polar cs600

Discussion in 'Power Training' started by trixer, Sep 8, 2009.

  1. trixer

    trixer New Member

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    howdy all,

    new to this forum, i was searching through alot of the threads about the polar cs600 there is quite a bit of info. i am personally looking for a cheaper version of a power meter for my bike. i do triathlons and have basically 3 wheelsets, trainer, aero, and disc.

    i was able to find a very cheap polar cs600 with power meter on amazon.com

    [ame=http://www.amazon.com/Polar-CS600-Cycling-Computers-W-I-N-D/dp/B000QDYB92/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=sporting-goods&qid=1252455226&sr=8-1]Amazon.com: Polar CS600 with Power Cycling Computers W.I.N.D.: Sports & Outdoors[/ame]

    which almost seems too good to be true....would there be any possible issues with buying this model?
     
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  2. trixer

    trixer New Member

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    nobody has any input, i know there is alot of threads on this unit, but i am just curious if the price i see at amazon is too good to be true at $375?
     
  3. J-V

    J-V New Member

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    One set of prices in your link is probably used (with and w/out the power), the other new. There are some deals on the CS600 since the "x" is out, but nothing earth-shattering that I've seen. I recently got my wife a 600+Power from Nashbar for ~$450, if I recall correctly.
     
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    I am pretty sure that is the cost of the CS600 computer only. The power meter ad on is another $350 ish... I have the CS600 computer and love it. I got the cadence ad on and am considering the power meter too. I need to do more research tho...
     
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