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Item # SLA0002

Indulge your bike and yourself.

The Salsa Flip-Lock incorporates Salsa’s famously comfy quick release lever with their brutally strong Lip-Lock seat clamp. The result is a super product which is easy to operate (easy on the hand), and once tightened, easy to forget (easy on the mind).

The Salsa Flip-Lock comes anodized in silver or black anodized. Sorry, no Rasta. It comes in 32.0 or 35.0mm diameter sizes. 44 grams.

  • Stainless steel pivot and bolt
  • Quick-release lever with Lip-Lock seat clamp
  • Available in 32.0mm or 35.0mm diameter sizes

Tech Specs

Material:
aluminum

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More Durable Than A Dropper

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Had a bunch of these over the years. They look sweet and there's plenty of colors to choose from. Plus, they've never let me down. If only I could say the same for the pile of dropper posts sitting in the garage...

Avg. ride time: 9m per week
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my 3rd one

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These keep on going with out any issues. I have one on all my bikes that don't have a dropper post. They make adjustments super easy! just make sure you get the correct size!

Quick Clamper

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've got a Flip Lock on my current mountain steed but after about a half dozen rides or so, it tends to slightly loosen and the post drops a bit over time. Just like the reviewer noted below, it's an easy fix.



On my CX bike, I've got the Lip Lock version (wrench only) and it never loosens or slips.

Best Seat Post Clamp

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These clamps are great, I've ridden them for years now. They hold your seat post very firmly with no movement. The only downside that I have found is that the bolt loosens slightly over time, but it takes about 5 seconds to fix it. All in all, this is a great seat post clamp! Plus with the color combinations you can easily steeze out your bike.

Avg. ride time: 11m per week
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Salsa Flip Lock Seat Clamp

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

It was easy to install and allows my seat to go up and down without issues. lightweight & pimpy lookin'. This seat clamp works.

The only seat clamp worth buying

    Simple as that. Salsa has been making these for years; I have one on every bike I own and so does my boyfriend. They work great and last forever, and you can match nearly any headset color to keep your game tight.

    Clean

      One of the cleanest clamps I've run across. Long lever gives you enough leverage to open and close the piece with ease, big logo and assortment of colors lets you get all frilly with your bikes color scheme - or not!



      Works like a charm on my 2011 Yeti ASR5C.

      Clean

      Great clamp

        Really diggin this clamp! My other one was getting to hard to open and it seemed like it was to tight or ot tight enough no matter what I did. Really happy I got this clamp. It opens and and closes real nice. It also adds some serious bling!

        what size seatpost clamp do you use for a...

        what size seatpost clamp do you use for a 27.2 seatpost

        This is impossible to say without knowing more about the bike, the only true way to know is to use a dial caliper around the outside of the seat tube. If you have the make, model, and year you could likely find out online.