Cycleops Fluid 2 vs. elite supercrono power fluid

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Cycleops Fluid 2 vs. elite supercrono power fluid

Postby p1tse » Fri Jan 11, 2013 11:02 am

Has anyone had the experience of trying both?

Pros and cons for each one

Looking for a stable, reliable not to noisy unit for a newbie

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Re: Cycleops Fluid 2 vs. elite supercrono power fluid

Postby skinnyrider » Fri Jan 11, 2013 11:43 am

I've owned a supercrono fluid and now a jet fluid pro. So a bit different.
The difference in the elite is just the level of resistance, power has more.

I'd get the fluid 2 every time. Cycleops is more solid and just better hand down. Lifetime warranty too.


Or get a 2nd hand jet fluid pro, as i did. Or just spring the extra 50 for it. Mine will last a lifetime, i can tell.

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Re: Cycleops Fluid 2 vs. elite supercrono power fluid

Postby p1tse » Fri Jan 11, 2013 15:26 pm

Thanks
I would like to get the cycleops fluid 2 from reviews but would probably be used and not many about. If there are silly money for used and some not willing to post.

Elite supercrono can be had from local halfords with online web discount at around £150

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Re: Cycleops Fluid 2 vs. elite supercrono power fluid

Postby skinnyrider » Fri Jan 11, 2013 19:23 pm

True.
But that's because you get what you pay for.

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Re: Cycleops Fluid 2 vs. elite supercrono power fluid

Postby p1tse » Fri Jan 11, 2013 19:32 pm

To be honest if decathlon had the tacx satori mag kit in stock I would just get that

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Re: Cycleops Fluid 2 vs. elite supercrono power fluid

Postby MarkC1984 » Sat Jan 12, 2013 19:13 pm

I am in the same dilemma and am not sure what to go for, the Elite SuperCrono power fluid or the Cycleops Fluid 2. As already mentioned above the former can be had for £151.99 and the latter for £190, is the extra £40 worth spending for the Cycleops?


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