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Reliable performance at half the price of other droppers on the market.
With a huge variety of dropper posts available today, KS has led the charge with offering an extensive range of different droppers. They are one of the few companies dedicated to providing riders with more affordable options. The E-Ten external dropper is a great option at nearly half the cost of common droppers. The E-Ten uses a cable actuated remote and hydraulic internals to ensure your post is reliable and easy to use on the trail. Available in the common MTB seatpost diameters including 27.2!
Available in 27.2mm, 31.6mm and 30.9mm
100mm of travel
Lever is compatible with all handlebars and can also be used to replace an ODI lock on grip clamp. Not compatible with version 2.1 grips.
Favourite feature?Smooth fast actuation with a nice click as it tops out.
Least favourite feature?Only possible downside is slightly heavier than some other units.
Great post at a great price
Easy installation and smooth action. Despite some reviews indicating this post was a little slow in its actuation, it actually works just as fast and smoothly as our Rockshox Reverb, I suspect the key being in how you set up the cable length. Quite a few hours on it now in all sorts of weather and itâs working just as good as the day it was installed. Great value for money.
Favourite feature?The mechanism is strong and simple.
Least favourite feature?Probably could use a stronger spring to push it up.
KS E-Ten Remote External Cable Dropper Seat Post
A good cheap option to upgrade to a dropper seat post. Pros are mainly around price and ease of installation.Cons include a lack of instructions (though itâs easy to install), small range of travel, slow speed of travel and weight, but I would rather buy a new bike than spend $400 or more upgrading to a top-end dropper post.
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