Sold individually or in pairs. Also available in a left-side configuration.
Versus: Cage Fight - BIKE Magazine - 5.2.2019
"...the Flow Storage Cage is made from fiber-reinforced plastic, making it stiffer and more robust than some of the other cages in the test. Two 16-gram Co2 canisters (which are included) strap with hook and loop to either side of the cage like miniature rocket boosters, and the buckle-style opening keeps the tool compartment sealed. There is a small C02 chuck tucked deep inside the case, beneath the included V16 tool...Plenty of options for even slightly more extensive trail-side repairs."
Interbike 2018: New Offerings from Lezyne - BIKE Magazine - 9.20.2018
"the Flow Storage Cage stands out for one significant reason: It actually stores a real tool...the Lezyne V16 is something you’d actually choose to keep in your pack. But now you don’t have to. The cage also will hold on to two CO2 cartridges, a C02 inflator … and a patch kit. Ok, so maybe everything it stores is all that useful."
EUROBIKE 2018, PART SEVEN: ODDS AND ENDS - CyclingTips - 7.25.2018
"Another new on-bike tool storage option from Lezyne is the Flow Storage Cage, which tucks a CO2 canister on either side of its side-access composite cage, and tire repair bits inside the small plastic container at the base.Inside the plastic case, there’s enough room for a CO2 inflator head, glueless patch kit, and a small multi-tool."
12.13.2019 - Bikepacking Gear That Lasts: A Gift Guide - Bikepacking.com
"I have said it before and I’ll say it again… it’s absolutely amazing how durable these cages are. I have a couple that probably have over 10,000 miles on them." -Logan
02.12.2019 - Complete List Of Useful, Durable, And Oversized Bottle Cages For Bike Touring And Bikepacking - Bikepacking.com
"The Lezyne Power Bottle cage is one of the best and most burly cages we’ve used. At just 66 grams, that’s impressive. A lot of folks say the King Cage is the best, but I think it has competition. I have three of them and they’ve withstood the rigors of two tours, carried water for over 15,000 kilometers – sometimes on incredibly rough tracks – survived being banged around in and on top of buses and trains, and I’ll confidently bolt them on for the next trip. The best thing about these cages is the fact that they maintain their snug grip. They’re made of oversized hollow aluminum tubing for strength, and the wrap-around design securely holds bottles over rough terrain. I’ve found stainless cages prone to bending and becoming loose, which can produce rattling when used with metal bottles."
10.08.2014 - Pedaling Nowhere Reviews the Power Bottle Cage
"The Lezyne Power Bottle cage is by far the best and most burly cage I’ve used. At 66 grams, that’s impressive."