I got this saddle when i got my Nightrider, and i use them together, with a T7
heres my review:
The second I tried out the saddle, under inflated and all, I noticed a huge difference. the comfort is astounding. The nightrider came with a nimbus gel saddle, and that’s what i have for a comparison point.
very high, given that you can buy a $16 air saddle, and do the conversion yourself. a little to spendy for most unicyclists, but if you going cross-country, or any distancing, comfort is #1. well worth it in my opinion.
Possibly the most comfortable saddle on the market, ready to buy. i cant say anything to custom built saddles, as everybody has personal preferences. i can compare it to (nimbus gel saddle,Torker LX saddle,KH fusion street, my friends saddle)
the seat uses a 4-bolt rectangular pillar bracket, which is the common bracket for most unicycles. (nimbus, holm, ect.) the only problem, and it is a bothersome one, is that with a T7 handle installed, the handle blocks access to the valve for most pumps. i say most because my small co2 pump can still barely fit*, with the T7’s handle in the way. i combat this problem by taking off the seat and pumping up to more than usual. i then get on, ride a bit, let out some air. ride a bit, let out air, until the seat is perfect. this is very annoying, bit its the only thing i can think to do. the other problem with t7 is that the seat uses a string to pull the cover tightly over the seat. the bracket gets in the way of this, and one ends up having to have a loose seat cover.
*i am currently out of co2
pros-- very comfortable, especially for long distance rides.
cons–expensive, not designed with T7 in mind.
the handle is worth it if you are planning a long distance ride,and need perfection, but otherwise–get the air pillow and do it yourself.
if anyone has their own solutions with the t7 and this seat, please post it.