An excellent clamping system is the highlight, though it's a rather pricey post
Beautifully engineered suspension seatpost that's a real boon on longer rides
Adds a good dollop of seated comfort without much weight penalty, but it's really pricey
Low weight, moderate cush – a high end carbon post to make your best bike slightly more comfortable
A decent enough seatpost but not the standout comfort Zipp claims
Unique looking carbon seatpost provides a smoother ride, though its looks won't be for everyone
A beautifully finished seatpost with classic looks whose beauty isn't only skin deep
Comfortable, easy to adjust, strong and looks great, but there are lighter posts out there
A beautifully engineered and finished seatpost that'll stand the test of time
Strong and easy to use but very expensive and not the lightest
Nice lightweight seatpost that's easy enough to use, but expensive for what it is
An excellent piece of engineering with looks to match, which arguably makes it worth the money
Easy-to-use seatpost with wide range of adjustability, but on the expensive side for its weight
A good offering for an economical dropper, but a little weighty
Carbon bling without a massive price, and offers decent weight saving potential
Nice looking, well finished post that's easy to adjust; could do with more graduation marks
Not without niggles but still one of the best backup lights you can buy, as it's always there.
A good value, carbon seatpost with bags of adjustability making it ideal for riders looking to refine their saddle position.
Beautifully crafted alternative to carbon that should last a lifetime.
A smart looking seatpost with a unique mechanism that is solid and offers independent reach and tilt adjustment, but it's very expensive.