We offer the Stages Power meter paired to Shimano’s Dura-Ace 9000 crank.
This option for Stages Power makes for the industry’s only crank-mounted power meter that’s compatible with the new FC-9000 crankset.
Available as a Stages Power equipped left arm only
Stages-Cycling; Dura Ace 9000 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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Installed on a Scott Plasma 3 TT time trial bike and setup as 1x11 with a Fibre Lyte custom chain ring. The rear brake needed changing to a TRP T925.1 so the Stages crank didn't clash. Mega piece of kit and works great with my Garmin Edge 500 computer
The appeal of the Stages power meter for me is how subtle it looks and how easy it is to install and operate. The installation is a simple as swapping the left arm crack - a 2 minute job! Once fitted the crank look like a standard Dura-Ace crank, with a few mm of added width inside the arm.
I use a Garmin 1000 with mine so installation is just a case of a couple of revs of the crank for the unit to find the power meter, and then pressing the calibrate button. That's it, job done! I calibrate mine before every ride as it is it takes only a few seconds.
In use the added data is a fantastic aid for training. I am only just scratching the surface of what it can do but it has already been an eye opener for setting training targets - so much more accurate than using heart rate.
The only downside I can see is that the Stages system can only take readings from the left crank and average them for total data (so no left/right pedal comparison. )
I have been using this power meter for a couple of weeks and seems, so far, flawless. Probably the easiest of them all to install as one only has to remove the existing left-hand crank arm and replace with this one. There is extremely little setting up required. I use it with a Garmin edge 500 computer and it connects first time, every time. You are offered the option each time to calibrate, or not, if desired. On one of the rides, it was very wet and the crank arm was watered the whole ride and the waterproof qualities proved true as there was never a missed read and has worked fine since. The dual connection compatibility with ANT+ or Bluetooth is another plus, as means more devices can be used for either recording and computer functions or downloading the data to a computer, tablet etc. Price-wise this unit is, I believe, as good as they come. Although no power meter is exactly considered cheap, this is at the lower end of the range. I would highly recommend this to anyone looking to invest in a top of the range power measuring device.