Favero Assioma Duo power meter pedals review

The Favero Assioma Duo are lightweight power meter pedals whose price tag undercuts the market

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Cycling Weekly Verdict

Having got off to a rocky start with the Favero Assioma Duos, I'm happy with how things have turned around. Once connected to the correct pedal, the power readings were sensible, and let's not forget you're getting dual sided measurement for a seriously good price. The pedal's design isn't flawless: it's weighted frustratingly and the tension screw isn't as accurate as on Shimano models. But the pedals are seriously lightweight, come with rechargeable batteries and the pod design helps keep the stack height normal. As long as you tread carefully when you first get them, there's a lot to like about the Favero Assioma Duos.

Reasons to buy
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    The 299g weight

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    Price of £719

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    Rechargeable batteries

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    Standard stack height

Reasons to avoid
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    Pain to connect

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    Pedal is weighted poorly

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    Tensioning screw isn't accurate

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The Favero Assioma Duo are Italian brand Favero's dual-sided power meter pedals that caught our eyes because of its performance-pushing promises on a budget of just £719, significantly less than competitor models like the Garmin Vector 3 and the Powertap P1.

Favero Assioma Duo: Design

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