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Dual-sensing Power Meter
Upgrade your Vector 3S to a dual-sensing power meter, and step beyond watts to see exactly how your pedaling style generates the force that moves you.
When paired with Vector 3S, the upgrade pedal completes the Vector power meter system, providing left/right balance data and cycling dynamics. With the new podless design, it installs like any other bike pedal.
Revolutionary cycling dynamics show you exactly where you're generating power throughout the pedal stroke. See where you apply force on the pedal to ensure proper cleat position. The upgrade pedal also tracks when and how long you were seated versus standing so you can gauge position effectiveness.
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Garmin Vector 3s Upgrade (right pedal)
This is the right pedal upgrade for the Garmin Vector 3s pedal for those of you, like me, who first purchased only the Vector 3s (the left pedal). I was excited to see that BTD finally had these available and purchase one. Knowing bilateral power measurement is an improvement over just the left leg - that much is obvious. What's not so obvious is how to get this thing paired. I had to do some research on that because Garmin doesn't provide much information at all in the box and what is provided won't help you pair this pedal to your existing left pedal. My advice is to remove your left pedal and go sit down somewhere comfortable. You're going to have to use the Garmin app on a phone or tablet, so get that. Then put your pedals down beside each other and open the Garmin app. Wake up the pedals by rotating them in a circular motion. You may even have to spend several minutes installing upgrades to the pedals before you can pair them. Have patience. You'll figure it out. YouTube is helpful. Ride on!
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