Polar has a large range of sports watches, and the new Polar M200 has been launched as the companies, one-two punch, with GPS tracking and optical HRM budget watch. At £130 RRP the Polar M200 may be a very interesting proposition. But what has Polar had to do in order to hit that price point?
It’s here! The big unit has landed! Garmin has released the replacement for its flagship Garmin Edge 1000. But there have been a lot of changes in the cycling GPS market. Have other manufacturers and Garmin’s other units made the Edge 1030 a bit of a white elephant? Read on to find out!
Last year Wahoo caused a bit of an upset in the GPS world releasing the Wahoo Elemnt to go head to head with the lead products from Garmin and Polar. For 2017 Wahoo has released a smaller version of the Element – the Wahoo Elemnt Bolt, with a key selling feature that the unit has…
For 2017 the Polar M460 receives a small spec bump from the original Polar M450. But Polar clearly shows that tight dimensions and even tighter pricing doesn’t mean you have to skimp on features. Plus if you ice the cake with Strava Live Segments, you might have a winning device!
Has a year of further firmware development and new hardware in the form of optical heart rate monitoring made the Suunto Spartan into the watch we had always dreamt of, or it all spec sheet and no substance?
The Garmin Fenix 5 is out! The successor to the phenomenally successful Garmin Fenix 3. Has Garmin taken all the lessons learnt since the Fenix 3 was released in 2015, and made the Fenix 5 a must buy? Or does the Fenix 5 have an Achilles heel that might keep it from greatness? Let’s see!
Zwift iOS Beta invites are now rolling out to the the eagerly waiting Zwifters. As such positioning your iPhone in your Zwift setup has just become a much more important issue than just shoving the phone in a jersey pocket (eew sweat!), or plonking it on a desk. I’m not a great fan of custom…
Gone of the days of TomTom purely being a car GPS system. Now TomTom is powering the tech behind Apple Maps, and has successfully branched out into sports gear – hence this review of the TomTom Spark Cardio – Running, music and optical HR, what more could you want?