Here's where the best deals on power meters actually are this Prime Day 2023

In the USA, Amazon's power meter deals are actually surprisingly strong. In the UK, there are other retailers to use

Male cyclist clipped into a power meter pedal
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Favero Assioma

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Generally, the best power meter deals are to be found on cycling specific websites - but at least in the US, that trend has well and truly been bucked, with all the lowest prices there to be found on Amazon during its Prime Day sales (which come to an end by midnight October 11).

Favero Assioma DUO: was $1,190.00 now $759.00 at Amazon

Favero Assioma DUO: was $1,190.00, now $759.00 at Amazon

Amazon isn't usually the best place for power meter deals, but that seems to have changed for this Prime Day. Although this listing isn't showing the RRP of Favero's Assioma DUO power meter pedals, $759.00 is really a very good offer - the next closest retailer is Competitive Cyclist at $769.00

The Assioma DUO pedals read power on both sides, giving you full pedal dynamics and power balance data. They're also rechargeable, which is great for anyone who doesn't want to faff about with replaceable batteries. Just to note, these pedals only take a Look Keo style cleat.

Price check: Wiggle $1,026.49 | Competitive Cyclist $769.00

Favero Assioma UNO: was $799.00, now $495.00 at Amazon

Favero Assioma UNO: was $799.00, now $495.00 at Amazon

Again, another power meter deal which is best on Amazon. This model is very similar to the DUO in its rechargeable battery and cleat fitment - the difference here is that it only reads power on one side. Great for giving you power readings you can train with, but you don't get the same full data picture as with the DUO. Still, you can buy the UNO first and purchase a second upgrade pedal later on to get your complete data picture. 

Price check: Wiggle $672.49

SRAM Apex Dub Left Crank: was $220.00, now $208.34 at Amazon

SRAM Apex Dub Left Crank: was $220.00, now $208.34 at Amazon

The offer here only applies to the 172.5mm crank length - so if that's what you already ride you are in luck! Either way, SRAM's single sided power crank for its Apex groupsets is one of the cheapest ways to get power readings on your bike - even at full price

Price check: Backcountry $220.00

Favero Assioma DUO: was £720.00, now £579.99 at Wiggle

Favero Assioma DUO: was £720.00, now £579.99 at Wiggle

This is currently the best deal we could find - and 19% off with a £140 saving is really pretty good for a dual sided power meter and getting your full pedalling dynamics along with your left/right balance. We really appreciated its rechargeable battery when we had it on review - very quick and easy to make sure you're fully topped up

Price check: Sigma sports £609.99 | Amazon £646.99

Favero Assioma UNO: was £475.00,now £379.99 at Wiggle

Favero Assioma UNO: was £475.00, now £379.99 at Wiggle

Very similar to the DUO, but with only one power sensing pedal rather than two. This still provides a power reading which is accurate enough to train with or connect to Zwift, but it doesn't give you your full data picture. Many people are happy with the level of data that a single-sided power meter provides, but there's also the option to buy a single upgrade pedal down the line if you find you want that data.  

Price check: Sigma Sports £438.99 | Amazon £538.16

Garmin Rally XC100: was £570.00, now £464.00 at Sigma Sports

Garmin Rally XC100: was £570.00, now £464.00 at Sigma Sports

Garmin's Rally pedals are particularly versatile in that you can swap between different pedal bodies to work with different cleats - if you like, you can convert these SPD pedals to work with road cleats. 

But this particular Rally model is especially notable as it's one of the very few power meters which are compatible with two-bolt cleats - and it's even better value at this discount.   

Price check: Tweeks Cycles £539.99 | Amazon £734.80

Stefan Abram
Tech features editor

After winning the 2019 National Single-Speed Cross-Country Mountain Biking Championships and claiming the plushie unicorn (true story), Stefan swapped the flat-bars for drop-bars and has never looked back. 

Since then, he’s earnt his 2ⁿᵈ cat racing licence in his first season racing as a third, completed the South Downs Double in under 20 hours and Everested in under 12.

But his favourite rides are multiday bikepacking trips, with all the huge amount of cycling tech and long days spent exploring new roads and trails - as well as histories and cultures. Most recently, he’s spent two weeks riding from Budapest into the mountains of Slovakia

Height: 177cm

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