The Beeline smart compass is another Kickstarter darling done good. But why has a cycling navigation device, without GPS, such a success?
Recently Hammerhead has pushed out a firmware update to enable support for ANT+ radar units on the Hammerhead Karoo. I consider the Garmin Radar one of my post important safety items for cycling, so how has Hammerheads integration gone?
I’ve been using the Garmin Edge 830 for the last few months, and have been surprised this is now the best unit in Garmin’s cycling lineup!
The Hammerhead Karoo GPS runs entirely on the Android operation system. Is this new is Hammerhead GPS able to smash the competition?
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
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. Wahoo has released a smaller version of the Element – the Wahoo Elemnt Bolt, with a key selling feature that the unit has been tuned…
The original Shimano CM-1000 didn’t win any accolades with me – by that read it was a very poor camera. Undeterred Shimano has returned to the crowded action camera market with a new sensor and a couple of interesting new tricks. Let’s see if things have improved enough to worry GoPro?
It’s fair to say the Garmin Edge 1030 is the pinnacle of cycling GPS units. But is it really worth double the cost of a Wahoo Elemnt for example? That’s a question dependent on each individual wallet I think!”]It’s here! The big unit has landed! Garmin has released the replacement for its flagship Garmin Edge…
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?
Small and mighty. That might be a good over view of the Polar M450 when you look at it on paper. A shrunken version of the highly successful Polar V650. But does that loss of the touch screen hamper the Polar M450 at £114, when the Polar V650 is available for at slightly more for…
The Fenix 3 its great. It’a my personal watch. What would have made it better is an optical heart rate sensor. Well Garmin have answered my heart’s desire… The question this Garmin Fenix3 HR Review will ask, is it worth the price of admission however?