ZWIFT HUB Smart Trainer Review: How Does a $499 Smart Trainer Really Perform?

The Zwift Hub direct drive interactive smart trainer goes on sale today, October 3rd 2022. In previous videos I’ve covered all the technical specifications of the Hub and covered-off the most commonly asked questions. In this video I get DEEP into the details of how it performs when put to the test in the Lama Lab. I’ve also provided a Zwift Hub vs Kickr CORE section for those wondering how it compares to a trainer that’s technically equivalent.

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Zwift Hub: Technical Details and Overview:
Zwift Hub: 15 Questions & Answers:

Zwift Hub Technical Specifications:
● Type: Direct Drive / Interactive (SIM, ERG)
● Bike Compatibility: Quick Release 130mm/135mm + TA 12x142mm/148mm Included.
● Freehub: Shimano/SRAM (Cassette Included. 8,9,10,11,12spd selected when ordering).
● Connections: ANT+ Power/Speed/Cadence, ANT+ FE-C, Bluetooth FTMS.
● Bonus Data: Bluetooth HR Bridge Functionally.
● Power Accuracy: ±2.5%
● Calibration: Spindown. Auto calibration TBA.
● Max Grade Simulation: 16%
● Max Wattage: 1800W.
● Flywheel Weight: 4.7kg.
● Noise Level: Quiet.
● Power Source: Mains.
● Firmware Upgradeable: Yes.

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Shane Miller

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