Average connection time 25 secs
Average connection time 25 secs
At only 6 grams, the Prime chain catcher prevents the chain from damaging your frame when the chain falls off the rings of your road bike. It may be a simple piece of metal but it could save you a lot of tears and the cost of a new frame. Simply attach it to the front of your derailleur with the supplied bolt, which comes in a matching colour, and hit the roughest roads you want - without fear! The chain catcher is available for double and triple to prevent chain falling from double road CranksetAlloy 6061 Anodized in Red,Gold,Blue,Black and SilverWeight: 6g with 7075 Alu bolt
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Top Customer Reviews
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Does The Job
Discreet and practical piece of equipment that should prevent you losing your chain between your crank and frame. Wish I had one in place before I did just that and needed a new chain and repairs to my new frame! Get one and save yourself the aggravation!
Bought this as I recently dropped the chain off the small ring causing it to jam up which cost me a chain, rear mech and mech hanger. Fitting this will save me money in the future. A good investment easy to fit and works great!
This little piece of metal has been applied to ALL of my family's bikes. My wife's Pinarello dropped the chain last year while she was climbing and got wedged between the sprocket and the frame. Left a nasty quarter sized paint chip. Just paid $180 to have that painted. BUY this $12 Token chain drop catcher. Its well worth it!
Very well designed easy to install and keep the chain from sliding down during fast gear change.
Not installed the Token Chain Drop Catcher for Road Double Chainsets yet, as the day before a sportive didn't seem to be the right time to take my front mech apart! However, it comes with all the fittings you'll need and some instructions - easy peasy.
Inexpensive but valuable
Protect your valuable frame's bottom bracket/chainstays with this inexpensive chain catcher. If installed properly and according to the instructions provided, works like a charm. I find that this catcher is very similar to the K-edge chain catcher but is a fraction of the cost. Hurry and get yours today
Much cheaper and better value than the rivals, looks great and does the job.
Functional Bling for your bike
I purchased this initially as an alternative to the "dog fang" and I was pleasantly surprised at how light this thing was. The package came with 3 different mounting screws, colour matched too.
Only works with a braze on front derailleur and if you have a band on one, it will not work as this bolts directly onto the front derailleur mount.
This is jewellery for your bike and works very well indeed.
Not just for carbon frames
What a lovely if small piece of gear. I installed this on my steel frame to protect the paint, but it's more than just a frame protector. This catcher works brilliantly to keep from dropping your chain in the midst of hard climbs over rough roads. The weight is negligible, for the money, there's simply no reason not to put this on your bike.