- Direct drive design
- Electromagnetic resistance system
- Compatible with all modern axle standards, including 130mm/135mm quick release and 148mm/142mm thru-axles
- Measures speed, cadence and power, so no external sensors are required
- Claimed +/- 2% power accuracy
- Dual ANT+ FE-C and Bluetooth FTMS compatible
On paper, the Saris H3 has got all of the key features and specs we’ve come to expect from a high-end, direct drive turbo trainer.
The H3 is made out of cast and machined aluminium, it can allegedly handle up to 2,000 watts at 20mph and can simulate up to a 20 percent climbing gradient.
The H3 features both ANT+ and Bluetooth connectivity and also features an in-built power meter, so it is fully compatible with apps such as Zwift and TrainerRoad.
- Constructed from a mix of steel, aluminium and birch wood
- Uses Saris’s Nfinity Technology to “bring movement to indoor training”
- Claimed compatibility with almost every turbo trainer on the market
- Roughly the same dimensions of a standard trainer mat
- Saris claims it helps to reduce pressure on touchpoints for a more comfortable ride.
- Saris has also released a rather intriguing bit of kit called the Saris MP1.
This supposedly game-changing “motion platform” sits underneath your bike and turbo trainer and allows you and your turbo to move from side-to-side and fore-aft while riding.
Saris claims this movement gives a more “fun, immersive and authentic training experience”. Interestingly, Saris also claims that the MP1 helps make riding on an indoor trainer more comfortable by reducing pressure on touchpoints.
The bike and turbo are held securely to the platform — which is constructed from a mix of steel, aluminium and birch wood — in place using heavy-duty straps that go around the front wheel and the turbo trainer’s legs.
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