PwerTap P1 ロングタームレビュー ～Powertap P1 Pedal Powermeter | Review～【equipment】
Here is our long-term review of the PowerTap P1 Pedals. It may be one of the most versatile and easy-to-install power meters on the market, but how does it perform? | Subscribe to Cycling Weekly here: https://www.youtube.com/user/CyclingW...
Power meters are becoming increasingly popular and consumer demand is driving down the price. I first had a look at the new PowerTap P1 pedals in February 2015 and subsequently got hold of a pair for long-term testing. I have put the PowerTap P1 pedals through almost everything – road racing, audaxes, criteriums, time trials and the cold, sleet, snow, rain, salt, component-destroying cocktail of British winter roads.
As of 2017 I have also reviewed the single-sided version, the much more affordable PowerTap P1S. You can read about that further down the page.
As an experienced user and fan of Garmin Vector pedals, I was keen to see how the two systems compare. Garmin recently released an updated version of Vector, the Vector 2, but I was disappointed to see that pedals still feature a separate pod. I much prefer the self-contained design of the PowerTap pedals.
The retail price for the PowerTap P1 is currently £999, making it considerably cheaper than the £1,199 Garmin Vectors. The single-sided Vector S is available for around £800 but PowerTap argues that for £200 more you can get double-sided measurement with its system. The P1S single-sided version has a retail price of £550
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