Ryan Leewrote a review of OneUp Components Dropper Post on March 4, 2019
Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
What? is that the sound of a cash register signifying money or the clean, crisp, fast actuation of the OneUp dropper? Why not both?
That's right, this post is straight money. In fact, if you put water on top of it, and raise it, the action is fast enough that the water will spray all over the place in such a way that an unwise person might assume it is "makin' it rain".
I paired this with the Wolftooth dropper remote as a replacement for a RaceFace Turbine dropper (see my review on that post as well) which left me wanting for much more due to its slow speed, mushy feeling, and rotational play. Needless to say, the OneUp was exactly what I was looking for. OneUp hit another home-run as they always do. Installation was a breeze and the fit and finish is pristine.