An easy to use computer packed with functions including cadence, but the screen isn't the clearest
Simple to use computer with a clear display, but some might find it lacking in features
Really compact bike computer that you can swap between bikes. Good value, but could be easier to use and the web service still needs work.
Beautifully designed, easy to use computer albeit expensive compared with ordinary wireless models
Well constructed but the heart rate function is too basic for serious training
Does what it says it'll do with little fuss, but software isn't as slick as new generation of GPS based cycle computers
Excellent, simple-to-use GPS computer for everyday mile logging backed up by powerful activity portal
Key racing or training information in one compact wireless package, but you can't upload its data or customise its screens
Capable computer with cadence and heart rate functions and Polar's web resource to help you get the maximum out of it
Tough, no hassle cycle computer that does the basics and does them well
Decent computer with heart rate and altitude functions plus basic power measurement when used alongside a Kurt turbo trainer
GPS-enabled bike computer with masses of navigation and performance-measuring capability – the best device of its kind
Highly featured, highly capable cycling computer, but highly expensive too
Simple-to-use PC-compatible bike computer with heart rate and altimeter functions; pricey though
Well made, user friendly and easy to fit. You're paying extra for some quirky features in addition to the usual.
Compact, light, attractive and reliable, with all the basic features. What's not to like?
Good value, well made computer with all the functions of its wireless stablemate but at half the price
Compact, easy to read computer, but a backlight would make it even better
Well made, easy to use cycle computer with good range of useful functions
Good quality computer with all the functions you need for everyday riding