Power Factor

The Power Factor displays 7 measurements while working out - weight lifted, power factor, calories burned, speed, work time, rest time, and watts.
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  • Does it measure average or peak velocity?
  • The Power Factor is a lot less expensive than the Tendo Unit, retailing for approximately $129 vs. $1,200. However, the Power Factor is not nearly as accurate or consistent with it's power measurement results. It's a great product to purchase for home gyms and a user-friendly instrument to have on hand for a quick test in a college weight room. The Tendo Unit is a more accurate and durable alternative, best used when performing hardcore lifts.
  • how is this compared to the tendo unit?
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