Summary: This was for a entry level rider. Replaced a non GPS computer. This was a Garmin refurbished device.It's like new and great price. Great delivery. It's easy to save the ride data on Garmin connect. My friend really likes it.
Summary: This thing works great. Does just what it says, and seems very accurate. I also like that it's just this one piece of hardware (plus mount) on the bike, and doesn't require sensors on the frame and wheel like other computers.
Summary: To begin, I highly recommend this to anyone who cycles for fitness at a beginner to intermediate level. The Unit - This is a fantastic basic bike computer. The unit operates on a series of GPS signals to compute in real time the speed, distance traveled, calories burned, etc.
Summary: This is a simple computer to record miles to Endomondo & Strava. I set it to remind me to drink or eat every 20-30 min. Easy to upload data to those two sites. Durable. The rubber bands & locking device are compatible with most fat stems and handle bars.
Summary: I bought this because I was tired of dealing with my phone and MapMyRide. The Connect software allows one to link this device to a MapMyRide account to share data. I was looking at the more expensive models and settled on this one. I have no regrets as it does everything but turn by turn.
Summary: This works exactly how I wanted. I almost opted for the more expensive one after reading some people's reviews. People were saying things such as it skips zig zags, but for me, that's just not the case. I ride road and some gravel trails on a cyclocross bike.
Summary: I really like this little GPS! This thing has worked great for me! I love being able to upload my route and view it after a ride. If you are going to get a traditional computer for your bike that has magnets to mount to the spokes and calibrate, save a little more money and buy this thing.