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Satori Handle Stem Easy Up


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  • Height adjustable stem mount
  • For 1 1/8" ahead stems or 1 1/8" steel or alloy steer tubes
  • No special tools
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Product Description

The Satori Easy Up Handlebar Stem Unit features an adjustable range of 72 mm. It is for use with 1 1/8in ahead stems or 1 1/8in steel or alloy steer tubes. No special tools are required for set-up!

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001V5GLHY
  • Item model number: 404140
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #410,009 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It's made so precise - like an aircraft part.
bruce smith
It uses a "tightening loosening ring." to pre-load the steerer.
H. Herrington
It will not be a "tool-less" adjustment.
Irrevocable Trust

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Mark in Tempe on June 30, 2010
This is an impressively designed product. The extension tube is 1" diameter and will slip *inside* your 1-1/8" steerer tube. You adjust how much of the extension tube is exposed by raising and lowering it. The smooth, round piece at the top of the extension tube is 1-1/8" diameter so your original stem can clamp onto the extension tube.

For someone who needs that length of potential extension, or requires easy adjustment (a bike ridden by many people?), this is a great part.

However, it's a bit overkill for the average person who might could live with Delta stem extender (or Satori Heads Up-1 or -4).

I gave it 3 stars, but I can see how someone who really needs something like this might give it 5 stars.

I would have given it more stars, but I'm disturbed by how the product isn't described with much depth or clarity. No examples. And, worse, it is described as requiring no special tools to install. That's a little misleading. It requires serious modification to your bicycle by pushing the (Aheadset) star-fangled nut to the bottom of your steerer tube (to make room for the extension tube to retract inside your steerer tube). That modification requires some serious pounding with a hammer and large-diameter rod (punch).

If you want to go back to your your original stem, you have to install a new star-fangled nut -- which does require a special tool. (And, if you want to remove the original star-fangled nut which was pushed to the bottom of your steerer tube, you have to drill it out.).

I hate to be too critical because I don't want to discourage creation of niche products like this. But, the lack of information regarding how this product operates, and especially its installation requirements is inexcusable. Someone clearly put a lot of effort into designing this product. The absence of effort into put into a description and illustration is striking.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Greenman Wood on March 8, 2012
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With all due respect to the other reviewers, I feel they've missed the mark completely. The packaging clearly states: Tool-less height adjustment, which is true. You simply release the QR lever and set the height to where you want it, then reapply the lever. No fuss, no muss, no tools. Nowhere on the package does it say tool-less installation! To expect that is quite silly actually, since the step-by-step pictograms that support the (admittedly substandard) English directions show the tools needed. If a small amount of brain power is applied to the directions, they are easy enough to understand. To wit, I'm no bike mechanic, but was able to install and adjust the unit in less than 25 minutes. The preload for the headset bearings is much simpler to set than the conventional method as well, just turn it until it stops. It adds weight, but then again I can't imagine weight being the concern of a bicyclist buying this product. The Easy-Up does exactly what it says it does, and it looks and works like the quality device it is. And no, I don't work for Satori or in any capacity related to the bicycle industry.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Irrevocable Trust on November 15, 2013
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Everything is well made and fit well, except one major problem. When the the two bolts that clamp down on the bike's steerer tube (sometimes called a quill) are tightened, the stem riser will no longer move up or down. I thought I might be tightening the bolts too much, so, I broke out the torque wrench. The instructions state that these bolts should be torqued to 13-15 Nm. I wasn't even close to tight enough.

A few comments. The system seems to be squeezing the riser and locking it in place. Now, I have two stems, both require 5 Nm to clamp onto the steerer tube. This device requires 13-15 Nm. Even testing at 4 Nm, the riser was locked in place. Why this requires so much pressure makes little sense. The Steerer tube is not carbon fiber, it looks and feels like a mild steel, so I don't think that should be the problem. I made sure the part was in place properly, so I am sure that it is not clamping to high on the steerer tube.

In the end, I had to just place it at the most likely position for use, and tighten everything up. I would have returned the item as defective, since it can't do what I it is specifically designed to do, but then the bike would be down for a few weeks until I replace the parts that had to be "removed" to install this part. See, once you try to use this product, you have eliminated the ability to go back to your original setup. You have to pound the star nut deep into the steerer tube (which is very easy btw). Once this is done, you will need to purchase a new star nut and press it into the tube to use standard equipment again. So, I'm stuck.

Definitely not "Easy up". It will not be a "tool-less" adjustment. It will require nearly complete disassembly to adjust. If it had worked, I probably would have rated it a 5 star. I gave it two stars because I can still adjust, but I was looking forward to moving it between a more aerodynamic low position and a comfortable high position while out on a long ride.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By H. Herrington on May 18, 2011
Installation is not tool-less or easy. I think they are referring to adjustment up or down once it is installed. The instructions on the blister pack are poorly written by someone that clearly cannot speak English, or at least English is not their first language. The website does not have a "contact". It does not use a star nut to pre-load the steerer. There are no complete sentences in the instructions. It uses a "tightening loosening ring." to pre-load the steerer. Nice concept, poorly executed. I will toss it and buy a uncut fork.
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