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 design is simple and easy to read in sunlight or low-light conditions. If you want to get training guidance, you can sync your workouts to your device from the TrainingPeaks and TrainerRoad apps. Improve your fitness with dynamic performance insights such as VO2 max and heart rate, and manage your efforts during tough ascents with the ClimbPro feature. Know where you are, where you are going, and how to get back to the beginning with turn prompts. The cycling awareness features give loved ones peace of mind, as well as incident detection and assistance, which both send your real-time location to emergency contacts. Know how far, fast, hard and high you have traveled with data from Galileo satellites and an altimeter. Track jump count, jump distance and hang time with mountain bikes.
👤I was looking for a simple gps unit that would display basic info during my rides. I looked at cheaper options, including XOSS G+ and I GPSPORT iGS10, but eventually ended up buying the Edge 130 Plus for the following reasons. The ability to modify the display and show only the parameters that are useful to me. Notifications from my phone can be displayed. If you're trying a new trail, you can use the ability to load a GPX track and follow it. I'm happy with the purchase, it does what I need, but I took away 2 stars because of the following reasons. The price. It costs 4-5 times more than the other units, but it does more. The Edge 130 is overpriced at $200. 2. There is complexity. More is not better. I don't use all the fitness functions, like schedule, workouts, racing segments, training calendars, VO2 Max, recovery time, IQ features, hydration, heart rate zones, power zones, challenges, health stats, performance stats, courses, segments, laps, and so on... Give us the option to completely hide those functions. I think they are too much for a small unit like this. 3. The user interface has buttons. They are not intuitive. It's also a consequence of having too many options, but the basic functions should only require one push of a button. If you need to start a ride, press the start button once, confirm or select the ride type, then press again to start the clock. To save a ride, you press the start/stop button, then scroll down to save the ride. To turn it off, you need to press the power button and confirm it is off. Is it possible to use long press a shortcut? The long press start is related. Start the ride with the settings you used before. Save the ride with a long press stop. The power off is when the press power is long. It's not that complicated. 4. There is no user-replaceable battery. There is an update on April 26/2021. I've been using the Edge 130 for a while now and decided to add one star. It works well and buttons are starting to make sense. The navigation is great, despite the small screen, because I import my courses from an external GPX editor and then load them on the Edge, all on a Windows PC. When you follow a course, the unit will keep the zoom level for the entire ride. The default zoom level doesn't give enough detail when you're on a trail, so this is very useful for mountain biking. Back to 3 stars. The Edge 130's Courses page has a strange reason for cutting the course names after 17 characters, instead of using the full width of the screen. If you have several courses, it becomes difficult to distinguish them if the names are cut short, so you need to use abbreviations. End of the world? No. Is it annoying? Yes, a bit. The way it was intended does not really work well and I was unable to get them to move from the "it works as intended" response. I suggested to use the full width of the screen and to add right-to- left scrolling when a course is highlighted, so that even longer names could be displayed in full. It was like speaking to a wall.
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 power goes from 0 to 100% in 2 hours. When the bicycle computer odometer turns off, the computer can be used for 150 hours. The computer's odometer could be used for 12 hours. The CR2032 battery is required for the sensor. The bicycle computer has 21 functions that can meet all your riding needs. There are two improvements to this product. They use alloy magnets that are more firmly attached to the spokes. If you clear the last trip data, the cycle computer could save the total kilometers. The waterproof protection of bike odometer speedometer is strengthened again to offer you the best experience. Here are the requirements to install the bicycle odometer. 1. The main unit can receive signals and work closer to the sensor than the sensor can. The computer sometimes displays a data for over 50 cm, but it does not affect all data. The closer the sensor is to the magnet, the better. 3. The sensor has a battery. Measure wheel size before you start setting the computer. The valve should be marked vertically on the surface. If you want to mark it to 0, make one full spin and stop with the valve in the same position as before. Measure the distance between the markers and put the value in the computer.
👤I have had a computer for about three months now, and can't get it to work right because of the modifications I have made. Many people have said that the plastic piece that holds the magnet is very cheap. The threads never worked. I couldn't install it on my bike. I used the old bike computer as a Magnet. The zip ties that hold the detector to the bike fork are very thin. I had zip ties in my shop. I can't get it to work most of the time, and when it does, it's not very accurate, even after I set the tire size.
