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Bryton Rider 50 GPS Computer -

by Bryton
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)

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  • Boxed-product Weight: 499 g
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  • Item model number: 10530050
  • ASIN: B005LEO2SG
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 17 Jan 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 157,829 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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The Bryton Rider50 is a versatile GPS bicycle computer. Its innovative design and its functions help you to develop a training programme suitable for your needs. The Rider 50 also possesses a display well-readable in the sunlight, so that you are able to detect properly the Basemap+ and the direction of travel even under extreme conditions.The internal 2 GB flash memory and the accompanying microSD card enable you to install additional cards, download training plans and store GPS track data. Data can be exchanged easily with other Rider 50 via the Knock KnockTM function. Bryton Sport.com helps you to remain motivated, measure and compare yourself against other sportspersons worldwide and to meet in the Internet. You can directly upload your data from your Rider 50, analyse them, follow your progress and do a lot more. Compete with your friends, discover new ways or research the free nature.Features: GPS: High-Sensitivity ChipsetDisplay: 2.2" Color Transflective TFT LCDWaterproof: IPX7Accepted Data Card: micro SD CardMax battery hours: 15Wireless interface: 2.4 GHz ANT+Connection Interface: Mini USBCoordinate Format: GWS84 (Degrees/Minutes/Seconds, Decimal Degrees)Record POI: 10,000 pointsLog history: 10,000 kmTraining Options: Fitness / Simple / Advanced / Zone Based* / Interval* / Lap*My BuddyTM: YesBarometer: YesDigital Compass: YesOperating Temperature: -15C ~ 50CMap: Preloaded Detailed Maps, POIs and Bike RoutesDevice Weight: 106 gDimension WxHxD: 54.7 x 96 x 21.6 mm*HRM or Speed/Cadence Sensor is required


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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Better than Garmin 31 Dec 2012
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Well priced and has HD maps of UK , Connecting to Strav etc is easy via bryton bridge , and the 5 position joystick is easier to use than a touch screen on the garmin especially with gloves on
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good once you can understand how to work it 13 Feb 2013
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I had been looking for a GPS enabled computer for my road and mountain cycling and was put off by the very high costs of Garmin products. Then saw a review on bikeradar for this which helped me make up my mind. It arrived promptly and certainly looks good and now that I have got it working, it is straightforward and great to use.

BUT - I have a Mac and initially could not load it on my home computer nor seemingly download the software, even using the supplied CD. It transpires that you must have the latest operating system from Apple so I had to pay for upgrades. Finally I was able to get set up but the instructions are not user friendly and I really struggled to work out how to use and work properly.

I did get some email advice from Bryton's technical department but in the end I phoned them and spoke to a very helpful guy who patiently talked me through everything.

So a couple of weeks in I have been out on several rides/walks/runs and it is great, especially once I worked out how to download on to Strava which is brilliant. It comes with some basic maps and full OS maps can be added. The screen can display everything from speed, time, temperature, gradient, compass and loads more which is useful.

Overall 4 stars, with clearer instructions it would get 5.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
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ANT+ GPS devices are the de facto of the serious cyclist and those wishing to scrutinize their stats on the web. Most people who can call themselves a cyclist have heard of Strava.
This GPS moves things on further than numbers and statistics - this GPS is a mapping device. It allows you to create and subsequently follow routes you have created on the Bryton website.
The supplied maps are basic ones taken from the OpenStreetMap project. Later versions of this device have used Ordnance Survey mapping. The former are the maps my device are loaded with and they have been excellent for the road riding I have done. The only problems I have encountered are where I have created a route down country tracks not suitable for the road bike. So a little care is needed when creating your routes on the Bryton website.
There have been various updates to the Bryton website through which all Bryton devices connect to using the Bryton Bridge software. This allows uploading and downloading of tracks and updating of firmware in your device. It all works flawlessly but there are times where I have thought some of its processes to be a little on the slow side. When creating routes (on the current site 18/06/2013) I find there to be a lack of obvious information - namely ascent/descent.
The rest is pretty much intuitive. Saving, sharing, downloading etc.
The device itself is admirably small - but not so small as to make the mapping display useless. All displays are prominent and easily readable when out on the bike. A nice touch is the auto illuminating display - when ambient light falls and makes the display harder to read - the backlight comes on.
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