This year I have taking to cycling and wanted a GPS computer to track my cycles my friends have Garmin and go a shot of the 520 and 820 to trial to see what I thought of them before buying. I really liked each and wanted my own but did not want to sped so much on a device. I seen this come up on offer on wish.com and got it for £49
The price was a steal. The computer works well and has many customisation screens that are useful. this is my first GPS bike computer. i bought a heat rate monitor and it syncs well with the computer.
I was able to get the computer set up in feet/miles yet the app only uses the metric system. it would be useful if the app used was able to be converted to feet/miles. it would also be helpful if the 10 potential screens were available somewhere. it took me a while to figure out what the 10 screens were for my customisation. It also links well into Strava. The app has very good maps and well designed to
would i buy it again, Yes, The lack of comprehensive instruction material is only a minor issue. the main issue is the app is only in metric.
Over all this has won me over I have had it running with the Garmin 820 and is just as good the data was the same
Screen 2.2 inch color screen, 240 x 320 pixels
Memory About 3000 hours data
Barometric Altimeter Yes
Data Display More than 80 data item can be customized for display
Compatible ANT+ Sensors ANT+ speed, cadence, heart rate monitor, speed & cadence combined sensor, shifting, power meter
Interface Micro USB
Battery Life About 22 hours
Physical Dimension 85 x 53.5 x 18.8mm
Package Content 1 x Cycle Computer, 1 x Micro USB Cable, 1 x Standard Bike Mount, 1 x User Manual