👤The spoke magnet assembly is made of cheap plastic and the threads strip so easily that it's impossible to attach it to the spokes. The computer I received was set up for another bike, and it looked like it had been returned. Go figure!
👤I drove my car to track the route after placing this on my mountain bike. The bike computer was on. It was easy to setup.
👤The sensor and magnetic on the front wheel are very close to reception. I have to wake it up because it doesn't do it in auto.
👤The new one works well.
👤The piece of plastic that is attached to the spoke is a piece of plastic. You can't tighten it enough to keep it in place. The whole piece should have been made of metal.
👤A good product is 80% off. The feature of the backlight is great. Very bright!
The four classic colors for you to choose from are black, blue, red and orange. There is always one for you. The XOSS G+ bike computer wireless supports working with heart rate monitor and cadence sensor device, which presents more professional riding data. The XOSS G+ wireless cycling 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 screen of the bike gps computer is HD and has an auto-backlight to make it easy to read. IPX7 waterproof protection allows bike computer work in the rain.
👤As of Nov 2021. I have had a G+ gps bike computer for a year. The device is loose on its mount. When I hit bumps, the device will fall off the mount. The mount is covered with a very fine powder. On my trike, the accessory mount puts the device about three inches from the top of the left front wheel, and it appears that road salt gets into the mount and causes a loose connection that allows the device to bounce around. I will have to replace the mount, but I don't think this will fix the problem because of the wear on the attachment flanges. There are some software issues with the device. The device will sometimes turn itself off, which means that the workout is lost. When the device is connected to the phone app, workouts that have been recorded do not always show up as new workouts, so I need to connect the device to the phone app before new workouts show up. The time on the device is incorrect until the time setting on the XOSS app on the phone is reset, which is problematic because the time on the device is set to sync with the time on the phone. The G+GPS Bike Computer was installed about two months ago. I did not attach any sensors to it. I wanted to track speed, time cycling and distance, and it does this for me. To get the G+ to work, you need to create an XOSS account. I almost returned the G+ but decided to try it out after learning I needed to create an account with a company resident in Hong Kong. The G+ is attached to an accessory mount above the left wheel. The dark gray background of the screen makes it difficult to read the smaller numbers on the screen when moving and in bright sunlight. I only see speed when I'm riding, and I need to stop to read the other data screens. If I could mount the G+ closer to my face, it would not be a problem. The mounts provided with the G+ do not fit the accessory mount on my trike, and there is no extra rubber bushings to accommodate different mounting points. I had to make my own mounts to work. The G+ is a good device for recording data, but once you have stopped recording, the ride data can't be seen on the device. Overall, I am not impressed with the G+.
👤The cyclometer we chose has gps. The distance from the stoker's bars to the back wheel is too long for a wireless speedometer to be put by the stoker's seat. We decided to use the gps service. The gps is flaky on this cyclometer. It gets hung frequently when it tries to start. It gets hung if you stop for too long. The cure is to turn it off. That reduces your trip mileage. The device has a short battery life. The device lasts a few hours. It will be dead in the morning if it is left on overnight.
The Radar System has support for your safety, 20 hr battery, BLE 5.0, Electronic Shifting, and GNSS Satellite. To ensure the bike computer works properly, you must download the XOSS APP first. The display has an automatic backlight, 25hrs battery life, and 15 types of data recording. The XOSS G+ bike computer supports ANT+ transmission for external sensors. Capture every moment of your ride. A stable connection on every ride is ensured by built-inGPS with 3 satellites. The first positioning takes at least 30 seconds. XOSS G+ is IPX7 so that you can enjoy the cycling experience in all weather conditions.
👤I have bought several bike computers and none of them have worked. The speed/cadence module did not connect to the main unit when I got it. I was issued a return label and sent a replacement the same day. The unit is accurate with my car's odometer. The other measures will also be exact. I will be buying a new bike.
👤I never used this product on my bike. The build quality was good. This unit was average in that it was difficult to navigate with the buttons. This might be one of the more fairly priced options out there based on the features I saw in the short time I had it. It was missing a feature that was important to me, so I took the time to write a review. It would be great if the computer had some memory for two bikes. It would be on one of my bikes right now.
