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Affordable Power Meters For Triathletes

The ability to measure power is slowly becoming more affordable for the average triathlete.

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The ability to measure power is slowly becoming more affordable for the average triathlete. Triathlete gear contributor Dillon Hollinger attended the 2015 Interbike Trade Show and found these budget-friendly power meters.

Watteam Powerbeat

$499
Watteam.com

Rotor INpower

Left-Arm $779-$869, Crankset $959-$1139 (model dependent)
Inpower.rotorbike.com

Pioneer single leg

Shimano Ultegra $799, Shimano Dura-Ace $899
Pioneerelectronics.com

RPM2 Footbeds

$559
Rpm2.com

Stages

Carbon: $629 (FSA BB386EVO) or $699 (SRAM BB30), Alloy: Shimano Dura-Ace $650, Shimano Ultegra $579, Shimano 105 $529, Cannondale SI $579, FSA $529
Stagescycling.com

Powertap

Pedals $1199.99
Powertap.com/page/pedals

Chainring $699.99
Powertap.com/page/chainrings