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Sportif newbieSportif newbie Posts: 17
edited March 2013 in Road buying advice
I'm looking for a wireless trip computer, a nice but cheap one any suggestions....??????

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  • TrickleTrickle Posts: 22
    Assuming you want a computer to just record where you have been ready for upload to Strava. Bryton 20 was the cheapest one I could find that had been reviewed on various sites.

    http://www.bikeradar.com/gear/category/ ... r-12-46229

    Pricing is £75-80, not £140.

    The mainstream competition is the Garmin 200 which is £90 ish. [Or your smartphone if the battery is up to it]
  • deswellerdesweller Posts: 5,271
    The Cateye units seem to be well thought of. Take a stroll down to your LBS, they're bound to have something.
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  • SproolSprool Posts: 1,022
    Trickle wrote:
    Assuming you want a computer to just record where you have been ready for upload to Strava. Bryton 20 was the cheapest one I could find that had been reviewed on various sites.

    http://www.bikeradar.com/gear/category/ ... r-12-46229

    Pricing is £75-80, not £140.

    The mainstream competition is the Garmin 200 which is £90 ish. [Or your smartphone if the battery is up to it]
    Can you upload a route from your pc into the Bryton 20? Seems a bit overkill paying for a gps unit when the OP only wants a wireless trip computer. You can get a basic Decathlon one for £14.99.
  • TrickleTrickle Posts: 22
    Didn't realise 'trip computer' was a dedicated established term so my answer won't be of much use.
    Can you upload a route from your pc into the Bryton 20?

    For turn by turn directions? No.
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