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BKOOL Smart Pro 3 Turbo Trainer is no longer available at Merlin Cycles. However you may find an alternative or updated product below.

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Code: BKPRO3
BKOOL Smart Pro 3 Turbo Trainer

 

The Smart Pro 3 is Bkool’s best trainer in its category on the market, with a reliable wattage measurement and the ability to simulate slopes, this smart trainer will take you to the next level. Experience a new level of performance. The perfect evolution of Bkool's most popular smart trainer is now even quieter, with increased precision, power and unrivalled realistic performance. With smart resistance control the trainer automatically adjusts resistance according to the route for a more realistic extreme terrain experience.

 

Specification:
 
  • Up to 1,200W resistance (15% max gradient)
  • Powerful revised calibration system
  • More realistic riding sensation, exceeding most high-end trainers
  • Wireless ANT+ & Bluetooth Smart (ANT+ antenna included)
  • Adjustable to any wheel size (20"-29")
  • Plug & Play. No set-up needed
  • Compact & light
  • Easy foldable storage
  • Reduced size and weight (12Kg)
  • Quieter thanks to a balanced inertia disc
  • Magnetic resistance control
  • Weight:11,6 Kg
  • Noise: Low (75dB)
 
Includes:
 
  • 3 months of Premium subscription to Bkool Simulator
  • Quick release
  • USB ANT+
  • Front wheel riser block
  • Power adapter
 
Fenland Hill Cyclist I found that sometimes it would not be visible using Ant+ or bluetooth. After much frustration (and no reply from Bkool at all) I worked out that if I leave it in the shed (where I do my training) and turn it on when it's cold, it won't fire up properly. It only works if its been inside and warmed up. Don't yet know what the temperature threshold is, but this means I have to keep it indoors, then assemble it out in the shed every time I want to use it (the Bkool Pro didn't do this). Once it starts properly it works fine. Quite a shock after using the Bkool Smart Pro, which I gather wasn't very accurate at measuring power, as I lost about 45 FTP points with the BKool Smart Pro 3. But I guess this one is more accurate so that's got to be good, right?