Favero Assioma Duo Powermeter Pedal
Favero introduced their first power meter, the bePRO, in 2015. It was a hit among cyclists of all levels due to its accuracy, reliability, and low price point. Favero is at it again, this time with the Favero Assioma DUO Power Meter Pedals. Like the previous version, the Favero Assioma power meter pedals are dual-sided power meters with a power sensor located on each pedal. This means the power meter can show both left and right power, in addition to total power and cadence.
However, Favero made several big changes with the Assioma. To begin with, it now installs like a normal pedal. No special tools or set-up steps are needed. Just use the supplied Allen key and screw them on. In addition, the Favero Assioma pedals now have both ANT+ and Bluetooth SMART. The power meter kept its rechargeable battery, but now has 50 hours of battery life.
Accuracy was also improved. The Assioma uses Favero’s IAV Power Technology. IAV takes into account the precise pedaling speed within each pedal stroke, resulting inaccuracy of +/- 1.0%.
With a power sensor on each pedal, the Assioma can measure true left and right power. While some power meters provide an estimated left/right power figure, only a few can provide true left/right data.
Easy to Install & Transfer
Installing a power meter doesn’t get any easier. Grab the Allen key, screw on the pedals and you’re ready to go. This means you can also move them from bike to bike in seconds!
ANT+ & Bluetooth SMART
With both ANT+ and Bluetooth SMART, the pedals will work with your favorite cycling computer, GPS watch, smart phone or tablet. The choice is yours!
Accurate with IAV Power
The Assioma uses Favero’s IAV Power Technology. IAV results in accuracy of +/- 1.0%. It also allows the Assioma pedals to be used with oval chainrings without any impact to the accuracy of your data!
IAV Cycling Dynamics
Favero’s built-in gyroscope also allows you to measure cycling dynamics data such as IAV Power Phase and IAV Rider Position. With these advanced metrics, you can become a faster, stronger rider!
Using cutting-edge materials, the weight of each pedal is only 149.5 grams. This makes it the lightest power meter pedal available.
The Favero Assioma uses a rechargeable lithium-ion battery which offers a 50-hour life. When the battery gets low, simply plug them in using the included charger, and you’re good to go again.
User Friendly App
The Assioma app allows you to update firmware, perform zero-offsets, check battery levels and more. Also, the “Compatibility with other apps” function ensures it works with other apps and training software.
Proved and Guaranteed
Each Assioma undergoes strict control tests (load, shock, fatigue, wear, water resistance, etc.) in order to ensure performance. It also comes with a full two-year warranty.
Favero IAV Power Technology
The Assioma uses Favero’s IAV (Instantaneous Angular Velocity) Power. Using special software and a built-in three-axis gyroscope, IAV takes into account the precise pedaling speed within each pedal stroke. This results in the Favero Assioma DUO having accuracy of +/- 1.0%. In addition, IAV allows you to use the Assioma pedals with oval chainrings without any impact to the accuracy of your data!
Favero IAV Cycling DynamicsFavero Assioma IAV Cycling Dynamics
Favero’s gyroscope also allows you to measure cycling dynamics data. IAV Power Phase displays the portion of your pedaling stroke in which torque is produced. In addition, your Power Phase Peak, in which maximum torque is produced, is also indicated. IAV Rider Position displays the portion of time you are in a seated vs. standing position. This allows you to analyze how a specific position can influence your performance. This data works with most Garmin bike computers including the Edge 1030, 830, 820, 530 and 520 Plus.
Now with Auto-Zero!
The pedals now have auto-zero. With this feature, the power meter will perform an automatic zero-offset (calibration) every time you ride, which helps ensure the power meter stays accurate!
Updated Spring Tension
Favero changed the spring in order to have a wider release torque tension and these pedals come with the new spring. The new spring’s release torque tension has been lowered from 11Nm to 8Nm. Therefore, the pedals are now easier to clip in and out of.
Favero Assioma DUO Pedal Cleats
The Favero Assioma DUO Power Meter Pedals come supplied with red, 6-degree float cleats. You also have the option to purchase black, 0-degree (fixed) float cleats. If you have LOOK KEO cleats, they will also work with the pedals.
|Location of Power Measurement||Pedal|
|Left or Both Legs Measured||Both|
|Independent Left/Right Measurement||Yes|
|Communication Protocol||ANT+ and Bluetooth SMART|
|Claimed Accuracy||+/- 1.0%|
|Weight||149.5 grams (each pedal)|
|Battery Type||Rechargeable lithium ion|
|Battery Life||50 hours|
|Method of Cadence Measurement||Accelerometer|
|Rider Weight Limit||265 lbs.|
|Stack Height||10.5 mm|
|Spindle Length||54 mm|