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Old 01-20-12, 11:33 AM   #1
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Anyone with experience with the Pedal Power + Super i-Cable and Son20R (delux) hub?

I have read reviews of the Super i-Cable and the Son28 hub, but I am wondering if anyone has used the cable to charge their electronic devices with the Sondelux hub.

I ask because there is apparently some differences between the two hubs and how well they work with the Super i-Cable. Specifically, the Sondelux does not provide enough output to be used as efficiently as the Son28.

Because I already own the Sondelux I cannot buy another wheel with a Son28 just so I can charge my devices. It would be nice to know that the Sondelux is still more than sufficient in charging my electronics even if it isn't as good as using it with the Son28.

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Old 01-21-12, 07:35 PM   #2
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Sorry cannot help you as a I have a SON28 but there has been some pretty good discussion over at YACF on dynamos of late. Might be worth asking in that thread.

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