I like the Dupont yellow can. Mostly because it also cleans and carries away grime when you apply a new coat - assuming previous coat was the same stuff. It also has pretty much zero fling off. I've also tried Maxim Chain Wax which is the opposite of self cleaning, it just builds up. Currently using Motul which has the best sprayer, it also stays attached to my Grease Ninja due to excellent sprayer. I don't think there is any magic potion for your chain but straight oil and grease based lubes make a mess on your rear tire and attract grit. The Dupont Yellow is definitely worth trying. Lowes carries it.
I got 23,000km out of my OEM chain. Sprockets were not worn. I was pretty good at lubing it every second fill up but cannot vouch for how the chain was cared for, for the first 9000km as I am second owner of bike.
The Dupont multi purpose lube in the blue can is a completely dry teflon lube. The current Dupont chain saver in the yellow can is a blend of moly and teflon.
IMO unscientific reviews like the webBikeWorld reviews are somewhat misleading as about all they are able to rate is how easy it is to apply (very subjective) and if there is any fling off. What they do not rate is how well the various products actually lubricate, attract/repell grit or prevent rust.
Last edited by twowheels; 10-23-2017 at 06:36 PM.