Average connection time 25 secs
Average connection time 25 secs
The Garmin Vector 3 is the latest version of Garmin’s popular power meter pedals. As a pedal-based power meter with sensors housed inside the pedals, the Garmin Vector 3’s offer highly reliable data, which is accurate to +/-1%. In this dual-sided iteration, the Garmin Vector 3 gives you an exact, independent reading of each leg's power output. It even measures where power is being applied to the pedal, so you can ensure optimal cleat set up.
One of the huge benefits of running a pedal-based power meter is the ease of set up. Without needing to exchange cranks, swap out wheels or chainrings, even the most basic mechanic can swap these pedals between bikes in minutes. With a lower stack height, these pedals also offer much more cornering clearance than the previous model, so you can sprint out of hairpins with confidence. While the stainless-steel spindle ensures the Vector 3’s last a long time, due to the composite pedal body, the Vector 3’s weigh just 316 grams per pair.
Powered by coin-cell batteries which are easy to replace, the Vector 3’s offer 120 hours of riding. Being a Garmin product, the Vector pedals are best combined with Edge computers and Forerunner watches. However, as a fully ANT+ and Bluetooth capable power meter, you don’t have to worry about integrating the Vector 3 power meter with other ANT+ and Bluetooth compatible devices.
- Battery type: LR44/SR44 (x4)
- Battery life: 120 hours
- Weight: 316 g
- Max. rider weight: 105 kg
- Accuracy: +/- 1.0%
- Cleat type: Keo
- Q-factor: 53 or 55
- Stack height: 11.5 mm
- Cornering clearance: 31.7"
- Static friction: 1.9
- Field calibration
- Adjustable release tension
- Garmin Connect™
- Measurement location: spindle
- Communicaiton: ANT+® and Bluetooth®
- Installs like a regular pedal
- Included: Vector 3, Look Keo style cleat hardware, Documentation
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The pedals came stock with the CR1/3N button battery installed vs the problematic 2 x LR44. Also appears to be a small amount of lube/oil applied to the contacts by default and the new v3 battery doors. Firmware was 3.80 out of the box. They were easy to install I needed to use the spacer as was only 1-1.5mm clearance to the chain and I wanted the extra space for safety. Paired with my Garmin Fenix 6 Pro easily and displays the power/balance/cadence etc no problems. I've only taken them out on a short test ride so far but looks good, if you're not getting a readout them likely you need to do a calibration or alignment reset. There's an option for auto calibrate which I've enabled so I get a prompt for that on each ride, all you do is unclip from the pedals and wait a few seconds for it to zero out. So far so good, seems like the problems of the past have at this stage been pretty well dealt with. Happy camper.
2 Weeks with Vector 3
I was sceptical, based on the early reviews, but i would say that Garmin has fixed the issues that plagued the earlier versions of the Vector pedals. To be fair - i have not been out in the rain with them yet! Nothing special to do. Fix them to your crank, spin the crank a bit to wake them up, and my FR935 picked them both up. Then just a a calibration (i do one before each ride - just out of habit). Paired with Zwift as well - no issues. I use ANT+ to connect to Zwift, but the pairing screen showed the Bluetooth option as well, so that should work as well. The response is good, the accuracy - well, that is an endless debate about 'which power meter is accurate'! :) All i know is that these are reading within 2-4 Watts of my previous power meter (a Zwatt) so i am pretty happy that my power baselines don't need to be reset.
Garmin Vector 3 Power Meters
I have only manage to get a couple of rides with the power meters and I am pretty impressed with the analytical information they give. So far no problems with them and if you like to get good information on your ride right down to if your cleats are positioned correctly and power transmitted to the peddles these are great to have.
Power to behold
This is a quality product from Garmin. Very easy to install and sync with my Garmin Fenix following which it was ready to go. The power read outs appear to be spot on along with cadence. Very happy with this product and the overall Garmin ecosystem.
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