warp wrote: ↑
Mon Jun 17, 2019 2:50 am
Same issue here. Doesn't bother me much as the batteries are rechargeable and they last for the duration of my typical ride. I wish it was better, though as there is no comparison with my Di2
Agreed, it's more annoying than anything. It charges in an hour or so, something I need to do every couple of weeks.
I haven't had issues with my S10 trying to update the firmware or running the Giant app.
Now that is interesting. The new build of the app is definitely more stable (in that it doesn't automatically force-quit upon open), but the firmware update process is definitely unreliable for me.
While riding, and corroborated from the data, the cadence was jumping up and down every second. I don't change cadence that quickly. As the Power Pro uses cadence into the calculation for power, the data came very jumpy. The power plot from the kickr showed a steady power for the duration of the interval, while on the Power Pro it looked like if I was riding outside. At about 100w, the Power Pro would read within 5w but at 200W it would be as far off as 20w.
Now, the average power came within 10w (out of 150w is still significant) from that of the Kickr and I could live with that, but being 20% of while busting my lungs is dodgy.
I need to do more testing and see how it goes. It was reading pretty good to me, but after a firmware update, the cadence data jumps up and down and I'm having issues with Power. However, I have not made a calibration lately of the Power Pro or a Spin Down on the Kickr... so I still need to find out more.
Good information. I'm personally more concerned about consistency and in that regard the Power Pro seems pretty good. I've ridden the bike in all kinds of conditions and I have obtained results that generally make sense.