SRAM eTap AXS BlipBox

SRAM eTap AXS BlipBox
SRAM eTap AXS BlipBox
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eTap AXS BlipBox by SRAM
Designed for tri and TT bike setups, the significantly smaller eTap AXS BlipBox from SRAM is now easier to integrate on your rig, mounting on the inside of a stem faceplate cap, feed box, or frame for clean looks and limitless aero configurations. It's also AXS-enabled meaning, via the app, it allows for easy personalization.The BlipBox allows you to use SRAM's Blips and Clics, with two ports per side for a total of four remote shifter ports, the Blips or aerobar Clics replace standard shift levers. It provides that same simple and intuitive eTap shift logic and its wireless setup makes for easy install, travel, and use. The eTap AXS BlipBox is compatible only with AXS-enabled components.

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SKU: SRM00FW
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