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Old 04-29-19, 08:44 AM
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Originally Posted by HerrKaLeun View Post
The difficulty isn't the allen key, it is to get that wedge loose that is a pain. Or taking the post out to re-lube etc. A clamp with allen bolt would be fine. This kind of prevents sharing the bike with family - I don't do that, but is a concern if someone comes to visit etc.
Fake news. I have the D-fuse seat post on my Giant FastRoad and none of these problems exist.

Matter of fact, it's one of the better ideas in the bike industry lately. The seat is on straight every single time. No need to try and eyeball it up with the top tube.

The likelihood of breaking the seat post or it being stolen is near zero. Not enough to justify not liking it.
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