We run you through our Top 5 cycling computers.
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My $100 wireless Cateye kept losing contact unless it was mounted side ways on the fork three inches from the transmitter where I couldn’t read it while riding. Plainly a piece of shit. Stay away from the cheap Cateye units.
What about the Sigma Rox 10.0? How are the reviews for that cycling computer?
You really should include the iBike!,
I think the hole on my Weiner is in the wrong place, no actually I think it just twists a wee bit but that’s okay right. in the market for cycling computers to see my speed and girth
Great review but I’m staying with my Rox 10.0
Is bryton compatible in giant ride sence sensor?
I’ll just stick with a free app on my phone haha.
Here is a set of gadgets with $1 to $10 worth of electronics inside, with market prices higher than your actual bike.
will the cateye stealth 50 work on mountain bikes ?
You guys should not try to be so biased about price. Good tech costs money plain and simple. Don’t emphasize this as a huge negative towards a product. There are plenty of riders who race and desire use able training tools. The Edge 510 is very reasonable for an amazingly easy to use computer.
I love my CycleOps Joule GPS 2.0.
I am considering using my phone as a computer instead buying an actual computer but i can not find an android app that only shows what I need(speed elevation cadence gradient etc) when i am riding.Do you know something?
I went back to a wired one from wireless.
iPhone 6 with Quad Lock mount is an awesome option!
How about a review of the most useful low cost bike computers. PS electric bikes don’t have a problem keeping one charged up.
Who has a latte at the end of a ride? Awkward :p
So where is the Mio?
Yall can keep them at that price.I bought one from Wal-Mart and the brand was Bell and its not of the highest quality but it does the job and may I add that it’s VERY accurate as well.
fake cyclist at 2:24
Why you do not say about Polar
What should I buy ??
Polar V650 or Garmin Touring Plus
+Bungel2010 yes, it did.
Did you consider the App BikeCityGuide (for the smartphone) as well? (just asking, as it is a little bit different and you can see the cycled tours directly on the map afterwards)
Use a 20,000mah power bank and your phone will work all day with the screen on.
Garmin Edge 500 still has the best price / value ratio ever since it was released.
I just bought the Rox 10, is simply amazing, much better than any of those shown in the video. I don’t consider the bryton as a bike computer but a navigator. Besides, To follow a track in the mountain, i prefer the viewranger app with topo maps on a 5″ super amoled screen, not on a mini screen.
garmin 510 is the best 😉
Garmin Edge 1000
Yeah. Sigma are great computers. IMHO even better (and cheaper) than Cateye.
US $150 for the most “affordable” of the bunch? I just have to laugh at the gullibility of the amateur riders (that’s anyone who isn’t a pro in case you were wondering) who have been brainwashed by these companies into thinking that without full GPS, power metering, cadence, traffic updates, weather forecasts, Strava connectivity, etc, etc their biking “experience” is somehow incomplete. The pros can certainly benefit from some of this stuff; the rest of us don’t need $250+ plastic battery powered devices to tell us that we still suck.
300 quit for bike computer ???? FUCK YOU HAHAHHA 50 quit is more than enough