Cateye Stealth 50 Cycle Computer review

Cateye stealth 50 cycle computer
Cycling Weekly Verdict

With minimal miles, we've not downloaded the GPS data yet, so more to follow.

For
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    GPS ready

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    Easy to set up

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    Screen easily visable

Against
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    Have to take the unit on and off to power on/off

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Coming as a GPS computer package, the Steath 50 and ANT+ components were easy to set up thanks to a couple of YouTube tutorials.



The display unit was quick to pick up a GPS signal and easily visible on the move, constantly showing time and current speed, but can be customised to also show other data options such heart rate, cadence, journey distance etc.

Its compact size and no wires keeps ?it neat and tidy; but it does require un-mounting the unit to switch on or off.

It's minimal faff, but ?faff all the same -- especially if you only remember once you've started pedalling.

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