When coupled with compatible sensors, dynamic performance monitoring provides insights on your VO2 max, recovery, training load focus, heat and altitude acclimation, nutrition, hydration and more. New bike alarm, group messaging and tracking, assistance and compatibility with Varia rearview radar and lights are some of the cycling safety features. The mountain biking model has integrated Trail forks data, and the cycle map with popularity route helps you ride like a local. The Connect IQ Store has free apps, data fields andwidgets. The dynamics of the ride are measured by the jump count, hang time, and Grit, as well as Flow, which tracks the smoothness of your descent so you have a score to beat next time. Up to 20 hours with the gps, and up to 40 hours with the charge power pack.
👤I just got a computer. The size is perfect. The touch screen works well. The display is responsive and easy to see. You can plot your course by using the app on your phone and then push the course to the gps device. It gave me a lot of off course warnings when I first rode it, as when the route was created, it sometimes had me on the highway. The gps was set to save battery life. The pictures of my ride cut corners. I will see how it goes when I change the setting every second. The speed sensor and the cadence sensor are the ones I like the most. I couldn't tell you the size of the tire by the speed sensor on the wheel. You can see different pages of data on your ride. One of the screens has a nice picture of the elevation changes so you know in advance if a hill is coming or if you will be going down a hill. Adding the heart rate data field was one of the changes I had to make. Even though a HR strap is included in the box, the heart rate is not included on the screens. It was easy to add during my ride. My ride was assumed to be a Mountain ride by the 830. You can change your Default RideType under the Activity Profiles setting. I am very pleased with the new model and I highly recommend it. The price hurts a little.
👤I did a lot of research before making a decision. It has more features than I will ever use but it has everything I need. It is difficult to setup. The pair kept failing. The issue was fixed with a simple reboot of the phone and garmin. The touch screen works well, but it is slow to respond to touch. It's not terrible. The battery life seems good, but I think about 8 hours of use is the most you can get out of a new unit. I would recommend charging after every 5 hour ride. I only ride my bike on the road. I use a map and a HRM. For my display, I have miles, time, HR, and 5 mile laps. It's easy to Upload courses from garmin connect. The map feature has worked well for me and let me know if there is any advance notice for upcoming turns. It warns of upcoming curves. The notifications are a bonus. Seeing texts come in and knowing the weather is a nice feature. The emergency feature is nice. My family responded immediately after I accidentally sent an emergency response while trying to turn off the unit. Oops. The upper left corner of the screen cracked after I dropped it. I had no issues with the unit, but I was worried about the water getting into it and ruining it. I contacted garmin support to let them know I would be willing to pay for a new screen. They said they would cover the unit. Wow! That is how you do it. garmin support is something I can't say enough about. Topnotch. Within 10 days, I had a new unit. They have my business.
The battery life is up to 25 hours. One-year warranty is offered by them. If you have a problem after the date of purchase, please contact them through email or other channels. They will try to find a solution. To ensure the bike computer works properly, you must download the XOSS APP first. The XOSS G+ wireless bike computer has a high-sensitivity gps chip, which allows the bike computer positioning system to be connected to 3 satellites. It is important that you position accurately the location of your riding. Also records the track. The XOSS G+ bicycle computer has functions that help you ride scientifically and effectively. Average speed, altitude, slope, maximum speed, total mileage, current speed, and current cycling time are included. Data transmission to Strasbourg. Sharing your riding record and experience is easy with the Professional XOSS Cycling Computer Riding APP. The XOSS APP can be used to set the time zone. The bike computer can set the last two datas. The bicycle computer has a HD screen and 500mAh battery, which gives you a better cycling experience. IPX7 waterproof protection allows bike computer work in the rain.
