Suunto has been gradually refining the Spartan line of watches over the years. The Suunto 9 is the companies latest top of the line watch, and they have made some very competitive improvements
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Masimo MightySat Review – Pulse Oximeter for Work and Play Why look at the Masimo MightySat? Well after doing the recent review of the Garmin Fenix 5 Plus, it became apparent that one of the few benefits of the Fenix 5X Plus, over the regular Fenix 5 Plus is the addition of pulse oximetry. But…
Garmin Fenix 5 Plus Review: When More Can Mean Less OK cards on the table. To my mind, the Garmin Fenix series has never been a looker. Particularly when you compared it to the lines seen on any of the Suunto Spartan watches, and especially the new Suunto 9 – review due in shortly Personally,…
Sometimes with sports tech, it is the internals of a product which undergoes considerable updates, but the exterior…well just the colour changes. ANT+ FEC and Bluetooth FTMS now mean you have ask how will the unit perform in a Zwift Gear Test?
The Garmin Varia Radar was an absolute revelation when it first debuted in 2015. A RADAR system for your bike to inform you about road traffic behind you! Two years on, Garmin have repackaged things into the Garmin Varia RLT510, so what has changed and should you upgrade?
Garmin has such a range of products that sometimes the higher end units, like the Garmin Edge 1030 overshadow everything else – meaning terrific devices like the Garmin Edge 130 can be overlooked. If you want a new cycling GPS this summer, you need to check out this unit!
SeaSucker Talon Bike Carrier Review – A Bike Rack for Cars that Don’t do Bike Racks!! The SeaSucker Talon is the solution for people who love their bikes, but are unable to fit the bike inside, nor fit a normal bike rack on the car! I used to have a car which was 0.5cm to…
At the end of last year, the 200-pound fitness gorilla which is Garmin decided to get into the running power game. In typical Garmin style, they haven’t done it in the simplest of ways. Garmin Running Dynamics Pod is perhaps the most straightforward way to access Garmin’s power data. Let’s take a look!