Why would you???

Discussion in 'Industry News' started by rola643, Jan 7, 2021.

  1. rola643

    rola643 Two skinny Js Staff Member Admin Staff Mod Team Tavern Member

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  2. Gew

    Gew New Member

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    Haha, I think I might own something cheap as f*ck, just like that. It's accuracy is probably far from bulletproof, then. I always thought that cheap technology was enough. The more you live the more you learn, obviously.[​IMG]
     
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  3. John_V

    John_V Moderator Staff Member Mod Team Tavern Member

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    What’s the old saying, “A fool and his money are soon departed.”
     
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  4. SprocketGirl

    SprocketGirl spin... spin.. spin

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    My watts are measured on a seismometer. Nothing else can measure such magnitude.
     
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  5. MilesR

    MilesR Mom's Taxi Tavern Member

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    Hahaha!!!
     
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  6. lectrichead

    lectrichead Well-Known Member

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    As I read it, I was thinking that it might be a software-generated power estimation like Strava uses and some of the Garmin Connect IQ "no power meter" data fields do - using an algorithm to calculate power using cadence, speed, and the rider's stats, etc.

    But guess it was just a scam anyway.