👤I tried to use this product a few times, but it became so frustrating that I just gave up and ordered something else. Even if you have a speed sensor, it still needs to have aGPS to get other functions. You would expect the computer to rely on the info from the sensor when the gps loses reception, but it doesn't. The speed sensor will give you the speed but no distance or time moving if you lose reception. It may take a while for the computer to get a reception in open space. Sometimes you have to turn it on and off for a while, so you can finally get it to use the gps. You will lose connection occasionally even after you've latched on to the gps. On my average 30 mile bike ride, the computer will lose connection at least a dozen times, sometimes even more, because the river has a lot of tree coverage. The computer assumes that you have stopped so it puts itself in "pause" mode. Even if the speed sensor is still running, it will stop counting mileage and time moving once that happens. Here too, a new software would correct these errors. It's very easy to calculate the missing mileage and time by looking at the speed sensor or the time and position before and after it lost its gps connection. If you lose connection and get it back 3 minutes and 1 mile later, it will assume that you have stopped for 3 minutes and subsequently traveled a mile away. The battery indicator can go from 2 bars to 1 bar in a few minutes. If you forget to power it off after your ride, it will be dead the next time you want to ride, even if you had left it fully charged a couple of days prior. The interface is nice, but the battery is poor, and the firmware is terrible. I find it hard to use. I lost my money because I didn't install it right away and it was too late to return it. If you buy it, make sure you test it right away for all of the items I described, because you could end up making a mistake.
👤It's easy to setup, use and read. Automatic pause. Magnetic pick ups are no longer needed. The sensor is easy to mount. The powerful battery lasts a long time. The speed, distance, and cadence were pretty accurate. Cumulative elevation gain is not close. The negative is fixed in the phone's Strava app as map data is uploaded to the Strava app. I just record with the XOSS and leave the Strava app closed. The head unit was purchased for roughly $80. You can't beat the XOSS, compared to hundreds for Garmin.
👤Cateye computers have been used by me for a long time. They are easy to set up and the instructions give all the information you need. The device has a limited set of instructions and no information on how to get the data you need for setup. The only thing I could find on the internet was a PDF of the instruction sheet. The gps was never online. Always read 0.0 mph. I couldn't get the sensor to work with the device. I returned the device and sensor after many hours of trying to get to work.
There is an important notice. The XOSS APP is needed to upgrade the bike computer's software at first use. The upgrade steps are listed. The XOSS APP2 can be downloaded. Charge up your computer. Attach your bike computer to the APP4. You should upgrade to the latest version of the software. Feel free to contact them with any questions. The bicycle computer fulfill your training purpose of cycling campaign and navigation. Being focus on your data at any time will ensure your training experience. Purchase additional heart rate belt and sensors separately. The XOSS G+ cycling computer has 3 satellite systems that can track your ride in terms of kilometers, location, and altitude. For each ride, XOSS APP can record your mileage, speed, etc. Ride records can be shared to other riders in real-time via the XOSS APP. The latest ANT+ technology is the XOSS G+ bike computer wireless. Other devices that support ANT+ can also be connected, which means they can detect 15 kinds of data for cycling. The XOSS G+ bikeGPS computer has a long battery life, a 1.8-inch screen, and time zone-based automatic backlight, which allow you to ride freely in rain or night. It has a 500mAh battery that can last up to 25 hours. The XOSS G+ bikeGPS computer has a long battery life, a 1.8-inch screen, and time zone-based automatic backlight, which allow you to ride freely in rain or night. It has a 500mAh battery that can last up to 25 hours.
👤I used 2 XOSS speed/cadence sensors. It can detect the ANT+ heart rate sensor. The XOSS app can detect this device. The display of speed from the speed sensor is flawed. I believe the speed sensor sends data in a kilometer per hour. I set the device to show a certain amount of miles per hour. The XOSS app only shows speed from the sensor. The device displays the same number. This only happens when I use my bike indoors. When I ride outside, it displays speed in MPH. The display does not turn on automatically. I put it to auto in the app. The XOSS app needs improvement. When I sync my ride to APP, it doesn't show up in the app. The record has been deleted from the device. It is almost impossible to use a phone with the app to see speed anddence because the display flickers between speed and "0.0"
👤It is a good value for money. Do not expect the same features and functions as other companies, but will record your ride and will show you basic info during the ride, if it fails. The battery is last advertised.
👤The computer/GPS will not record anything now that it's been updated. When the unit is connected, it won't register speed, cadence, ride time, etc. The XOSS sensors have been reconnected. XOSS customer service only responded to my request to update to the latest firmware, which I have tried on multiple occasions. Terrible customer support.
👤A huge lag in reading speed can't be detected. Terrible app. I used my phone app but it drained my battery. Go back to analog if you want to save your money.
👤It's easy to use with no wires, and you can download my tracks if you have more than one bike.
