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Magene P325 CS: World's Leading Dual-Sided Power Meter

A project in Hong Kong, Hong Kong by Magene

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Magene P325 CS Dual-sided Power Meter provides each cyclist with the ultimate quality for a fraction of the price
Backers: 465
Average Pledge Per Backer: HK$2233

Funded: HK$1,038,561 of HK$775,193
Dates: Nov 4th -> Dec 4th (30 days)
Project By: Magene
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Latest News

Update on the pedal angle issue. :-)

December 2nd - via:
Hello dear backers,  We've been preparing the video for the test of crank angle deviation and we are more than happy to share our latest video with you!  First off, we installed the crankshaft with the tooling pedal shaft. The crank was placed on... (Read More)

Almost 110% Funded! And We’ve got a new review video from Durianrider!

November 24th - via:
Bonjour tout le monde :  10,000 Big Thanks to each and every backer who played a part in helping us to achieve more than 100% of our goal! We could not have made it without your support and tenacity.  We’ve got another detailed review video from... (Read More)

New video coming: The Pasting Process of Strain Gauges

November 23rd - via:
In the design and production of power meters, we realised the significance of the placement of strain gauges. Not only is it necessary to find the best placement position, removing the paint on the surface through laser marking is essential to ensure... (Read More)

Warranty Disclaimer

November 18th - via:
Dear backers:  The warranty covers any defects in material or workmanship under normal use during the Warranty period. The warranty period for Magene chainring is 360 days from the activation data.  The warranty period for Magene power meter and... (Read More)

Update about the internal flexion of left crank.

November 17th - via:
Dear backers, We have made another video about the internal flexion of the left crank. A screw of smaller size has been utilised to improve the problem in Shane’s video.  Original left crank screw size: 24.8mm When no great force being exerted,... (Read More)

Check out Magene P325 CS Deformation Test!

November 12th - via:
Dear Backers:  We checked the samples of the same batch that has been sent to Mr. Miller. The large screw on the left crank part has several errors of sizes and consequently the crank and the shaft could not be nicely clamped, as shown in noticeable... (Read More)

New review video by Shane Miller!

November 10th - via:
Dear backers,  We've got a new review video from Shane Miller! It is well known that Mr. Miller is very professional in cycling and his unbiased approach to doing review makes us feel grateful for the collaboration with him.  We delivered one of... (Read More)

Two more lengths of crank arm to offer! Way to go!

November 5th - via:
Dear backers, Thank you very much for your support! If you think Magene P325 CS is awesome, please share it with your friends who might also be interested in cycling power meter. On top of 165mm, 170mm and 172.5mm crank arm, we have two more lengths... (Read More)

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