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  • Which gps bike computer ?
  • Premier Icon Saccades
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    Looking for a non-mapping gps that i can connect a HRM to and be able to link to strava, basically a fancy bike computer.

    Ideally with a 12hr+ life too.

    Any recomendations please ?

    Premier Icon boxelder
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    Lezyne super GPS. Excellent mount, 24hr battery, good price. Will do navigation via a phone when needed.

    Premier Icon onewheelgood
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    Garmin 520 currently on Sport Pursuit. I was happy with mine for a few years until I left it on top of the car when I drove off.

    Premier Icon redmist
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    In my experience the functionality and reliability of garmin has been almost faultless. Choose to fit your requirements and budget. Couldn’t recommend lezyne. I had two that were returned under warranty straight out of the box because they simply didn’t work. One wouldn’t even turn on.

    Premier Icon mattbee
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    Second Lezyne. My Macro has been great, Battery lasts for 24 plus hours and charges quickly. It will do nav if you’re desperate, breadcrumb trail style but it’s basically a gps enabled cycle computer and is brill for that.

    Premier Icon fitnessischeating
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    …you want mapping really… buy my 810 from the classifieds 😉

    Premier Icon drofluf
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    I’d go for a Wahoo ELEMNT; it does have mapping which I know you don’t want but is useful to have. I’ve been realaly pleased with mine: simple to set up; easy to sync with my sensors; customisable screens; simple to use and reliable.

    Premier Icon dazzzzbo
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    I’ve got a garmin 1000 and it’s been brilliant. I did fancy a wahoo elmnt but the fact the garmin could connect to my tacx sold it for me.
    I think the wahoo can connect now aswell.

    Premier Icon petec
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    you can turn off the map page on a Wahoo of course…

    although why you’d want to?

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