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Power Meter Brands

We carry the largest selection of power meters and accessories you will find in one place. We have 12 of the top power meter brands and over 80 different individual power meters. This includes power meters for road, MTB, cyclocross and track. Below, we have our power meter brands listed in A-Z order. We have provided a brief overview, images and links to product pages, where you can find more detailed information.

 

4iiii Innovations

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4iiii Innovations makes crank arm-based power meters for the road and MTB. They offer a left side only crank arm (PRECISION) as well as a dual-sided crankset (PRECISION PRO).

Price

• PRECISION: $399-$599
• PRECISION PRO: $1,500

Highlights

• One of the most affordable direct force power meters (PRECISION)
• Lightest power meter
• Easy to install (PRECISION)

Key Features

PRECISION
• Road and MTB
• Installation: Easy
• Battery: CR2032
• Power measurement: Left leg
• L/R power: No
• ANT+ and Bluetooth SMART

PRECISION PRO
• Road
• Installation: More involved (60 min. estimated)
• Battery: CR2032
• Power measurement: Both legs
• L/R power: Yes
• ANT+ and Bluetooth SMART

4iiii PRECISION

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4iiii PRECISION PRO

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Assioma

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Favero is on the second version of its power meter pedal and the latest version is called the Assioma. They offer the Assioma DUO which measures left and right leg power, as well as the Assioma UNO which measures left leg power only.

Price

• Assioma DUO: $799
• Assioma UNO: $519

Highlights

• The most affordable dual-sided power meter pedals (DUO)
• Very easy to install
• Independent left/right power (DUO)

Key Features

DUO
• Road
• Installation: Very easy
• Battery: Rechargeable
• Power measurement: Both legs
• L/R power: Yes
• ANT+ and Bluetooth SMART

UNO
• Road
• Installation: Very easy
• Battery: Rechargeable
• Power measurement: Left leg
• L/R power: No
• ANT+ and Bluetooth SMART

Favero Assioma DUO

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Favero Assioma UNO

Favero Assioma UNO Power Meter Pedals

Easton | Race Face

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Easton and Race Face offer the CINCH Power Meter Spindle. Paired with Easton’s EC90 SL road or Race Face’s Next SL MTB cranksets, the CINCH replaces the OEM spindle (axle) and measures left-side power.

Price

• Power meter spindle only: $599
• Power meter spindle + Easton EC90 SL crank arms: $949
• Complete crankset with power meter spindle: $1,067

Highlights

• Highly adaptable as the cranksets fit road, CX, gravel and MTB bikes
• The CINCH is safely located in your frame, free from impact, rocks and weather
• Options start at $599 (CINCH only)

Key Features

• Road, CX, Gravel, MTB
• Installation: More involved (60 min. estimated)
• Battery: Lithium-ion battery
• Power measurement: Left leg
• L/R power: No
• ANT+ and Bluetooth SMART

CINCH Power Meter Spindle

Easton CINCH Power Meter Spindle

CINCH Power Meter Spindle + Easton EC90 SL Crankset

Easton CINCH Power Meter Spindle with EC90 SL Crankset

FSA

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In 2017 FSA released their PowerBox Crankset Power Meter. It uses Power2Max’s proven spider design and comes with FSA chainrings and crank arms. The alloy version is the most affordable crankset-based power meter on the market.

Price

• PowerBox Road Alloy and Carbon: $649 (alloy) and $1,190 (carbon)
• PowerBox MTB Carbon: $1,150

Highlights

• The most affordable crank-based power meter (Road Alloy)
• Uses Power2Max’s proven spider design (accurate and reliable)
• Full of features (Auto Zero, user friendly battery, L/R power, BLE, etc.)

