Topeak DeFender M1/M2

 
3.5 stars
 (2 Reviews)
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Description

Topeak's DeFender M1/M2 fender set offers durable rain and mud protection on wet and sloppy rides. They're incredibly light and easy-to-use, too. The front installs easily to any standard fork and the rear connects to most seat posts. Their quick-release attachments allow the DeFenders to be installed and removed in seconds.

Features & Info

420 grams (per set)

Consumer Reviews

 
3.5 stars

(2 reviews)

50% of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to install  (2)
  • Front fender is great 
  • Front fender stays put 
  • Good protection 
  • Lightweight 
  • Rear fender attaches easy 

Cons

  • Breaks or cracks easily 
  • Comes loose 
  • Confusing instructions 
  • Rear fender does not stay 

Best Uses

  • Commuting 
  • Mountain bikes 

 
2.0
Oct 04, 2014

Front fender great, rear fender...nah

Pros:
Easy to Install, Front Fender Is Great, Front Fender Stays Put, Rear Fender Attaches Easy
Cons:
Breaks or Cracks Easily, Comes Loose, Rear Fender Does Not Stay
Best Uses:
Commuting
The front fender is excellent. It stays in place, covers a good bit of the down tube, and keeps the front 'drippies' from flying up into your path. the rear fender, in my opinion, is worthless. I purchased multiples, thinking perhaps I got a 'lemon' the first time, and that wasn't the case. The rear fender twists side to side far too easily while riding. I ended up buying a totally different rear fender after going through 3 between my wife's bike and mine, none of which would stay properly at all. I'd recommend the front fender without question. I'd absolutely NOT recommend the rear fender, at all.
by Sarge Robo from Washington state

 
5.0
Jun 16, 2012

Great accessory for West Coast weather

Pros:
Lightweight, Good Protection, Easy to Install, Tough
Cons:
Confusing Instructions
Best Uses:
Mountain Bikes
Just bought this today and had them on the bike in 20 mins. Instructions were a bit confusing, but I managed to figure it out. The front fender has 2 sizes which took the longest to figure out. Front fender install instructions: 1. Remove front and back rear from front fender. 2. Flip bike. 3. Test large widget set in fork. Note: If the widget set is too large, remove the two outside pieces and install small one in. 4. Tighten screw. 5. Flip bike. 6. Add front and rear pieces (front and rear are labeled F and R, respectively on each part of the front fender.
by Boy804 from Port Moody, BC