Below is a review of Shimano’s XTR Di2 posted in Pinkbike.
Things like these brings us closer to electronic shifting becoming available to the masses. As more and more products like this one are put out in the market and as manufacturers jump in the bandwagon, prices would drop. But WHEN will regular Juans and Juanas like us be able to afford it? We don’t know yet. Right now it’s cost is around $3,500 as quoted by VeloNews. And thats just for a single chainring configuration.
₱150k+ para sa electronic shifter? Wapak!!!
Sana bago tayo maging Shimanongs ay maranasan natin makagamit ng ganito. Ang sarap sigurong mag trail at umakyat ng uphell kung ganito ang aalalay sayo. Pero dahil panaginip pa lamang ito para sa ating mga regular na pinoy, atin munang pag tyagaan kung anong meron tayo na swak sa ating mga bulsa.