Backers should not expect to receive units until late February and March The Limits system measures power output from the pedal spindle Hailed as “ the world’s smartest power meter “, the crowdfunded Limits Power Meter has fallen even further behind schedule, with backers now not expected to receive the product until late February or March.
Limits, a power meter which is designed to fit between pedal and crank, raised nearly $475,000 (£333,000) in crowdfunding in 2015 , with backers initially being promised that they would receive their power meters in December. However since then, the project has been subject to serious delays, with the estimated delivery date being at least a month away.
Speaking to Cycling Weekly , Limits marketing manager Ioanna Kontoliou said that although delivering the finished product has taken longer than initially hope, this was typical of the challenges faced by other companies delivering innovative products.
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“We have fallen behind schedule and this is regrettable but when you bring an innovative product to the market there will be hurdles you did not anticipate through development, qualification, production, logistics, this is normal and no different for anyone else doing similarly.
“That said it’s important […]