Pazzaz 2014 CNC Seatpost Seatpost

2014 CNC Seatpost

2014 CNC aluminum construction highlights this seatpost from Pizzaz. Thanks to the careful removal of material where it isn't needed, the seatpost weighs just 220 grams while retaining it's strength.

User Reviews (6)

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Mike Gunther   Weekend Warrior [Mar 18, 2004]
Strength:

Lite weight, well constructed, has height marks on the post, easy to adjust, super cheap

Weakness:

none so far

This post looks awesome and so far seems to work great. I would recommend to anyone who needs a light weight post. Weighed in at 8.5 ounces or from my math about 240grams and it's 400mm long.

Similar Products Used: Kore lite 2, stock heavy Karin paper weight, Kalloy
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Donald Gillies   [Dec 29, 2005]
Strength:

Model No: SP-968 (Aluminum). Very lightweight (< 200gm), Beautiful Finish, true micro-adjusting seatpost, beautiful sculpted neck, firestorm priced ($30), awesome deal.

Weakness:

Because of the sculpted neck, cannot have saddle < 2" from seatlug. Also, I wonder if possibly these will snap down the road when they get older, its sooooo light.

AWESOME SEATPOST. This is a true micro-adjusting seatpost, with a beautiful frosty anodized finish. It has the beautiful look of an old-style Campagnolo Chorus seatpost. I bought this seatpost from Performance Bike (their "Forte'" seatpost last year was made by pazzaz), and I ended up going back to buy 3 of them (It helped that it was on closeout for $10/ea!) I would buy this seatpost at $70 or less, its an awesome deal. Still available at: http://www.parker-international.co.uk/ProductDetails/mcs/productID/3624/groupID/4/categoryID/55/v/3990623f-7dfb-407f-8daa-80e240cdb1f9.

Similar Products Used: Campagnolo Nuovo Record
Simplex
SR / Sugino
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Francois Allaire   [Apr 30, 2004]
Strength:

very lightweight, clamp and ajustability is very good, the saddle doesn't slip.

The post is stiff enough to take serious abuse. mine is a 30.9 mm.

Weakness:

none so far

i think that this seatpost is by far the best seatpost you can get for that price. thompson delivers about the same quality and ajustability, for 20$ to 30$ more.

everyone that don't need the "hot" stuff to do mountain biking and concerned a little about money should get a pazzaz 2014 cnc seatpost.

Similar Products Used: easton EA50 but it is way heavier than the pazzaz
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Cary   Cross Country Rider [Jan 09, 2004]
Strength:

Lighter than the Generic 4 year old post. Much better adjustability.

Weakness:

None Yet

This seems to be a very good quality post for the money. It is definitely much lighter than a generic post and the head is fully adjustable like my Thomson. The adjustment and clamp mechanism are substantially beefier than my Thomson. NOTE: This post is a two piece with the clamping mechanism inserted and bonded to the post. The Thomson is a one piece design. That said, $29 vs. $69 is a big difference.

Similar Products Used: Thomson, Generic
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
steve fenton   Racer [Nov 25, 2004]
Strength:

really comfortable

Weakness:

none

really neat bar with mega comfort

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
CL   Cross Country Rider [Aug 30, 2004]
Strength:

Light, cheap, great finish and detailed, don't move at all. Long (400mm)

Weakness:

none so far

Replace my stock Bontrager with this post and I am sooo happy with it. Looks great right out of the box and holds well in tough trails which usually rocked the old Bontager back and forth. This seatpost has two-bolts design and nice finish, one of the best replacement.

Similar Products Used: Bonty, Truvatic, Tamer suspension
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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