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Improved performance using the pedals you already own.
It's not often you can upgrade some of a bike component to make it as good as the newest version, but that's exactly what Garmin is offering with the Vector 2 upgrade kit. The kit swaps out only the pods to turn your Vector pedals into Vector 2.
The pedal pods have been revamped to get rid of finicky washers, with a clamp system permitting the installation of the pedal first, and the pod clamps on over it. An LED status indicator on each pod provides information for proper installation and maintenance including pedal pairing status and battery replacement. As always, the ANT+® transmission means it's compatible with Garmin Edge® computers, Forerunner® watches or other ANT+® enabled devices.
Includes two pods and hardware. Compatible with Vector 2 dual-pedal power systems. Standard fits 12-15 mm thick cranks. Large fits 15-18 mm thick cranks.
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2 of 3 customers found this review helpful.
I broke one pod of the old version that I was using. Bought to replace the broken and also upgrade at the same time. I'd buy it even if I didn't break my old pods, and install them and use the old pods for a backup.
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