There's not much to be said about this cage other than to say it's well made, very simple, fairly light, holds bottles well, and is obscenely cheap. I put this on a fixed gear build and I'm very pleased with it.
This isn't the lightest bottle cage, but for the majority of riders this is a robust and affordable bottle cage that will hold your bottle in place. Not exactly cutting edge tech here guys.
I bought 3 of these... They are not as sturdy as the one I am replacing. First ride the cage gives so that the bottle is not held as securely as I would like. The cage bends too easily.
I got one of these my mistake when my LBS replaced a stipped water bottle cage boss on my bike. He added on a Comp cage. I took it off when I got home and threw in a box with about a dozen other cages I have tried. I got tired of having my water bottles work loose and tried the Comp cage. Works great. Strong, holds bottle, works well with the Camelbak Podium bottles. It's not high tech carbon, stainless steel, ti, or some other space age material. It's just a sturdy cage that has been around forever. I just ordered another one.
These are classic looking bottle cages. They are lightweight. Removing and insert a bottle is easy. I recently had one bottle fly out but I was doing 35mph on very rough pavement.
Otherwise they've held on to bottles on really rough gravel rides. The paint on the cage does rub off onto my bottles. This is a problem i had with other aluminum cages as well. Overall it's a good cage from the money.