👤Hasta el momento is perfect. The sensor venia inservible. 5 estrellas.
👤So far, 4 stars. The delivery was good from Amazon. Unit (G+) is easy to set up. I prefer Amazon over eBay, Aliexp, etc., because they are cheaper. It's worth paying a little extra for peace of mind and warranty purpose. I haven't tested it out on the road yet, but I will update this soon.
1-year warranty for after-sales service. If there is a problem with using, please contact them, their customer service team will help you out. The VORTEX speed and cadence sensor support is available to record indoor cycling data. The XOSS VORTEX cycling sensor can be used in two modes. You can switch mode via the XOSS APP. You can consult them for more information about VORTEX and other devices. Only one mode is available. The VORTEX speed and cadence sensor is more accurate than the gps device. You can pace your cycling on the XOSS bike computer and XOSS App. The range is 250rpm/speed 85KM/H. The XOSS VORTEX bike sensor has a spiral trapezoid shape which is better for the bike's surface and also better for the principles of aerodynamic design. IPX7 waterproof makes your riding better in extreme weather.
👤The XOSS app on the phone didn't connect with the sensor, so I couldn't change it from cadence to speed. I spent more than an hour trying this but nothing worked. If the seller helps solve the issue, I will update my review. I contacted XOSS customer service directly, and they immediately responded to me. The sensor settings are hidden in a non-obvious place so that the issue can be solved. The speed displayed is incorrect in km/h units. The computer still shows the speed in km/h when you switch to mph. This issue needs to be resolved now. :/
Works with over 50 Smartphone apps. You can download, pair, and ride! The ELEMNT Companion App is free and can be used to automate the setup process. Automatic route downloads and uploads with compatible third party apps. The package includes: a stem mount, a charging cable, and an Integrated Aero Out-Front mount. You can build a route and get notifications on screen if you miss a turn. 15 hours of battery life. The rating is waterproof up to 5 feet. The supported satellites are gps, GLONASS, BEIDOU Galileo, and QZSS. The Final Push to beat your goals can be achieved with accurate progress status integrated with Strava Live.
👤The company that made the entry level device did not learn enough from other device makers. Don't depend on the software to record your history correctly. The history on your phone will show errors when you connect to the Wahoo Element app. They will show up on the phone and it will go away, but that is not a good thing. One big problem never goes away, you might want to only connect to upload a great ride, and not uploading all the time. It will not show on your phone if you try to upload the latest ride that clearly shows it recorded correctly. All of the rides will be uploaded automatically. Not your current one. Their lack of understanding of user interface programming resulted in it filling up your phone and trying to upload all of the rides that you want to. In my case, there were many rides. If you don't want to save any of them, you'll have to uninstall them at a time, rather than being able to auto-select them all. They learned very little from the user interface designs that have been out for years. Both of them allowed you to set the speed threshold for your ride. Why would this matter? On a very technical mountain bike climb or a really steep road climb, it will stop recording if it reaches a NON-ADJUSTABLE SPEED. The hardest part of your ride won't be recorded and timed for when you look at the map, for instance, you lost a mile of the hardest climb because you weren't timed. You can have speed granularity to like 1 mile and hour with both of the computers. You can't set it with the computers. It won't record. In Georgia Brasstown Bald or in Colorado in Boulder, the climb is very steep. Forget it! The hardest part will not be recorded. It's not possible to change the timing of your ride. It will always be too small relative to the other ones on the screen unless you zoom and wipe out your other columns on the page. The time of day will always be one size larger than the day before, so if they are side by side on the page you will need to squint to see your ride time relative to time of day. They think that's more important than the size of the fonts on your ride time. There are many confirmation questions. If I want to stop the ride, I just press a button on my gps device and it will stop and turn it off. To turn off the device, just hold the button down. You have to confirm every thing you want to do with the failures of the designer and the Wahoo's. Do you want to turn it off? Please confirm that you want to end the ride. It goes on and on. If you turn off without saving the ride, it wipes it out, and it doesn't give you a prompt to save it. The battery life is for the good. It's form factor and the new color of the device make it not a good replacement device, even though it's easier to see. They could have knocked it out of the park with good research on the other devices on the market that have been doing this for a long time, but they just failed to do that.
