Garmin Vector 2 Power Meter Pedals Black/Silver, 12-15mm Crankarm Width
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- Dual-sensing pedal-based power meter
- Measures total power, left/right balance and cadence
- Displays cycling dynamics showing how and where power is produced
- Installs in minutes and quickly transfers between bikes
- Pedal pods include an LED light to display important setup and maintenance information
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|Item Dimensions||1.89 x 5.98 x 13.43 inches|
|Item Weight||1.54 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||1.9 pounds|
|Size||Standard (12-15 mm thick, 44 mm wide)|
Vector 2’s dual-sensing pedal-based power meter measures cadence, total power, left/right balance and displays cycling dynamics, revolutionary metrics that provide feedback to cyclists on their position and pedal form. With cycling dynamics users can tailor their training around specific weaknesses and strengths by viewing exactly where they are generating power throughout the pedal stroke. Cyclists can also view where force is being applied on the pedal itself to ensure proper cleat position, as well as when and how long they were seated versus standing during a ride to gauge position effectiveness. Box includes: -Vector 2 pedals -2 pedal pods -Cleats and hardware -USB ANT+ Stick -Manuals
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Today I was out training and was shocked to find that the connector for the pod had fallen off completely (not the pod itself just the part that is on the end of the ribbon and connects into the spindle). The ribbon looked clean like nothing had ever been connected (no exposed wires etc).
I called customer services and voiced my concern about all the delays, repeat calls for ETAs, and asked to speak to a supervisor. I was told at first that the Garmin Vector 2 should only be installed by a bike mechanic and that they needed photos of my pedal. I explained that all your marketing talks about the easy of swapping the pedals from bike to bike and never stated that they should only be done by a bike shop. The supervisor then back pedaled and said it was only a recommendation.
Garmin customer service reports that they can’t keep up with demand on replacement pods. I’m wondering if they are having a manufacturing issue with the Vector 2. Either way, I personally wouldn’t recommend these at this point.
*I got my dual sided Vector 2 pedals for $250 less than I could find the cheapest P1 pedals for. I could have gotten them even less had I waited and used the 20% off coupon at a certain recreational supply store.
*Vectors are lighter and have better pedal clearance than the P1
*Vectors use easier to find, Look Keo cleats.
*Completely user serviceable and rebuildable. If something breaks or needs to be replaced I can easily buy almost any part of the pedals without having to send them back to the manufacturer. I see removable pods as an asset and I've found them to not be any more prone to damage. If the circuitry was to get fried I can swap on a new pod in 2 minutes and be back in business, if something goes wrong with your P1s you'll be without power for a few weeks while you send them to the factory.
*Better battery life, and I can easily toss 2x 2032 batteries in my pack. You can buy 20 2032 batteries on Amazon for less than $10.
*The Vector 2 are much less picky about torque than Vector 1. As long as you get them to a minimum tightness you'll be fine. I can install them with a normal pedal wrench without any issues. I've stopped using the torque wrench with no ill effects.
I've ridden them hard over the last 5000 miles and they show no sign of letting up. Regardless of rain, heat, or cold, my data has been completely reliable and most importantly, repeatable. I have replaced the batteries at least twice now which I feel is fair. Maybe I've been lucky but I haven't had any problems with dropouts or R/L leg imbalances. If there is a weakness it has to be Garmin's firmware but they seem to have things sorted out now that they've been out for a while.
The bottom line is if you're looking for a dual sided power meter that you can swap between bikes these are a great option, especially if you find them on sale.
People complaining about the pedals not fitting have not done their homework. Vector comes in multiple sizes based on your crank arm width. Most people will have no trouble with the standard 12-15mm size, but you should consider doing a quick Google search with Vector size and the name of your crank arm to ensure you will have no trouble.
Another point I rarely see mentioned is that Garmin offers a great warranty and a slew of replacement parts. The whole system goes together in a very modular manner, so if you ever need to replace a part on your unit Garmin sells replacement parts at reasonable prices so that you don't have to purchase a whole new unit. In addition, I have had success calling Garmin and having things sent over under warranty at no charge.
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