👤It's a bit confusing to pair this device with its add-on. Good luck when there is a group of people. Remember your ID. Once it's set up, it's great.
👤I can't connect to the hard rate sensor.
👤Es un poco complicado de sincronizar.
👤The computer and sensors work well. The instructions were not very detailed. Fortunately, there are online instructions. Great unit. The price is a huge bonus.
👤It works well but takes a long time to connect to the app.
👤Good produce for a good price. It can take a while to find the gps signal.
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.
The mount and O-rings are required to install onto the handlebar. The Dream Sport Cycle Computer is easy to install and use. Wrie anti- interference cycling computer is more reliable than wireless transmission. Basic 16 functions and two buttons make it easy to read your speed and odometer statistics. Speedometer, start/stop, speedometer, distance, Odometer, save, auto trip time, digital clock, average speedometer, max speedometer, The functions equipped are tendency, Speed Comparator, M select, Service Program, Freeze Fame Memory, Auto Power on/off, temperature, waterproof, and others. Dream sport bike computer knows when you've stopped and automatically stops counting when you're done, no matter if you're caught at a red light or stop for rest. Environment temperature is more convenient for riding. Road bicycles, mountain bikes, folding bikes, and other common bicycles are compatible with this bicycle computer. The wire length is 35.43 inches. Some electric-assist bicycles may not be compatible with this bicycle computer. The device should be compatible if the sensor and magnet can be installed within the specified distances. Please contact them if you have any questions. Dream sport has a full range of bike computers for choices and a professional engineering service for all using issues. They are trying to improve on-line service and have a 1.5 year free warranty. If you have a question about using, please contact them.
👤I now own two of these units. I bought the same model of bike after the first one worked so well. I like the wired model because it's more reliable than the wireless models. The unit is easy to use and tracks all the data I need. My first unit has been in use for 9 months and has been working great. There is a If you're looking for a bike computer that's wired, this is the one for you.
👤I have an electric bike that sits low to the ground and there is a distance between the spot where I need to put the sensor and the center of the handlebars. I tried wired computers, but they were too far away and they wouldn't work. I returned all of them because it was very frustrating. 3 or 4. I think so. The sensor cable was always too short when I bought wired computers. I sent them back. I finally found the Dream Sport Cycle Computer that I was looking for. The cable is long enough to cover the 32" I love that it has a thermometer built in, which is very accurate, along with speed and distance. The clock and timer are also included. It was very easy to install. I'm happy I found this cycle computer and it's accuracy, you can't beat it. This product is very good.
👤The vendor has contacted me 3 times, trying to make sure I'm happy. I can tell they care from the tone of their emails. It's nice to see that. Vendors who use their follow up emails as a way to get the customer to do a review have not been like that. I would do business with this company again. I use this computer to send my secondary mt. bike from one coast to the other for some island biking events. Most of these computers install the same, so it was mounted up pretty fast. I don't remember using the instructions, only the chart for inputting tire size. Setting up a smart phone is similar to installing bike computers. There's no need for instructions once you've done it a few times. Maybe that's just a guy thing. I was able to check the mph readings on my computer because I have a nearby neighborhood radar sign. The instructions' calibration chart was spot on. Everything else seems to work well. The display unit is small. The display is easy to see and not too big or small. I thought the unit's color might be too white. It looks good when placed on my bikes. I haven't ridden with it long enough to assess its accuracy, so I won't go into other technical details. The unit works well for the price I paid. I own a lot of bike computers. It's been due to owning lots of bikes that it's been too many to count. There are different brands of bike computers. Unless you are a weekend warrior who enjoys a lot of data and is very hard core about what you are doing during your workouts, it's not really necessary. I would rather spend my money on other things than on a bike computer, even though I've been in both of those groups. Most bike computers are the same way, and you just need to load in the right tire size to make it read correctly. Most people have problems getting their computer to work if they have to adjust the sensor's distance to the receiver. I've had to play around with computers to get them to do something. You're good to go once it's set. It's important to be patient and experiment. I've probably only had to return two of the bike computers I've purchased. When I read negative reviews on bike computers, I think some of the people didn't have much patience. It's not complicated, but sometimes it takes a bit of adjustment. I think you will be very happy with this computer.
