Rotor INpower power meter review

We put the Rotor INpower power meter through a winter of testing

Cycling Weekly Verdict

The Rotor INpower power meter offers accurate measurement for a single-sided system, and offers good battery life at 300 hours. However, it is a little fiddly to fit and isn't the easiest to move between bikes.

Reasons to buy
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    Good battery life

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    Consistent accuracy

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    Compatible with most frames

Reasons to avoid
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    Time-consuming to swap between bikes

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    Only single-sided

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Although best known for its oval-shaped Q-rings, Spanish company Rotor released its first power meter three years ago and its latest offering, the Rotor INpower power meter, has been used by WorldTour teams Lampre-Merida and Dimension Data.

The Rotor INpower power meter’s electronics (including strain gauges and accelerometer) are all stowed within the axle, which is attached to the non-driveside crank.

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