Ritchey Comp Zero Headset

Ritchey Comp Zero Headset
19 reviews
17,95 12,- discount
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Pros & Cons

Pros & Cons

  • This headset has an excellent price-quality ratio.
  • Really durable headset.
  • Headset from a the higher segment weigh less and turn more easily.
Read more on what our customers have to say about this product

Specifications

Specifications

Brand
Ritchey
S.H.I.S.
Upper: ZS44/28.6 / Lower: ZS44/30
Headset Diameter
1 1/8 inch
Top Cover Height
4 mm
Type
Semi-intergrated

Description

Description

Ritchey Comp Zero, a semi integrated headset at a low price, but with the quality of an expensive Ritchey model.

Compatibility

• 45 °/45 ° angular contact bearings
• Material: steel
• Colour: black
• Includes starnut
• Weight: 140 grams
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Reviews

Reviews


1 / 5

Not the best product for an MTB

- Jeroen 10 June 2022

Because it closes less tightly, some extra force is needed when tightening the locking cap so that both taper rings are pressed tight enough against the steering head to feel no play. It caused the starnut to shift, so much force was needed. For an MTB, I would look for another model that closes better.

Pros & Cons

Closes less tightly around a 1 1/8 tube than others
The top cone is plastic instead of metal
Automatic translation

2 / 5

Better spend a bit more for a headset with industrial bearings.

- Evert 2 August 2021

I was very happy with this affordable product when I had just fitted it to my wife's MTB. However, the grease was out quickly to give way to dirt and rust.

Pros & Cons

Affordable
Easy to adjust
Runs smoothly (when new)
Lets dirt and water in easily
Rusts quickly
Automatic translation

4 / 5

easy to mount

- Bert 16 November 2020

Pros & Cons

price
proper explanation
Automatic translation

1

Jeroen, 10 June 2022

Not the best product for an MTB

Because it closes less tightly, some extra force is needed when tightening the locking cap so that both taper rings are pressed tight enough against the steering head to feel no play. It caused the starnut to shift, so much force was needed. For an MTB, I would look for another model that closes better.

  • Closes less tightly around a 1 1/8 tube than others
  • The top cone is plastic instead of metal
Automatic translation

2

Evert, 2 August 2021

Better spend a bit more for a headset with industrial bearings.

I was very happy with this affordable product when I had just fitted it to my wife's MTB. However, the grease was out quickly to give way to dirt and rust.

  • Affordable
  • Easy to adjust
  • Runs smoothly (when new)
  • Lets dirt and water in easily
  • Rusts quickly
Automatic translation

4

Bert, 16 November 2020

easy to mount

  • price
  • proper explanation
Automatic translation

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