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The Popular King Cage Iris Cage now in Titanium!

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Well, I know I’ve been waiting for it to happen, and according to Ron at King Cage, I wasn’t the only one! King Cage has officially launched the Titanium Iris Cage. This is a titanium version of their popular, classic, and elegant stainless steel Iris Cage.

The new Ti Iris Cage is a high-quality, USA-made product that is handmade in Colorado, like all of King Cage’s product. Check out the regular Titanium Bottle Cage that I used on the Masi Incanto Ti Dream Build.

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Photo C. King Cage

The new Titanium Iris Cage is now available on their website.

The new cage is made of solid titanium rod and not tubing, making it a bit heavier than the stainless steel version of the Iris Cage. But, the solid tubing will also make for a strong cage that could last a lifetime of damage-free existence.

This cage looks pretty beautiful in titanium. It may be the perfect cage for folks that want something to match their titanium bikes but carry that classic, elegant look of the Iris Cage.

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The mounting plate has a “King Cage Titanium” stamped on it which is a cool touch. The claimed weight of the Titanium Iris cage is 57 grams. It will not mark up your plastic bottles (but will scratch your painted bottles), and like the stainless steel Iris Cage can carry the flat-sided 27oz Klean Kanteen with no issue.

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Photo c. King Cage

There will be updated photos online soon. The bottle from Fat City Cycles is not included.

Retail for the Titanium Iris Cage is $45. You can now get $5 off of that price with the discount code: HAPPYNEWYEAR good until the end of the year.

Also, if you buy any Iris Cage (ti or stainless) you could get 20% off your purchase of our limited-release Iris Short Sleeve Shirt


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1 year ago

Now THAT is how you shape a BEAUTIFUL cage out of metal!!

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