We’ve read the reviews across the web for the KS Lev Integra Dropper Seatpost and summarize the results below:
Number of Ratings Reviewed: 95
Pros & Cons
Reasons to buy:
- The seat comes up well and with a nice speed.
- Very minimal lateral movement.
- Simple enough to service yourself.
- Reliable even in tough conditions.
- Very quiet on the up and down.
- The post moves smoothly.
- Very light.
- Very smooth in the compression.
- The return speed is adjustable.
Reasons NOT to buy:
- The remote is difficult to use, and many users prefer to get a different one.
- The cable can be short for some bikes.
- The post moves when the bike is lifted by the saddle.
- The dropper can get stuck in the down position after being there for more than a few minutes, although this is an easy fix.
- The internally-routed system for the handlebar-mounted remote can be a pain to install, although it does look very sleek.
- Can sometimes stick in the compressed setting, although it is quick and easy to fix.
- The remotes can be difficult to install on some handlebars.
- The remote is not ergonomically efficient and requires some force to work.
The KS Lev Integra Dropper Seatpost is a light and reliable dropper seat that does what you want it to do. The post has smooth up and down motion and moves quietly, with little lateral motion for a solid feel. Although many users don’t like the remote that comes with the seat post, and others have had problems with the seat sticking when down for a while, this seat gets high reviews for its reliability and smoothness.