XOSS G+ is IPX7 so that you can enjoy the cycling experience in all weather conditions. You can easily see Max Speed, Distance, Gradient, etc while riding with a 1.8-inch screen display. The time and date will be adjusted automatically after locating satellite signals with the help of the GS10S. The data cannot be uploaded directly to your PC, but you can use the ANT+ sensor data to sync the data to the i GPSPORT app. The Super Large Capacity battery is small, light weight and has an auto sleep function, which can be used for more than 30 hours. The Bicycle Computer IGS10S can be used in rainy days.
👤Producto de gama de iniciacin es perfecto, estoy porque le puse los dems sensores. Un pequeo problema de humedad interna o recalentamiento, pueda ser porque en otras referencias, se genera una mancha.
👤Producto. Muchas gracias.
👤Todo, todo, to Recomendado.
The feature on the odometer helps plan for bicycle maintenance. Wake-up function that automatically wakes you from sleep mode when you sense the bike's vibration. The display is bright to easily view statistics. It's convenient and durable because of its small size, light weight and waterproof design. The bicycle computer can measure speed, distance, and riding time. Any serious bicyclist or fitness fanatic needs to know what to look out for. The day and night backlight provides a backlight for easy viewing. When a button is pressed, the backlight will turn on. The design of wireless automatic function causes the slight rattle sound from device. Simple installation that only takes a few minutes. The interface is easy to navigate with only two buttons. It's possible to make a custom tire size for accurate tracking. Common bicycles are compatible with this bicycle computer. Some electric-assist bicycles may not be compatible with this bicycle computer. The computer display, sensor, and magnet should be compatible with the device. Please contact them if you have any questions.
👤When will Amazon realize that they are losing customers because everything that's featured is made in china and doesn't work at all? Cheaply made and goes out after five minutes from sliding on the spokes. The cheap plastic that this company and its millions of copy cat products use causes it to snap in half. It skips around changing mph for the time being. The screen is very small. Try riding over 20 mph on hills and terrain and see if you can see the screen. I would rate this a -5. You can't. If you have broken English electronics, avoid them or plan for refunds and headaches.
👤The product arrived on time. Installation was easy, even though I found the instructions a bit fuzzy, but I've installed enough of these to figure it out. I haven't tried it yet but it seems accurate and the buttons are easy to use even with bike gloves on. I was very happy with my purchase. Follow up on 15Nov 2021. I received a coupon that said if I gave a positive review, I would get a gift card or a bicycle light. I wrote the review, and I stand by it. I had to jump through hoops to redeem the coupon. They have yet to honor their coupon, and they asked multiple times for me to supply the link to the review, screen shot, and review. Don't do business with liars.
👤The reviews were mostly positive, but after installing the battery the wheel circumference was gone. The other battery was used but still nothing. The screen turned green for a while, but then it vanished. The hotmail service did not give any information. The store said I would have to pay for the return if I didn't have a return label. The price of the item was increased by a few bucks because there was no information on getting a return label. When new one arrives, will update. Don't use this seller. They did not provide a return label and there was no return address to send it to after I decided to ship it at my expense. They will give me a new one with free shipping, but I have to return the one that is not right. I will end up paying for something that doesn't work. It was just OK after getting a new one. It works but not as advertised. It does not wake up on its own. If you don't turn it on after a few minutes, it won't register the additional miles or time. You have to turn it on! It's easy to forget and keep riding until you notice it's not on. Most bike commuters turn on automatically. It works. There is still a false claim.
👤The wireless speedometer was more than I expected. After spending $50 on a wired version, it had stopped working and I found a wireless unit for a great price on Amazon. It is very easy to use and has many of the same features as higher end units. Even in rough terrain, the receiving units and transmitters stay in place and give accurate readings of distance and speed. It's not an oversized unit and has a backlit screen feature that can be turned on either manually or automatically. It is well worth the purchase and I would highly recommend it.
The odometer feature can be used to plan for bicycle maintenance. Your favorite stat is the current, max, and average speed, total distance, trip distance, elapsed time, pace arrow, and clock. Don't sweat the small stops: caught at a red light? Do you stop for coffee? They've got you covered. When you stop, your CatEye computer stops counting time and average speed. The Velo 7 has a wired speed sensor. You can forget about the battery if it lasts up to three years. The Velo 7 is an entry level computer that is perfect for beginners.
