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Oxford Cruise Anti-Fatigue Throttle Assist
The Oxford Cruise throttle assist is designed to reduce wrist and hand fatigue on long journeys by assisting throttle operation when cruising on motorways/major roads. It's easy to fit and remove, easily adjustable and fits the majority of motorcycles and scooters.
- Reduces wrist and hand fatigue on long journeys
- Assists throttle operation when cruising on motorways/major roads
- Easy to fit and remove
- Easily adjustable
- Fits the majority of motorcycles and scooters
- Diameter 32 mm to 36 mm
High Note Performance does not have any refund policy, however if the product received by the customer is defective or damaged, High Note Performance will repair or replace the product, after inspecting and validating the claim.
For domestic buyers, orders are shipped through registered domestic courier companies and /or speed post only. Orders are shipped within 48 hours, if the goods are in stock. If the product is on back order, then it will be shipped 48 hours after we receive it in our warehouse. High Note Performance is not liable for any delay in delivery by the courier company / postal authorities and only guarantees to hand over the consignment to the courier company or postal authorities within 48 hours from the date of the order and payment. Delivery of all orders will be to registered address of the buyer as per the credit/debit card only at all times(Unless specified at the time of Order). High Note Performance is in no way responsible for any damage to the order while in transit to the buyer.
For any exchange process the customer has to borne the courier shipping charges from both sides. Make sure the product should be in-tact, not used and properly in packed condition before dispatching.
It’s a simple plastic contraption. You gotta pull it a bit and shove it into your handlebar and place it at the proper angle. It works as you would expect it to. Haven’t faced any issues as of yet