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 Post subject: crank based powermeter
PostPosted: Thu Aug 09, 2012 12:05 pm 
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I've made my dissision, i need one for training and racing. cause i race with a discwheel
powertap isn't an option

After searching the net, weight weenies and wattange group it will be come less and less clear for me

srm: to much money, my brother had only issues with it and went back to powertap.

So i found 2 meters with pro's and cons, and i need the one that suits me best

power2max: needs 20min warmingup for a steady non drifting output, in a race i can't do a warmingup (my personal warmup is a 1k swim) in training it is a smaller problem
the autozero should be a big plus,

quarq : wet wether problems, wrong numbers caused by broken units.

Al have a good customers service, but i want a perfect product when i put a big amount of money
for a product.

both of them have lovers and haters.

the head unit that will be ussed is an edge 800.
a meter that always give 15watt to high or to low isn't a big problem. consistend is what im looking for.

Is there some one who's using both? instead of replacing

regards,
Leroni


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