👤This is only for road and cross bikes. It's hard to mount a sensor on a mountain bike with a front suspension. My mountain bike is not exceptional. I couldn't mount to be within 5 cm. Not even close. I spent an hour building the mounts for the old computers. They would fall off before I could get out of the neighborhood. CatEye should include mounts that are made for mounting. Too many bike accessories are made for road bikes, but not for mountain bikes. It is not possible to predict or measure if ill is within 5 cm without the sensor. I searched for "5 cm" and "mountain bike" on the CatEye website. There was no warning of a potential problem. I don't like returning products, but in this case, it's either mislabeled or inadequate.
👤This is the first time I've used a bicycle computer. After my kids got old enough to be on their own, I started riding again. I commute ten miles or so to and from the usual places, but I also started going on longer trips out into the countryside. After all that time spent pedaling and pedaling, one begins to wonder certain things, like: "How fast am I going, how many miles am I traveling on these trips, and how long is all of this taking?" After a few trips, this bike computer is much easier to use than any phone. It's better to use a computer like this one for one specific job. Everything is included in order to install the VELO 7. You might need more zip ties. It took about an hour. I own a mountain bike. It has shocks, V-brakes and handlebars. There's not much space left to add accessories like this because of the two handlebar clamps that take up some space to either side of the center bar, and the pannier that is situated out in front and just above the brake and shift cables. Installation was easy even with all of this stuff. If you want to install the Cuz Front Shocks on the rear wheel, you need a long wire to run from the wheel to the computer. It doesn't matter because everything has been thought out so that you can install the computer to any shocks you want. You can either mount the VELO 7 on your handlebars or on your goose neck. There are two sets of half circles on the mount. If you're thinking about mounting the computer to your handlebars, know that the mount can't be back flat to the ground. The mount is rigid and does not tilt. It is a deterrent to theft. While you're away from your bike, the computer can be removed from the mount. Just put it in your pocket. Also, note: If you want to make the computer's data output as accurate as possible, you need to measure the wheel's circumference accurately. Measure the distance the wheel travels in one rotation using a flat surface like the cement in your garage. Do this while riding a bike. You might be off by a few centimeters if you go by the chart. Your tire flattens under your weight, which shortens the actual radius of the wheel. Once you have this measurement, you can use it to make a calculation. Write that number down as you input it into the computer. Also, note: The location of the sensor parts on your spokes and forks isn't important. The computer doesn't use your wheel's radius for calculating data, but instead uses your circumference. It's easy to install, but what about the computer's functions? That is even better! There is fidelity. I would describe the VELO 7's functions as follows. There is only one big button to push and one big screen to look at. You have only one hand to push one button, and the other should be steering. You want to be able to quickly and easily glance down and see the information on the big screen, because you should be watching where you're going instead. There is a speed on the screen. So too is something called PACE ARROW. It is obvious that speed is important, but it is not as important as pace. The arrows tell you when you are going faster, slower, or the same speed. The letters MPH, miles per hour, and KPH, kilometer per hour, are always shown on the screen. When you start your trip, MPH starts flashing and stays flashing until you stop. The computer is making the necessary calculations and the MPH is flashing. The flashing MPH is related to thelapsed time. Pressing the big button causes the screen to be scrolled through: tm, elapsed time, DST, current trip distance, average speed, max speed, ODO, total of all miles regardless of current trip distance, and CLOCK, the time of day. There is one INTERESTING note. When you stop the bike, the computer will stop counting time. This is a positive thing. When you start peddling again. The flashing MPH tells you that time is running out. They are both the same. Pressing and holding the big button for a few seconds resets everything. All except ODO and CLOCK. Both ODO and CLOCK are permanent. The All Clear button is on the back of the computer. There is a small button on the back of the computer. All clear clears the computer to the factory settings. ReSET allows you to change the CLOCK, MPH, and KPH of your wheel. All this without the ODO being reset. The battery lasts for a long time. We'll see. After a while, the computer goes quiet and the clock is the only thing on the screen. The computer wakes up when you start a new trip on your bike. It's Kums! Setting up the computer is probably the hardest part of the whole process, but it's not really difficult once you get used to it. You have to use the big button on the front to input information after you push the reset button on the back. It's similar to setting up a wristwatch. Remember those things? Push the wrong button and you'll have to reset everything again. It can get very frustrating. It's not that bad. It's easy to install. It was easy to use. The design is intuitive. It gives you valuable data when riding. I know some people who are smarter than me. A large screen. This thing will get you to the church on time. The price is good for what you get. Highly recommended! I started having intermittent signal generation problems. When riding, the computer would stop at zero MPH. It would start again, then stop. Things got worse and stopped. I thought it was the sensor on the wheel, but then I realized it was the two sensor parts that were too far apart. That was not the case. A loose wire on the mount was the problem. I must have removed the computer from the mount too forcefully because one of the metal pickups was just enough from the wire to stop making contact, either that or they were never properly aligned to begin with. I had to change the pickup's wire. I used a sharp knife to pop out the pickup from the wire. I pressed it back into the wire. The computer began to work again after this trick was done. There are no more intermittent signal problems. This can drive me crazy. I'll just file this one under "working out all the bugs." It's still highly recommended.
