Power2Max HUGE Price Drop!

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
Dammit
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by Dammit

I think Paypal is fine, I'd be very happy to use it- if only it was offered in Europe.

I do want a P2M unit, but I'll wait until I have a trip to the US coming up and buy from the American part of the P2M site, probably mid-next year.

jever98
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by jever98

Hi Mark,

most rings nowadays are 11-speed compatible. Rotor rings are, Praxis rings are, too. Haven't heard of any issues with Praxis on 11 speed.

Best
Nicolas
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djm
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by djm

...wanted to add a thanks to P2M and Nicolas for being present here and answering questions. Great work! :-)

jever98
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by jever98

Thanks :-). Great to get input from you guys and glad if it's a bit helpful.

Cheers
Nicolas
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williamsf1
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by williamsf1

I've got 3 P2M units and they are fault free for a total of 40,000km so no complaints here!!! so where are they going to be cheapest? USA or from Germany directly minus the VAT?

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Juanmoretime
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by Juanmoretime

It appears that US shipping is not an option? Is there US distribution and dealers? I may be in the market for a second PM. I love my Quarq on my tt bike and am strongly considering adding one to my road bike.
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jever98
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by jever98

@Juanmoretime: our US site is www.power2max.de/northamerica - we ship directly to the USA and Canada from our Vancouver presence.

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Nicolas
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SLCBrandon
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by SLCBrandon

Also looking for a 2nd PM and am strongly considering P2M now with the ease of ordering in the US and the new pricing.

jever98
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by jever98

@williamsf1: are you rivalling Christoph Strasser in kms ridden ;-)?
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Juanmoretime
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by Juanmoretime

Nicolas, does the site accept Paypal as payment after you register on the site and what would be the approximate ship time to the US?
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jever98
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by jever98

@Juanmoretime: sorry, what is e registered PayPal? Haven't heard of that.

We have the majority of things on stock - so unless you want something really obscure we can ship right away :-), and it takes 3 to 5 days to arrive, depending on where you live. We ship with Canada post from Vancouver, because it removes the customs hassles for both the customers and us.

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Nicolas
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doomith
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by doomith

Will you add a USD$ price? The conversion to Euros for us here in Australia isn't great!

Also will the Type S work specifically with SiSL cranks? I know you've mentioned compatibility with SiSL2 cranks. I'm guessing they are very similar.

jever98
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by jever98

Hi doomith,

for Australia please order through our distributor there - bikecycle.co.nz - if you choose Australia and New Zealand on www.power2max.de it will take you there.

Yes, the Type S will work with Cannondale SI, SISL, and SISL2.

Cheers,

Nicolas
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Buffalo
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by Buffalo

Hi Nicolas,

With SiSL is there a need to use a certain length spindle such as the SRM spindle?

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micky
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by micky

Nicolas,

why the Lightning sensor-only is available only for the north american market?

Thanks

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