One for all: The Navi-training watch for the wrist Fenix made by Garmin as replacing some classic bike computer.
Traditional GPS lumps do not come close to my bike, even if colleagues rave about it. A watch on your wrist is a much less conspicuous even if the 70×70 pixels and can display very bulky fails with the robust aluminum housing. Using the supplied power cord and the USB charging clip can upload to PC and outlet the Fenix. You have to unfortunately do constantly. In recording mode, the juice was in the test after at 22 hours away, although Garmin advertises utopian 50 hours.
Pass from power-on to receive a GPS signal from a few seconds to three minutes. On the bike allows the three-line display equip with the most important values such as speed, altitude and distance. About ANT + can be linked also load cranks next pulse and cadence sensors. On a pure cycling watches (like Chronologicalwatches), the Fenix but does not come close. But for precisely the GPS functions are added: For the coarse navigation of a previously loaded on the clock tracks the display ranges without card that lies behind it. The training record for later evaluation on the PC, for example, on Garmin Connect, works flawlessly.