We'll rank the top lever belts in India based on specs and price, suggesting the best pick for your budget. Lever belts can range from INR 5,000 to INR 21,000, catering to different budgets
Despite being a low-cost lever belt, it doesn't feel or look cheap. I'm impressed by its overall quality in terms of leather, lever, finish, and fit. It excels in every aspect and won't let you down.
At just INR 4990, this belt offers great value with its 13mm thickness. The finishing could be better, but it doesn't affect functionality. Plus, if you're a DBZ fan, you'll love the attractive graphic art.
PROS • True 13mm thickness belt • Good Leather • Attractive Graphic arts on the outside • You get chrome lever CONS • Finishing can be improvement • Lever could be smoother
If you want the best value-for-money lever belt, go for the Grind Gear lever belt. It's priced at INR 6,000 and offers a 13mm thickness, shiny chrome stainless steel buckle, and a lifetime warranty on the lever. It's proudly made in India.
PROS • True 13mm thickness • Great build quality of lever, leather, and stitching • Stainless steel lever with a lifetime warranty CONS • Out of stock, as soon it comes LIVE
The standout feature of the Griffin Gear lever belt is its thick lever, comparable to the more expensive SBD lever belt. Although there are minor cosmetic flaws, the biggest selling point is the lever's stiffness and secure feel compared to smaller levers.
PROS • Thickest lever ised • Total thickness 13mm • Lever is heavy-duty, and snaps back instantly. CONS • Chrome buckle should be used in place of black • Finishing needs improvement
The price of this belt is high, around INR 21,000, making it unaffordable for many. It's meant for those who seek top-notch, premium gear. If you have the money or are saving up, it's worth considering, but it may not be suitable as your first belt.
PROS • Best in-class lever, which is adjustable without unscrewing any bolts • Best-in-class leather use • Lifetime warranty CONS • Extremely expensive