"Don't buy this unless you're happy to let it take over your life. You will be boring your friends with graphs & maps of where you've been and what zone your heart rate was in when you were climbing this and that hill.
- It is very easy to use - the touch screen is great, even with winter gloves - The mapping is excellent - As a SatNav, it is much better than adequate, but not as good as purpose built ones, e.g. no voice, only bleeps - Garmin's closed formats make integration with the likes of Google Maps a technical challenge (Edge to Maps easy, Maps to Garmin hard) - the heart rate belt just works
In short, 10/10 for fitness work, 6/10 for cycle navigation, 5/10 as a car SatNav."
Pros: High Quality, Lightweight, Versatile, Good Fit
Cons: Expensive, poor integration with google maps & earth
"I've used the old 'Air-B' inner tubes for years with _very_ few punctures. Too early to make this claim for these Michelin Latex inner tubes, but they seem similar. The only down side is that latex (slowly!) leaks air, so they need topping up occasionally (i.e. every few days, rather than hours!)."
"I bought it with Kryptonite cables to secure our tandem when touring. We use it to clamp the rear wheel inside the frame triangle to deter all but professional thieves, and the cables to include the front wheel. Time will tell if it does it's job. It is heavy, but lighter than most serious D locks. A serious lock."
Pros: Rugged, High Quality, Versatile
Cons: Expensive, Bulky
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Abus CombiFlex 202 90cm Cable Bike Lock
Given 9/10 by What Mountain Bike. This lock is roughly the same size as a mobile phone and weighs a few grams only. Compact, convenient security solution for low risk applications.
The Rolls-Royce of mudguards; they are virtually unbreakable and very elegant. The stainless steel v-shaped stays make for easy fitting and quick release secu-clips are far safer than standard fixings.