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Bryton Aero 60 GPS Bike Computer £114.99 @ TriUK
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Bryton Aero 60 GPS Bike Computer £114.99 @ TriUK

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Posted 14th MayEdited by:"plap"
Costs £134 @ Amazon / £149 at Chain Reaction and Wiggle

Well-specced bicycle computer with epic battery life (32 hours) and Bluetooth/ANT+ support for sensors. Phone app links the unit with route planning/metrics sites Strava, Komoot and Ride with GPS.

£110 + £4.99 p&p

Cheaper than Garmin or Wahoo etc. and provides plenty of data and even allows turn by turn navigation (and Open Street Map basemaps) instead of breadcrumb trails like most other models in this price class.

More details can be found... on the internet ;-)

Happy cycling all.
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I’m completely new to cycling. But I use map my ride. I presume this is much better. But what does it do that my iPhone doesn’t?
barrycatto14/05/2020 19:49

I’m completely new to cycling. But I use map my ride. I presume this is m …I’m completely new to cycling. But I use map my ride. I presume this is much better. But what does it do that my iPhone doesn’t?


Yes mobiles are great - dedicated bike GPS offers more detailed tracking (which probably doesn't matter), so advantage is battery life mainly for long rides, waterproof (but then why cycle when it rains? ;-)) - and being less paranoid about phone dropping or running hot and slowly killing the batteries.
cyclingweekly.com/new…209
barrycatto14/05/2020 19:49

I’m completely new to cycling. But I use map my ride. I presume this is m …I’m completely new to cycling. But I use map my ride. I presume this is much better. But what does it do that my iPhone doesn’t?


You can pick up second hand garmins on ebay for between 50-60, over a phone you can attach HRM, power meters, cadence sensors etc. As the other poster said these last a lot better than a phone. The garmins have live tracking ( so people can track you) and live segmenst so you can race yourself.
But if you use your phone on the handlebars just for GPS navigation on short rides then it probably is better to stick to the phone: compared with phones the bicycle computers have clunky interfaces and menus, and your route has to be pre-planned - it is a faff too alter the route halfway through etc. whilst on a smartphone with Google Maps that is a doddle
Off the debate of phones v dedicated unit. How does this compare to similar priced garmin.
Has anyone experience of both?
plap14/05/2020 19:56

Yes mobiles are great - dedicated bike GPS offers more detailed tracking …Yes mobiles are great - dedicated bike GPS offers more detailed tracking (which probably doesn't matter), so advantage is battery life mainly for long rides, waterproof (but then why cycle when it rains? ;-)) - and being less paranoid about phone dropping or running hot and slowly killing the batteries.https://www.cyclingweekly.com/news/product-news/gps-app-phone-vs-cycling-computer-354209


I was going to tek the slash and say dynamo... no, not the little awkward lad from bradford, but the original free bicycle power supply... a qwik look on ebay and theres one with usb lol... thats me dragon den idea wiped art....
Thanks, just purchased this. I have been using a Bryton Rider 100 and it's a great little unit, but time for an upgrade.

I've tried Garmins in the past, and while they are undoubtedly good at what they do, they are much more expensive. The Bryton units provide the basic information that I need on my bike, at a more palatable cost.
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