★360°Rotation - Easily adjust your phone to any angle that suits your preference, providing good experience for you cycling, walking and shopping etc.
★What You Get: ① SKYWING Bike Phone Mount.② SKYWING Wood Phone Stand(Gift).③ Feedback Card.④ Warranty Card. We offer a【2-Year warranty for quality-related issues】
【★★★NEW ARRIVAL,Normal price $12.99,Limited Promotional price $6.99,Only ONE day,Only order ONE ★★★】★Quick Release Bike Phone Holder: One-Hand Quick Release your phone New amazing design. Updated to be detachable.No need to disassemble the whole bike phone mount. Easily take your phone from the bike for emails, calls, selfie during a biking journey.
★Protect Your Phone: Made of high quality materials, no any break/pop-out pop after strict vibration tests,flexibly stretched to fit all 4.0"-6.5" phones.iPhone X/XS/XS Max/XR /8/8 Plus/7/ 7 Plus/6/6 Plus, Samsung S10/s10 Plus/S10e/S9/S9 Plus/S8/S8 Plus/ S7 Edge, and other Android smart phones.
★Nice & Sturdy: The premium hard plastic material will keep from breaking. The silicone net, unlike rubber, is extremely strong and durable. The material stretches up to 4 times itself, and will secure your phone on the wildest of adventures.
Ant+ connectivity and Bluetooth Low energy technology Let you sync to Garmin Connect and other training apps, compatible devices and fitness equipment for better data when you ride indoors and outdoors.
The odometer feature tracks your distance to help plan for bicycle maintenance.
Once set up, you’ll get accurate speed and distance at all times — even without a head unit.
The speed sensor 2 attaches to the hub of either wheel. You can set up wheel size in our Garmin connect online community or self-calibrate with an edge cycling computer or compatible Garmin device.
I was using just the Garmin Edge 820 to track my mileage and noticed I was consistently getting lower miles than I should have been. I’ve only used the speed sensor for a few mountain bike rides and noticed a dramatic improvement on the overall mileage. I can’t speak about the battery life since I’ve just used it a few times.
Guanrantee - If you are not satisfied with your purchase, you may return your mount for a full refund.
31.8mm diameter and Come with 25.4mm handlebar Gaskets - Compatible with most bike 31.8mm and 25.4mm bar clamp diameter handlebar
Durable - Made of plastic-steel,Reliable quality,can be long time use under strong sunshine or wet place.
Compatible Devices:Edge 25 130 200 500 510 520 530 800 810 820 830 GPS Bike Computer
Eay to install - This mount is easy to install by yourself in 2 minutes
I needed two specific things in an out-front mount for a new, high-end eBike. First, it had to be thin enough to work around all of the fixed cabling on the bikes handlebars. Second, it had to securely hold my Garmin Edge in all sorts of touring conditions. This Thinvik mount did both things well. I had no trouble attaching the mount to the fat bars on the new bike, and routing around the cabling was no problem, thanks to the Thinvik mount's slim profile. Then last week I was able to test the integrity of the mount. I took the bike on a five-day tour of rural Indiana and Kentucky that included backroads that were so bumpy that I lost one water bottle. My Garmin Edge remained solidly locked in. The other thing that I like about the Thinvik mount is that it costs a fraction of the Garmin version of the same mount.
Rotatable by 360 Degrees: It Presents the Best Viewing Angle on Bike Handlebars Ranging from 18 - 40mm (0.71 - 1.57in) in Diameter
Compatible for Most Devices: As Wide as 1.97-3.94 Inches; This Phone Holder Frees Your Hands up so You Do Not Miss Any Fun on the Exciting Ride
Practical and Useful: Keeps Your Device Within Reach Anytime; Simple Push on the Button to Instantly Release Your Phone
Easy to Install and Remove: Screw the Flipper to Hold Firmly and Remove the Bike Phone Mount Easily by Hand
Multiple Protections: Non-slip Rubber Grip Cradles of the Bicycle Phone Mount Secures Your Device All-around to Guard Against Any Accidental Falls. Protect Your Device on Your next Thrilling Bicycle Journey Perfectly
At first glance I loved it. But then I went to assemble the unit to use and it wouldn't assemble. You're suppose to put the silicone web between the holder and the mount and then slide the holder onto the mount. But the silicone web doesn't allow the mount to slide onto the mount because of the thickness. The silicone web is what holds your phone securely on while you're riding. I then tried to see if the mount would slide on without the web and it slide right on. The problem now is that the holder will not slide off of the mount. I cannot use the phone holder at all because I will not use it without the web and you can't get the web on because it's too thick to fit between the holder and the mount. And now I can't get the holder to disengage from the mount. So just wasted pieces of plastic to me. Can't use it.
