Garmin Vector 3 Single Side Power Meter Pedals
The Garmin Vector 3 is the latest version of Garminâ€™s popular Vector power meter pedals. With sensors housed inside the pedal body, the Garmin Vector 3â€™s offer highly reliable data, which is accurate to +/-1%. In this single-sided iteration, the Vector 3 offers an affordable entry into training with power. By taking the amount of force put through the left pedal and multiplying it by two, it then gives you an approximate total power output. If you want to upgrade to a dual system later, simply buy a right-pedal Vector 3 separately.
One major benefit of using a pedal power meter is the ease of set up. Without needing to swap out cranks, exchange wheels or chainrings, anyone can swap these pedals between bikes in minutes. With a lower stack height than the previous model, these new Vector 3 pedals offer much more clearance, so you can pedal through tight corners with confidence. While the stainless-steel spindle ensures the Vector 3â€™s last, the composite pedal body means that the Vector 3â€™s weigh just 324 grams per set.
Powered by an easily replaceable coin-cell battery, the Vector 3â€™s offer 120 hours of riding. While the Vector pedals are best combined with Garmin Edge computers and Forerunner watches, as a fully ANT+ and Bluetooth capable power meter, you donâ€™t have to worry about integration between the Vector 3 power meter with your existing ANT+ and Bluetooth compatible devices.
Battery type: LR44/SR44 (x4)
Battery life: up to 120 hours
Weight: 324 g
Max. rider weight: 105 kg
Accuracy: +/- 1.0%
Cleat type: Keo
Q-factor: 53 or 55
Stack height: 11.5 mm
Cornering clearance: 31.7″
Static friction: 1.9
Adjustable release tension
Measurement location: spindle
Communicaiton: ANT+Â® and BluetoothÂ®
Installs like a regular pedal
Included: Vector 3S left-side power meter pedal, Vector3 right-hand dummy pedal, Look Keo style cleat hardware, Documentation
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