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Brand-X Ascend 120mm & 150mm Dropper Seatpost £89.99 w/code @ CRC
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Brand-X Ascend 120mm & 150mm Dropper Seatpost £89.99 w/code @ CRC

£89.99£119.1924%Chain Reaction Cycles Deals
Posted 10th Jan

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This dropped over black Friday and you can grab them again at £89.99 with the current £10 off code. No need to create a new account like you did with the other, so that's a plus.

Just select your diameter, length and size and add to basket and pop the code in.

Code - JAN19 - £10 off a £75 spend

  • Material: AL7075-T651
  • Bar mounted shifter style remote lever
  • Infinitely adjustable
  • Cable operated
  • Internal routing only
  • Linkage mechanism eliminates any outer cable pull
  • Zero Offset Head type
  • One Piece head/Upper Shaft
  • Micro Adjust clamping mechanism
  • Diameter: 30.9mm or 31.6mm
  • Length: 410mm
  • Travel: 120mm
  • Cable Length: 1.5m
  • Finish: Sand Blasted and Hard Anodised Black
  • Warranty: 2 Years
  • Colour: Black
  • Size: 410mm, 480mm
  • Length: 120mm, 150mm
  • Material: Alloy, Aluminium
  • Diameter: 31.6mm, 30.9mm
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Decent post. Good price. Got one a couple of months ago. The lever seems improved compared to older versions.
Thanks op, ordered. That's my second Reverb packed in, had my eye on this so worked out great
Does anyone have this that can compare it to the newer (rev B?) reverb dropper? Would you recommend this brand x one? Reviews seem very good.
My reverb dropper got sent back after 12 months to sram and they warranty replaced but only original warranty so only 12 months left if it breaks again I’ll ask for a refund and get a brandX
Meanwhile I’m waiting on a 27.2 brandX but they seem out on the longer droppers
Edited by: "whatyadoinsucka" 10th Jan
Very decent dropper for the money.
Lever is a bit fiddly to set up. The cable gets clogged up easily, and it's never been very smooth. Also requires a fair bit of lever travel to work. But it's still functional enough. And easy to get used to.
Post itself works very well so far after 12 months. The fact that it's not serviceable does worry me slightly. As it clearly lost a fair bit of it's smoothness and returns much slower compared to new.
For this sort of money I can't really fault it.
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