Conceived as an entry-level wireless computer for riders entering the sport either to benefit their health and fitness, or to have a smaller environmental footprint, the Velo Wireless + is a nicely thought through computer with some interesting features.
It's a couple of years since I looked much at bike computers but as I'm getting a new bling bike I might take the chance to put a new computer on as well.
Currently using a Polar 725X, which is one of the watch-style ones that goes around a mount. I don't really need that style, it was just what they had at the time - I'd prefer a stem mounted fitting.
Budget computers have improved beyond recognition in recent years and with twenty-two functions, ETC’s 9-0 puts many premium brands to shame with its slim-line casing, superb build quality and crystal clear display. The inclusion of a second fitting kit offers even more smiles per mile - great for swapping between race and training mounts.
Knog are undoubtedly an innovative brand with some fantastic ideas and some equally curious monikers. However for all the N.E.R.D’s many charms, more traditional wireless computers have the edge if value for money is your highest priority.
The VDO MC1.0+ is a feature heavy computer that'll give you a wealth of information about your ride. It takes a little while to get to know all the functions, but once you do it's a great ride companion.