I am well aware there have been some pretty similar threads recently, but having trawled through them, I am still confused and pretty much none the wiser, so thanks for any help!
I'm looking for a basic GPS recorder, that I can mount to my handlebar or stem (renthal duo - doesn't exactly look stem friendly! ) , or chuck in my rucksack pocket. I'll be using it to record rides, and then upload to Strava when I get home and I'd quite like a per second sampling rate (what is the sampling rate of a basic android phone, out of interest?).
I'd quite like it to have a decent battery life, and cost less than £100, but the cheaper the better.
So the question is, do I opt for a GPS device such a Garmin (I was looking at the Edge 200, but it only has a 4 second sampling rate), or a cheap android phone like a Motorola Defy Mini, or something else (it would be used as a my normal phone too)?
Thanks so much for any help!
Oh yeah, bonus props for answering this : If I ride a strava segment twice in the same ride, which one does it show?