Lezyne Super Pro Enhanced Gps Bike Computer Review

Paul Norman Tuesday, April 28, 2020 - 14:22 A viable alternative to a Garmin Edge, the Lezyne Super Pro Enhanced GPS bike computer packs a lot of functionality at a competitive price 4.0 / 5 £135 A few years ago, Garmin had cornered the market for bike computers , with its name becoming the eponym for a bike GPS device. But more recently, competitors have upped their game, with Wahoo’s Elemnt series offering novel functionality and Lezyne too producing increasingly sophisticated devices. At £135, the Lezyne Super Pro Enhanced GPS bike computer offers a compelling alternative to the slightly smaller £150 Garmin Edge 130. A mid-sized unit, the Super Pro has a 40mm by 33mm monochrome screen. That screen size is quite a bit smaller than the unit itself though, which measures 71mm by 48mm, is 26mm deep and weighs 60g. It sits quite high on the bike’s bars or ...

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