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Omni-Cruise Universal Cruise Control/Throttle Lock
Slip it on to any size grip, on any bike. Snug the thumb screw. Go Ride.
The Omni Cruise is a universal fit motorcycle throttle lock. It is a new concept in easing the stress on riders wrists. Not only universal fit, it also installs in seconds to provide fully adjustable cruise control on any bike and only when you need it. That means it isn't using up any valuable grip space when you don't need it, and when you do, the Omni-Cruise Throttle Lock is the thinnest on-grip motorcycle cruise control on the market at only a quarter of an inch wide.
When you hit that unavoidable boring stretch of road and your fingers begin to go numb and your wrist is starting to ache, simply lift up on the Omni-Cruise control thumb lever, and it takes the weight of the throttle return off of your wrist. Pulling the brake lever will lift the Omni-Cruise, thus turning it off. Also, rotating the throttle off will lift the Omni-Cruise, turning it off. To decrease the maintained speed, simply rotate the throttle off to the speed desired. To increase speed, either roll on the throttle then push press down on the Omni-Cruise with your finger or press down and roll the throttle at the same time.
It is simple to install, simple to adjust, and simple to use. In seconds the Omni-Cruise can adjust to fit anything from a 50cc pocket bike to some of the largest cruiser grips ever put on a bike. Anything from scooters to cruisers, super sport to super naked, and any bikes in between. If it has a throttle and a brake lever with 3.25" clearance, the Omni-Cruise Cruise Control fits.
It is designed to ease tension on the riders wrist, and not to enable single handed operation of a cycle. Your right hand is your gateway to speed control and removing your hand completely increases your response time in the event of any unforeseen event (like a rogue suicidal squirrel). Simply put, keeping your hand on the grip increases your chances of living through a bad situation no matter what throttle assist best fits your needs.
Omni-Cruise requires a minimum of 3 1/4" of clearance from the grip to any objects that may interfere with its operation, including hand guards and low mirrors in front of the grip. Many times these interfering objects can be adjusted, but not always. Please measure if there is a risk of interference.
- Installs and comes off in 6 seconds with gloves on
- At 1/4" wide the Omni-Cruise takes up less grip space than any other on-grip product on the market
- Utility Thumb Lever flips 180* out of the way quickly for bikes with close-proximity plastics and windshields and provides ergonomical thumb activation
- Weather proof
- Body CNC'd from premium 6061 USA-made billet aluminum
- Pivot nut made from 7075 premium grade Aluminum
- Lower Slide (contacts brake lever) CNC'd from Acetol to prevent wear on lever
- Plastic Thumb Knob on Stainless Steel screw allows easy adjustment with gloves on without removing your hand from the throttle
- Stainless Hardware with high end Brazilian 17-7 Stainless spring washers
- 1 year warranty
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Reviews & Questions
Build quality is great, and in theory this product should work like a charm, but it doesn't.
It slips on the grip even on the hardest setting (set screw all the way in). I rode it with oxford heated grips and original CBR600RR grips, in the dry and in the rain. Same result both times. It holds for a few seconds, then slips.
Works like a champ. I keep it turned close to the brake so I can use my index finger to set it.
Set it finger tight, just like it says, stays put just like it says. When I want to /clear/ it, I'll pull the clutch, turn the throttle down, then let the clutch back out. Easy Peasy.
Shame it doesn't work for the other riders, I think it is quite a good little setup. I agree with another poster in that it does move where your hand has to sit and my grips are a little short. I still feel it is well worth it
over 2 years ago