What do the Bomber Bits warnings mean?
September 30, 2022

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Here’s an extract from one of the courses – some customers do ask what our warnings mean, so we hope the below is useful.


  • Please note, due to oxidisation, the blue sweet iron will fade with use.

Moving parts wear

  • Mouthpieces that have joints will wear over time. Check your Bombers Bit before use; send us a image if you would like it to be assessed. Brass is a soft metal and will wear more quickly over time.
  • Joints should be regularly checked – single joints, double joints, barrel joints & multiple joints.

Chewable material

  • Some mouthpieces are not suitable for horses that chew – no guarantee is offered on wear
    and tear of the following materials from being chewed.

    • Cable /  Leather / Flexible Tubing / Bomber Blue

MAX 90kg

  • Bombers prides itself on striving to ensure the highest level of manufacturing and craftmanship. It is for that reason we have added a maximum weight rating of 90kgs on certain bit models, namely the barrel, Bomber Blue and cable mouthpieces.


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