4iiii PRECISION Shimano GRX RX810 Right Side Power MeterJosh Matthew October 13, 2021
4iiii power on a Shimano GRX RX810 right side crank arm!
4iiii PRECISION Shimano GRX RX810 Right Side Power Meter
The 4iiii PRECISION Shimano GRX RX810 Right Side Power Meter is perfect for those that have a 4iiii Shimano GRX left side crank arm power meter and want to upgrade to a dual-sided crankset. With power sensors on both the left and right crank arms, you can measure and record power from both legs! Or, some bike frames cannot fit a left side power meter due to clearance issues with the chainstay. In these situations, this 4iiii right side power meter is a perfect solution. It allows you to quickly and easily add power to the right side of your crankset where clearance and compatibility issues don’t exist.
The 4iiii GRX RX810 Right Side Power Meter uses patent pending 3-D tri-axial strain gauge technology, which is accurate +/- 1.0%. It’s also super lightweight (added weight of about 10 grams) and comes with a full 3-year warranty. 4iiii power meters are compatible with both ANT+ and Bluetooth SMART devices. This means you can use it with your favorite bicycle computer, watch or smart phone.
This power meter comes in the following crank arm lengths: 170 mm | 172.5 mm | 175 mm
Please note, every size comes with 40T chainrings.
The 4iiii power meter is compatible with all Shimano GRX cranksets including GRX RX600.
Please note, this product requires a Shimano Crankarm Cap Tool (sold by us separately) for installation.
Tools Needed for Installation
- Shimano Crank Arm Cap Tool (sold by us separately)
- 5 mm Allen key
In the Box
- 4iiii Power Meter
- CR2032 battery
- Quick Start guide
4iiii PRECISION Shimano GRX RX810 Right Side Specs
|Name||4iiii PRECISION GRX RX810 Right Side|
|Location of Power Measurement||Crank arm|
|Left or Both Legs Measured||Right only|
|Independent Left/Right Measurement||No|
|Communication Protocol||ANT+ and Bluetooth SMART|
|Claimed Accuracy||+/- 1.0%|
|Weight||10 grams (added weight)|
|Battery Life||100 hours|
|Method of Cadence Measurement||Accelerometer|