Garmin's Vector 2 Replacement Pedal Pod replaces your old worn-out one for accurate power measurement and countless miles of more riding. • Standard: fits crank arms 15-18mm thick and up to 44mm wide • Large: fits crank arms 12-15mm thick and up to 44mm wide • ANT+ transmitter • User-replaceable battery (2032 coin cell) • 175 hours of active cycling operation • Compatible with Vector 2 and Vector S2 • Replacing a pedal pod does not impact Vector power or cadence accuracy • Single pod only
Single-sensing Pedal-based Power Meter Ride stronger, smarter, connected with the Vector 3S pedal-based power meter. As you strive to beat your personal best on your next race or Gran Fondo, power is the most reliable way to gauge your performance on any given day, at any given time. Unlike other power meters, Vector 3S has a sensor housed in the left pedal, so it delivers reliable, accurate data on every training session. - Installs like any other pedal and quickly transfers between bikes - Reports cadence and total power (watts) - Easily upgrades to dual-sensing system - Fully integrates with Garmin cycling ecosystem for data analysis - Allows for easy updates via compatible Edge cycling computers, ANT+ connectivity or Bluetooth-enabled fitness devices and Garmin Connect Mobile app - Battery life: up to 120 hours - Cleat hardware included WARNING: The maximum weight limit of the cyclist using the Vector system is 231 lbs (105 kg). Cyclists over this weight limit risk personal injury and property damage. Specifications: - Battery type: LR44/SR44 (x2) - Battery life: up to 120 hours - Weight: 324 g - Max. rider weight: 105 kg - Accuracy: +/- 1.0% - Cleat type: Keo - Q-factor: 53 mm/ 55mm with supplied spacing washer - Stack height: 12.2 mm - Field calibration - Adjustable release tension - Garmin Connect - Measurement location: Spindle - Communication: ANT+ and Bluetooth
Upgrade your Vector S pedal-based power meter to the dual-sensing Vector 2S system. Garmin's Vector S to Vector 2S Upgrade Kit can accommodate both standard (12-15 mm) and large (15-18 mm) crank arms. Upgrading allows you to take that next step in performance by measuring the power from both legs, which can reveal strength deficiencies between your left and right side.
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