PowerPod BLE/ANT power meter wirelessly transmits its power measurements simultaneously in the two most popular formats: ANT and can be upgraded to function with BLE. This means that PowerPod BLE/ANT will work with popular bike computers (such as Garmin) and can be equipped to also work with BLE smartphone apps such as Powerhouse®, Wahoo Fitness, and Strava. And if you happen to have both an ANT bike computer and BLE smartphone on your bike (hey, maybe you're a geek!) then BOTH DEVICES will receive PowerPod power readings.
PowerPod is the first power meter that attaches to your handlebars–no need to change your crank, wheel, pedals, or bottom bracket.
PowerPod delivers both-leg accuracy on par with both-leg power meters costing 5 times as much, and accuracy superior to one-leg power meters.
PowerPod is the only power meter that moves effortlessly from bike to bike.
PowerPod works with any ANT+ bike computer.
And PowerPod is the only power meter that doesn’t cost a fortune.
. Lightweight . Affordable . ANT+ Compatible . Transferable from bike to bike . Accurate . Easy to set up
Overall this in a nice bit of kit and so far I am very happy with it. On the downside, it would have been useful to know this version doesn't work with the Garmin GSC10 Sensor before I bought it. The instructions take a good bit of reading and rereading to understand and there are some bits I am still confused about! (Still haven't found the bit that says how to switch it off!). Fitting and positioning is fairly straight forward but does take time to get it away from cables and so on. I did but the Garmin combined mount (for GPS & Go Pro) but this put it in line with the cables. All that said, I like the swapability and don't mind too much loosing first 10 mins of a ride whilst it sorts itself out. Great for the price.
2017-04-24 12:51:18 UTC
Jakub Chrobasik said: Realy nice power meter
I'm really satisfied with the PowerPod power meter. I've done few rides and I can say it's quite effecitve tool for training and planning long journeys. In terms of accuracy as this is my only sensor of that type I cannot say much but for the purpose I use it (more or less 100 miles per week with one at least 50 miles ride over weekend), it's definitely good enough.