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Lezyne Micro Cycle GPS - £60 @ Wiggle

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Posted 31st Oct 2018
Lezyne Micro Cycle GPS £50 with code NCVUK for new customers.
same price at Chain reaction with code for new customers NCV2018
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Can this connect to MapMyRide? I always see Strava supported, but I prefer MapMyRide after having a poor experience with Strava. I can't find MayMyRide support mentioned so I guess not.
Thats actually a really good computer, especially for that price. Would make an excellent christmas gift for any avid cycling enthusiast (as long as they dont already have a computer, you dont really need two of them.)

The only reason why im not pulling the trigger is because I already have a cycling computer
Price has risen to £75 with code on wiggle. Chain reaction is the place to go!
Edited by: "gingerjust" 1st Nov 2018
Hope it's better than the picture. Heart rate 12.7mph!?
Is a decent phone case and suitable app not the way to go? Genuine question.

Can see the attraction of hard buttons over touchscreen etc though.
da_murphster1 h, 25 m ago

Is a decent phone case and suitable app not the way to go? Genuine …Is a decent phone case and suitable app not the way to go? Genuine question.Can see the attraction of hard buttons over touchscreen etc though.


-I will use it with speed sensor on turbo trainer, strava app on phone always takes speed from gps
-Better battery life
-with a bike computer you don't look like a pokemon go player :-)
Pulled the trigger on this , need a new cycling computer as my garmin 500 Which has been a good servant over the last 3 years is taking forever to find satellites and sometime mid ride just turns off.

I did have one question , does this use the same
Mounts as a garmin ?
da_murphster11 h, 1 m ago

Is a decent phone case and suitable app not the way to go? Genuine …Is a decent phone case and suitable app not the way to go? Genuine question.Can see the attraction of hard buttons over touchscreen etc though.


If you are ok with battery life and only want GPS, phone is ok. I used to do that, then I got a gps and it kind of helps getting you out for exercise (you've paid, you have to use kind of thinking). Also no worries about dropping it or the constant vibrations.
If you have cadence sensor and HR then you would need gps.
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