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Garmin Vector 3 Power Pedals
Garmin Vector 3 Power Pedals
Garmin Vector 3 Power Pedals

Garmin
Vector 3 Power Pedals

Mfg PartNum:010-01787-00
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Force and direction.

Rather than just add a small upgrade, Garmin chose to completely redesign their pedal-based power measurement system. With a brand new sleek podless pedal design, the durable, lightweight pedals provide highly accurate dual-leg power measurement. By removing the Pedal Pods from the equation, the Vector 3 is easier to install and use than ever, and can even be swapped between bikes without much fuss. While it's no surprise that the Vector's effortlessly integrates to the Garmin ecosystem, with the addition of Bluetooth compatibility, you can monitor and access your data from the Garmin Connect smartphone app.


Features:

  • Redesigned Vector pedal removes need for external Pedal Pod, improving cornering and ergonomics.
  • Pedal-based power measurement system brings accuracy to +/- 1%.
  • Measures: Total power, cadence, left-right balance, and Advanced Cycling Dynamics.
    • Advanced Cycling Dynamics show where, how, and when your power is produced.
  • With ANT+ and Bluetooth compatibility, integrates seamlessly with Garmin Ecosystem and other Cycling head units.
  • Battery type: 4 LR44 button batteries.
  • Battery life: 120 hours.
  • Claimed weight: 316 grams.
  • Compatible with KEO Cleats.

B-Stock - This product has one or more B-Stock units available. These units can be purchased at a discount (see option select). B-Stock units were returned from other customers and may have missing or damaged packaging materials. These units are otherwise as new. The full manufacturer warranty applies. Click Here for more information.

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Mfg PartNum: 010-01787-00 

 

Mfg PartNum:  010-01787-00 

 

Pedal Type: Road Pedals 

 

Cleat Type: Road Cleats 

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Great buy!
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by Alex
Wisconsin
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Great purchase for anyone looking to upgrade their data collection. These really helped me on hills and being able to more accurately dial in my efforts. You will need a pedal wrench to install if you do not have one already. No issues connecting to my Garmin Edge 1000 and Garmin Connect. These will help you see where your left and right legs are in terms of equal power output, and even where on the rotation each leg is peaking it's power! I keep finding new stuff every time I use them. Worth every penny!

Reviewed 8/20/2020
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User friendly, accurate, uncomplicated power pedal
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
TX

Easy to install mechanically (and slightly less so) electronically. Feels good to ride. Provides accurate, useful data. Platform offset data looks questionable, but not particularly relevant to me.

Reviewed 8/21/2020
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Great training tool!
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by Steve G
Competitive Racer
Portland, Oregon
5 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

I've been using my Vector 3 pedals for about a month. The training data is awesome and helps me hone in on my weaknesses.

After my first ride in wet conditions, the right pedal dropped out, it's easy to pull the battery and slightly pull the inside contact up so it makes a better connection. Power is the best way to train and track your performance improvement. Conditions and equipment can vary so much so power just makes more sense.

The ease of installation and ability to move pedals between bikes is very convenient.

Reviewed 11/19/2018
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Easy install and lots of information
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by SamP
Competitive Racer
San Francisco
5 of 6 customers found this review helpful.

Combined with the Garmin 1030, these provide a lot of useful information. They install like any other pedal - super easy. So it's pretty simple to move between bikes if necessary. I've had them for a month or so, and so far, I'm pretty impressed.

Reviewed 1/19/2018
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Loved them at first
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Maxwelton WV

After 6 weeks my computer said my batteries were low. I switched them and couldn't get them to work

I called Garmin a d they did replace them

I still had to pay shipping both ways.

Reviewed 6/20/2019
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So far very good
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Los Angeles, CA

The Vectors are my first experience with power measurement. I have about 25 hours on them with only one dropout experience that I cannot determine if Vectors or unit was the source. I have changed the batteries once (520 notified me that they were low). Overall very good so far.

Reviewed 5/2/2019
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Not ready for prime time
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by kisschicken
Cycling Enthusiast
Austin, TX

For $1000 pedals, I shouldn't have to put mineral oil on batteries to ensure they make a connection. Really disappointed.

Reviewed 11/21/2019
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Not the best power meter pedal
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by Wolfgang
Murrieta Ca
6 of 7 customers found this review helpful.

Right when you get them Garmin suggests taking the battery housing apart to check the tourq on the axle nut. For the price of the pedal you shouldn't have to do this. I won't buy them again.

Reviewed 8/13/2018
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Great dual power meter, but requires updates
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by Anonymous
9 of 9 customers found this review helpful.

Much has been said regarding this product, all very accurate, so I will try to add new information that I hadnt found before the purchase. The left pedal is the master and the right pairs to the left. The batteries that came with the pedals needed replacement immediately. After new batteries, software updates, constant resetting of the pedals (remove the batteries for a few seconds), there are still problems keeping the power meters connected. The latest fix from Garmin is new battery covers with larger contacts, which customer service will send you for free. Since replacing these, Ive had zero issues and enjoyed a great product that works well with the garmin head unit, giving me more than enough data to analyze. Another very minor detail is that the screws and metal plates that mount the cleats (the ones they come with) onto your shoe are slightly different sizes than the standard. So if you need to replace one screwplate (ie you lose one on a ride), save yourself the hassle and just buy a set of replacement cleats.

Summary Purchase the pedals, start with fresh replacement batteries, update the software, replace the battery covers. Enjoy the ride!

