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April 13, 2021
Works so well.It's easy to charge with any device with USB port and the battery has long life.It has a LED blacklight,easy to read at night.Small and light, but durable.Easy to install, easy to use, easy to read ,very reliable.Great value if you need a straightforward, basic bike computer.
April 13, 2021
This is a very nice very durable unit. I've used it a bunch, both on roads, and mountain trails! The GPS worked strong everywhere I've gone so far (mostly northern Utah and St George-for mountain biking). I love that it's waterproof, I put that to the test. Nice that there are no wires and easy to set up!
April 12, 2021
This was perfect for my bike. However this cyclocomputer came with its own attachment to the bike so I didn't have to buy the additional attachment item that was advertised right next to the cyclocomputer. I regret buying the additional attachment for $8.99 cause I won't be using it. I already put the cyclocomputer on my bike with the straps that came with the cyclocomputer.
April 12, 2021
This was very easy and straightforward instructions to install on my bike. It’s easy to read the numbers while I’m riding and the glare doesn’t affect it where you can’t read it. Holds a charge for a while, haven’t had to recharge it yet and it has been about a week. Now I don’t have to kill my phone battery using that.
April 12, 2021
Was looking for one that could also read temperatures as I ride my bike. Also one that had metric & "English" measures. A smart phone app can do most of the features of this device, but you'll have to switch pages. I use this "bike PC" along with a smallish tablet. That last one is just for the map GPS (& of course, ph. calls). While the Lixada does the bike road trip monitoring functions. Excellent value & functionality.
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April 7, 2021
Overall, this seems like a well made item. The handlebar mount fits pretty securely with a neoprene O ring, similar to the mount on a Sigma computer. One great feature is that you can fit the mount to the stem, since the unit can fit onto the mount 4 ways at right angles. You need to use the spacer foam if fitting to the handlebars. The sensor unit has an O ring seal, and uses a CR2032 battery (included). It works well on suspension forks, and it's easy to get the sensor close enough to the magnet. The display is good, although my old eyes struggle to read the smaller numbers in the lower part, and overall, the contrast is a little lower than my old Sigma BC700. Setup is dead easy, being initiated with a long press of the mode button, much more convenient than the miniature, recessed reset buttons of some computers. It seems to take about 4 seconds for the computer to stop after you've stopped the bike, so average speed measurements are a little out compared with my other computers with auto start/stop, such as the Sigma. I really like that you can do a reset of all the trip data (time, av speed, max speed, trip distance) with a single long press of the set button. I particularly wanted a computer that recorded trip distance to two decimal places - and they are surprisingly uncommon. Comparing trip distance with my Sigma, which I spent a lot of time calibrating on a known course, the Lixada seems to underestimate distance slightly. In order to make the distance reading match the Sigma, I have to set the wheel circumference to 2237, compared with the actual 2205 used for the Sigma. Then the Lixada slightly over estimates speed. The most significant downside of the Lixada is that it shows trip time in hours and minutes, using 4 characters. I've never done a ride over 6 hours, and not many people will, so I'm not sure what they were thinking. By contrast, the Sigma shows trip time in hours, minutes and seconds, up to 9:59:59 which is more than enough. As delivered, the rechargeable battery was at 1 bar, or 20% capacity, but it did at least charge up to 5 bars, and hopefully battery capacity has not been degraded too much by it having been in a low state of charge for presumably a reasonably long time.
April 6, 2021
Bike computers add to the experience of riding. I like seeing the mileage, the speed, the average. What I really like about this computer: 1. large easy to read screen. Easy bottom buttons to scroll the screens. 2. Assembly and mounting is not too challenging and needs no tools. It's an excellent cycling computer. It is easy to install and directions were clear and easy to understand.
July 29, 2019
The unit is easy to operate and install, and works very well.It has a function of a clock and a speedometer so I could know if I needed to work a little harder to be on time to where I was going. This is a large enough display without too much information, perfect for an errand-running, commuter bike that is built to get the job done effectively and frugally.
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