GEN 2 STAGES POWER | ULTEGRA 6800
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- Accuracy: ± 2%
- Weight: Only adds 20g to base crank arm
- Battery Life: 200+ hours (coin cell: CR2032)
- Power range (Watts): 0 to 2500
- Water resistance rating: IPX7
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Stages Power meters
The power meter for every rider
Stages Power takes a direct force power measurement through a bicycle’s crank arm in order to accurately quantify the work a cyclist does on their bike. Monitoring a rider’s work is the most accurate and consistent way to quantify a rider’s improvement. Stages Power provides a clear path to a rider’s cycling goals.
Active Temperature Compensation (ATC) ensures that the Stages Power meter’s accuracy and consistency remain unaffected by environmental changes. Some meters still put the onus on a rider to manually reset the meter, where failure to do so means failure in accuracy. Stages Power takes the worry away so that all a rider need do is ride.
Bluetooth and ANT+ communication protocols offer robust connection and the versatility to pair to your current cycling computer or the new model that’s yet to be designed. Bluetooth technology specifically helps us future proof our meter by facilitating wireless firmware upgrades in the same manner that you’d update your mobile phone.
Made by cyclists, for cyclists of all disciplines. Stages Power meters are built onto a variety of popular bicycle cranks so that we have the meter to fit your bike. We make power meters for road, triathlon, mountain bike and even track bikes.
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In addition to having a great tool on the bike now, I have to say that Stages offers a fantastic website portal for setting up a profile, developing a training plan, uploading ride data and measuring your improvement. They also have some nice introductory/tutorial materials explaining the concepts of power measurement and how to incorporate that into a training program. I was quickly able to determine my threshold, then put together a plan to raise it over time.
Took of one stor for high battery consumption.