This is an expensive bike computer, so we expected a lot from it, and the Boardman certainly delivers.
Its 22 functions are packed into an easy-to-operate head unit. Information from the altimeter, cadence and temperature sensors is genuinely useful when training.
The display provides plenty of data, with clarity. Setting it up takes longer than most, thanks to the addition of a cadence sensor. The default altimeter height on our test unit was below sea level, which produced some strange readings before we realised.
This is definitely worth considering if you’re planning on getting more technical with your training, but don’t want to spend a fortune on a GPS unit.
|Name||22 Function Wireless Computer (13)|
|Description||Functions: current speed, maximum speed, average speed, average speed comparison, trip distance, odometer, ride time, total ride time, a clock, auto start/stop, a backlight, cadence sensor, temperature, altimeter and an alarm.|
|Dimensions||45 x 55 x 20mm|