Rated 5 out of 5 by DrAvant Does its job well
Does exactly what you expect it would. Who really needs a flashy expensive seat clamp? Maybe some pro that gets it for free but the rest of us will ok with something like this.
12 March 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Davieboy easily breakable
had it on my enduro, 3rd ride in dropped seat, upon tightening it back up, grease always used on bolt0 it failed, had to go rest of trail stood up
23 January 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Bargain of the century
Excellent stuff from Brand X. Expected it to fail miserably after 3 months. Considering my weight is well over 100kg, it managed to hold my seatpost well in place. Nuts and threads are still good as new despite several tunings. For S$3, you can't go wrong with it. Highly recommended!!!
10 September 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Fab!
Weight Weeny Light. Does the job very nicely and < €6. What a bargain!
07 July 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Perfect replacement
Perfect replacement for the seatpost clamp on the club Fuji track bikes. 30.0 is not that readily available and it's reasurring that CRC stock this and deliver with their usual efficiency.
10 April 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Holds your seat....
this thing holds your seat, what more you do you want...
However if you do want cool colours i would look at the dmr grab cos it looks the dog's!
20 September 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Does the job
I've had this on my bike for about 18 months now and have had no problems whatsoever. That other guy is right in saying the bolt is rather small (takes a 4mm allen key) but I regularly adjust my saddle height depending on the terrain; for the money I kind of expected the bolt to have rounded off by now but, as I said, no problems. 5 out of 5 as I can't really fault it in any way. Mysterious Brand-X has done it again!
16 November 2006
Rated 2 out of 5 by Anonymous Broke after a few weeks...
I'm very disappointed with this clamp. After only a few weeks and a handful of seat post adjustments it broke. the steel coil thread in the clamp sheared after being done up only 'hand-tight' - certainly no tighter than it ought to be able to cope with. I think the problem lies in too small a bolt being used with too fine a thread. I should really send it back to CRC but I found it less hassle to get a replacement for less than a fiver from my LBS. This new one has a larger bolt with a wider thread. I may just heve been unlucky with a weak/faulty unit, but considering the bolt detail, I would recommend people to avoid this clamp.
15 May 2006