Summary: When comparing this GPS bike computer to a standard speedometer bike computer, which tracks your wheel rotations and estimates distance, this is a big upgrade. At the price (about twice what you pay for a basic Cateye speedometer), I think it's worth the extra money.
Summary: The Garmin 200 is a nice little gadget to log mileage with. It is probably not the choice if you need turn by turn directions. But, for accurate tracking of mileage, speeds, elevation and calories it is perfect for me.
Excerpt: This gismo turned out to be exactly what I wanted. I have only one complaint, but it is significant. The distance is not at all accurate. If you ride perfectly straight it is fine, but it only records about 80% of actual distance when you're on twisty singletrack.
Pros: Lightweight, Ease of use, Easy to attach to bike, All the functions I wanted @ low price
Summary: first gps cycling computer for me as most are too expensive. garmin are offering a $30 rebate currently so this is great value. love the fact no wires or magnet needed on wheel spokes and transferable between bikes (it comes with 2 mounts and spare rubber bands - i need a 3rd mount which i see sells...
Summary: I have had a Garmin Forerunner 305 for quite a while now and since I was very happy with it I decided to buy a Garmin brand GPS for my bike. It is a nice unit that is easy to use. I've used it on several rides since getting it and everything has worked well and as expected. No surprises.
Summary: Bought this product last October for a Christmas gift for my wife. Gave it to her, but unable to use it till recently. Pretty easy to set up, although I got it backwards the first time putting it on her bike. She loves using it and is very easy to negotiate the features.
Summary: Good visibility, easy to read. Seems very accurate. My wife already has one of these on her bike, and I got one to match. Biggest drawbacks in my opinion are that it doesn't show your max speed and it doesn't start automatically when you start riding.