SRAM GX Eagle 12 speed Chain

SRAM GX Eagle 12 speed Chain
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Pros & Cons

Pros & Cons

  • With this chain you'll have high-end technology from pricier groupsets at a reasonable price.
  • This chain is a tad heavier than its more expensive siblings.
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Specifications

Specifications

Brand
SRAM
Bike Type
Mountain bike
Number of gears
12 speed
Suitable for
SRAM
Drivetrain Type
1 x 12
Quality
Good
Number of links
126 links
Colour
Grey

Description

Description

Designed for the Eagle technology. The Sram GX Eagle chain has, in contrast to the XX1 and X01 chain a solid pin construction. The chain is cheaper but also a bit heavier. The Sram GX Eagle chain has an Eagle™ PowerLock® lock ring with Flow Link™ technology. This results in a smoother run and a longer life span. The chain is one of the quietest, strongest, and most durable in the world. The Eagle™ technology achieves a range of 500%, which is 20% bigger than other 1x drivetrains.

Technology

• Including 12-speed power lock
• Minimum 112 shifts
• Technologies: FLOWLINK™ and POWERLOCK®

Assembly

Use Missing Link pliers
This chain comes with a missing link as standard. The use of this missing link makes it very easy to assemble the chain, but is also ideal if you want to thoroughly clean your bike. To open and close this missing link you need Missing Link pliers, you can find them here.

Lengthening with a chain rivet tool
When you buy a chain it is always too long, which means it always needs to be cut to length. To adjust the chain to the correct length it has to be broken, this is done with a chain punch. Our chain punches can be found here. Make sure you choose a chain tool for the right speed.

User tips

How often should I clean my bike? Regular cleaning ensures that your material lasts longer and that you can enjoy your cycling for longer. How often you need to clean depends on the weather conditions in which you ride. Do you cycle through all kinds of weather, or do you only go out when the sun is shining? It all affects the degree of wear and tear and some people will have to clean their bikes more often than others. Use the schedule below as a guide:

October to March:
• Clean every 200 km
• Rinse after every ride
• Dry and oil the chain after every ride
• Leave the bike to dry at room temperature

April to September:
• Clean every 300 km
• Rinse off after cycling in the rain
• Dry and oil the chain after polishing or rinsing
• Leave the bike to dry at room temperature
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Reviews

Reviews

4.6 / 5
Average from 96 reviews
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Most recent reviews

4 / 5

Top product price-quality

- Robby 27 June 2024

Price-quality this is a good chain can last about 1000km when riding in mud in winter and on an ebike.

Pros & Cons

Price
Quality
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5 / 5

Wear-resistant silent chain

- Ronald 22 May 2024

a hard-wearing chain. They could learn a thing or two from that at Shimano. Works silently.

Pros & Cons

highly wear-resistant
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5 / 5

Top value for money

- Xavier 4 May 2024

Excellent value for money and fast delivery.

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3 / 5

Worn out quickly, but this was in tough conditions, so I'll give this type of chain another chance.

- Arjen 28 February 2024

Worn out after 950km. This was in very wet and muddy conditions in winter 2023/2024. After every ride, I clean the chain and sprockets and give the chain a fresh coat of lubricant. In drier conditions, I still hope to get a few thousand kilometres with this chain.

Pros & Cons

Easy fitting due to quick link
Quickly wears out in wet conditions
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4 / 5

Fine original chain

- Jorn 12 February 2024

Fine original chain. Sram Eagle requires precise adjustment but then runs nicely. Lasts quite long despite riding through rain, mud and sand (2000+km).

Pros & Cons

Black and silver looks quite sleek
Original
Runs beautifully
Sustainable
Sram Eagle requires precise adjustment
X01 seems to be more durable
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4

Robby, 27 June 2024

Top product price-quality

Price-quality this is a good chain can last about 1000km when riding in mud in winter and on an ebike.

  • Price
  • Quality
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5

Ronald, 22 May 2024

Wear-resistant silent chain

a hard-wearing chain. They could learn a thing or two from that at Shimano. Works silently.

  • highly wear-resistant
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5

Xavier, 4 May 2024

Top value for money

Excellent value for money and fast delivery.

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3

Arjen, 28 February 2024

Worn out quickly, but this was in tough conditions, so I'll give this type of chain another chance.

Worn out after 950km. This was in very wet and muddy conditions in winter 2023/2024. After every ride, I clean the chain and sprockets and give the chain a fresh coat of lubricant. In drier conditions, I still hope to get a few thousand kilometres with this chain.

  • Easy fitting due to quick link
  • Quickly wears out in wet conditions
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4

Jorn, 12 February 2024

Fine original chain

Fine original chain. Sram Eagle requires precise adjustment but then runs nicely. Lasts quite long despite riding through rain, mud and sand (2000+km).

  • Black and silver looks quite sleek
  • Original
  • Runs beautifully
  • Sram Eagle requires precise adjustment
  • X01 seems to be more durable
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