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The 3T Stylus is a fresh new take on the 2-bolt seatpost. The transition from the pillar to the saddle clamp assembly is a finned, rearward swoosh suggestive in shape of the classic one-bolt posts of yore. But the clamp bolts are deployed to either side of the saddle-support cradle, conferring greater stability and easier adjustment.
Stylus‑0 models place the seat clamp assembly in line with the seatpost for zero setback. Many athletes seeking outright speed favor this more forward position on the bike. Some frame designers are also specifying a slacker seat tube so riders can set their bike up with an inline post, which is lighter than a setback post. Stylus‑0 Team has a carbon-fiber shaft bonded into an alloy head and is finished in high-gloss black with the 3T Team red stripe.
Stylus‑25 models set the clamp center 25 mm behind the centerline of the seatpost, for riders who prefer to sit further back on the bike. Stylus‑25 Team has a carbon-fiber shaft bonded into an alloy head and is finished in high-gloss black with the 3T Team red stripe.
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Comments about 3T Stylus Team Seatpost:
I like 3T components; this new Stylus seatpost is decent enough, but I'm not sure it's worth $150 with the annoying clamping mechanism which often tilts the seat forward back during fighting and also moves it laterally.
Not hard to get right, but not something one should have to futz around with when it's a pricey brand-name carbon seatpost.
Save you money unless you're tying, like me, to narcissistically match component colours and styles.