The hub of either wheel has a speed sensor attached to it. You can set up wheel size in their online community or use a computer to calibrate. Even without a head unit, you will get accurate speed and distance. When you ride indoors and outdoors, you can sync your fitness equipment and training apps with the help of the low energy technology. The feature on the odometer helps plan for bicycle maintenance.
👤I bought this because I wanted to put a speed tracker on my bike to track calories and distance, and I already have a garmin watch and connect app. I thought it would be easy to keep everything in one place, and have async my data to Strava. The garmin connect app is easy to use, but you have to make sure that any other garmin devices are far away. Things started to go downhill once it got to the wheel setup. It took hours to do a software update where you have to keep the phone next to the device. I'm not sure if it was a success. It began to flash red and green. The battery is low if the red/green flashing is seen. It's a new battery. The only solution is to uninstall the garmin app, re-download it, and re- connect the device. I did that, and it worked out well. 2 or 3 rides were kept within the data and were able to be sync'd. The problem is that as soon as you connect this device, any other garmin device you have disconnected. You have to go through the whole process of deletion the app again if you want to re- connect the watch. Since I wear my watch all the time and value those statistics more, I don't think I'll ever do that process every time I want to use my bike. It's seriously. Not worth the hassle.
👤I was looking for a way to keep track of distance. I am good at math and it is a speed sensor. I assumed it would give me an average speed because I know how long I was riding. A quick calculation. I would have an approximate distance. I never received any speed data. The device seemed to pair to my phone, but at the end of my workout I discovered that not a single data was captured. I tried all of the techniques recommended by the web page, but no luck. This was a waste of money. I was able to return it for a full refund.
👤I use this for my trainer to know the distance of my rides. It works well indoors or outdoors. If the spokes are close together, you may need small hands to install them. Stays put when riding and connects easily to the watch. There have been no issues so far with 100 miles inside and outside.
👤The virtual trainer on my connect app is not correct, and I have a speed sensor that is active. I can't use the app while it is frozen. Won't pair correctly. When trying to see data in the app, only time used is recorded. There are tons of issues and disappointed, but not sure if it is a software bug or a problem with the sensor.
👤I noticed I was getting lower miles than I should have been when I used the Edge 820 to track my mileage. I have only used the speed sensor for a few mountain bike rides and have noticed a dramatic improvement on the mileage. The battery life is not something I can talk about since I have used it a few times.
When coupled with compatible sensors, dynamic performance monitoring provides insights on your VO2 max, recovery, training balance, heat and altitude acclimation, nutrition, hydration and more. New bike alarm, group messaging and tracking, assistance and compatibility with Varian rearview radar and lights are some of the cycling safety features. The mountain biking model has integrated Trail forks data, including trail difficulty ratings, and it includes a Furuno Cycle Map with popularity routing, which helps you ride like a local, plus off-course recalculation and back to start. The Connect IQ Store has free apps, data fields andwidgets. The dynamics of the ride include jump count, hang time and hang time, as well as Grit, a measure of the ride's difficulty, and Flow, which tracks the smoothness of your descent so you have a score to beat next time. Up to 20 hours with the gps, and up to 40 hours with the charge power pack.
