Shimano 7-Speed RevoShift SL-RS35 Twist Grip Shifter

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About this item

  • Model: SL-RS35 bicycle gear lever.
  • Packing List: P7-speed bicycles with the right lever(including shift line)x 1.
  • Material: Made of high-quality plastic and durable metal materials, light and strong.Has the greatest safety and stable quality.
  • Convenient shifting: shifting can be done with only fingers so that the rider maintains a safe and stable grip and can perfectly perform the best performance.
  • Application: Used for mountain bikes, commuter bikes, folding bikes, etc. Our mission is to provide a relaxing riding experience for all outdoor enthusiasts.


Model SL-RS35
Material Plastic
Color Black
Weight 150g
Speed 7 speed
Caliber  22.2mm

Customer Reviews

Based on 8 reviews
Good entry level shifter

These shifters are useful for kids to get use to multi speed bikes. I installed it on a kids bike with 24" wheels and a 1x7 drive line. Easy to install. Goes good with the Altus big pulley rear derailleur.

Angela C
Works well, improves shifts

This products was used to replace the 15 yr. old crumbling SL-RS41 Shimano Tourney shifter on my Electra Cruiser. I was a little concerned about the quality as the older shifter had more metal in it, a more robust clamp inside of it and the ability to adjust the cable stop on the shifter. After installing and adjusting the cable and derailleur the gears shift more quickly and precisely than before. Very happy with this purchase.

Amazon Customer
Problem solved

Would have been nice if it came with a couple cable ends... buying them only available in bulk

value engineering
Genuine, but gray market Shimano.

Good product, and is official Shimano. It's from a gray market.

David O. Schoennagel
On my Schwinn Point Beach its smooth shifting, good quality, & looks great.

I loved the ease of installation. The Schwinn Point Beach factory shifter was totally awful, It was stiff, only work a few of the speeds, maybe because of its age but I had to really crank it to change gears. I tried everything to make it work better and then concluded it was time to upgrade to a new 7 speed shifter. I made the right choice, thanks so much.

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