Peaty’s LinkLube Wet is a biodegradable chain lube w/ an Irish coffee scent

Steve Peat has added a new drivetrain lubricant to his line of bicycle maintenance products. Joining the Peaty’s Dry Link Lube and All-Weather Link Lube is the all-new Link Lube Wet. Link the rest of the range, it is environmentally friendly, with a readily biodegradable formula said to keep your drivetrain running smooth in the filthiest of conditions.

Peaty’s Link Lube Wet

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Peaty’s have spent the last three years developing the all-new Link Lube Wet, designed for long rides in the wettest, filthiest conditions, off the back of their athletes’ requirements. The claim is that this wet lube easily lasts a full day riding in any condition whilst not turning to thick, impossible to clean, gunk which wet lubes are renowned for.

LinkLube Wet is a higher viscosity blend of waxes and oils with a higher concentration of waxes and corrosion inhibitors compared to LinkLube All-Weather. The high wax concentration is said to make the wet lube much quieter and smoother running, whilst also lasting much longer than its All-Weather counterpart, especially on long wet rides. The most peculiar thing about this new lube is that the brand have added an Irish Coffee sent to it!

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Peaty’s say testing of the lube was also carried out on ebikes, where chains are under greater torque for longer periods of time. Testing on ebikes also expedited the development process, because of course, you can ride harder for longer with a motor.

To apply, Peaty’s recommend you drip it onto the inside face of your chain, spin your cranks around 15-20 times to allow the LinkLube to soak deep into the nooks and crannies of our chain links, then wipe off the excess.

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Pricing & Availability

Pick up Peaty’s Link Lube Wet in three sizes; 15ml, 60ml, and 120ml, retailing at £2.99/€3.49, £7.99/€9.99 and £11.99/€13.99, respectively.

Peatys.co.uk

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deven8
1 year ago

who makes that valve stem ?

Seraph
Seraph
1 year ago
Reply to  deven8

My guess is Peaty’s.

deven8
1 year ago
Reply to  Seraph

thanks your right its the new one V2

buckstwoold
buckstwoold
1 year ago

They now have cherry-flavored CO2 cartridges, too, for those who don’t think coffee-lube is silly enough.

LubeGoob
LubeGoob
1 year ago

I’d love to see a real world test of this lube.
I remember trying a sample bottle of Dumonde tech’s “Cafe Dumond” lube. Turned to a gooey pile Snot that clung to every spec of dirt that was thrown at it. Took considerable effort to remove it.
With Peaty’s lube being coffee scented as well, I wonder if similar additives are being used.

Crash Bandicoot
Crash Bandicoot
1 year ago

Never realized Dumonde experimented with scented chain lube. They needed to, I love their lite chain lube for my road bikes but my wife always chews me out for putting that stuff on the bike while it’s inside the house, it really reeks, but it works so banished to the garage I am.