Shimano Ultegra R8000 Cycling Potentiometer
Stages Power L Shimano Ultegra R8000 Power Meter
- New Gen3 potentiometer integrated into a Shimano Ultegra R8000 left crank
- Simply replace the original left crank with the Stages one.
- Reliable measurement of power and cadence, with a negligible increase in weight (15gr.)
- Keeping the performance and aesthetics unaltered.
Custom shoes do not accept returns. Both colors and design may vary since there are elements that influence the final result.
If you need help with personalization write to email@example.comOrder and shipping deadlines
Stages Cycling Potentiometer - Shimano Ultegra R8000
The Stages Power L cycling potentiometer allows us to measure the pedaling power, a parameter with which we can perform the analysis to implement training improvements, it is integrated into the left crank of the Shimano Ultegra R8000 groupset. It is very easy to assemble, since you only have to replace the left crank of the bicycle with the Stages one. It is compatible with most devices, smartphones and can be synchronized with programs such as Strava, Peaks or Garmin Training Center among others.
It provides you with a multitude of data on the performance of the cyclist, measuring the power and cadence of the runner, with an accuracy of +/- 1.5% in all conditions, only adds 15g, the battery life is more than 200 hours, the power range between 0 - 2500 watts and the cadence range between 20 - 220 rpm.
It incorporates ATC Active Temperature Compensation technology, taking into account the ambient temperature, it automatically adjusts the power values to improve precision and reliability.
"Excellent potentiometer for those who want to give the maximum of themselves, without missing a single piece of information about what is happening at any time, which makes it extremely accurate."
Benefits of using potentiometers in cycling.
All professionals agree that the great advantage of potentiometers is in training. the so-called training by watts helps to considerably improve our performance.
By isolating external factors that affect speed, you can accurately measure your performance and fitness.
- Improve performance
- Improved workouts
- Improvement in competition
- Exact data