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Stages Carbon Campagnolo Chorus Power Meter

Josh Matthew March 5, 2021
4.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

Stages power for carbon Campagnolo Super Chorus cranks

Stages Carbon Campagnolo Chorus Power Meter

The Stages Carbon Campagnolo Chorus Power Meter is now available and comes ride ready – with Campagnolo’s Ultra-Torque CULT ceramic non-drive bottom bracket bearing. The power meter features +/- 1.5% accuracy and 200 hours of battery life. Stages power meters run off the popular CR2032 battery and feature tool free battery replacement. In addition, it is extremely lightweight – adding only 15 grams to the weight of the crank arm. The power meter is compatible with both ANT+ and Bluetooth SMART devices, which means you can use your favorite bicycle computer as well as a smartphone or tablet.

The new Stages Generation 3 power meter features radio antennas that are 6x more powerful than the previous version. This means better compatibility with both bike computers and watches. The new versions also feature improved accuracy and have an LED indicator light on the housing for improved ease of use.



Crank arm lengths: 165 mm | 170 mm | 172.5 mm | 175 mm



This Stages power meter is compatible with all existing Chorus model cranks.


In the Box

  • Stages Power Meter
  • 2032 coin cell battery
  • Quick Start guide


Stages Carbon Campagnolo Chorus Specs

NameStages Carbon Campagnolo Chorus
Bike TypeRoad
Location of Power MeasurementCrank Arm
Left or Both Legs MeasuredLeft only
Independent Left/Right MeasurementNo
Communication ProtocolANT+ and Bluetooth SMART
Claimed Accuracy+/- 1.5%
Weight15 grams (added weight)
Battery TypeCR2032 coin cell
Battery Life200+ hours
Method of Cadence MeasurementAccelerometer
Warranty1 year
1 review for Stages Carbon Campagnolo Chorus Power Meter
  1. Eloi Chayer (verified owner)

    This should really be a 3.5 star, but I felt that 3 was a bit too harsh for what it really is, in my opinion (I’m no pro).

    I’ve bought the Stages PM as a replacement for a PowerPod which was perfectly fine on smooth roads, but on the crappy training roads that I have to ride around here, the unit was over estimating quite erratically.

    The Stages’ output is quite fine in that area. There are some caveats, though (which may be fixed in the future, according to Stages support). One of these is that the signal drops when using an out front mount for my head unit (tried with both a Garmin 520 and a 500). If the head unit is mounted on the stem, there are no drop outs at all. Note that my K-Edge out front mount was a bit less problematic than the Garmin one, but that might either be due to the material (aluminum vs composite) or the actual placement of the mount (Garmin puts the unit a bit to the RH, and the K-Edge a bit to the LH, but also a bit lower). Now, Stages points Garmin for the fault and Garmin points to Stages, but nonetheless, this is a factor that you have to keep in mind if you buy the power meter.

    Having said that, I was able to try the Dash SDL1 with the Stages PM and it works great. The Dash has issues of its own, if you ask me, but since it will connect to both Bluetooth and Ant+ simultaneously there are no dropouts at all, even in the out front position.

    Battery life appears to be good at this point, as after 40h of riding, the power level bar in the Stages Power app still shows almost a full bar.

    So, all in all, it’s a good entry level power meter, but still with a few quirks. Hopefully FW updates will fix the dropout issues in the future as the stem mount of my 520 is not ideal while trying to hold a certain amount of power during training as I have to take my eyes off the road for a bit longer than I’m used to, but I have to admit I’m starting to adapt…

    • Power Meter City

      Hi Eloi. Thank you for the great review. All power meters have some unique quirks, but it sounds like you’re figuring things out pretty well. I hope you continue to put your Stages to good work and please let us know if there is anything else we can do to help! Thanks

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