Measure where it matters. Garmin brings power to the people with Vector, an innovative pedal-based power meter. It not only changes how power is measured; it changes how cyclists get power — making it extremely easy to buy and install.
See what comes in your Vector power meter box and learn what tools you'll need for installation.
The Vector power meter fits the vast majority of cranks and bike setups, and we'll step you through a couple of measurements to make sure it fits your ride.
We'll cover how to remove your existing pedals before starting the installation of the Vector power meter.
You can install the Vector power meter yourself—just like changing the pedals on your bike. We'll take you through the process step by step.
Find out how to pair the Vector power meter with your compatible Garmin device.
Learn how to calibrate the Vector power meter and set the installation angles before your first ride.
Perform this brief calibration before each ride with the Vector power meter.
We know you're going to want to take the Vector power meter with you when you travel or when you want to use it on another bike, so here's how to remove the pedals.
As software updates for the Vector power meter become available, you can perform the update yourself, using an app from the Vector owner's site. Here's how to prepare Vector for updates.
See how easy it is to upgrade from Vector to Vector 2 or 2S with a kit you can purchase from Garmin.com.
Installing vector shimano cartridge kit.