Small and lightweight GPS computer that's easy to use and offers uploadable ride information
Interesting, but some way to go; needs more development in version 2
Garmin's Edge 25 is the smallest GPS computer we've ever tested, and it's easy to use as well
Touchscreen GPS computer with some neat features, although the lack of ANT+ connectivity will be a problem for many people
GPS-enabled bike computer with masses of navigation and performance-measuring capability
A smart little device and all round package that makes those dark winter rides a little bit safer; easy set up too
The best dedicated GPS unit yet, but not without its flaws
Impressive training and data recording package let down a bit by poor instructions and clunky user interface
The Satcount performs the GPS functions well but there are still a few quirks with the operating software and the interface
An absolute joy to use, with a host of unique but useful features
Likeable, larger-than-life outdoor phone with tough construction & exceptional battery life
German GPS contender that just isn't waterproof enough to cut it
Well-priced GPS unit with easy upgrades
Top of the pile for mapping-capable, bar-mounted GPS units, but not without its limitations.
Very clever GPS bike computer that's relatively easy to use, but only worth the price hike over the Edge 500 if you're going to use alongside a smartphone
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.
Excellent, simple-to-use GPS computer for everyday mile logging backed up by powerful activity portal
Well-made GPS unit with good range of data and built-in UK mapping. Feels a bit like a work in progress at times.
GPS-enabled bike computer with masses of navigation and performance-measuring capability – the best device of its kind
Neat, self-contained GPS computer with excellent downloadable ride info