Thanks to the U.S. Dollar’s strength, Power2Max is dropping the price of their crankset power meters significantly. The move, whether because of currency fluctuations or competitive pressures, follows the trend with recent price drops from Quarq and Pioneer, too.
The headline grabbing $599 power meter is their Classic model mounted to an alloy FSA Gossamer crankset, down from $799 originally. The higher end Type S power meter now starts at $899 without cranks. The entire range has dropped anywhere from about $170 to $300 depending on model and crankset. Models for road, track and mountain bike are all available.
“We are happy to pass the benefit of a strong Dollar on to our customers. At $599 the power2max Classic with FSA Gossamer cranks offers unseen value for money to our customers and will enable even more cyclists to ride with power meter. It’s truly professional quality at amateur prices,” said Nicolas Theopold, CEO of power2max North America.
Full price chart after the break…
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