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Wahoo elemnt gps computer bundle £229 @ Sigma sport
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Wahoo elemnt gps computer bundle £229 @ Sigma sport

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Been looking for a decent GPS bundle.

This looks like the best around for the price and free delivery as wahoo itself is sold out.
10% off for new customers as well

If better out there would love to hear as new to cycling
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Decent, 5£ more on wiggle so new customers can check which one works better if sigma or wiggle
I’d rather have the bolt
I have been using one of these for a while and it’s a great bundle to help training. I think it is great and well worth spending this cash on.

I prefer the size of the element to the bolt, easier to read the map or have more info on the screen. Each to their own though
You don't get more on screen? Just more screen.
That looks like a great piece of kit but way more than I need and way more than I want to spend!

Any suggestions for a gps unit that will give me the basics? I'd like to be able to upload to Strava or similar to keep a track of my efforts but I dont need to worry about heart rate, cadence etc, it's purely for logging my fitness.
AwesomeDawson05/02/2020 14:09

I’d rather have the bolt


What's the rational on bolt over this? Really interested to know your view
logges05/02/2020 15:08

What's the rational on bolt over this? Really interested to know your view


Aero gains bruh
AwesomeDawson05/02/2020 15:09

Aero gains bruh


OK. I'm only starting out so not soo fussed on performance aerodynamic gains "at this stage". Thanks for he comment
Soldyoursoul05/02/2020 15:01

That looks like a great piece of kit but way more than I need and way more …That looks like a great piece of kit but way more than I need and way more than I want to spend! Any suggestions for a gps unit that will give me the basics? I'd like to be able to upload to Strava or similar to keep a track of my efforts but I dont need to worry about heart rate, cadence etc, it's purely for logging my fitness.



putting your phone in your back pocket with strata on will give you the basics to look at after your ride.
xboxone57305/02/2020 16:02

putting your phone in your back pocket with strata on will give you the …putting your phone in your back pocket with strata on will give you the basics to look at after your ride.


As I thought I'd clearly posted, I'm looking for a gps unit (cycle computer) oh, and I don't want to put my phone of a bracket on the bars either.
Soldyoursoul05/02/2020 16:11

As I thought I'd clearly posted, I'm looking for a gps unit (cycle …As I thought I'd clearly posted, I'm looking for a gps unit (cycle computer) oh, and I don't want to put my phone of a bracket on the bars either.


How about this I posted? a lot cheaper and still available:
hotukdeals.com/dea…262
muhasib07/02/2020 14:27

How about this I posted? a lot cheaper and still …How about this I posted? a lot cheaper and still available:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/garmin-edge-130-3395262


Cheers. I might have a look and see how much the prices are for used models but really I was looking at around £50
Anyone else having trouble opening the speed n cadence I had to send mine back to wiggle, was a night
Soldyoursoul07/02/2020 14:33

Cheers. I might have a look and see how much the prices are for used …Cheers. I might have a look and see how much the prices are for used models but really I was looking at around £50


Garmin edge 130 at £100 is a steal. Does everything an average person may need minus mapping and navigation. But you can upload and follow a track with no map. Which works surprisingly well.
Used ones are around the £80 mark for a decent condition. I know as I'm selling mine.
basergorkobal09/02/2020 09:39

Garmin edge 130 at £100 is a steal. Does everything an average person may …Garmin edge 130 at £100 is a steal. Does everything an average person may need minus mapping and navigation. But you can upload and follow a track with no map. Which works surprisingly well.Used ones are around the £80 mark for a decent condition. I know as I'm selling mine.


Thanks, but I don't really feel the need to drop that amount on one. The less I spend on stuff like this, the longer I can spend out of this country, most likely Mexico That's my motivation!
Soldyoursoul07/02/2020 14:33

Cheers. I might have a look and see how much the prices are for used …Cheers. I might have a look and see how much the prices are for used models but really I was looking at around £50


You could pick up older garmin models for around £50,but I'd be very wary of some of them. I sold my Edge 25 (for £80) because the battery life was so poor.

