The Dajia seatpost is a solid and well-proven single-bolt design. It's also one of the few seat posts still available in several sizes to fit classic steel frames.
The non-notched clamp allows for more accurate tilt adjustment than do many inexpensive seatposts. The finish is polished alloy. The head is integral with the post, not pressed on. All-in-all, it's a pretty nice seatpost that should not be confused with lower-end posts. 300mm length; about 24mm setback; 280g.
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Bought this to match my Dajia handlebars. Easy install.
Multiple sizes to fit different frames, but, unable to tighten seat clamp enough to prevent realignment. Smooth design of clamp allows saddle to slide, regardless of tightening force. Placed in the used parts bin😕. Photo showed dremel marks to help hold clamp.
I have been burned by 3 seat posts (2 local) saying they are 25.4mm but end up being a fraction smaller thus not working with the vintage bike i rebuilt. Looks great, feels great, great thickness to it, and i can get a modern seat on!
I needed a 26.8 seatpost that was longer and had more setback than the ofmega that was on my Torpado Beta. Both missions accomplished with this seatpost.