SQlab 612 Ergowave S-Tube

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The 612 ERGOWAVE® was specifically designed to accomodate the requirements of both competitive and leisure cyclists both on the road or mountainbike. The wave-like shape and raised rear section provides perfect rearward support and an optimal pressure distribution which reaches deep into the body structures resulting in improved power transmission. The lowered nose in combination with the dip provides optimal pressure relief for the perineal area. The flat but slim SQlab MaxContact® saddle nose and the firm padding of the 612 were both specifically designed for the needs on the roadbike. Due to its flex properties, the saddle is most comfortable up to 75 kg. The maximum load should not exceed 90 kg.

Individual width


Sleek rear & Lower saddle nose  

The raised back section provides more rearward support and ensures efficient power transmission.

The level and lowered saddle nose applies less pressure to the sensitive areas of men and women alike.

Center Dip

The slight dip in the center of the saddle reduces pressure to the sensitive tissue areas of the perineum. 

Low and Flat 

The flat saddle nose has a slight curvature which provides maximum contact area providing and associated reduced pressure.

Saving Energy

The wave shaped ERGOWAVE® profile which contours from the rear to the front offers a perfect form-fit shape for most sitbones. The rider does not need to be seated in an inefficient and tiring sitting position and all energy can be used for forward propulsion.

Technical specifications at a glance

WIDTH IN CM

12

13

14

15

AREA OF USE

ROAD & MTB RACE

LENGTH (MM)

275

275

275

275

WEIGHT (G)

196

197

198

199

HARDNESS IN SQ-SHORE

60

60

60

60

RELIEF OF PERINEAL AREA (%)

63

63

63

63

MATERIAL RAILS

S-TUBE

S-TUBE

S-TUBE

S-TUBE

MATERIAL COVER

C84

C84

C84

C84

MATERIAL PADDING

SUPERLIGHT FOAM

MAX. WEIGHT (KG)

90

90

90

90

GENDER

Unisex: due to the sit bone measurement and the step saddle concept, it is not necessary to differentiate between men and women.

 


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