A fair few Prologo Scratch Pro saddles seem to be sold on

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Serious Cat
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A fair few Prologo Scratch Pro saddles seem to be sold on

Postby Serious Cat » Sat Jan 18, 2014 21:53 pm

The scratch pro in 143mm width is a saddle I was going to try but I have seen quite a lot of them for sale in used condition with obviously little usage. It appears that riders discovered fairly quickly that they didn't suit and were trying to get some of their money back. They look a decent saddle to my eyes and Im curious as to why they are being moved on so quickly.
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Re: A fair few Prologo Scratch Pro saddles seem to be sold o

Postby Evs78 » Sat Jan 18, 2014 22:28 pm

I've tried a few saddles and find the scratch pro great. I've got one on my best bike and one for the turbo. Recently tried at tri40 on the turbo and that didn't suit!
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Re: A fair few Prologo Scratch Pro saddles seem to be sold o

Postby Lumpy Roads » Sat Jan 18, 2014 22:40 pm

Hi SC,

I've just sold mine in the classifieds. It isn't a bad saddle, it just didn't suit my bottom, I also tried a fizik arione and a fizik aliante. I only seem to get on with the Spesh Romin Evo for long days in the saddle. But I know that others swear by those saddles. Its down to your rear.

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Re: A fair few Prologo Scratch Pro saddles seem to be sold o

Postby adamfo » Sat Jan 18, 2014 23:57 pm

They come OE on Cannondales so there are a lot floating about. I found mine very good.

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Re: A fair few Prologo Scratch Pro saddles seem to be sold o

Postby 47p2 » Sun Jan 19, 2014 01:15 am

I have 4 Prologo Scratch Pro saddles on different bikes all 134mm width and they work for me, I also have a Prologo Nago TR which I didn't like and it's been replaced with the Scratch Pro

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Re: A fair few Prologo Scratch Pro saddles seem to be sold o

Postby 47p2 » Sun Jan 19, 2014 01:16 am

Double post :oops:


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