Originally Posted by bomber60015
I agree -- the switch has an added benefit -- mine has nover malfunctioned, and if it did, say, in themiddle of a long, lofe changing ride, I could fix or replace it easily, damn never anywhere.
I like that point Bomber. I'd rather be able to fix my device than have gear that isn't likely to break, but that I can't fix. It's just the way I'm wired.
Some folk prefer a new expensive one. Not me, I want an old one that I know how to fix.
Take my bike for example.....