OneUp Components Dropper Post Remote

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OneUp Components Dropper Remote (22.2mm Clamp)
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(!!!V2 Dropper!!!) Best Dropper For The Money

Rating:
The Good:

+ Competitive Price + Smooth Actuation + Quality Build

The Bad:

- Nothing So Far

Overall Review:

I bought this dropper post after my Race Face Aeffect dropper broke after normal use. When looking for a new lever, price was a big factor for me. I wanted to spend enough money to receive a quality part, but not spend too much money. After looking and researching different remotes I decided to purchase the OneUp Components Dropper Lever V2. The main difference between the V1 and V2 is the lever material and overall shape. The V1 is made out of plastic and is slightly and smaller and more tucked in under the bar. The V2 however, is made out of metal and is really close in shape to a normal shifter, making it in my opinion the better lever. Compared to my previous Race Face Aeffect remote, the lever is much smoother and doesn't bend or flex since to runs on a bearing. The overall feeling

Overall Review:

I bought this dropper post after my Race Face Aeffect dropper broke after normal use. When looking for a new lever, price was a big factor for me. I wanted to spend enough money to receive a quality part, but not spend too much money. After looking and researching different remotes I decided to purchase the OneUp Components Dropper Lever V2. The main difference between the V1 and V2 is the lever material and overall shape. The V1 is made out of plastic and is slightly and smaller and more tucked in under the bar. The V2 however, is made out of metal and is really close in shape to a normal shifter, making it in my opinion the better lever. Compared to my previous Race Face Aeffect remote, the lever is much smoother and doesn't bend or flex since to runs on a bearing. The overall feeling is very smooth and satisfying. Compared to the Wolf Tooth dropper lever, it is slightly harder to actuate, but you have to take in consideration that the Wolf Tooth is $65 while the OneUp is $50. The difference between the two is almost unnoticeable. The lever is ribbed which really helps grip your finger while using the remote. Overall, I think that the OneUp Dropper Lever is the best lever for the price as it runs on a bearing, made out of metal, and most importantly actuates very smoothly.

Cheap Plastic

Rating:
The Good:

It worked before it broke

The Bad:

Cheap fragile plastic

Overall Review:

On my second ride I pressed on the remote and it snapped off of the lever. You can see that the connecting point is only plastic and very flimsy.

Specifications

Product OneUp Components Dropper Post Remote
Riding Type Cross Country, Trail
Seatpost Type Dropper
Interface
Remote Adjustable Paddle style lever compatible with all cable actuated dropper posts
Diameter N/A
Travel N/A
Length N/A
Tilt N/A
Materials Carbon lever
Colors Black
Weight
  • 0 lb 1.1 oz (32 g)
  • 0 lb 1.2 oz (35 g)
  • 0 lb 1.4 oz (39 g)
Miscellaneous Kit includes cable and housing.
Price $49
More Info

A carbon remote with an oversized bearing and a super smooth action. The lever position allows you to keep a stronger grip on the bars while actuating your post. The OneUp lever mimics your right-hand shifter’s inboard upshift paddle position instead of the usual downshift paddle position of most remotes. This position requires less thumb movement to reach the lever.

For more info, visit the ​OneUp Components website.

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