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While Prologo is a saddle maker, they could easily be thought of in the same vein as Apple, creating smart, innovative accessories that you just want to own. Take the humble U-Clip Saddle Mount that weighs a mere 4 grams and plugs directly into the tail of the saddle.

It's just a molded piece of plastic, but with the U-Clip Saddle Mount comes the ability to instantly slide on, or remove any number of the brand's lights or saddle bags. And versus a saddlebag that has to be strung to your seat's rails, there's no contest that a quickly removable model is way more desirable, especially when it's your flat tire that's holding up the group ride. If you already own a Prologo saddle the U-Clip is a must, and it's yet another reason to consider a switch to a Prologo saddle in the first place, since the systems approach of the brand is so appealing. Not to mention, the clips come in colors for better coordination with the rest of your bike.

The Prologo U-Clip is a plastic accessory that attaches to the tailpiece of any U-Clip compatible Prologo saddle. It is available in Black, Gold, Red, Titanium, and White.

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Nice add for prologo owners

    Don't think it's worth $12, but I purchased one to minimize the junk I have wobbling below my seat. Easy to install, the clip's compatible with Topeak's line of quick click bags, so you don't have to stick with the pricey Prologo bag (if you can find one that is). I have a Prologo o-bag and aside from the Prologo on the outside, Topeak branding is all over the bag, so I'm assuming it's compatible with the whole line of Topeak stuff.