SRM, Newton Power Meter Review in German magazine RennRad

SRM, Newton Power Meter Review in German magazine RennRad

Postby Velocomp » Tue Jan 14, 2014 8:11 pm

This is a very detailed review of power meters: SRM, Newton, Polar-Look, Garmin, Quarq, and Cinqo. The author did a very careful job in testing, and this is a very important magazine.

The review came out in mid January 2014.

I think you're gonna be amazed by what the review says :-)

It took us a long time to complete the translation, and we did it as carefully as Google Translate would allow. Our colleague, who lives in Germany, checked the translation and he says it is quite good.

ENJOY!
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Re: Power Meter Review in German magazine RennRad

Postby ldmitruk » Fri Jan 17, 2014 1:22 pm

A very interesting read. I think the testing methodology was well designed. I think some people in a forum that shall not be named could take lessons on how to plan a test from this article. ;)
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Re: Power Meter Review in German magazine RennRad

Postby Russ » Sat Jan 18, 2014 2:43 pm

Congratulations Velocomp! Very nice review.

I notice this may be able to use a translation touch up under software:

"Also iBike has developed with Isaac a very graphic
software with many features, but they reveal themselves right away only to absolute professionals."

I suspect it means, together with the later comments in the same section, that there is a learning curve and that only those already experienced in power data might have only a slight slope :-) That said, I adapted quickly as a novice.

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Re: Power Meter Review in German magazine RennRad

Postby Velocomp » Sat Jan 18, 2014 7:32 pm

Russ wrote:Congratulations Velocomp! Very nice review.

I notice this may be able to use a translation touch up under software:

"Also iBike has developed with Isaac a very graphic
software with many features, but they reveal themselves right away only to absolute professionals."

I suspect it means, together with the later comments in the same section, that there is a learning curve and that only those already experienced in power data might have only a slight slope :-) That said, I adapted quickly as a novice.

Russ


It was a Google Translation.. :-)

I think you're right on with your interpretation, so we have changed it and uploaded it in this thread.

It's good to know, too, that for you (at least) Isaac is not as inscrutable as the reviewer implies!
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