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Old 01-11-20, 12:17 PM
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Favero Assioma Pedals --> L/R Power Meter

Hi, just bought a pair of fancy Favero pedals... to help me recover from surgery that's weakened one leg (to get back to 50/50). Been trying to connect to them using Wahoo's Android app, which is kinda sucky. Have any recommendations for either a) better phone cycling app, or b) a good small power meter that can show L/R power?
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Old 01-11-20, 09:21 PM
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I have the Uno version, and it works fine with the Wahoo app on iPhone.

I thought about buying Duo... but from what I could tell, comparing left and right power simultaneously would require a bike computer rather than a phone app. And I wasn't interested in that.

If that's wrong, or if it changes, I might become interested in upgrading to Duo.

This article shows what Favero Assioma Duo data some of the newer Garmin computers can apparently provide: https://www.dcrainmaker.com/2019/07/...-released.html
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Old 01-11-20, 11:55 PM
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You'll probably have a better chance of finding the answer either in the electronics forum, or in road. More likely road because so many more people read that one, a lot of whom use power meters.

Used Garmins are pretty cheap.
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You can try IpBike but you'll need Ant+. Wahoo's version only works with Pioneer PM (pretty sure it's Ant+ also). Just get a Garmin head unit.
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