👤The Edge 530 is a good bike computer. It did everything I expected, and did better than any previous one. There are people who don't understand what they are buying. A consumer electronic device is what this computer is. It will need to be updated and is not perfect. There are two more A fancy computer. No two ways about that! It isn't the top of the line, but it is more than a speedometer. I don't have anything bad to report, so I will move on to the good. My Edge 520 was good for 7 hours. The 530 ran for over 12 hours on the Seattle to Portland train. Good communication. There are no issues connecting to HR, power meter, phone, speed sensor. I had to upload maps of the area on the Edge 520. It's all built in. There are four There was no touch screen. That is a good point for me. The interface is very similar to the 520. GLONASS has added accuracy. There are improvements to the Strava segment. It is not for everyone, but it handles favorited segments very well, and it is a nice feature. The possibilities are taken to a new level. This is part of the connect IQ and allows you to download custom data fields and make your device work for you.
👤I thought buying a navigation device would make me not have headaches. I was wrong. I can't pair my Edge to my phone because it doesn't recognise my sensors, and I have to keep reseting it to turn it on. The 530 was terrible according to a review I read. I didn't trust him. You should stick to the 520. I called Garmin Support and they were nice, but there was no solution for me. They told me to wait for an update because they already had some issues with the phone. When you buy a $400 device, it's not what you expect.
👤I don't have an issue with the bike computer but the bundle is supposed to come with a Silicone case. The box has it listed on it. The bundle did not include a case and when I contacted the seller, they said their bundle did not include a case. This is BS because the case is listed in the box. I can only assume the seller got the bundle and then took the case with him. The price is the same as on the site, so I am missing a case that I paid for. The seller is not trustworthy.
👤It is very complicated. I took the unit to my local store. The Garmen unit is one of the models they sell. I asked a sales person to help me set up the navigation system. He was familiar with the system. His first words were, "This is going to take you a while to program and to figure out how to use". We spent 45 minutes trying to set up the system. It became confusing which button did what. We weren't able to have the unit save our choices even when we selected them. This was just the beginning. He was telling me how easy the touch screen system was to use. I didn't want to spend more money on another system. I paid $2,000 for my bike and now we're talking about a Garmen accessory that was going to cost $500 or more. He told me how to download and create my own routes. I had enough. I would like to ride my bike and get some information about my speed and location. I can get this from my phone with an app, which is cheaper and less frustrating. This piece of equipment is sophisticated and provides the best and most detailed data, but it is also very frustrating and time consuming to use and setup.
The Bicycle Computer IGS50S is waterproof and can be used in rainy days. The sensor is compatible with all devices that support ANT+ protocol. You can support the connection for the cycling training APPs. The sensors only support recording in the indoor training area. Support dual protocol connection. One sensor can connect to both mobile phone APP and ANT+ device to record data at the same time. The sensor should not be connected to the phone's settings. XOSS is a professional outdoor sports APP. XOSS APP is required to connect to the X1 suite speed and cadence sensor. You can get the movement track after the ride and read the recorded speed data in real time. Help me to analyze sports data to improve my performance. It's easy to install 100% wireless. The speed sensor is mounted to the hub of the wheel while the cadence sensor is mounted to the crank of the bike. Before purchasing XOSS X1 Suite Speed and Cadence Sensor, please read the product description and video tutorial to make sure it's compatible with your device or mobile app. If you have a question, please contact customer service.
👤I still have to test the functioning through the phone app and read the manual to give an opinion about the operation, the quality of the material looks good and the installation is easy, I think I can trust this brand, I had bought other cheapest computers but this XOSS X1 is really
👤The sensors made setting up speed and cadence easy.
👤Tech support said it should work on a spinning bike. The product didn't work after several e-mails. They sent me a new one, but it didn't work. The app is bad and the equipment connection is bad. Too sad and disappointing.
👤I bought a bike trainer that came with cheap sensors, but it turned out that they didn't work. They wouldn't connect to my phone or laptop. I wanted to find a way to get the speed and cadence sensors to work. The XOSS sensors worked for me immediately. They were easy to attach to the crank and the rear axel, and both my phone and laptop were able to connect to them immediately. I've only connected with a wireless device. Each sensor has a specific purpose and they are colorcoded to help keep them straight. I'm using the sensors to enable a virtual bike riding app on my laptop. In the spring, I'll probably use these to track my outdoor rides on a bike computer. I will update my review if there are any issues in the next few months.
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