Budget cycling GPS head unit around £50, what do you think?

Posted 16th Feb 2021
I'm looking for a cheap head unit so that I don't have to use my old phone - every now and again I end up getting some VERY random stats on strava.

I'm sure there's plenty of club riders that will say that you should spend £100+ on a Garmin, but for my usage, a basic setup will suffice. I just need a GPS unit that shows my speed, connects to my HRM and cadence sensors and exports to strava.

I'm using a CooSpo sensor for my cadence and a Wahoo Tickr HRM.

The ones that have caught my eye so far are CYCPLUS M1, Xoss G+, Bryton Rider 15 , IGSSPORT ISG10

I'd be happy to go down the used/refurbed route and happy for suggestions.
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