Follow up to my last review.
I have to take back my low rating. The shipper contacted me after I left my first review. They helped me resolve my issue and even sent me a photo to help. I was able to put the silicone webbing onto the mount. It actually was able to stretch over the clamp and is now positioned between the mount and holder. Now, its outside and not in between the actual mount and holder where it actually connects. You have to stretch one of the webbing holes in the middle and pull it over the mount to sit between the mount and holder. And it still works this way! Thank you for helping me.
Includes routable Garmin Cycle Map with popularity routing - helps you ride like a local - plus on-device route creation and off-course recalculation; mountain biking model has integrated Trail forks data
Cycling safety features include bike alarm, group messaging and tracking, compatibility with Variant rearview radar and lights so you can see and be seen (when paired with your compatible smartphone)
Battery life: up to 20 hours with GPS; works with Garmin Charge power pack for up to 40 hours of additional battery life
Performance GPS cycling computer with mapping and touchscreen
MTB dynamics track jump count, jump distance, hang time, and Grit, a measure of the ride?s difficulty, and Flow, which tracks the smoothness of your descent so you have a score to beat next time
Dynamic performance monitoring provides insights on your VO2 max, recovery, training load focus, heat and altitude acclimation, nutrition, hydration and more when paired with compatible sensors
Customize with free apps, widgets and data fields from the Connect IQ Store. Sensor compatibility - ANT+, BLE
I just got the Garmin 830 sensor bundle touch screen cycling computer. The size is perfect. Touch screen works well. The display is easily visible during the ride and very responsive. There is an option where you can plot your course by using the Garmin App on your phone and then you can push the course to the Garmin. For my first ride, it gave me a lot of “off course” alerts as when the route was created, it sometimes had me on the highway vs. the bike path. The GPS by default was set for Smart mode, probably designed to save battery life. But If you look at the pictures of my ride, it cuts corners. I changed the setting to every second and I will see how it goes. I used the speed sensor and the cadence sensors which I like a lot. I could not find a way to tell the speed sensor which straps to the wheel axel the size of my tires. On your ride you can swipe the screen to see different pages of data. One of the screens has a nice picture view of the on coming elevation changes so you know in advance if a hill is coming, if your close to finishing a climb or it you will be going down a hill. Another change I had to make was to add the heart rate data field to the Garmin. By default, Garmin does not include heart rate on any of the screens even though a HR strap is included in the box. It was easy to add during my ride and now it’s there moving forward. The 830 also assumed my ride was a Mountain ride. There is a setting under Activity Profiles that lets you change your Default Ride Type. Over all I am pleased with this new model and I highly recommend it. The price hurts a little.
Download, pair, configure and ride! Wahoo's free ELEMNT Companion App automates pairing and manages the configuration process for fast, frustration free setup.
Build a route and get pop-up and LED turn-by-turn notifications on screen so you never miss a turn.
Automatic route downloads and uploads with compatible third party apps: Strava, Ride With GPS, Best Bike Split, Komoot, Singletracks, MTB Project
Fully integrates with Strava Live Segments to give you accurate progress status and the Final Push to beat your goals.
Package includes: Wahoo ELEMNT BOLT, Integrated Aero Out-Front mount, stem mount, and charging cable.
Amazing bundle, it comes with a cadence sensor for your cranks, a speed sensor for your wheel hub, the head unit, and a chest heart rate sensor. They connect amazing, and the integration with Strava is amazing. They also work great with Zwift for you indoor cyclists, and don't require an ANT+ adapter as they are Bluetooth compatible. Amazing customizability, accurate. I would not recommend this for entry cyclists as it is a large investment, but if you are committed to cycling, totally worth the money.
Automatically Receives Activity Data When Compatible Fitness Device Is Within Range
Plugs Into Computer's USB Port
USB ANT Stick for Compatible Garmin fitness devices
USB ANT Stick
Allows Access To Garmin(r) Training Center--software To Analyze Activities and Create Workouts
Garmin USB ANT Stick
This does the job, with a catch. I run OSX, and for the life of me I could not get the native Garmin ANT+ Agent to detect my HRM and cadence sensor. Fortunately, I bought this specifically to use with the TrainerRoad cycling software, and TR picked up both of my devices almost immediately. The range seems somewhat lousy - my trainer is about 5 feet away from a Mac Mini, and even with a direct line of sight between my devices and the USB stick, TR reports the signal quality as "Poor". I also have an Edge 500, and as a test, I walked about 20 feet away from the Edge and the Mac. The Edge kept tracking my heart rate, while the USB stick lost comms with the HRM.