Key Features

• Road and MTB
• Installation: More involved (60 min. estimated)
• Battery: CR2450
• Power measurement: Both legs
• L/R power: Yes (with system upgrade)
• ANT+ (Bluetooth SMART with system upgrade)

FSA Road PowerBox Alloy

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FSA Road PowerBox Carbon

FSA PowerBox power meter

Garmin

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Garmin is on the third version of its power meter pedal and the latest version is called the Garmin Vector 3. They offer the Vector 3 which measures left and right leg power, as well as the Vector 3S which measures left leg power only.

Price

• Vector 3: $999
• Vector 3S: $599

Highlights

• Easy installation allows the Vector 3 to be installed just like a normal pedal
• Slim pedal design resembles a traditional pedal in look, size and shape
• Independent left/right power (Vector 3)

Key Features

Vector 3
• Road
• Installation: Easy
• Battery: LR44/SR44
• Power measurement: Both legs
• L/R power: Yes
• ANT+ and Bluetooth SMART

Vector 3S
• Road
• Installation: Easy
• Battery: LR44/SR44
• Power measurement: Left leg
• L/R power: No
• ANT+ and Bluetooth SMART

Garmin Vector 3

Garmin Vector 3 Power Meter Pedal

Garmin Vector 3S

Side view of Garmin Vector 3S Power Meter Pedals

PowerPod

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Velocomp, manufacturer of the PowerPod, takes a different approach than other power meter brands. The PowerPod measures power by calculating the forces that oppose the rider – wind, gradient, acceleration and friction. This is called opposing force technology.

Price

• PowerPod: $299-$459 (depends on features)

Highlights

• Affordable with models starting at $299
• Compatible with any bike and easily transferable
• Light weight

Key Features

• Road, MTB, CX, Track
• Installation: Easy
• Battery: Rechargeable
• Power measurement: Both legs
• L/R power: No*
• ANT+ and Bluetooth SMART (assuming you purchase a BLE version)

*The PowerPod doesn’t display real-time L/R data, however using Velocomp’s Isaac software, you can analyze your pedal stroke in detail on a post-ride basis

PowerPod Power Meter

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PowerPod Power Meter with PowerStroke

PowerPod with PowerStroke Upgrade Key

PowerTap

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PowerTap is the only power meter brand to offer three different power meter types. They offer a pedal-based power meter (the P1 and P1S), a hub-based power meter (G3) and a chainring-based power meter (C1).

Price

• P1: $999 (dual-sided pedal)
• P1S: $699 (single-sided pedal)
• G3: $599-$799
• C1: $699

Highlights

PowerTap P1/P1s
• Very easy to install
• Fully integrated design
• Independent left/right power (P1)

PowerTap G3
• The only hub-based power meter available
• Affordable with models starting at $599
• Quick installation if you buy a completed wheelset

PowerTap C1
• The only chainring-based power meter available
• Estimated L/R power measurement
• Relatively easy installation

Key Features

PowerTap P1
• Road
• Installation: Very easy
• Battery: AAA
• Power measurement: Both legs
• L/R power: Yes
• ANT+ and Bluetooth SMART

PowerTap P1S
• Road
• Installation: Very easy
• Battery: AAA
• Power measurement: Left leg
• L/R power: No
• ANT+ and Bluetooth SMART

PowerTap G3
• Road, MTB, CX, Track
• Installation: Very easy (if you buy a completed wheelset)
• Battery: CR2032
• Power measurement: Both legs
• L/R power: No
• ANT+ and Bluetooth SMART

PowerTap C1
• Road
• Installation: Medium
• Battery: CR2032
• Power measurement: Both legs
• L/R power: Yes (estimated)
• ANT+ and Bluetooth SMART

PowerTap P1 & P1S

PowerTap P1 Pedals

PowerTap C1 Chainring

Front view of C1 Chainring Power Meter

PowerTap G3 Hub

PowerTap G3 Hub Power Meter

ROTOR

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ROTOR offer a variety of bottom bracket-based power meters for the road and MTB. Their power meter is essential a crankset (sans chainrings), however they locate the power sensor in the axle of the crank. They offer dual-sided (2INpower) and single-sided (INpower) models.

