Wippermann 708 3/32 Inch 5 / 6 / 7 Speed Chain 108 Links

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Ideal for city, touring or BMX bikes with narrow sprockets. Compatible with derailleur systems (5, 6 & 7 speed) as well as internal hub gear systems (5, 6, 7, 12 or 14 speed). IntraX chains are more durable than conventional chains due to bushings in their inner links that ensure a greater carrying on the link surface (wider 1/2" x 1/8" chains do not run optimally on narrower sprockets).

- High-grade nickel-coated inner and outer places for effective protection against corrosion
- 1/2" x 3/32" Pin length: 7.4mm
- Weight: 339g/110 links
- 108 Links inc Snap On link
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Overall Product Rating 5 / 5
Superb, helpful if dimensional length of chain is advertised too
By andi pilkington
06 Oct 2022
5 / 5
I recommend this product
Consadd length in mm or " in the description
ProsAll good
Superb, helpful if dimensional length of chain is advertised too, as I ordered mine seven links too short alas my own fault
Questions & Answers (3)
Can I use this on a 2 speed Brompton?
13 Dec 2021
The Brompton chains don’t seem to last as long as Wipperman chains and so I’m wondering if this would fit a two speed Brompton
Many thanks
Kind regards
Yes, this would work, we tend to fit / recommend KMC X8 chains.

Can I use this with a triple touring chainset, 7 speed block?
08 May 2020
Hi, yes you can. Thanks
wipperman chains
25 Oct 2018
Is there any difference in quality between Wippermann 708 3/32 Inch 5 / 6 / 7 Speed Chain with 108 Links and the Wippermann 804 3/32 Inch 6 / 7 / 8 Speed Chain with 114 Links?
Also, what about the
I realise the more expensive one comes with more links and a connex link but is it worth paying the extra?
I'm running a 7 speed Shimano mega- range rear screw-on freewheel and 48 tooth outer ring.
Many thanks,

General differences for chains are the coating, weight etc.

The main difference for these will be the weight.

Thanks - 29/10/18