GPS Cycle computers – Cateye Stealth or something else……..

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  • Premier Icon turboferret
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    Looks like good value for a GPS computer, but certainly not the same as something like a Garmin Edge, albeit at a significantly lower cost.

    The BikeRadar review wasn’t massively glowing, but if you’re just looking for something slightly more advanced than a typical basic cycle computer, then it might be just what you’re looking for.

    Personally I’d spend a few more £ and go for an Edge 500, they should be available pretty cheaply now the 510 is out.

    Cheers, Rich

    Jamie
    Member

    Isn’t the Edge 200 the go-to basic GPS computer?

    Premier Icon turboferret
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    Edge 200 is great value, but doesn’t do ANT+ for HR straps etc. If no HR required, then the 200 looks like a better option than the Cateye

    Cheers, Rich

    Premier Icon akira
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    Got an edge 200, you can pick it up for about eight quid. Very nice and easy to use.

    Premier Icon turboferret
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    At £8 that’s certainly the deal of the day 😀

    Cheers, Rich

    trail_rat
    Member

    stealth got slated to hell in the mags didnt it for propriatory data – basically was useless for anything.

    look at bryton sport – they recently did updates meaning you dont need their software to use the data – makes them more useful imo.

    Thinking of asking Santa for one.

    New Cateye Stealth looks nice, any others to consider?

    Thanks in advance,

    Alan.

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