All in all it does what it should, though the range could be better and the software implementation could be a bit more helpful. The ANT+ agent should pair with devices easily, and could be a source of frustration for anyone not using it with third party software specifically designed to make use of it. Other than that, it works just fine.
The cadence sensor 2 fastens to any size crank arm and measures pedal strokes per minute so you can get the most out of your training.
Compatible with multiple Garmin devices.
ANT+ connectivity and BLUETOOTH Low Energy technology let you send cadence data to our Garmin Connect online community and other training apps, compatible devices and fitness equipment for better data when you ride indoors and outdoors.
I've only used the cadence sensor for a couple months, but so far it is meeting my highest expectations. It was easy to install and was quickly detected by my Edge 810 bike computer. The sensor allowed me to identify the best cadence for me and has eliminated my use of high cadences on hills.
☑Sturdy & Secure: Made of improved premium silicone, both of flexibility and firmness perform better than the old version, absorbing all shocks as well as avoids phone surface scratches. Elastic silicone bands tie your phone firmly to the bike even on a bumpy rocky road.
☑ Easy Installation: The elastic silicone belts makes it so simple to attach or detach from any size handlebars of bike, motorbikes, or a baby stroller.
☑ Full Access & Hands Free: Open-face design delivers complete access to all buttons and inputs of the smart phones. Easy to function your phone without taking it out from the case.
☑ Universal Bike Mount: Perfect fits all smart phones with Screen Size from 4.5"-6.0": iPhone 11 Pro Max/11/11 Pro/ XS MAX/ XR/XS/8 Plus/8/7 Plus/7/6S Plus/6S, Samsung Galaxy Note 10/S10/S9/S8/S7 Edge/S7/S6, LG G5/G4,etc.
☑ Risk-free Purchase: You will not only get this solid bike phone holder you ever need.
This is a great phone holder. I have a Pixel 3 (regular, not the XL) and it fits nice and snug. I've been using it a few days on my commute which is smooth but took it on a much bumpier route recently, and my phone never fell off. It's really secure and with a pixel, the mount doesn't block the fingerprint sensor on the back.
It's super easy to attach to the bike and being all soft rubbery plastic, it's much lighter than many of the larger phone mounts out there. It grabs the bar tightly too. The adjustable strap means you don't have to worry about spacers. Any size bar will work. It does lay flat on the handlebars so you'll need to be sure you space for the width of your phone, but unless your handlebars are filled with gadgets, that shouldn't be a problem.
Battery life: up to 20 hours with GPS; works with Garmin Charge power pack for up to 40 hours of additional battery life
Includes routable Garmin Cycle Map with popularity routing — which helps you ride like a local — plus off-course recalculation and back to start; mountain biking model has integrated Trail forks data, including trail difficulty ratings
MTB dynamics track jump count, jump distance and hang time as well as Grit, a measure of the ride’s difficulty, and Flow, which tracks the smoothness of your descent so you have a score to beat next time
Cycling safety features include new bike alarm, group messaging and tracking, assistance and compatibility with Variant rearview radar and lights so you can see and be seen (when device is paired with your compatible smartphone)
Performance GPS cycling computer with mapping and touchscreen. Compatible with Vector (power meter). Power meter compatible (displays power data from compatible third-party ANT+-enabled power meters)
Customize with free apps, widgets and data fields from the Connect IQ Store
Dynamic performance monitoring provides insights on your VO2 max, recovery, training balance, heat and altitude acclimation, nutrition, hydration and more when paired with compatible sensors
The Edge 530 is a very good GPS enabled bike computer. It does everything I expected of it, and did it better than any predecessor.
Reading other reviews, there appear to be buyers who do not understand what they are buying.
This computer is:
1) A consumer electronic device. That means it is not perfect and will require updates.
2) A fancy bike computer. No 2 ways about that! It isn't the top of the line Garmin, but it is much more than a speedometer.
I don't have any bad details to report, so I will move on to the good:
1) Very good battery life. My Edge 520 was good for 7-8 hours (GPS, power meter, HR, cadence, etc). The 530 ran on STP (Seattle to Portland) for 12+ hours and had 38% battery remaining at the end.
2) Good connectivity. No issues connecting to HR, power meter, phone, speed sensor, etc.
3) Maps out of the box. On the Edge 520 I needed to upload maps of an area, not any more. It is all built in.
4) No touch screen. For me that is a good point. The interface is very similar to the 520...good for me!
5) GLONASS - added accuracy
6) Strava segment improvements. Not for everyone, but it handles favorited segments very well (compares you to KOM, PB, recent best, last time, friends best)
The possibility of programming your own screens is not new, but it is a very nice feature. This takes the possibilities to a new level. This is part of the Connect IQ and allows you to download custom data fields/screens and make your device really work for you.
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