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Magura USAVyron eLect Dropper Seatpost

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  • Black, 30.9x446mm/150mm Travel ($549.00)
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The future is here.

If you've spent an hour or two trying to fish internal cable routing through a frame, you'll understand why we're head over heels with the Magura Vyron eLect Dropper Seatpost. With 150-millimeters of infinitely adjustable travel, the Vyron eLect wirelessly communicates from remote to dropper post without the need for messy external cables, or difficult internals. This means no fussy cable tensions, kinked lines, and much less of a headache should you decide you want to swap your dropper post from your hard tail to you enduro rig.

The newest iteration of the Vyron eLect is largely the same as its previous generation, but a few key changes set it apart. First, it adjusts to any length you want rather than adhering to a preset menu, so seatpost length is dictated by feel, not arbitrary measurements. Second, its reaction time is shaved to 0.3 seconds, so it responds as quickly as a high-end freehub, and the new valve technology increases return speed. Finally, Magura focused on the seals of the USB port for a tighter, more waterproof hold when you're riding in wintry and rainy conditions.

The life blood of the Vyron eLect is Magura's Royal Blood hydraulic fluid, which makes lowering and raising the saddle smooth and effortless. When fully charged, the power offers you an estimated 400-actuations, which lasts the average rider 2-months of carefree, cable-free riding on one charge. It recharges fully in 3 hours using a USB port, but in the off chance that you forgot to re-up your battery supply, the Vyron eLect offers 20 emergency actuations that can be engaged with a button on the seatpost, so you don't have to be stuck bottomed out for a long climb home.

Using proven ANT+ technology, the Vyron eLect is compatible with the same remote that Magura uses with its wireless suspension forks and shocks. If you're already riding with a wireless Magura fork and shock, you can use one remote to control all three components or choose to separate them and use multiple remotes. With the remote able to be mounted on either side of the bars, you have plenty of options for customization to take advantage of a one-by drivetrain's left shifter vacancy or fit it in a crowded cockpit.

  • A sleek and wireless dropper post to push the envelope
  • Faster response that allows for infinite adjustment
  • Offers 400-actuations on one charge for months of use
  • Easy to recharge in just 3 hours using a USB port
  • Communicates with remote using ANT+ technology
  • Remote can be paired with wireless Magura shocks
  • Wire-free installation means no cable routing and easy maintenance

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Tech SpecsWeight
Tech Specs
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30.9mm, 31.6mm
396mm, 421mm, 446mm
100mm, 125mm, 150mm
yes, electronic actuated
Recommended Use
cross-country, enduro, trail
Manufacturer Warranty
5 years

Actual Weight

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Black, 30.9x446mm/150mm Travel
Black, 31.6x446mm/150mm Travel
Black, 30.9x421mm/125mm travel
Black, 31.6x421mm/125mm travel
This includes the lever,cable, and housing.

Claimed Weight

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including remote

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reliable, No cables, winner

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've got more bikes than any sane person should have...and have or have had several dropper posts. I've used KS, Race Face, Easton, Rock Shox and because I do most of my own wrenching, I was an early adopter of the Marzochi Vyron. Just had another blown seal on a Rock Shox dropper and to salvage a planned ride...moved the Vyron from my fat/snow bike. Its occurred to me that the Vyron has outlasted a number of other dropper posts despite use on one of my most used summer rides (jones plus lwb) as well as winter duty on my snow bike. Just put a charge on it every once in a while (and even that is pretty rare as it turns itself off after non-use (I've almost never remembered to move the switch to 'off' post ride). Moving from bike to bike is a breeze too--no cables to route... Its heaver than most other droppers but the robustness and ability to move easily from bike to bike make it appealing.

No cables!!!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is a very light post, if you consider the remote and cables. Adjusting the fixed height is just like any standard post, but be warned in inserts deeper than other droppers. Actuaction has a built in slight delay, but it is consistent and quick to adapt to. In fact, it helps with you timing because you can actuate, then regain your grip before squatting it down. I have a KS Lev and a PNW for comparison, and any future dropper purchase will definitely be a Vyron.