Stages Cycling Power Meter G2 Ultegra 6800 165mm & 170mm £375 (with £10 code: TREAT10) @ TREDZ
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Stages Cycling Power Meter G2 Ultegra 6800 165mm & 170mm £375 (with £10 code: TREAT10) @ TREDZ

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Found 27th Dec 2017Edited by:"Denzil9"
Currently £549 on Wiggle

Don't forget cashback@ Quido is 6%

Therefore £352.50 after cashback!

Product Description
The Ultegra 6800 Stages Power meter fits all styles of 6800 crankset, including: compact and standard. Riders looking to add power to their existing crank need only to match the crank length of their existing Ultegra 6800 crank.

Those riders looking for a complete crank set solution we offer the same non-drive Stages Power meter mated to either a FC6800 standard (39/53-tooth), mid-compact (36/52t), and compact (34/50-tooth) drive-side crank. Bottom bracket not included.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Accuracy: ± 2%
  • Weight: Only adds 20gr to base crank arm
  • Battery Life: 200+ hours (coin cell: CR2032)
  • Power range (Watts): 0 to 2500
  • Cadence range (rpm): 20-220
  • Water resistance rating: IPX7
  • Frame Compatibility: Most frames, see fit guide in our Support section
  • Crank Compatibility: All Shimano Hollowtech II road cranks
  • Device Compatibility: ANT+, Bluetooth Smart Ready
  • Software Compatibiity: Training Peaks, Strava, Garmin Training Center and others

Additional Features

  • Tool free battery replacement
  • Active temperature compensation
  • Accelerometer based cadence measurement
  • Wireless firmware upgrades
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Really tempted to get this so that I can be told that Im fat and slow by yet another measuring device.
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Tool free battery replacement....I don't think so.....there's always the tool that buys this in the first place.
marty-40125 m ago

Tool free battery replacement....I don't think so.....there's always the …Tool free battery replacement....I don't think so.....there's always the tool that buys this in the first place.


Funny!
Is there a issue with this device? This seems to be the cheepest bicycle power meter on the market for serious cyclists.
marty-40133 m ago

Tool free battery replacement....I don't think so.....there's always the …Tool free battery replacement....I don't think so.....there's always the tool that buys this in the first place.



Why would you be a tool for buying a power meter. Utterly bizarre thinking.
Some touchy folk on here today....Only pulling your chain lol. You would be a tool if you paid this much for it, the op has compared the price here to the highest available to make the deal appear better (the average price is £385). If you want a good price try here westbrookcycles.co.uk/sta…cts it's £346.50 without doing and anything plus you may get another 7% off for using quidco or even another 10% off if you make your order up to £800 and use the first time order code.

Now say thank you.
Edited by: "marty-401" 27th Dec 2017
marty-40158 m ago

Some touchy folk on here today....Only pulling your chain lol. You would …Some touchy folk on here today....Only pulling your chain lol. You would be a tool if you paid this much for it, the op has compared the price here to the highest available to make the deal appear better (the average price is £385). If you want a good price try here https://www.westbrookcycles.co.uk/stages-shimano-ultegra-6800-power-meter-g2-p298454/s493052?utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=VS - (SC) All Products&utm_term=4575548919879624&utm_content=All Products it's £346.50 without doing and anything plus you may get another 7% off for using quidco or even another 10% off if you make your order up to £800 and use the first time order code.Now say thank you.


Only 160 & 170mm, shame there aren’t more 172.5 and 175mm
Really tempted to get this so that I can be told that Im fat and slow by yet another measuring device.
josieneve1 h, 40 m ago

Only 160 & 170mm, shame there aren’t more 172.5 and 175mm


165mm and 170mm are the same options as Tredz.
I bought one of these in May. 172.5 version. I'm on my 3rd unit as they other two became faulty after a couple of months of use each. Post sales Service from Stages is ok as they admitted fault twice if a bit slowly. I have bought some Powertap P1s instead for around the same price with discount codes, Quidco and BC membership. Seem to be far more reliable.
jazid41 m ago

Really tempted to get this so that I can be told that Im fat and slow by …Really tempted to get this so that I can be told that Im fat and slow by yet another measuring device.


Ironically, a power meter will tell you that you're having to work much harder than slimmer people. If you are larger than others it will probably mean you're able to produce higher watts than the svelte riders!
marty-40127th Dec 2017

Some touchy folk on here today....Only pulling your chain lol. You would …Some touchy folk on here today....Only pulling your chain lol. You would be a tool if you paid this much for it, the op has compared the price here to the highest available to make the deal appear better (the average price is £385). If you want a good price try here https://www.westbrookcycles.co.uk/stages-shimano-ultegra-6800-power-meter-g2-p298454/s493052?utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=VS - (SC) All Products&utm_term=4575548919879624&utm_content=All Products it's £346.50 without doing and anything plus you may get another 7% off for using quidco or even another 10% off if you make your order up to £800 and use the first time order code.Now say thank you.



Still don't get it. Why would any of this make you a 'tool'?
marty-40127th Dec 2017

165mm and 170mm are the same options as Tredz.


Yes, I know. I am saying that it’s a shame that there aren’t more longer crank versions reduced/available, as mine are 172.5 or 175mm.
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josieneve1 h, 14 m ago

Yes, I know. I am saying that it’s a shame that there aren’t more longer cr …Yes, I know. I am saying that it’s a shame that there aren’t more longer crank versions reduced/available, as mine are 172.5 or 175mm.


There's some 175mm here for £385.

merlincycles.com/sta…tml
I had two 1st Generation arms. Both failed but Stages replaced with Generation 2's for free. One was nearly 2.5 years old when replaced. New ones are great.

Yes, a completely luxury item but great used as a training aid.
Soo tempted.
I would probably buy it if I had a matching crankset already;)
No idea what this is by looking at the link other than something to do with cycling, however I note it has expired.
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