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Crank Brothers Split QR Seat Collar

Two stage quick release collar. split design improves clamping force for easier use.

  • Weight: 49g
  • Lever: 6061-t6 aluminum
  • Collar: 6061-t6 aluminum
  • Slot cover: urethane rubber

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  • Colour: Black - Red, Black - Silver, Black - Gold, Black - Blue, Black - Orange
  • Diameter: 34.9mm, 31.8mm
Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Шикарный зажим Шикарный хомут - качество отличное - держит как надо . Хорошая качественная ВЕЩЬ. 23 July 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 Second Time For Crank Brothers Quick Release Seat Collar (But Probably Never Again) I originally bought one of these about a couple of years ago, the 2010 version. People then were writing reviews on how poor this was at holding the seat post firmly, with mine I had no problems it held the post in a very firm grip without having to over tighten it, unlike other riders who had too, just to hold the post in place. Towards the beginning of June (2013) while I was on a ride I felt as if I was riding low, so I stopped checked the bike over and noticed the seat was quite low, I undid the seat post clamp checked it over, there appeared to be no problems with it and passed it off that I could not have tighten it enough when I originally put the post in. At the end of my ride I noticed the seat was low again I checked the clamp again no problem, a couple of rides later I was still having problems with the seat post slipping so I came to the conclusion after having to re-tighten the seat post clamp every time, that it must be worn, after all nothing lasts forever and the amount of times that it had been opened and closed you would expect it to wear out (eventually). After checking both the seat post and seat tube for dents, distortions and wear of which I could not find any faults with I came to the conclusion that I needed to replace the clamp. I ordered a new one (the 2012 version), it arrived and I duly placed it on the bike, it appeared to hold the post in a firm grip (without over tightening it) and went for a ride. A couple of minutes into the ride I noticed I was riding low, having stopped I noticed the seat post was very low, and that on every ride I found I had to continually re-adjust the seat post and re-tighten the clamp. Despite the 2012 version being identical in every aspect, with the exception of the colour of the collar itself (the 2010 version is silver rather than black), I was very disappointed with it as it failed to hold the seat post in place from the outset even though I tighten (by hand) to the point that the gap in the collar was almost closed, making the post stiff to get into the seat tube, and that is even before I've closed the clamp up. When closing up the clamp I had to excerpt a lot of pressure to close it and noticed that the split ends of the clamp actually touch and distort slightly (problems I never had with the 2010 version), and yet it still failed to stop the seat post from slipping. Even though having problems with this clamp it is a nice looking clamp but this time round it’s just not up to the job and I would avoid it and go for something like Hope or Chromag, if you’re still insistent on the Crank Brothers lookout for the 2010 version. 10 August 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Second Time For Crank Brothers Quick Release Seat Collar (Bu I originally bought one of these about a couple of years ago, the 2011 version. People then were writing reviews on how poor this was at holding the seat post firmly, with mine I had no problems it held the post in a very firm grip without having to over tighten it, unlike other riders who had too, just to hold the post in place. Towards the beginning of June (2013) while I was on a ride I felt as if I was riding low, so I stopped checked the bike over and noticed the seat was quite low, I undid the seat post clamp checked it over, there appeared to be no problems with it and passed it off that I could not have tighten it enough when I originally put the post in. At the end of my ride I noticed the seat was low again I checked the clamp again no problem, a couple of rides later I was still having problems with the seat post slipping so I came to the conclusion after having to re-tighten the seat post clamp every time, that it must be worn, after all nothing lasts forever and the amount of times that it had been opened and closed you would expect it to wear out (eventually). After checking both the seat post and seat tube for dents, distortions and wear of which I could not find any faults with I came to the conclusion that I needed to replace the clamp. I ordered a new one (the 2013 version), it arrived and I duly placed it on the bike, it appeared to hold the post in a firm grip (without over tightening it) and went for a ride. A couple of minutes into the ride I noticed I was riding low, having stopped I noticed the seat post was very low, and now on every ride I'm finding that I have to continually re-adjust the seat post and re-tighten the clamp. Despite the 2013 version being identical in every aspect, with the exception of the colour of the collar itself (the 2011 version is silver rather than black), I'm very disappointed with it as it failed to hold the seat post in place from the outset even though I've tighten (by hand) to the point that the gap in the collar is almost closed, making the post stiff to get into the seat tube, and that is even before I've closed the clamp up. When closing up the clamp I have to excerpt a lot of pressure to close it and noticed that the split ends of the clamp actually touch and distort slightly (problems I never had with the 2011 version), and yet it still fails to stop the seat post from slipping. Even though having problems with this clamp it is a nice looking clamp but this time round its just not up to the job and I would avoid it and go for something like Hope or Chromag, if your still insistent on Crank Brothers lookout for the 2011 version. 26 June 2013
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