With the Volt, the Australian company Jetblack is positioning itself in the middle class of the market and, according to its own statements, wants to play in a league with the Kickr Core.
With an 11-speed cassette already installed, it is already one step ahead of the competing model. The Volt also cuts a fine figure in terms of resistance regulation and stability. In the best case, however, four hands are required for assembly. Smaller point deductions are made when calibrating the device, which was only possible after several attempts using the manufacturer’s app.
A solid mid-range model that impresses with its low noise level and does not have to hide in comparison to the big brands.