Dragons Den - Rehook

Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by steveindenmark, 12 Sep 2019.

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  2. screenman

    screenman Legendary Member

    A clever guy.
     
  3. Thanks for the that. Just bought a twin set.
     
  4. screenman

    screenman Legendary Member

    I think it is a great idea, not that I will be buying one.
     
  5. winjim

    winjim Iron pony

    I've read that entire article, the front page of the rehook website, watched the first minute of the product video (albeit on mute) and I'm still not sure what it does or how it works. However, the fact that the chap 'had a similar wardrobe malfunction' on the way to the studio suggests that it may not work very well at all.

    So it's a no from me.
     
  6. Globalti

    Globalti Legendary Member

    It will sell well in Lakeland, which is the store full of clever solutions looking for a problem.

    As for me, it's just another piece of junk to carry, which might get used once a year when a fellow cyclist has an unshipped chain. By the time you've rummaged through all the other junk in your saddle bag, frame bag, stem bag, rucsac or bar bag another cyclist will have replaced the chain in five seconds with their fingers.
     
    Last edited: 12 Sep 2019
  7. CarlP

    CarlP La-Dee-Rhum-Buckedee-Ni-Ni-Nooo

    I like it and I’m going to order some for my bikes.
     
  8. roadrash

    roadrash cycle chatterer

    Did anyone else read the title as DRAGOS DEN,.... no....just me then
     
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  9. winjim

    winjim Iron pony

    What does it do? Anybody?
     
  10. Adam4868

    Adam4868 Veteran

    Some of those free plastic gloves you get at the petrol station do the same thing.I presume it's about not getting your hands dirty.
     
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  11. keithmac

    keithmac Veteran

    That's the joy of a carbon belt, no oil and no mess!.
     
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  12. Supersuperleeds

    Supersuperleeds Guru

    Location:
    Leicester
    Put it at the end of a tyre lever and you have a winner
     
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  13. YukonBoy

    YukonBoy The Monch

    Location:
    Inside my skull
    If your chain comes off you can use it to put the chain back on without getting oily hands. Same if taking a wheel out to fix a puncture.
     
  14. Poacher

    Poacher Gravitationally challenged member

    Location:
    Nottingham
    That's amazing! Wish I'd had one decades ago.

    You wouldn't believe the number of bikes I've had to throw away because I couldn't get the chain back on.
     
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  15. Slow But Determined

    Slow But Determined Nid Yw Cymru Ar Werth!

    Funnily enough mine came off a couple of days ago. A bit of tissue from my jersey pocket sorted it. No dirty hands, five seconds to put back on.

    Just don't blow your nose on said tissue!!
     
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