Price

• 2INpower: $1,500
• INpower: $779-$1,139 (depending on the model)

Highlights

• Independent left/right power (2INpower)
• High level of compatibility with ROTOR’s universal bottom bracket
• Optimized for Q-rings (2INpower)

Key Features

2INpower
• Road
• Installation: More involved (60 min. estimated)
• Battery: Rechargeable
• Power measurement: Both legs
• L/R power: Yes
• ANT+ and Bluetooth SMART

INpower
• Road and MTB
• Installation: More involved (60 min. estimated)
• Battery: AA
• Power measurement: Left leg
• L/R power: No
• ANT+

ROTOR 2INpower

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ROTOR INpower

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SRM

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SRM has been producing power meters since the late 80’s and many consider them the gold standard of power measurement. They offer crankset-based power meters (with or without chainrings) with power measured at the spider. SRM is the most widely adopted system by the professional peloton.

Price

• $1,399-$2,499

Highlights

• High levels of accuracy (+/- 1.0%)
• Longest battery life of any power meter
• The new Origin is highly compatible, uses carbon arms and Trilobe technology

Key Features

• Road, MTB, CX, Track
• Installation: More involved (60 min. estimated)
• Battery: Proprietary or rechargeable (Origin)
• Power measurement: Both legs
• L/R power: No
• ANT+

SRM Origin

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SRM SRAM XX1

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Stages Cycling

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Stages Cycling was the first to produce a left side crank arm-based power meter. They are now on their second generation of power meters and make units for road, MTB, track and CX. Stages power meters are compatible with Shimano, Campagnolo, FSA, Cannondale, SRAM and Race Face cranksets.

Price

• $529-$949 (excludes complete cranksets)

Highlights

• Compatible across a wide range of cranksets
• Affordable with units starting at $529
• Easy to install

Key Features

• Road, MTB, CX, Track
• Installation: Easy
• Battery: CR2032
• Power measurement: Left leg
• L/R power: No
• ANT+ and Bluetooth SMART

Stages Shimano Ultegra 6800

Stages Shimano Ultegra 6800 Power Meter

Stages Shimano XT M8000

Stages Shimano XT M8000 Power Meter

Verve Cycling

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Verve Cycling manufactures the InfoCrank, a complete crankset. The InfoCrank is considered one of the most accurate power meter brands. The InfoCrank achieves its accuracy by placing its strain gauges within the crank arm – the only one to do this.

Price

• $1,399-$1,641

Highlights

• High levels of accuracy (accurate to within +/- 0.5%)
• Independent left/right power
• No need to zero-offset (calibrate)

Key Features

• Road
• Installation: More involved (60 min. estimated)
• Battery: SR44
• Power measurement: Both legs
• L/R power: Yes
• ANT+

Verve InfoCrank M30

Verve InfoCrank Power Meter

Verve InfoCrank 24 MM

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WATTEAM

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WATTEAM sells the POWERBEAT, the first user-installed power meter. The POWERBEAT Dual attaches to the left and right crank arms and measures total power. The Single is a left side power meter attaching to the left crank arm only. The POWERBEAT is the most affordable, direct force power meter on the market

Price

• Dual: $399
• Single: $259

Highlights

• Most affordable direct force power meter
• Independent left/right power (Dual)
• Very light (less than 20 grams per side)

Key Features

Dual
• Road (MTB coming soon)
• Installation: More involved (60 min. estimated)
• Battery: Rechargeable
• Power measurement: Both legs
• L/R power: Yes
• ANT+ and Bluetooth SMART

Single
• Road (MTB coming soon)
• Installation: More involved (30 min. estimated)
• Battery: Rechargeable
• Power measurement: Left leg
• L/R power: No
• ANT+ and Bluetooth SMART

POWERBEAT Dual

The WATTEAM POWERBEAT Power Meter installed on a Shimano crankset

POWERBEAT Single

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