FSA Powerbox Alloy Road ABS Power Meter Chainset
Providing highly accurate, quality, and reliable power metering, the FSA Powerbox Alloy Road ABS Power Meter Chainset offers the rider looking to improve and perform on their weekend rides and races an eminently affordable and trustworthy dual-pedal power meter. Allowing the rider to understand more clearly the metrics of their performance, they can target faster performances out on the road.
Boasting a child forged AL6061/T6 aluminium crank arms this power metering chainset offers a 386Evo 30mm AL7050 alloy axle that closely fits on all frames by means of separately available bottom brackets. Equipping your Shimano or SRAM 10-11 speed chainset with an accurate means of measuring cadence without a magnet, this chainset features an internal accelerometer.
Accuracy sitting at ±2% and offering a battery life of 300 to 400 hours whilst remaining easily replaceable, this chainset weighs a relatively spritely 751 grams. Compatible with ANT+ systems and Bluetooth ready, this power meter does a fantastic job of transmitting your data across to your on board cycle computers, providing you with the metrics you need to give it your all.
The product of a precision engineered German manufacturer process, affording you the safety of mind that this really is a quality option for the rider looking to take a step into the world of accurate power metering.
- Cold forged AL6061/T6 aluminium crank arms
- 386Evo 30mm AL7050 alloy axle fits every frame (purchase BB separately)
- AL7075 100% CNC chainrings
- Chromoly chainring bolts
- Fits Shimano and Sram 10-11 speed systems
- Weight: 751g
- Auto Zero
- No cadence magnet needed
- Your power2max calculates cadence precisely using its internal accelerometer
- Battery life: 300 to 400 hours of use (6,000 to 12,000km)
- ±2% Precision
- Refined design and high-quality manufacturing processes
- Designed, engineered and made in Germany
- ANT+ connectivity and Bluetooth ready
- Power2max FSA power meters can be upgraded to have the software feature of left-right balance
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