IMHO the 200 (the edge model prior to the 25)is better than the 25. Slightly larger but double the battery life (in my real world experience). It just lacks Bluetooth connectivity. I bought the 25 to use for LeJog, but ended up using the 200 and it was brilliant. I've also done lots of riding in France just following bread trail courses, backed up by my phone occasionally.

I'm summary, I would strongly suggest you use Strava on your phone for a bit (in your back pocket) and you'll then see how much navigation assistance you REALLY NEED on the handlebars. Some people find that they don't need any. The cheaper garmins will only give you very basic nav (bread trail), whereas spend £150+ and you can stick maps on them.

If you don't want to wait, buy a garmin Edge 200 on fleabay and see how you get on. (or the garmin Edge 25 if you need Bluetooth but aren't going to ride anything longer than say 3hrs)

Cheers
muhasib07/02/2020 14:27

How about this I posted? a lot cheaper and still …How about this I posted? a lot cheaper and still available:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/garmin-edge-130-3395262


What about any of the Lezyne models? The super seems cheaper and with a few more features
basergorkobal09/02/2020 09:39

Garmin edge 130 at £100 is a steal. Does everything an average person may …Garmin edge 130 at £100 is a steal. Does everything an average person may need minus mapping and navigation. But you can upload and follow a track with no map. Which works surprisingly well.Used ones are around the £80 mark for a decent condition. I know as I'm selling mine.


Same question.

Thanks for your input guys, it's appreciated
Soldyoursoul09/02/2020 11:48

What about any of the Lezyne models? The super seems cheaper and with a …What about any of the Lezyne models? The super seems cheaper and with a few more featuresSame question. Thanks for your input guys, it's appreciated


Yep, I've always wondered about the Lezyne units. They look pretty good value and well featured, but hardly anyone seems to use them.

For most people, what you need is something that records your ride data (position, duration and speed etc), provides some for if route following, and can sync the data with Strava.

I seem to recall that mapping options weren't that great but don't quote me on that.

If you're not in anyway a bike snob and don't need highly detailed mapping, then Lezyne may be a cost effective option......
I use an Xperia Ray.
Soldyoursoul09/02/2020 11:48

What about any of the Lezyne models? The super seems cheaper and with a …What about any of the Lezyne models? The super seems cheaper and with a few more featuresSame question. Thanks for your input guys, it's appreciated


If you're not bothered about navigation and it's purely about logging your ride then you can get a garmin speed sensor 2 for £29.99 which links to the Garmin app to record your distance and speed.
muhasib09/02/2020 20:40

If you're not bothered about navigation and it's purely about logging your …If you're not bothered about navigation and it's purely about logging your ride then you can get a garmin speed sensor 2 for £29.99 which links to the Garmin app to record your distance and speed.


I’m happy to be corrected... but the Garmin app doesn’t have any ability to record.
buddn0710/02/2020 07:31

I’m happy to be corrected... but the Garmin app doesn’t have any ability to …I’m happy to be corrected... but the Garmin app doesn’t have any ability to record.


It is the sensor that stores the ride data 'off line cache' so that it can be uploaded to garmin connect later (and Strava), the following article explains it better than me:

dcrainmaker.com/201…tml
muhasib10/02/2020 15:39

It is the sensor that stores the ride data 'off line cache' so that it can …It is the sensor that stores the ride data 'off line cache' so that it can be uploaded to garmin connect later (and Strava), the following article explains it better than me:https://www.dcrainmaker.com/2019/04/garmin-speed-cadence-sensors-v2-with-ant-bluetooth-smart-in-depth-review.html



Well... consider me corrected.
I'm a big sports tech fan, and have read most DCR articles. Must have missed this one!
Wahoo are a really great company with regards to after care. They replaced my device free of charge, even though it got broken by my accident in a hospital CT scanner and was out of warranty. Products generally work well too.
For anyone thinking of this. Arrived and a cracking bit of kit including all the sensors. Works perfectly with strava. Very pleased with this once it's all setup
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