Kind Shock LEV Dropper Seat Post 27.2x100mm

Our Price: $340.00 msrp: $400.00
Save: $60.00

Highlighted Features

  • Actual weight 562 grams with remote and cable
  • All aluminum construction
  • 400mm length
  • 100mm travel
  • Stack height (bottom of collar to middle of saddle clamp): 150mm
  • Insertion length (bottom of collar to bottom of seatpost): 249mm
  • Air Spring
  • Hydraulic internals
  • Zero cable movement
  • Repositionable cable entry point
  • Micro-adjustable zero offset head
  • Carbon fiber ergonomic remote lever
  • ODI Lock-On compatible lever mount
  • Warranty: 2 years
    • All Kind Shock warranties are handled directly by Kind Shock. Click here to request service from Kind Shock.
  • Made in Taiwan

Kind Shock was one of the first to enter the dropper post market, and their experience shows with the KS LEV Dropper Seat Post. The KS LEV is the cadillac of dropper posts.

What separates the LEV from other dropper posts is the cable junction to the post. Whereas most dropper posts connect the cable near the seat guts, the LEV cable connects to the stationary, non-moving part of the post. This allows you to precisely fit the cable length to your frame, and keeps it from ever binding up or getting in the way. That junction is also adjustable, so you can position it in the front, back, either side or anywhere in between so that it will work with any frame cable mounts. The hydraulic internals of the LEV eliminate play an enable infinite saddle positions in the posts' 100mm travel range.

Lastly, Kind Shock has the smoothest and easiest to use remote lever of any post on the market. It doubles as an ODI Lock-On mount, fitting in just right on either side of any handlebar. The KS LEV is the last dropper post you will ever buy. 

IT IS CRUCIAL THAT THE DIRECTIONS BE READ FOR PROPER ASSEMBLY!

All Kind Shock warranties are handled directly by Kind Shock. Click here to request service from Kind Shock.

 

Comments: Great post with easy installation and operation. After a few years, the seat slips a bit now (up/down) at any position and I'm working on finding a solution. Best upgrade to your bike, especially if you ride technical terrain on steep downhill sections. 

From: Johan, Evergreen, CO, USA