After using very expensive power meters for years, stopping, and then re-introducing myself to power, I'm amazed at how inexpensive and relatively accurate a one-legged crank-based system is. It's certainly not sports-science lab accurate, but its close enough to help me measure my efforts and intervals, and at this price, I have them on two bikes, meaning that I get more power data than I otherwise would've back when a power system cost $1k.
Great price for power. Unfortunately I cannot get the non power side to stop squeaking. Started day one. Iï¿½ve eliminated all other potential culprits and have tried greasing, lubing and properly torquing to the right Nm setting to no avail.
I use these on my 3T Exploro gravel bike. Iï¿½m looking at doing some demanding events around the country and this additional data is helping me attain my goals.
Of course, easy to mount. Mated almost instantly to Garmin Edge, using instr. book first time; now, just connects each ride no issue. (Unlike some crank power meters we've had.) Like the idea of not having to charge all the time, but uses rel. long lasting, not too expensive disposable batteries. No long term testing, but a winner so far! And, don't forget: if you have more than one bike, it is pretty easy to swap your pedals onto the one you are riding that day. Most trouble free power meter of any we've had so far.