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Kayak Power Meter

USD$999

Real-time power, power balance and stroke-rate feedback whilst paddling on the water.


  • Your choice of shaft stiffness
  • Your choice of shaft length
  • 12 hours (paddling) battery life
  • Real-time power, power balance & stroke-rate feedback
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Kayak Power Meter Pro

USD$1,499

Real-time power, power balance and stroke-rate feedback whilst paddling on the water.
High Speed Data recording for detailed post-analysis of your technique and performance.


  • Your choice of shaft stiffness
  • Your choice of shaft length
  • 12 hour (paddling) battery life
  • Real-time power, power balance & stroke-rate feedback
  • High Speed Data recording of power and pushing/pulling hand forces
  • Record up to 25 minutes of High Speed Data
  • Accurate internal clock for synchronizing High Speed Data to unlock accurate timing and team boat (K2 or K4) analysis
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Canoe Power Meter (High-kneel)

USD$999

Real-time power and stroke-rate feedback whilst paddling on the water.


  • Your choice of shaft stiffness
  • Your choice of shaft length
  • 12 hour (paddling) battery life
  • Real-time power & stroke-rate feedback
Buy now

Canoe Power Meter Pro (High-kneel)

USD$1,499

Real-time power and stroke-rate feedback whilst paddling on the water.
High Speed Data recording for detailed post-analysis of your technique and performance.


  • Your choice of shaft stiffness
  • Your choice of shaft length
  • 12 hour (paddling) battery life
  • Real-time power & stroke-rate feedback
  • High Speed Data recording of power and pushing/pulling hand forces
  • Record up to 25 minutes of High Speed Data
  • Accurate internal clock for synchronizing High Speed Data to unlock accurate team boat (C2 or C4) analysis
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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the added weight of a power meter shaft over a regular shaft?

    The added weight to the shaft (standard 5cm ) is less than 100g. The majority of the weight is located at the centre of the shaft and for this reason the extra weight is difficult to detect. Many of our customers train and race with their power meters and don’t consider the added weight an issue.

  • Can I change the blades on a power meter shaft once they have been attached?

    Yes, you can use more than one blade set with the power meter. Whilst the shaft is cut to a specific length (which you specify), the shaft length has 5cm of adjustment. Different blades will vary in length somewhat, so the reassembled paddle may have a different overall paddle length, but this will not affect the performance of the product.

  • What are the International Canoe Federation rules for using a power meter in competition?

    Article 8.4 of Chapter 1 (General Regulations) of the 2015 International Canoe Federation 'Canoe Sprint Competition Rules' states the following with regard to using a power meter in a Canoe Sprint competition:

    'A boat or competitor may be equipped with a device which provides real time feedback on performance for use by television or event presentation. The device may be used by the competitor for analysis following a race but in no circumstances may the device be used to provide real time feedback to a competitor during a race.'

    With this being said, there is no mention of whether the use of 'a device which provides real time feedback' is not permitted in the disciplines of Canoe Slalom, Canoe Marathon or Canoe Ocean Racing.

  • How does the power meter measure power?

    Firstly, the power meter calculates the force applied to the paddle by the athlete's hands. The strain gauges in the power meter are located in an arrangement that allows the top (pushing) hand and the bottom (pulling) hand forces to be measured individually.

    Secondly, the power meter calculates the velocity at the hands by sampling rotational velocity and acceleration data from the IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit) located inside the shaft.

    Power is calculated by multiplying the force of each hand by the velocity of each hand.

  • What is the stiffness of the power meter shaft?

    The shafts are available in a number of different choices of stiffness. The options are listed below:

    EXTRA STIFF - 100% carbon high modulus, minimum flex (suitable for only the strongest 200m sprinters).
    STIFF - 100% carbon, low flex (suitable for flat water sprint).
    SOFT - 100% carbon, moderate flex (suitable for marathon, surf ski and multi-sport paddling).
    EXTRA SOFT - 75% carbon*, high flex (suitable for marathon, surf ski and multi-sport paddlers who prefer a very flexible shaft).

    Note: EXTRA STIFF and EXTRA SOFT are special order only.

  • What import duty and sales taxes are due when I import the power meter?

    You may be charged import duty and sales tax by Customs in your country when you buy a power meter from outside New Zealand.

    The import duty is calculated as a percentage of the customs value of the goods. The customs value is made up of the price paid for the goods plus the shipping cost.

    The sales tax is calculated as a percentage of the customs value plus the import duty. Duty and sales tax are due at the time your goods are declared to Customs; this will normally happen soon after the goods arrive in your country. To find the import duty rate and sales tax for your country, simply click here.