The Revla Bike Seat is sensitive to each person’s needs in terms of balance and feel. The Revla seat can be adjusted on your bicycle so that it fits to you and suits your comfort needs.
The Revla Bike Seat’s patented inverted ‘L’ design carries enormously high loads due to almost all of the cyclist’s seated mass being channeled onto the area around the seat clamp. Revla Bike Seats work fantastically well on bikes with handlebars much higher than saddles such as cruisers, comfort bikes, city bikes, etc.
The Revla bike seat is an excellent accessory for your Hydrobike or traditional bicycle. The comfortable design of this seat allows for the user to sit down the same way as on a chair instead of straddling an uncomfortable standard bike seat that causes uneven pressure on your rear if you are not in excellent shape. The Revla bike seat makes riding your Hydrobike or bicycle an absolute pleasure compared to the traditional saddle found as the stock option.
I would rate my overall review of the Revla bike seat as 4 out of 5. This seat is incredibly comfortable, however, it does take a bit of getting used after using a traditional bike seat for so long. I really enjoyed the way they redesigned the pressure points, making this saddle very comparable to an office chair. The main advantages of the Revla seat will also be of value to children, the disabled, and the elderly, bringing further dimensions to its utilization. Once you get used to using it, you’ll never want to change back.
Made with comfortable Velo gel.
“Chair” style bike seat for comfortable usage.
Universal fit attaches to any bicycle or Hydrobike.
Water and weather resistant for use with Hydrobikes.
Capacity: 320 lbs.
Seat Dimensions: 72mm x 260mm (front ) / 87mm x 177mm (side)
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Rating: 3.0/5 (16 votes cast)
Revla Bike Seat Review, 3.0 out of 5 based on 16 ratings
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