For 105 (FC-5700) riders we offer a Stages Power meter as a replacement non-drive crank arm for existing 105 model cranks.
Riders looking to add power to their existing crank need only select length, as the Stages Power meter for 105 fits all styles of 105 crankset, including: compact and standard. We offer both standard and black finishes.
Stages-Cycling; Shimano 105 5700 Power Meter LH Crank
Accuracy: ± 2%
Weight: Only adds 20gr to base crank arm
Battery life: 200+ hours (coin cell: CR2032)
Tool free battery replacement
Active temperature compensation
Accelerometer based cadence measurement
Wireless firmware upgrades
Power range (Watts): 0 to 1999
Cadence range (rpm): 30-220
Frame compatibility: Most frames, see fit guide in our Support section
Crank Compatibility: All Shimano Hollowtech II road cranks
Device compatibility: ANT+, Bluetooth Smart Ready
Software compatibility: Training Peaks, Strava, Garmin Training Center and others
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Works well, easy to setup and swap between bikes. Gives me the motivation to complete my sweetspot and threshold turbo sessions with my Garmin 810.
Excellent value for money entry into power. Having used crank based powermeters in the past I found this gave very comparable results.
As usuall great service from merlin cycles. It's the first time that I have used a power meter, so far the stages has performed flawlessly , I calibrate it before every ride which is very easy to do using my garmin 501. Only problem is , is that it has proved how much more work I need to do on my fitness.
Excellent, easy to install and only 16g heavier than the ULTEGRA 6700 crank arm that it replaces - so, if you're wondering whether to spend the extra on the Ultegra version, you may want to consider this. I'm also very happy with the results - they track almost identically with those from my calibrated Tacx Fortius and I see no drift in my L/R balance over 160k rides.