The main feature of this home trainer is the sturdy steel structure, ideal to ensure durability and stability even during intense sprints. Featuring an elegant and solid profile, SUITO-T has a wide support base with pre-assembled support legs.
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Compatibility and interaction
  • Maximum Power : 730 Watt (20km/h) - 1900 Watt (40km/h)
  • Slope simulation: 15%
  • Accuracy : ± 2.5%.
  • Free subscription : 12-month free subscription to My E-Training software & app + 1-month free subscription to Zwift app
  • Wireless Communication : ANT+™ (FE-C, Power, Speed&Cadence) and Bluetooth (FTMS, Power and Speed&Cadence)
  • Bike Compatibility : Road bikes, Mountain bikes, City bikes - including carbon ones, perfect to house derailleurs with long cages that feature greater capacity on bigger 12-speed sprocket sets.
  • Cassette Compatibility : Compatible with SRAM and Shimano.
  • Control VIA : Smartphone, tablet, bike computer, sports watches, Windows and Mac. Computer ANT+™ and/or Bluetooth
  • Firmware update available : Yes
  • Elite Trainer Accessories : Elite Rizer
  • Temperature Compensation: Keeps your trainer at an optimal operating temperature
  • Calibration: Spindown 
  • Stability : solid steel structure with great stability durability and no skipping even during the most intense sprints. Its structurally-enhanced belt, wider base and height-adjustable feet (perfect to find balance on every surface) contribute to the incredible stability of the home trainer.
  • Material : Consisting in two steel side sections.
  • Output : Power, speed and cadence.
  • Flywheel : 3,5 kg
  • Electrical Requirements : 730 Watt (20km/h) - 1900 Watt (40km/h)
  • Space Occupied when Unfolded (LXP) : 560 x 150 x 495 mm
  • Included : 1x Front wheel support, 2x Cassette Spacers, Adapters for both QR and 142/148x12 mm Thru Axles, Power Supply, Quick release axle.
  • Weight : 14,72kg.
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