Titec XC Post Seatpost

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $46.00

Product Description

The Titec XC post gets you our new single-bolt Simon™ clamp, with an affordable and durable 6061-T6 plain gauge quill. The Simon clamp features our exclusive Lock-Down™ no-slip clamp interface, which securely seats the clamp assembly to eliminate saddle rock. With a huge adjustment range of 48 degrees to accommodate even the most relaxed seat tube angles, proprietary low profile to eliminate saddle flex interference and closely spaced teeth for maximum angle adjusment, Simon shines where other single-bolt designs don't. Your choice is simple - Simon!

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Rabbit Tombs a Cross Country Rider from Runtshire

Date Reviewed: December 12, 2006

Strengths:    Low cost/strong/no hassle fitting/no slip. Descent weight at 290g for the 26.8. Simple black/white design suits any bike - no reds/yellow logo's that clash etc.

Weaknesses:    none

Bottom Line:   
Outstanding value! they can be had for 10 u.k pounds/19 US dollars....look around you, there everywhere, esp. ebay. The surface is kinda shot blasted style so it won't show up the scratches, the laser etched graphics and alignment ruler are nice useful touches. Fits easy, never had rail slip. You can't wrong with this, well done Titec.

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Favorite Trail:   Owly Magna

Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Price Paid:    $19.00

Purchased At:   ebay.uk - Woolly Hat Shop

Similar Products Used:   kalloy

Bike Setup:   Steel DMR Switchback frame, mostly LX groupo, MX Bombers, FSA Orbit UF, Avid s.d, Titec XC post, Easton ea50 bar/stem combo, Mavic x517, Panaracer Trailblaster 1.95.

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