The Nukeproof Warhead seatpost has earned an enviable reputation as a strong, reliable and lightweight post that you can count on in all conditions.
Custom-machined from high-grade 7075-series aluminium, the Nukeproof Warhead inline seatpost consists of a one-piece 400mm shaft and lower clamp section topped by a cold-forged clamp head, with both the upper and lower clamp and rail assemblies CNC-machined in critical stress areas for superior strength and fatigue resistance.
The shaft features an elliptical internal bore to further increase the strength to weight ratio by removing unnecessary material in key areas without compromising structural integrity.
Infinitely adjustable for your preferred saddle position and available in three diameters, the Warhead is a seatpost built to take the hits of intense riding and racing without the weight penalty.
Nukeproof Warhead Inline Seatpost Features:
Custom-machined from high-grade 7075-series aluminium
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nads001 Great seatpost
This is my 2nd Nukeproof seatpost and they are a great quality product, light and strong with good saddle angle adjustment.
04 December 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Silver Good seatpost but poor quality paint
I have buy the yellow version, very light and easy to setup. But the quality of paint is not very good, it loose paint very easy.
30 August 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous A very good product
I bought one of these to replace my broken carbon seat post because they were heavily discounted. I never liked the two bolt angle adjust and tightening system until I tried these. For some unknown reason I have my saddle tilted a lot to the front to get it level. With my Thomson seat post I hit the limit of the adjuster all the time and can’t get the saddle exactly level. But not on this one!!! Besides, the nuts and screws are larger and better made! And it is all CNC with the ovalised insides just like the Thomson’s and the same weight!! At half the price what else does one want!? So I got another for the other bike too while still on discount. (Lots of up and down on the bike to set it right and no paint loss…but I have the silver version)
19 April 2013