The new Darimo T1 Loop seatpost with an awesome and outstanding weight of just 90 g in 31.6mm diameter and 400mm lenght.
The main post is made of carbon fiber using bidirectional and unidirectional fabrics with an studied asymmetrical laminate to achieve the optimum combination of minimum weight and maximum of resistance.
Each seatpost is laminated by hand to achieve a record weight keeping in mind the strength and your safety. To do this, at each point of the seatpost there are a different numbers and arrangements of carbon fiber layers. The layers arrangement is obtained after finite elements analysis and destructive testing.
The totally new dessigned clamping system is made with two ultralight Dyneema® loops. That makes a very important weight reduction on the head of the seatpost / clamping system. This system is good for all kind of rails, including carbon rails 7*9mm.
Finishing: Bright – Mat, Bidirectional (3k) or unidirectional (+4g), customizable colors.
Riders weight limit: The Darimo T1 Seatpost is safe and has passed the standard ISO 4210 tests, however it is not recommended for more than 90 kg. If you weight more than 90 kg we will reinforce it for you.
Use: Road, ciclo-cross and MTB.
Diameter: 34.9mm, 31.6 mm, 31.8 (Brompton), 30.9mm, 27.2 mm and 25.4mm.
Max. Length: 800mm.
Custom fabrication: Exact length, weight reduction > 5g.
Price: 299 € up to 420mm
-Post: Unidirectional and bidirectional carbon fiber fabrics.
-Shaft and barrels: Anodized 7075 T6 Alu.
-Bolts: Ti Gr5 M5.
-Cradle:Unidirectional and bidirectional carbon fiber fabrics.
-Subjections: 100% Dyneema® Loops
Choose your seatpost length:
To choose the proper seatpost length, measure the length of your seatpost out of the frame. Measure from seatclamp to saddle rails. Then choose the appropriate size in the following table. If there are two possibilities it is recommended to take into account the variation and use of the bicycle by different riders. If you need a larger or smaller size, please contact us to prepare a seatpost as up to 500 mm or even longer.
Here at the end of this page you will can see a video with the assembling instructions of the loops. Even you can follow this link: