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Lezyne Macro GPS bike computer £49.99 @ Wiggle
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Lezyne Macro GPS bike computer £49.99 @ Wiggle

£49.99£85.4942%Wiggle Deals
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Posted 30th Nov 2019

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Cheapest turn by turn navigation bike computer around which can take various sensors.

Yes, it's not a Garmin or Wahoo but a third of the price. And yes, you could use your phone but am preaching to the converted here.

Get another £10 as a new customer once you add something to take you over £50.

Enjoy.
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9 Comments
Cycling_chum30/11/2019 10:39

Posted this a while back. …Posted this a while back. Hthhttps://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lezyne-macro-gps-4999-potentially-4048-read-post-at-chain-reaction-plus-2-tcb-3327406


That was 2+ weeks ago... Good deal then and still is now at this price.... Heat from me
THanks Op ...i ordered some wiggle hydration tablets for 1.99 and got the price down with the code to £41.99 as a new customer . people will say not a wahoo or a garmin , but what bike computer with the features it has you can get for under £42.00
Thanks again OP
Can you create a route in BikeHike course creator and copy to this for turn by turn directions? My Garmin 200 is perfect for that (very basic map ie just a black line with arrow) but is starting to get a bit flaky and battery life isn't great for a long day out.

Also, the Bryton15 is only a fiver more and possibly shows more eg temperature, gradient. Dunno how they compare?

Thanks for posting.
beeryben30/11/2019 20:17

Can you create a route in BikeHike course creator and copy to this for …Can you create a route in BikeHike course creator and copy to this for turn by turn directions? My Garmin 200 is perfect for that (very basic map ie just a black line with arrow) but is starting to get a bit flaky and battery life isn't great for a long day out.Also, the Bryton15 is only a fiver more and possibly shows more eg temperature, gradient. Dunno how they compare?Thanks for posting.


Not used before but people doing reviews suggest it is easy to transfer gpx routes to it.

The bryton one gives you a bearing which is pretty useless I'd say, whereas this one gives you turn by turn.
This brand seems to have plenty of features for the money, but many of the anectdotal user reviews suggest there are multiple issues with sensor drop out, disconnections, faulty units etc.
I'm using Lezyne micro for over a year now with aliexpress sensors and everything works perfect (on turbo trainer as well). uploading routes for navigation could be more intuitive
Thanks guys
This is a steal. I have the Micro and it's a great piece of kit. If Garmin it would be 3x price.
I would not think twice if you are looking for a bicycle gps
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