Reviewed 7/30/2018
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I wish they worked.
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Vancouver, BC
3 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

These pedals would not function right out of the box. After an hour on the phone with Garmin support the only solution was to return them. 5 stars for Western Bikeworks for the no-hassle return.

Reviewed 5/11/2018
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Not ready yet, very unreliable system
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by Irguy
Competitive Racer
Omaha, NE
10 of 10 customers found this review helpful.

Bought it in February, used it over 300 miles all road biking. Not one single ride when it worked. Works for 3-4 min initially then drops out, then my Garmin 1030 searching for it for 4-5 min, then works for 2min then drops out again. Then gives an error of right power meter is missing.

Reviewed 4/30/2018
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Power to the pedal
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by Bike_Dogter
Portland
1 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

These are my first power meter pedals and use of a power meter outside of a spin class. So far it has been a bit of a learning curve. Pluses are less bulky and lighter than the competition, syncs seamlessly with the 820 head unit, great customization of data screens, prompts calibration automatically, swappable between bikes. Minuses dont know about accuracy, cant Bluetooth connect to more than one device ie. head unit and training softwareVirtual routes for indoor training, had one ride where one pedal didnt read at all, then it kicked in- never figured out what happened, and lastly is expensive when Ive lived without one and still would rather just be riding and listening to my body. In summary, data is more novel than useful until FTP and training goals established. Still working on base miles for early spring.

Reviewed 4/2/2018
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Reliable and easy to use. Best power pedals on the market at the moment
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by Mike W
Competitive Racer
Maryland
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I love these pedals. They are super easy to install. The pedal platform is very stable and feels stiff and secure like a good Look or SPD-SL pedal. Cleat wear has been good so far. The weather seals are a little tight when you first get them, but this is actually a good thing if you ride in the rain. Power numbers has been comparable to my Quarq, so I'm happy.

Reviewed 3/8/2018
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Great leftright power option that is easily moved between bikes
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by mwagner
Competitive Racer
Maryland
5 of 5 customers found this review helpful.

I moved from Shimano Dura-ace SPD-SL pedals to these Garmin Vector 3's and was pleasantly surprised that the Garmin's feel just as solid as the Shimano pedals did. The difference obviously is that I can now read power via the pedals. Overall, the Garmin cleats work well and install basically the same as my old SPD-SLs.

If I had one negative to say about the pedals so far, it is that the seals on the bearings are a little tight, so the pedals don't spin as freely as my previous Shimano pedals. which means sometimes they are in a weird position when you clip in. I'm assuming these seals will loosen up after a few more months of training.

I bought a ton of batteries (They are cheap) in anticipation that I would need to change these out fairly often, but I'm up to 30 hours or so of riding and no need to change so far.

Overall, very happy with the Garmin pedals and they are super easy to install and move from bike to bike. That's going to be a big help for me later in the season when I move the pedals from my road bike to my time trial bike and back.

Reviewed 2/1/2018
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Great product
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by Mike
DC

The Garmin Vector 3 Power Pedals function exactly as expected and are very accurate.

Reviewed 9/14/2020
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Vector pedals, one or two
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Houston

I purchased the Vector 3 Power Pedals a few months ago. For the most part I am enjoying them and the data provided. I question whether the left/right balance is correct as thy always seem to be amazingly close, even when I have focused on one side to see a difference. My suggestion would be one power pedal per bike.

Reviewed 9/10/2020
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Fantastic Product
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by Bill
Cycling Enthusiast
Thousand Oaks CA

Ok, I have read the negative reviews and to be honest .... I don"t get it! I received the pedals on Wednesday evening. Installed them on my RLT 9 RDO gravel bike on Thursday. Paired to my Garmin 520 in a matter of minutes and was able to read cadence and power on my first ride. Did a shake down ride on Saturday (20 miles) and a long Sunday ride ( 60 miles) of mixed gravel and road. Did not have a single issue even with all the dust. The only thing I need to get used to is using road pedals on a gravel bike .... but a lot of people do it. At this point with under 100 miles on the "system" I am a very happy camper.

Reviewed 8/24/2020
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Excellent after a battery change
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by vickiequattro
Cycling Enthusiast
Long Island, NY
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

I was an early adopter of a power meter and am returning to the sport after several years off. pedal based power meters for me are the way to go. Have heard mixed reviews on the Garmin V3's but compared to the other pedal systems, I feel Garmins are the most like normal Look pedals and the competition are kludgey. I purchase refurbs that have the improved battery closure and got them at a great price for a dual sided system. Once I replaced the (2) LR44 batteries in each pedal with a single CN13 type, 95% of dropouts went away. I think that two batteries are problematic because the contact between the batteries is prone to vibration etc. Still get a few power dropouts probably some kind of signal crosstalk but not a huge problem.

Reviewed 6/30/2020
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Redesigned and greatly improved. Excellent accuracy
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Boston, MA

I use this on my indoor smart trainer. I like the Garmin Cycling Dynamics information

Reviewed 8/29/2020
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Best powermeter pedals on the market
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by Anonymous
Cycling Enthusiast
Princeton, NJ
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Have been using since 2018 and haven't experienced any issue so far. Very satisfied - compact and have lots of performance data. Could be much cheaper though but marketing is a tough thing, they will charge maximum what people can pay).

There were some issues right after the release (happens for all Garmin products) though, but several month later were fixed.

Reviewed 5/30/2020
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