Featuring a large 2. 2-inch, 240 x 320 high-resolution screen with color graphics, this computer helps you quickly and easily identify specific data fields, and as the Loaded version, includes a Flow Sensor heart rate strap, Cadence Speed Flow Sensor, a Forward Mount, and a neat carrying box. This GPS is jam-packed with tech features to help you get the most out of your ride and it pairs with any iOS or Android device, through the free Lezyne Ally V2 app, providing you with turn-by-turn navigation, Strava Live Segments, and phone notifications (incoming calls, texts, and message app notifications) helping you stay connected while still getting in those long rides. Among the many features of this computer, the Mega Color GPS enjoys Glonass connectivity, ANT+, and a built-in barometer and accelerometer. It still connects to the GPS network and broadcasts via Bluetooth, but the added features make it even more effective. This is especially true of the barometer and accelerometer, which reduce the dead spots and wonky readings that occasionally result when a handheld device is communicating on a sub-meter scale with a positioning satellite some 12,550 miles removed from your handlebars. Elevation information comes to you in real-time, showing you descent, ascent, and current stats, while also keeping track of calories burned.
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