Motion Pro Cable Luber
Pretty but didn't really notice a benefity
Love the shiny blue finish but I've never really had good luck with these.
It seems to work better just being careful about spraying the cable.
When using this I ended up with a decent amount more lube on the bike so still needed to spray slowly.
I guess if you don't want to hold the cable steady while you spray it may be easier.
May 17, 2016
Works as it should
Very easy to use and works exactly as it should. Definitely cover this tool with a rag because some lubricant will leak out.
May 17, 2016
Does it's job.
This is a pretty basic maintenance item so there really isn't much to talk about it.
Just make sure you read the directions carefully or this job can get very messy quickly, it's already a little messy if you do it the right way any way.
January 28, 2016
Simple to use, but it is messy. Very lightweight and feels kind of cheap, but as long as it's used correctly it shouldn't break.
January 19, 2016
Makes lubing your cables much easier, and while still on the bike. Can get a little messy, so use a rag at each end of the cable.
August 10, 2015
I highly recommend this product for anyone who has anything with cables that need to move smoothly. Works great, although the seal isn't 100% -- a little oil (not much) does come out of the bottom of the tool when using it. I recommend wrapping it in a towel, just so you don't get lubricant everywhere. I used it to apply Motion Pro's cable lube to my bike's clutch cable yesterday, and I couldn't get over the difference it made. Wow. Much smoother action, very easy pull.
I will probably use this tool on every bike I own for the rest of my life.
July 26, 2015
I don't know how to even comment. It made lubing my cable so much easier. Minimal spillage but manageable. Tool is sturdy and easy to use.
June 29, 2015
Works Exactly As Needed
Like others have said, it's messy, just keep a rag at both ends, helps to have a second person if you can.
Pretty simple and easy to use, take your clutch cable end out of your lever, unscrew the two screws on the luber, make sure the little barrel on the end is sticking out of the other side, screw down the screws to clamp it down on the cable, plug the straw into the luber, wrap it in a rag, and spray. Wait for it to come out of the other end. If you're not getting anything out of the other end after lubing for a bit, try moving the cable back and forth. Took some play before mine worked it's way through.
April 2, 2014