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LEZYNE Super Pro GPS Fahrradcomputer

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You can also look forward to compatibility with Strava and other 3rd party apps, including auto-sync. The Polar V650 GPS is a full color touchscreen bike computer that isn't damaging to your budget. You get navigation mapping with TOPO maps meaning real lay-of-the-land detail with your routing overlaid. It also means easy access to maps wherever you go.

Two things should determine the best bike computer for you: the features required and the amount of cash you are willing to part with. Needless to say, the more you spend, the more advanced your computer will be, but that’s not always a good thing. In its most simple form, the computer is fairly easy to use while on a ride and I experienced no issues of losing GPS signal. It relays messages as advertised and keeps the data you choose nicely organized on the screen. The mount for the computer isn't compatible with anything other than Lezyne's mounts, but it is more secure than a Garmin or Wahoo unit. The downside is limited app support for routing, with it done on a computer and uploaded – but this does support Strava. What it doesn't support is ANT+, as this is Bluetooth only, which could be a deal breaker for those who have already invested in certain sensors. The Flow app has some great data layouts for looking at your progress and updates are regular. The Super GPS has a mapping feature that is unique to the Lezyne models. Using the Ally V2 application, a destination can be selected and the application will give you routing options from your location. The application will provide you with 1-3 options that you can select by tapping the route on your smartphone screen. Once a route is selected, it will send the route to the Super GPS. As you ride, turn-by-turn directions are displayed on the screen.

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Strava segments can be seen in the Lezyne Ally V2 application and can be enabled or disabled depending on user preference. The segments work in the same manner with both Garmin and Lezyne devices, but Lezyne gives you more control over segments, where Garmin loads your starred segments, as well as Strava, selected segments based on location. We prefer the Lezyne format as it allows more user control. ANT+ and Bluetooth Smart The mapping is fairly simple (certainly not as detailed as the Garmin Edge 520 Plus) but covers everything well, and you get a turn-by-turn navigation. You need to create a route using Lezyne’s own software for that, and, generally speaking, it’s not as intuitive as the Garmin or Wahoo interface. If you want a colour screen, take a look at Lezyne’s Mega C computer, which is also smaller (but has less battery life). A mid-sized unit, the Super Pro has a 40mm by 33mm monochrome screen. That screen size is quite a bit smaller than the unit itself though, which measures 71mm by 48mm, is 26mm deep and weighs 60g. It sits quite high on the bike’s bars or stem, particularly since the standard mount is tall. Pairing the Super GPS with ANT+ and Bluetooth Smart accessories is a simple process. The type of sensor is selected in Menu-Sensors, and then the Super GPS will search for the sensor and pair following a series of confirmation prompts to ensure the correct sensor is paired. Once a sensor is paired it will automatically sync with the sensor ID each time the unit is turned on.

Lezyne also makes the Micro C GPS(also tested), which is incredibly small and lightweight and boasts all of the same features of the Super GPS with a color screen. Note: Anytime you do a firmware update by connecting the device in bootloader mode, you have to force a second update after that. If you don't, you may experience issues moving forward.Unfortunately, the route creator won’t allow you to search for locations, so you must tap on a specific place on a map to choose it as the waypoint. I was a bit pessimistic when the Lezyne Super Pro GPS unit showed up at my door. Over the years, a few companies have tried to take on the two giants of the on-bike GPS units and had little to no impact. Lezyne, known for its tools and accessories to enhance your time on and off the bike, has stepped into the proverbial GPS heavy-weight ring with its latest offerings of devices. Lezyne Super Pro and Ally + mobile app After the device is turned on again, you have a number of different options. If it happens more than once, you can choose to remove the firmware and then reinstall it.

Navigation requires loading a route from your phone to the computer. There's no pre-loaded base map, but there are turn-by-turn directions. Routing doesn't always seem to follow the least traveled roads or greenways, in my experience although you are able to select your preferences in the app, according to Lezyne. The ability to do this is a little hidden right now, but they claim to be adding a pop-up feature that will make it much more clear. The disadvantage of a touchscreen on the other hand is that, especially in the rain, the device can become difficult to operate. (The same if you are waring gloves). And the screen is just that bit more vulnerable. That shows another clear advantage of the Super Pro GPS, that it is very weatherproof and durable. You can fix the Device to your bars with the help of simple rubber bands. It takes a little bit of fiddling to get those rubber straps hooked in properly, but then the GPS is also really and surprisingly well secured and will weather anything. Lezyne has its own mounting system. It’s a bit more robust than Garmin’s, as you need to push down and turn the unit a quarter turn to engage it, so the computer is less likely to slip out. The mount sits a bit higher on the bike than Garmin’s too, although it’s attached with a similar system using two rubber bands. Broadly speaking, GPS computers fall into two categories: those with mapping and those without. Computers with detailed mapping and turn-by-turn navigation will cost more than those designed simply to display ride data (although they may also have basic mapping functionality). If you like to explore by bike, buying a GPS computer with mapping and navigation is a great way to head into unchartered territory, without getting completely lost. New styling gives the device an enhanced look and feel, and it can be rotated horizontally for those that prefer a landscape view.Lezyne's Super Pro GPS is stuffed with functions and connects easily to other sensors/apps, plus it's light, securely mounted and stays charged for potentially weeks. The navigation is poor, though, and it's not a huge step on from the older Super Navigate GPS. To update your Lezyne GPS unit, you'll need a Windows or Mac computer. No other operating systems are supported. Updating your Lezyne GPS

Once that measurement is sorted, cycling computers can work out your distance, average and maximum speed, and your ride time. You may not need all that data, or you may need far more if you’re training for a race or competition. Once loaded, users have multiple options for lighting that aren't available by the push of a button on the light itself. But the latest software update to Lezyne’s phone app adds Komoot integration, which lets you select the Komoot Tours menu option on your phone to get a listing of your mapped routes and select one to follow, which is then pushed to the GPS unit. Komoot provides a more intuitive route builder and a menu of other people’s rides to tap into.This bike computer is an awesome GPS enabled cycling computer with innovative smartphone integration. Its compact and rugged design makes it well suited to use on a variety of bikes. The price is phenomenal and it changes our expectations of cycling computers in this price range. Navigation at this price range was unheard of before the release of the Super GPS. With every new product cycle, we are more and more impressed with Lezyne; we can't wait to see what comes next. Garmin beware, a new player has arrived. Other Versions and Accessories

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