The 2016 Santos Tour Down Under reveals another surprise – 4iiii power meters on the bikes of Etixx Quick-Step The power meter market isn’t slowing down. A new player, Canadian brand 4iiii, is perhaps best known for its US$399 left-side power meter. Now sitting on the Specialized bikes of Etixx Quick-Step, the latest from 4iiii is looking rather polished.
As used by the team, the 4iiii Precision Pro power meter is a new left-and-right measuring device that offers ANT+ and Bluetooth connectivity. Although there’s no word on availability, this model could be the lightest option yet, claiming just a 25g addition to the crankset.
While 4iiii may be relatively new, company president and CEO Kip Fyfe, is no stranger to bike tech. Fyfe co-founded Dynastream Innovations , which produced the ANT+ protocol, and was sold to Garmin in 2006. And yet another view of the left arm power meter: and yet another view of the left arm power meter The left-side power meter is already available
The brand is already selling left-only versions of the Precision power meter. Weighing just 9 grams, the left crank-arm based device is an extremely similar concept to that introduced by Stages Cycling .
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