At long last, Stages Cycling is finally offering a version of its popular crank-based power meter that’s compatible with Campagnolo cranksets.
In the past, Stages Cycling experienced difficulty adapting its power meter with Campagnolo cranksets by virtue of the fact that they flex differently than other brands.
However, according to Stages Cycling, the new design repositions the strain gauges in order to correct inaccuracies caused by deflection.
Similar to all of Stages Cycling’s power meters, the new Campagnolo units feature the same active temperature compensation, tool-free battery replacement and accelerometer based cadence, with Bluetooth Smart and ANT+ providing the means to communicate with most cycling computers on the market.
The new design is compatible with Campagnolo’s Super Record, Record and Chorus cranksets, and are available in lengths of 170mm, 172.5mm and 175mm with prices ranging from $699.99 to $949.99.
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The Stages Power meter is built onto a Campagnolo Super Record non-drive crank arm. This meter comes ready to bolt on, including Campagnolo’s Ultra-Torque CULT ceramic non-drive bottom bracket bearing.
The new Stages Power meter is slimmer, and up to 28-percent lower profile than our original meter. It’s sleeker by way of a 17-percent reduction in frontal area, and we’ve also made it stronger. The new housing design increases the strength of the battery door and housing connection by 200-percent over the previous design.
Stages Power meters for Campagnolo carbon cranks have been two years in the making and feature a custom developed strain gage that precisely measures your power through the structure of a Campagnolo-designed hollow carbon crank arm.
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