for the fingers and optimum support on the front and bottom with a wave-like elevation. The clamp moved from the outside to the inside in the course of the product development. This increases the shock absorption and comfort on the hand’s outer side. Thus, the SQlab grip series is no longer compatible with twist grips. Various rubber compounds ensure a perfect grip level and high comfort. We only use the best possible materials. This guarantees you a long service life and no sticking of the grip rubber.

The personal grip size is what matters. With the 702 grip, the sizes differ in diameter, length and shape.

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Description

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Small:

  • Length: 139.1mm
  • Weight (Pair): 215g
  • Range -1/3 of Total Length: 108mm

Medium: 

  • Length: 143.6mm
  • Weight (Pair): 225g
  • Range -1/3 of Total Length: 110.8mm

Large:

  • Length: 145.8mm
  • Weight (Pair): 255g
  • Range -1/3 of Total Length: 123.7mm

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