April 23, 2018
Front Basket Removable Quick” Click” Mounting With A White Mounting Bracket
– The basket is quickly mounted on the steering wheels, very practical and strong CLICK holder.
– We take off the basket with one move!
– Practical application for trips and shopping!
Ohuhu Bike Basket Rust-Proof Quick Release Front Handlebar Bicycle Lift Off Baskets with Holder, Mesh Bottom
- Handlebar hooks and a Velcro strap make installation and uninstallation a breeze!
- The bike basket can be installed and uninstalled in seconds without using any tools, and fits for most of handle bars.
- Its special plastic coated design makes it RUST-PROOF and WATER-PROOF.
- I used for groceries, but main reason I bought was for our 8lb Morkie, she LOVED it.
- I used her backpack carrier inside the basket and she had lots of fun having bike rides.
- The other day I was cruising along and hit a speed bump.
- The instead of just rattling the handles bounced all the way up and caused the basket to release and fall in front of my tire causing an accident.
- All they need to make this basket awesome is two little rubber pieces that hold the handles in place to keep them from rattling or flying up if you hit a bump and causing the basket to release.
- Until they improve the mechanism I can’t recommend the product and furthermore deem it unsafe.
- It took only seconds to install and my 10 lb Papillon fits great in it.
- It comes in tow parts, one is a frame that mounts to the handlebar and the front post.
- The other is the basket with two handles that lie down flat when the basket is seated in its frame.
- The action of laying down the handles securely locks the back into its frame on the bike.
- This allow the user to carry the bike around to do shopping and them to lock it back into its frame on the bike on the way home.
- This basket will sit on your handlebars, and as long as the basket isn’t too full the light can shine through the basket.
- I had to buy an additional light for my helmet because I do put things in my basket which blocked my light.
- I haven’t had it accidentally fall off of my bike, but the bottom of it arrived warped and it’s a little difficult to put on your bike when you can’t see the bottom to line up the holes.
- The bottom of my basket is broken where you line it up to put on the bike because I couldn’t see and there isn’t a way to align it.
- There is a possibility that the basket might arrive and be setup on your bicycle slightly crooked.
- Not enough for other people to see, but enough for YOU to see.
- Combine no guide-rails to help you get the basket on the bike quickly, it is on there crooked, and the bottom will break quickly, it’s still an OK basket because it has held things well enough, it hasn’t rusted, and it can come off easily enough if you lift up the handlebars on it.
- I like it enough to keep it on, but I think I’ll look at some other baskets before maybe picking this one again.
- You might encounter people making fun of your bike basket.
- Obviously, the saddle bag doesn’t have a lock, so there is no real security for whatever you stow in it.
- It does have double zipper tabs so you could put a small lock through the zipper tabs, for what that is worth.
- It is easily detached so you could also take the bike bag with you if you leave your bike, which is the ultimate security, I suppose, (but so could thieves).
- But the phone holder was so much better than I expected!
- It was easy to install, and you can use your phone through the plastic cover!
- The phone is visible and you can run your workout tracking app or listen to music easily, because you can operate the phone through the plastic.
- I might even detach it and put my phone in it for walks or other events where I am out in the rain, and need to view my phone regularly.
- The mounting piece on the back is very flat and doesn’t get in the way when you carry it.
- Both items were easy to install, too, and took only minutes.
- For the price, these items are really nicely designed and ideally functional for their purpose!
- For a few minutes I was certain there was a design flaw and zip ties were the answer.