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  • Dual sensors measure power, cadence, left / right balance and advanced cycling dynamics so you can tailor your workouts and train more efficiently
  • Shows you where power is applied throughout the entire pedal stroke, where force is being applied on the pedals, and how long you are in the seated and standing positions
  • Upload your data to Garmin Connect for detailed analysis, route-planning and much more
  • Wirelessly transmits the data for display on compatible Edge cycling computers, Forerunner multisport watches or other ANT+ enabled accessories (not included)
  • Easy installation: Install the pedals as you normally would, then add the pod—no washers necessary
  • Vector 2 is compatible with crank arms up to 44 mm wide and is available in Standard (12 - 15 mm thick) or Large (15 - 18 mm thick)
  • Easy to transfer from bike to bike
  • Road-style clipless pedals are compatible with Look cleats
  • Composite pedal material is lightweight and durable

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Specs

Best Use Road Cycling
Pedal Design Clipless
Cleat Design 3-hole
Look Road Compatible Yes
Material(s) Thermoplastic body/stainless spindle/stainless wear plate
Weight 358 grams
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun New Tech Toy Although I am not a powerful racing machine I do enjoy riding at least 200 miles a week. I have lusted over these pedals since the first version was released but I have finally been able to buy these. I find these pedals to be very sturdy and a lot easier to get in and out of than my old RXS pedals. The detailed information they provide has motivated me to try a little harder on all of my rides and guides me during the recovery rides. As I mentioned, I am not a racer but I am passionate about cycling and am a tech geek and these pedals do give me the occasional geek-gasm. :-P Maybe I'll come to motivate myself to be a little more serious about the numbers I produce but for now they are fun. I have put over 1600 miles on them so far and the only complaint I can think of is that on those rare occasions when I do not lock in the cleat when starting from a stop and I am panicking a little to get out of the way of traffic (or not look like a dork in front of other cyclists) my foot can slip off as if the pedal was greasy. Most of the time I am more patient and have no trouble engaging the cleats.
Date published: 2016-10-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Short term feedback I've only had them installed for a few days, but the instructions are clear and they were easy to install. Use during a ride requires a preride calibration consisting of back pedaling before turning on the head unit and selecting a few options. It takes only seconds. There is little information about recommended screen settings. You need speed, time, average power, and max power. Kilajules makes calculating recovery calories easy. Only time will tell if they make a significant difference in my cycling ability.
Date published: 2017-06-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from knowledge is power I tried it twice and seem to be happy with it. I found out how dominant my right leg is from my left . It's hard to get a 50/50 pedaling balance. I now know how much power I produce in regards to the effort I exert and not just base on the heart rate monitor which can be affected by a lot of factors.
Date published: 2017-04-20
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Do you know which size is compatible with the Dura Ace 9150 Di2 cranks? I have ordered a bike with this crank, but I want the pedals here when the bike arrives, so I can't measure them.

Asked by: Ckartsc
​Both sizes will fit the Shimano Dura Ace 9150 Di2 crank arms.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-20

This is a joke, right?  You aren't actually selling pedals that cost $1500?  Because that would be utterly ridiculous.

Asked by: RudyB
You understand they are not "just" pedals? They are a power meter and $1000+ is pretty standard pricing for power meters.
Answered by: TriDoc
Date published: 2017-07-14
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun New Tech Toy Although I am not a powerful racing machine I do enjoy riding at least 200 miles a week. I have lusted over these pedals since the first version was released but I have finally been able to buy these. I find these pedals to be very sturdy and a lot easier to get in and out of than my old RXS pedals. The detailed information they provide has motivated me to try a little harder on all of my rides and guides me during the recovery rides. As I mentioned, I am not a racer but I am passionate about cycling and am a tech geek and these pedals do give me the occasional geek-gasm. :-P Maybe I'll come to motivate myself to be a little more serious about the numbers I produce but for now they are fun. I have put over 1600 miles on them so far and the only complaint I can think of is that on those rare occasions when I do not lock in the cleat when starting from a stop and I am panicking a little to get out of the way of traffic (or not look like a dork in front of other cyclists) my foot can slip off as if the pedal was greasy. Most of the time I am more patient and have no trouble engaging the cleats.
Date published: 2016-10-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Short term feedback I've only had them installed for a few days, but the instructions are clear and they were easy to install. Use during a ride requires a preride calibration consisting of back pedaling before turning on the head unit and selecting a few options. It takes only seconds. There is little information about recommended screen settings. You need speed, time, average power, and max power. Kilajules makes calculating recovery calories easy. Only time will tell if they make a significant difference in my cycling ability.
Date published: 2017-06-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from knowledge is power I tried it twice and seem to be happy with it. I found out how dominant my right leg is from my left . It's hard to get a 50/50 pedaling balance. I now know how much power I produce in regards to the effort I exert and not just base on the heart rate monitor which can be affected by a lot of factors.
Date published: 2017-04-20
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Questions & Answers

Do you know which size is compatible with the Dura Ace 9150 Di2 cranks? I have ordered a bike with this crank, but I want the pedals here when the bike arrives, so I can't measure them.

Asked by: Ckartsc
​Both sizes will fit the Shimano Dura Ace 9150 Di2 crank arms.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-20

This is a joke, right?  You aren't actually selling pedals that cost $1500?  Because that would be utterly ridiculous.

Asked by: RudyB
You understand they are not "just" pedals? They are a power meter and $1000+ is pretty standard pricing for power meters.
Answered by: TriDoc
Date published: 2017-07-14
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