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. The built-in high sensitivity gps chip is used to support three systems: gps and GLONASS, real-time tracking distance and speed, and record the cycling track automatically. A full-screen backlight and anti-dazzling design with a 2.4-inch large screen display allows you to clearly view the data from all angles in the sun or at night. The press power button can be used to adjust the backlight level. Automatic sync, uploading cycling data to your phone, support to view detailed data, and easy to view and analyze data are compatible with MEILAN app. You can use a data cable to transfer your riding records. The activities uploaded to the MEILAN app can be synchronized to other applications. You can share your cycling records with your friends on Facebook. 25 hours and ausb rechargeable. It can be used for 25 hours. Can be charged with any device that has a 5V port. You can apply for a return within 30 days if you are not happy with the product. If you have a question, please contact them.
👤I got a computer last year because I didn't like using my phone while on the bike. I had the phone in a mount but would get distracted when I looked at my speed or time and almost ate it a couple times. gps tracking, HR, Speed, daytime visible, and not huge were some of the requirements that a basic computer had. The computer does all of that very well. The only thing I would like is for the computers to automatically uploading rides to Strava. It's easy to plug in and I wait until 3-4 rides before uploading. It was great to be on the bike. It's easy after you read the directions. It doesn't fall during rides. It shows the data points I want to look at. I'm happy there. I had an issue with my gps where it would place me in north Africa, adding 10,000 miles to my ride each time it did it. I was on a few rides in a row. After I confirmed my purchase with customer support, I sent a new unit to them. It was easy to deal with. The bar mount is not the best. It will break if you move it between bikes. It's great for the price.
👤Is the Meilan M2 lo tiene todo? GPS, preciso, efectivo, velocidad a tiempo real, velocidad promedio, and so on. mediante la App de Meilan, actualiza el recorrido en Strava. Es una maravilla! Ojal mucho.
👤This is easy to use. It comes with two mounts, one for my road bike and one for my mountain bike. All of the accessories are less expensive than the big brands. It's easy to set up and read while riding. Highly recommended.
👤I enjoy riding a bike. I used to use my phone for gps. The screen on my phone broke when I dropped it. My friend suggested I buy a gps bike computer. I like it so far. It is easy to carry.
👤It works well inside. It is easy to connect to all ant+ devices. The fixing part broke when I used it 15 times. It's no longer usable. I will try and get a refund or a new one, and update the review. I contacted the seller and they were able to give me a full refund without returning the product. There's good customer service. They promised to use better materials, but wouldn't recommend the product as of yet.
👤This little device tells you everything you need to know on your ride. It works great with a heart monitor. It was a perfect purchase.
👤The company is great. They sent me videos and an email to help me understand the bike computer. I would definitely recommend it.
👤It takes a few minutes to set it up, but it works fine and records a range of metrics, including speed, cadence, heart rate and power from a range of sensors. Quite basic. It is easy to get the ride details you need by uploading the.fit file to Strava.
The bicycle computer has a HD screen and 500mAh battery, which gives you a better cycling experience. Bike computers can work normally on rainy days if you put it in the water. This bike computer has a high sensitivity gps chip and supports three systems. Fast global positioning is possible with the use of gps and GLONASS. The time will be adjusted according to the local time if you set the time zone before use. It's convenient and durable because of its small size, light weight and auto sleep function. The bike speedometer can measure speed, altitude, distance, riding time and etc. It's better for a bicyclist or fitness fanatic to record and manage their cycling data. The computer is designed for day and night. The back and right buttons can be pressed at the same time to change the backlight level. The anti-glare screen makes it easy to see the data. The wireless bike computer is very easy to install. The design of theusb rechargeable makes it compatible with any charging device. The battery can provide up to 8 hours of run time. Customers will receive a three-month replacement and one-year warranty from the date of purchase. If you have a question, please contact them immediately by email and their customer service team will help you out.
👤A nice rig. It's easy to set up and has no wires. Functionality seems to be on the mark. There can be a bit of delay. I think it's trying to get the gps signal. I don't know about battery life or durability, I only run it on a few rides. I will update the review when I do. I'm running this on a motorcycle so it will be enduring a bit more vibration and higher speed readings than it would on a bicycle.
