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Deleted my last review because it was a whine fest. Figured it out finally. First off it's a b*tch to install and adjust. And it doesn't take a 5mm allen wrench, it takes a "T25" torx. And then I had to remove one of the TINY little C-clamps just to get it to fit tight on my saddle, which isn't some rare weird saddle, it's a Serfas with Ti rails. After all that it's a bomber little seatpost coupled with a Thomson collar so hopefully it doesn't get stolen. Originally I gave it 3 stars, but I'll kick it up to 4 now that I figured all that crap out, but I still think the design could be better especially the 5mm bolt, which is a joke. On sale for 47 bucks is nice! Or else I would have just got a Thomson.

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I'm going to grip this little pack sometime soon after browsing and reading pretty much everything. Primarily for Mtn bike riding. Thought you folks might shed some light on a query. I have a Dana Designs daypack from WAY back in the day, back when they made them down the road in Bozeman! I know, not China? Amazing times back then. Anyways, it's the sickest little daypack I've ever owned(you kids have probably never even heard of the name) and I was going to add a bladder to it and make my own little rig to hold it inside. Thoughts on MSR or Osprey bladder? I know from other gear that MSR is usually pretty worthy, but this has got nothing really to do with anything I've ever owned. I guess it's a taste/leak scene for the most part, the Osprey model almost looks like it's manufactured stronger, but who the hell can really tell from images. Anyways, if yer bored and have some knowledge, throw it my way. Thanks!

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