The touchscreen Edge 510 is designed for the competitive cyclist who seeks the most accurate and comprehensive ride data. It's tough, rugged, waterproof, has a 20-hour battery life and uses a touchscreen. Supplied with a cadence sensor and HRM.
"Ive used Polar brandsand Suunto but found them too small and a pain fitting to my bike mounts (too small) Garmin Edge is perfect for the dedicated cyclist. It comes with two sets of handlebar mounts, one for my MTB and road bike. Easy to use easy to download on Garmin website, sycs easily with my Iphone. easy to set up your own preferances on the unit. Screen is OK in daylight, direct sunlight can impede but still readable. I fully recommend this CC and love the shadow function.."
"Ive cycled all sorts of races and when it comes to a tire you can trust then I recommend these tires. Ive used them in at least 20 different sportive events and never had a puncture! great handling on fast gravel/loose stones /ruts. if its wet and very technical then they are not recommended. Reasonably dry less technical, then they are perfect!"
"I have had loads of folding/removable pedals, so far these are up there in the top 3 Very light great Quality and once they are on there are no annoying gaps/clicking noises. Can be a bit tricky to remove when on bike but it is a matter of practise, I would recommend these pedals pretty attactive for a folding pedal very light and great Japenese Quality. Happy Biking"
Pros: High Quality, Lightweight
Cons: maybe the price
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Backupz Seatpost 5 LED Rear Light
This miniature headlight concentrates 5 super-bright LEDs, and offers amazing light output to mount on your seatpost.
"A great lightweight and waterproof rear light. the red diods are effective and for a first warning effective (dark Swedish lanes) I cycle both MTB and Road and unfortunatley if you are just a MTB rider then dont buy this product as the rubber clamp that you fix to the seatpost does not fit around (thicker carbon mtb seatposts) OK on my standard seatpost- A shame but why have such a small rubber band"