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  • 3T Palladio Pro Setback Alloy Seatpost
  • 3T Palladio Pro Setback Alloy Seatpost
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PALLADIO is the seatpost that solves the adjustment problem. PALLADIO lets you set the saddle very precisely – to within a half-degree of rotation – and lock it down securely at exactly the right angle. You can adjust the saddle's fore-and-aft setting in the certainty that this won't compromise saddle angle. The key is the 3T-patented DiffLock™ adjusting mechanism, which ensures there’s no interaction between clamp bolts and saddle support. The bolts don’t need to be torqued down hard to achieve a secure fixing. Even if the bolts were to shake loose, the post can’t let the saddle tip the rider violently off. Light, strong and stable, PALLADIO is a technical breakthrough offering a practical solution to a longstanding issue.

Note: PALLADIO fits only saddles with industry-standard 7 mm diameter round-section rails. Do not use this seatpost with saddles with oval rails, or rails in carbon-fiber composites.

PRO offers an ideal balance to riders who insist on top-class performance at the keenest price. This group typically includes many amateurs who purchase their own equipment. PRO components often employ traditional materials such as Al 7075 and Al 6061 alloys to contain fabrication costs. But like all 3T products, they benefit from the 3T Intelligent Production Lifecycle, assuring right-first-time design and quality, at prices that meet the needs of today’s discriminating bike riders. Count on PRO components to perform to the highest levels.

Features:
• All-new DiffLock clamping mechanism
• Accurate, easy saddle adjustment
• Remarkable price-performance
• Diameter: 27.2 mm
• Material: Al 7071
• Bolts: Stainless steel
• Saddle Clamp: Alloy
• Setback: 25 mm
• Finish: Shot peened / Black anodized
• Certification: CEN
  • Colour: Black
  • Length: 280mm, 350mm
  • Material: Alloy
  • Diameter: 31.6mm, 27.2mm
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Brilliant seatpost I changed from my carbon seatpost to the 3T Palladio Pro as I liked the look and build quality off it. It is a little fiddly to set up and the youtube video clip does help a little, once it was set up it works perfectly and I will never have to worry about the seat slipping forward or back as it sits on splines. 25 May 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by nice cheap price, have pretty nice look and teh clamp is ok. 03 May 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by No more saddle slip The difflock system basically has the bottom half of the rail clamp attached to a splined cylinder. This goes inside another splined cylinder and both then go inside a larger, barrel shaped housing with internal splines. You adjust seat angles by rotating each cylinder for coarse or fine adjustment. The seat is placed on the rails and once the correct angle is found, 2 lightweight cast ally pieces bearing the top of the rail clamps bolt in from the side, holding the cylinders in the barrel. The seat rails stop the cylinders moving out of the barrel, so it should be impossible to knock the seat out of alignment due to road conditions or either clamp bolt vibrating loose. Unlike the i-beam system, you have the comfort of a flexible seat rail and if you need to change something, the clamp bolts are side mounted and easy to reach even with a multitool. The total surface area of the splines is such that it should be impossible to knock the seat off-angle no matter the impact. The downside is the weight of the post. Haven't put this on a scale but it is a lot heavier than i-beam or simple clamp-type posts, apparently due to the cylinders and barrel assembly. So, great for long distance riding/randonnees and commuting where you want easy angle setting and then no faffing with multitools on the roadside. Not great for a lightweight build. 22 April 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nice but not important upgrade. It's not easy to setup the tilt of your saddle. It will take awhile and can be quite a pain. But once done, it's set for good. Looks great on the bike. It's not a need, but you can upgrade to this seatpost if you need markers and precise angles, which I believe you can do it with any seatpost with a little patiences. 08 October 2013
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Yes you are spot on and this Seatpost would be suitable for your C2 Saddle.
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Not obsessive but just want to know the weight on the 27.2 x 350mm. Thanks
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Theres no harm in being a weight weeny, lighter bikes certainly helps. The post in 27.2x350mm weighs 330grams.
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I need to seat a few centimeters forward so i can reach the aerobars and want to know if the head of the seat post can be used in both directions.
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As this clamp runs a circular engagement you should be able to run it 'backwards' without any problem. Most standard layback posts will tilt the saddle up at the front when used in reverse in this fashion, so make sure to go for a post with a full adjustable head such as this one.
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