During the review of the Race Face Turbine R an idea popped into my head: A nice comparison on the speed of extension of the dropper seatpost. In practice I put an energy bar on the saddle and I watched as eight different products behaved, that is – if they fired in the air or not. The result is quite obvious, with the only mechanical posts failing the “test”, but we also see the speed of extension of each. It should be noted that the Magura Vyron Elect, the only wireless of the lot, in addition to being slow (despite the air pressure is that indicated in the manual), has a reasonable delay of implementation between when you press the remote and when it actuates, as also indicated in our test .
To the detriment of shooting in the air, the Specialized Command IRcc is quite easy to control with the legs or the butt before it hits the soft parts.
Turn up the volume to hear the sound of each seat post!