SON 2-Pole Connection for SON-Coaxial Cable - Connector Set Male & Female

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Overall Product Rating 4.7 / 5
The best connector for SON Coax Cable
By Aleman
17 May 2021
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsRequires soldering
I needed to add a SON rear light to our tandem. ... the 1.9m supplied length of coax cable was to short,, so I had to add an extension piece ... Also if you have a bike with SnS connectors you may want to fit this, even if the cable length is OK.

Yes it requires soldering, Yes, it's fiddly to do and assemble. Once done however it's solid and reliable. It requires a good positive push to mate, but one done that sucker isn't going to come apart.

In addition to the heat shrink just to make it a bit more water proof, I used some Collinite 485 Insulating wax, just lightly smeared on the outside of the join.
Well made product
By paulH
20 Oct 2017
4 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsSoldering the joints can be a little fiddly
ProsWell made and durable. Does the job
Good product and does the job perfectly, although the soldering of the wires can be a little fiddly, but the instructions are clear.
Bomb Proof
By Terry Rimmer
23 May 2017
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsPerhaps expensive but worth the peace of mind
ProsQuality products that will not let you down
My dynamo rear light became unreliable, sometimes on and then off without no obvious reason. So, I ripped out all the cableling and replaced it with Schmidt coaxial cable and a junction just behind the BB. Everything now works fine and the rear light is perhaps brighter than when new. I think the cabling will outlive the bike.
Questions & Answers (1)
Is this a crimp or solder connector?
13 Aug 2017
Also wanting to confirm its suitability as a one piece only required cable 'splitter' on a separable Moulton with dynamo lighting? Many thanks in advance. Apologies if it's a dumb question.

This item requires a solder connection. It can indeed be used as a one piece cable splitter.