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3T Di2 Batery Holder
REVIEW DATE: 14 Dec, 2013
RRP: $25
Retailer(s): Available from all good bike stores NZ wide

Thinking of making your Di2 bike a little sleeker than the other battery assisted shifting rigs on the bunch ride then look no further than the 3T Shimano Di2 battery holder.  By removing te stock battery off your frame and into the seatpost you are one step closer to losing the clutter, kind of like losing the ST shifter cables of old.  Go ahead treat yourself!

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