Gravity Dropper Descender Seatpost

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Gravity Dropper allows a riderTo quickly adjust saddle height (typically for descending) via a quick pull of a knob underneathThe saddle. An internal coil spring quickly returnsThe postTo its original height. claimed 376 grams 350mm long Sturdy aluminum shaft

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