👤I grabbed the idea from others and wanted to see if the mini bike gps devices would work for RC speed runs. The summary and important things to know are accurate. I compared it to my Sky RC. I had a speed of 54mph. The important part is here. Sometimes it takes a couple minutes to find a signal. It takes a long time to register a speed value. The gps only measures speed once every 1-2 seconds, which is less than the speed meters. I took a test and I know this. It means you have to hold top speed longer and you may have to have a longer road. The unit is small but not small as others. The reset speed button is on the back side of the vehicle so it is frustrating to have to remove it from the car or truck to reset it. You can use the supplied rubber bands. If this gps was more expensive, I would rate it with a lower star rating but, since it is affordable, and it turned out to be accurate, I wouldn't mind a big deduction in star rating. It is a budget way to know your RCs speed. Make sure you understand the limitations. If this is all you read, the overview. It's less expensive and more accurate, but it's not as fast as it could be. It's easy to mount, but it's a little bigger than other devices. The reset button is not placed in a location that is convenient. This is a good budget buy. If a smaller budget is needed, I would buy again. Hope this helps.
👤I have a couple of bikes with a distance between the wheel and the handlebars that is not ideal for a wireless computer. I went looking for options after experiencing problems with my computer. I was not excited about paying at least $100 for a bike specific gps. I was surprised that there were options for $35. I decided it was worth a try. I printed off a couple of extra mounts so I could easily share between bikes. I didn't really read the instructions until the tiny print on the instructions was gone. It was easy to find the instructions online and figure out what I was doing. I had to reset everything after I didn't understand the first step of identifying your time zone. The setup for this was much simpler than a standard bike computer. This is a basic bike computer, but it has the things I want out of it; my current speed, distance traveled, time spent riding, and the time of day. I don't need any of the extra stuff. I can swap out my bikes easily now that I have removed the wiring for the other computers. I only gave 4 starts because the reset button is on the back, and because I can't get my charge cable into the charge port when it's mounted on the bike, the mount is somewhat in.
The auto stop-start works. This computer will start recording the riding tracking when it stops for a break or waits for a traffic light. Setting up your gear and traveling more often are both things you can spend less time on. This bike computer has a high sensitivity gps chip and supports three systems. Fast global positioning is possible with the use of gps and GLONASS. The time will be adjusted according to the local time if you set the time zone before use. It's convenient and durable because of its small size, light weight and auto sleep function. The bike speedometer can measure speed, altitude, distance, riding time and etc. It's better for a bicyclist or fitness fanatic to record and manage their cycling data. The computer is designed for day and night. The back and right buttons can be pressed at the same time to change the backlight level. The anti-glare screen makes it easy to see the data. The wireless bike computer is very easy to install. The design of theusb rechargeable makes it compatible with any charging device. The battery can provide up to 8 hours of run time. Customers will receive a three-month replacement and one-year warranty from the date of purchase. If you have a question, please contact them immediately by email and their customer service team will help you out.
👤The speed of RC cars was checked by this gps. I checked the accuracy against another gps and found it to be accurate. I haven't tested it yet, but it appears to be waterproof. I didn't need the manual to setup this unit because it looked like it could use a little work. I had no setup issues despite the feature that I overlooked. I was told there is a better manual online. I have not looked for it. Most of the functions can be figured out if you have used a multi button watch.
👤I had a wired bike computer before, and even more recently, a wireless one. The bike computer was as practical and game changing as any of those. There are no wires or sensor to install anymore. You're good to go if you just install the computer itself. I was a little worried about this first, but after watching some videos and testing it myself, I definitely saw that, after waiting for a mandatoryGPS signal locking confirmation from the device, it was pretty spot on. You should check the video on YT or on here from other customers to find out how to set it up, as the instructions could be very confusing. You don't have to do anything else complicated with it once it's all set up.
👤I read that there were problems with this during set-up. I owned enough multi button watches to not experience problems. The vendor addressed this by posting instructions. I put this on the e bike folder. I didn't want to calibrate a wired unit. It works great and provides the data I need. MPH is the distance. It was perfect.
👤The device is a good value, but the underlying software needs some work, as it is very confusing and certain aspects of the interface are still unknown to me. When the gps signal is not present, the speed on the speedometer can go down by 40%, but the odometer still works well. This issue could have been mitigated by better software design. The setup button in the back is glitchy. If a button doesn't respond, it's best to give a double-tap and try again. This issue could be mitigated by better driver programming.
