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KSeTen Dropper Seatpost


Item # KSS1WU6

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  • Black, 27.2x100mm ($129.00)
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Item # KSS1WU6

eTen Dropper Seatpost

Whether you're new to riding, or upgrading your ride, getting your ride dialed can put a hefty dent in your bank account. KS feels your pain, which is why they've crafted the eTen  Dropper Seatpost as an economical option for those of us thinking of tossing a dopper on our gravel rig, hard tail, or all-mountain shredder. The dropper is built from robust aluminum and steel, which means its ultra-durable, though it does weigh in a bit heavier than some of the pricier options. Internally it uses the same air-sprung hydraulic operation as the standard eTen, but rather than hosting the remote at the top of the seatpost that required you to pull a hand off of the bar to drop your setup, the eTen Dropper has a remote actuation that you can mount on your bar for easy access, because the last thing you want to do when rolling into a chunky section of trail is take a hand off of the bars.

  • An economical dropper post for pocket-conscious riders
  • Burly aluminum mast holds up to wear and tear
  • Steel stanchions withstand years of hard use
  • Air-sprung hydraulic actuation allows you to fine tune pressure
  • Saddle height is infinitely adjustable for the perfect position

Tech Specs
Diameter27.2mm, 30.9mm, 31.6mm
Length300mm, 325mm, 385mm, 445mm
Travel65mm, 75mm, 100mm, 125mm
Recommended Usecross-country, enduro, trail, gravel
Manufacturer Warranty2 years

Actual Weight

Black, 27.2x100mm

Actual weights are measured in-house by the Competitive Cyclist team.

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