Favero Assioma Duo pedals (powermeter)
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The world’s lightest powermeter
Assioma Power Meter Pedals:
breakthrough technology applied to cycling,
to make your training more efficient and
effective than ever.
Set your targets with ultraprecise
and reliable watt measurements.
Hard facts, not estimates, to make
the most of each pedal stroke.
Easy to install.
Fast to move
Install and move your Assioma power meter from one bike to another just like a normal pedal, easily and without special tools.
Pair it to your smartphone or bike computer instantly, using Bluetooth and ANT+ communication.
Hard facts to make the most
of each pedal stroke.
To provide you with unprecedented detailed and precise data, the Assioma power sensors are placed on the pedals, exactly where your force goes.
Accuracy means nothing without stability.
You can count on the most accurate and consistent real-time power data thanks to proprietary technologies, innovative software solutions and the advanced electronics of Assioma.
Ride without fear in the snow, rain, mud, or sweltering heat: the automatic temperature compensation (ATC) ensures exact and reliable watt measurements in any weather conditions at temperatures between -10°C and 60°C.
and the lightest ever made
The lightest and most compact pedal-based power meter: with no protruding elements, it does not interfere with the pedalling. Not even when cornering.
Protected by a bi-component resin block, the power meter sensor is extremely resistant to shocks and fully waterproof.
No waste of energy
The lithium-ion technology provides a long battery life: up to 50 hrs with a single charge.
After a few minutes of inactivity, Assioma automatically sets to stand-by and instantly switches on as soon as you start pedaling.
You can recharge your cycling power meters simultaneously thanks to the battery charger with double USB cable and magnetic connectors.
Total weight per pedal: 149.5gr. 299gr the pair
- Number of Reviews : 3
- Average Grade : 5 /5
- C. Matthias
- the 13/06/2019
- D. Cyril
- the 22/01/2019