Gravity Dropper Original Seatpost

2/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $220.00


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Product Description

The Gravity Dropper seatpost allows a mountain bike riderTo reduceThe height ofThe seatpost withThe flick of a handle bar remote.The 3" lower saddle height is ideal forTechnical riding and steep decents. Lowers seatpost 3". Activated by handlebar remote lever Internal coil spring quickly returns postTo normal height for climbing Lower saddle height increases control onTechnical descents Kit includes post, remote, cable, and housing Weight: 472 g Length: 350 mm Material: Aluminum Seatpost Diamete


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Overall Rating:2
Value Rating:2
Submitted by alex a Cross Country Rider

Date Reviewed: March 16, 2013

Strengths:    Sturdy, appears to be well made, good customer service

Weaknesses:    Remote lever awkward and hard to operate, fiddly operation

Bottom Line:   
This is a beefy dropper seatpost that would probably take a lot of punishment and might be good for downhillers, especially a burly guy with big strong hands. However, I'm a small person with small hands and the awkward, stiff lever was way too hard to reach and operate. I ride on trails with constant short steep ups and downs so the ability to rapidly and effortlessly change the seatpost height is essential. Between the difficult lever and the fiddly operation it was not for me. I got a Kindshock Lev which is a breeze to operate and couldn't be happier with it.

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Favorite Trail:   desert trails

Duration Product Used:   about three months

Similar Products Used:   Kindshock Lev

Bike Setup:   I have two cross country trail bikes

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