Precision Training and Dura-Ace Trickle-Down Functionality in an Ultegra Package
Offering all the precision and functionality of the DURA-ACE power meter, the Ultegra FC-R8100-P power meter crankset comes in a more budget-conscious package.
Scientific training requires accurate measurement and user-friendliness, and the new Ultegra R8100 power meter has both. Its dual-sided measurement is accurate within 1.5% and zero offset calibration is a quick and easy process. Perhaps most importantly, its long battery life, easy recharge, and ANT+ and Bluetooth LE connectivity makes using and recording your workouts easier than ever.
The R8100 features an integrated, waterproof, and rechargeable LI-ion battery with up to 300+ hours of ride time depending on Bluetooth mode and settings. The unit's software automatically compensates for real time temperature changes.
Weight: 769g (52-36t) 758g (50-34t)
2x12 speed double
Shimano Hollowglide and Hollowtech II technologies
Chainring combination: 52-36T 50-34T
Includes EW-EC300 battery-charge cable
ANT+ and Bluetooth connectivity
Precision data collection
Active temperature compensation
Battery life: up to 300+ hours
Left and right side power measurement
Intended use: road
Available in 170 to 175mm crankarm lengths w/ either 50-34t or 52-36t ringsets
Available in 160 to 175mm lengths as a standalone crank arm option, without rings
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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