👤I was looking for an inexpensive device. Didn't require ANT+ connections. It was mounted on my gravel bike. On a 53 mile ride, it was within 0.1 miles of phoneGPS. It works and was even able to lock onto the gps inside while I was setting it up, despite the lag in displayed speed. There is a Instructions of minimal help can be found on YouTube. If you only want a speedometer with normal things like average speed and max speed, you're done. Get this one instead of the other at this price point.
👤I think the IPX5 rating is BS. I used it to train for races. It worked well for a couple of uses. IPX5 means that it can "sustain a low-pressure water jet spray", which is what it means when it says on the box. It wouldn't be submerged unless it got flipped over, and there would be no pressure. It was all fogged up after one trip out, even though it was splashed more than usual. I let it dry overnight, but when I plugged it in, it shorted out, luckily I didn't blow up my computer. I picked up a 6X instead of the Fenix.
The screen has been upgraded to switch the system. Before you use the C406 bike computer, you must download the Onelap Fit APP from either Apple or Google. The best 2.5 inch screen has a high definition design that can show more data items and make the data more visible. Satellite positioning systems can be used to support global navigation systems. You can take every step with confidence with fast positioning. The time information is accurate and can be calculated using gps information, support of gps and automatic time calibration. The positioning speed is affected by weather and other conditions. 9 types of professional data are included in the Comprehensive Data and Setting Functions. Provide power estimation, lap counting and data recording. C406 can meet your requirements for entry, advanced, or professional training users. The C406 is a bike computer that supports ANT+ and also supports other sensor connections. Multiple sensors of the same type can be bound. You can use this bike computer to get and share data. Without fear of wind and rain, carefully crafted, waterproof, splash-proof, dust-proof. The four classic colors for you to choose from are black, blue, red and orange. There is always one for you.
👤It looked good on paper, but lacks a lot of development. Please refer to the comments and observations that were taken while on the test road ride. The unit took 20 minutes to lock and get the gps signal. Power reading can only show "power now", no 3 secs, 10 secs, NP, etc. The distance reading for my base Rider 530 was 150 kms, but this one had 165 kms. There is a There are fixed and cumbersome date fields. There is no temperature sensor. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone who is focused on riding. A more robust, tried and true major brand name is what you should invest in.
👤This computer requires a phone app to be installed. The phone app has a lot of bugs and fails to connect to the computer. The unit I received was not able to find the gps signal in the entire ride. Don't spend your money and time.
👤The conexin is between the sensores de velocidad and the ciclo computador. Se desconectan, pero se uno sin informacin. It is en el de velocidad. He reseteado, he vuelto a sincronizar, and he embargoed el problema persiste. A montar con el elemento y a falla. No es confiable. Muy mala calidad de ese producto. Lastima tiene funcionas. The sensor de ritmo cardiaco is funciona.
👤Muy bueno me gust mucho.
👤Having no issues is connected to Strava. How does it connect to the tracker? All is good. It helps me convert to metric system.
👤El precio es una excelente alternativa. Tiene buenos acabadas, la pantalla tiene un resolucin. Se demora un par de minutos.
👤No llega el perno para montar.
👤El Magene C406 funciona. He puesto en funcionamientos, rutas de ms de 30 km. The altura is related to the nivel del mar. No establece conexinGPS, Pensé era un problema del aparato y ped cambio. No puedo ver el recorrido, pero ahora el aparato.
👤I don't know what to say about this unit. It matches the color of my bike. It's about the amount. I waited 10 minutes to get a signal. I went for a ride on a warm evening with few clouds in the sky. You've guessed...no signal. This connects to a cadence sensor and tells the time, but it's not much more than that. I'm annoyed with this unit. It sounded promising, especially with the auto uploading to Strava, which does work, so at least there's another positive. There is an option in the app settings to change the speed reading to mph, but you can't. That leads me to the app. The one that tells you to download is no longer compatible. The newer app is called OneLapfit. It's worth pointing out that items on the screen aren't as changeable as they seem. The positioning of the options on the screen is restricted to certain positions, so not as changeable as you think. The unit was promising, but let down.
👤This is a basic device and I like keeping it simple. I returned it because it wouldn't connect to the gps even after a 5 mile test, but I received a refund because the signal was useless.
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