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Power2Max drops crankset power meter pricing, now starting at just $599

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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…


Model
Price before adjustment Price after adjustment
CLASSIC FSA Gossamer with cranks US$ 749

US$ 599

TYPE S without cranks for:
Cannondale Hollowgram
Rotor 3D24
Rotor 3D30, 3D+ and Flow
Specialized S-Works and FACT
SRAM S950, Force22, and Rival22
US$ 1,079

US$ 899

Type S FSA Gossamer Megaexo with cranks US$ 1,049

US$ 899

Type S FSA Gossamer BB386EVO with cranks US$ 1,049

US$ 919

Type S FSA K-Force Light Megaexo with cranks US$ 1,449

US$ 1,219

Type S FSA K-Force Light BB386EVO with cranks US$ 1,449

US$ 1,219

Type S Rotor 3D24 with cranks US$ 1,299

US$ 1,079

Type S Rotor 3D30 with cranks US$ 1,399

US$ 1,119

Type S Rotor 3D+ with cranks US$ 1,449

US$ 1,219

Type S Campagnolo 5-bolt with cranks US$ 1,990

US$ 1,699

Type S Campagnolo 4-bolt with cranks US$ 2,199

US$ 1,899

Type S MTB Rotor Rex 1 1x with cranks US $1,449

US$ 1,219

Type S MTB Rotor Rex 1 2x with cranks US$ 1,499

US$ 1,269

Type S MTB Rotor Rex 3 1x with cranks US$ 1,299

US$ 1,079

Type S MTB Rotor Rex 3 2x with cranks US$ 1,349

US$ 1,219

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brattercakes
brattercakes
7 years ago

Good move.

Ck
Ck
7 years ago

If you can stand the graphics on FSA cranks, the classic model looks to be a great option.

BWB
BWB
7 years ago

Is there some sort of coupon code? I went to their website and built one the way I wanted it and It was $850 not $599.

GregTR
GregTR
7 years ago

The only one that is $599 is the FSA Gossamer Classic without bottom bracket, chainrings or shipping. With those added on the price is $754 which is still a bargain.

Mick
Mick
7 years ago

@BWB…$599 only applies to the base FSA Gossomer version.

I don’t really believe their spin (stronger $)…I suspect it has much more to do with increased competition in this segment.
With a batch of new product due to be introduced in the next season, With a critical mass of new products due to arrive in the next year, we’re seeing a realignment of pricing…
I suspect we’ll see more drastic price drops throughout this segment in the next 6-9 months (SRM not withstanding…good luck with that boys).
With companies such as 4iii’s introduce their $399 power meter in the near future, we’ll see another round of price reductions …either way a good thing…
albeit, I think this product segment is still overpriced.

Durianrider
Durianrider
7 years ago

Im hearing Stages own 76% of the power meter market and growing. Its game over for these overpriced heavy clunky power meters unfortunately.

They had their fun charging crazy prices and now karma is knocking.

Donovan
Donovan
7 years ago

Nothing’s wrong with Gossamer basic crank , the graphic is just for the look and you can’t see when you’re riding . I continue to use Gossamer crank comes with the bike instead of downgrading to Dura-Ace with adapter. ( Correct me if I’m wrong ? provide info with technical + real ride experience ..only then I will change to Dura-Ace with adapter).

Thanks.

Psi Squared
Psi Squared
7 years ago

I’d like to see data that shows that Stages “owns” 76% of the PM market.

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