To summarise, the 800+ is an 80mm deep aero wheelset that costs €1,192 (about £850 / US$1,322 / AU$1,680); the Hadron 485 is 485mm deep set that comes in at €1,158 (about £825 / US$1,285 / AU$1,630).
That puts both sets at less than 50 percent the price of equivalent depth Zipp Firecrest models – the industry leading wheels that Swiss Side’s Hadron 625 beat in an open wind tunnel test. You can mix and match front and rear wheels and there’s also a ceramic bearing upgrade for €60.
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