anyone tried these:
Cheers in advance.
But ....check out the range....Only 1.5 metres....
one, stay away they are shite...
just use chain lube..
noted, but more so.
I used a Scottoiler
a few years back and dcame to realise that manually lubing a chain wasn't as much of a pain as I'd thought...
I reckon shaft drive is the easiest option
it would appears that i'll be sticking to a can of oil
Mr B tried one.
He did 19 miles before it fell apart.
We both use Scottoilers, but of course they cost a lot.
Belt drive is my favourite.
Try to be a sparkly unicorn, not a miserable cow.
i get it. thery're crap.
so it's either a scottoiler or a can.
scottoiler? Is the vsystem any good?
Yes, I got the manual one and love it.
Pros: Small, light, simple to fit, cheap. Great for weekend riders like myself.
Cons: Have to remember to turn it on and off! The on/off valve also sets the flow rate and has a very small movement between high and low rates. The delivery nozzle is fragile so if you get it out of line the sprocket eats it quickly (not a problem if you have a workshop with access to heat shrink tubing as you can easily make another).
So yes I like it as it's maintenance free and virtually invisible on the bike.
i've got a scott, and a pdoiler. i won't buy another scottscott. the pd is much easier to operate consistently
the plot thickens.
cheers for the feedback