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Garmin Vector 3S Upgrade Pedal

ID: 785245
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Product Description

Upgrade your Vector 3S to a dual-sensing power meter, and step beyond watts to see exactly how your pedaling style generates the force that moves you.

When paired with Vector 3S, the upgrade pedal completes the Vector power meter system, providing left/right balance data and cycling dynamics. With the new podless design, it installs like any other bike pedal.

Revolutionary cycling dynamics show you exactly where you’re generating power throughout the pedal stroke. See where you apply force on the pedal to ensure proper cleat position. The upgrade pedal also tracks when and how long you were seated versus standing so you can gauge position effectiveness.


  • Maximum weight of the rider: 105 kg
  • Complete Vector wattmeter system by coupling the upgrade pedal with the Vector 3S
  • Data collection for the balance of left and right as well as cycling dynamics
  • New design of the pedal without a separate sensor
  • Mounting like any other bicycle pedal
  • Compatible with all standard cranks (9/16" pedal thread)
Intended use
Clipless pedal  
Pedal Axle: Stainless steel
Pedal Body: Composite material
Scope of Delivery
Delivery: 1 Vector 3s Upgrade pedal right with one-sided measurement for dual sensor power meter  
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