Trying to decide which brand of power meter you want to use with your bicycle? Here’s a comprehensive list of all the power meter manufacturers and brands we could come up with, so that you can compare them all. Did we leave any power meter companies out of our list? If so, please leave a comment and tell us so that we can update it and make sure we include every single power meter maker we can find.
First and second generation power meters are available from 4iiii. They are arm-based designs.
Part of Favero electronics, Assioma uses Bluetooth technology. It can also be easily transferred from one bike to another similarly to pedals.
The power meter from Aerofly measures power, speed, cadence, calories, ascent, endurance and strength.
Bryton makes bike computers with smartphone integration. Accessories include speed sensors and cadence sensors.
The power meters from CateEye are characterized by a lightweight construction.
Easton manufactures the BB-hidden Cinch Power Meter. It is used for up to 400 hours on a single charge.
Full Speed Ahead
The products from Full Speed Ahead are made to comply to CEN certifications standards. Continuous research and testing are made for this purpose.
Reaching its third generation, the pedal based power meter from Garmin can now measure both the power of the left foot and of the right foot.
The power meters from Giant are able to measure force angle, cadence and pedal balance.
The IQSqaure power meter aims to be universal for all bikes at one of the lowest prices in its class.
Kinetic uses barometric, weather and GPS information to transform your smartphone into a power meter.
In conjunction with SRM, Look makes a power meter pedal set that is Bluetooth and Ant+ compatible.
Moov offers readings on the tallest climb, cadence, sprint, and heart rate. Its technologies are used in other sports such as running or swimming as well.
Pioneer makes precision products which help you improve cycling performance. Cyclo-Sphere works by analyzing pedaling efficiency, cadence, force vectors and heart rate.
The German brand makes power meters for road bikes and mountain bikes. Their precision is within the 1% mark.
With plug-and-play installation, PowerTap power meters are pedal, hub-based, and chainring-based designs.
The power meters from Praxis are capable of delivering real-time information through a tri-axial strain in the crank.
With 10 years of technical innovation, Quark power meters now come with Bluetooth and Ant+ data transfer options. The system is compatible with every bottom bracket.
Rotor offers a few power meter solutions for both road and mountain bikes.
Shimano’s power meters come with separate left and right measurements. The battery life of these designs is around 300 hours with approximatively 2% accuracy.
Specialized recently introduced their own power meters, which are available on some bike models.
The German manufacturer offers a number of power meters which are integrated into the drivetrain. The devices can be used in all types of weather conditions.
Reaching their third generation, the power meters from Stage Cycling work with left and right side cranksets.
Velocomp is an innovative company. The pre-production AeroPod is the first power meter which can measure cycling power and aerodynamic drag.
The Verve Cycling power meter is known for its accuracy. The accuracy is measured within 0.5% up to 3.000 watts.
With dedicated sensors and multiple apps, Wahoo develops power meters for indoor and outdoor cycling.
At its third generation, the 2X2 power meter from Watteam comes with a weight of just 35 grams on each side.
Zwatt power meters measure power, cadence, pedal smoothness, and left/right balance.