ncathis saddle has more cons than pros, it’s basicly butt torture for me.
the plastic on the sides and the plastic part that hold the rails will be pushed into your buttcheaks and will hurt when sitting on it.
i felt the saddle right where my butt bones/ischial tuberosities.
its very unconfortable saddle, the onyl reason i fot the saddle is because hte bontrager ssr saddle on my 3900 broke.
i now sue a Bontrager race RL wich flexes more and is thinenr btu still cmfortable.
- pretty durable
- the front plate under the saddle did not breake
- no screws popped out.
- the grip,but can’t say how long it lasts becuase i got a new saddle as soon as i could
- The spring system work very well, and never get stuck
- the plastic will not bend and touch the metal bell it self so it will always stay loud.
- When wet , you can barely hear it.
- the plastic spacers do not work, so when you have the screw tightened all the way it will slide off the plastic spacers, it did slide of when i was doing some trail riding with my bike,it came off. if you buy this bell you have to mount it in the middle/wide part of the handle bar, witch is very uncomfortable way to use it, or sue some rubber spacers instead, i had some laying around. so i did that and it seems to be secure.
- cant adjust the angle, but the bells you can do that with are usually very bad
- when it was -1 Celsius the bell was not loud
- Bit less loud than the hamburger and Disney bells
- When wet the bell is not loud.
Not recommended,I later bought Disney Winnie The Pooh Bicycle Bell,which is as lout,but works in rain.