• Sigma Sport ROX 10.0 Basic GPS, Black
Sigma Sport ROX 10.0 Basic GPS, Black

Sigma Sport ROX 10.0 Basic GPS, Black

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  • Simple and logical operation with a permanent navigation toolbar, 1.7" full dot-matrix LCD display
  • GPS track navigation, digital 3 axis compass, power compatible, elevation profile with ascents and descents, altitude, temperature, lap counter
  • Route navigation and guidance along a previously loaded or saved route, set waypoints to mark points of interest along the route
  • Includes DATA CENTER 3 with complete mapping functionality
  • Integrated Li-ion rechargeable battery with micro USB cable

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I really love this computerI really love this computer! I have had absolutely no problems with running it. However, like some other reviews have noted, even with the transmitters, the GPS does tend to loose contact. But, I mostly think that is because of the areas I am using it in. The buttons are hard to get used to at first but, they eventually 'break in' after use. I have very small hands, which also might be a plus in using the buttons. It is a very detailed unit. And, it takes a lot of messing with to learn all of its functions. But, for a bike computer, I think it is extremely well made and solid. I've had the advantage of comparing this unit to my husband's Garmin and even though I think the Garmin is a really nice unit as well, I still think this unit is more solidly built for using outdoors on my bike. We usually ride 50 to 80 miles per day. Unfortunately, my Lupus makes me unstable at times and I have flopped a few times. This unit is bigger and tougher and after two wrecks, the unit did not even move or scratch! I am confident it will not break easily! 5Five StarsFantastic ! 5Its good, but not for the impatientOk, so far. Usability could be improved. For example, need to press three buttons to turn it on for a ride (on, mode, start). It turns itself off when I take a short break which is annoying because I forget to turn it back on. The auto-shutdown time is probably configurable, but diving into the settings is complicated. It doesn't come with a manual so you have to look up how to configure it online. The cradle that is included isn't very good so don't forget to go online and order the free replacement. The replacement holds it a lot more securely. 4Five Starsi like it that I got 2 5Delivers what it advertises - How about thatI'm not a competitive rider but rather ride for fitness. It does all I need and then some. I am using the ANT+ connection with Wahoo's heart sensor and bontrager's cadence and speed senors. It was fairly easy to setup and bind with my sensors. For visibility it has a blush back light (configurable for up to 10 minutes on time) for night; Its easy to read in bright daylight, too. The buttons are nice and firm and fairly easy to push while riding. You move through information by pressing a left(-) or right(+) button at the bottom of the unit. My unit came with instructions to download a desktop application where you can download and backup your ride data to your PC. I was glad this solution didn't tie you down to a cell phone and my data isn't all over the place. The software, like the bike unit, has a plethora of graphical data points including speed, cadence, effort % range, elevation power, calories, averages by ride/week/month, and maps showing where your rode. It does more but that's a quick run down. As someone in software development, I will say it is one of the nicer applications I have used lately. You can also connect with other users, find and download routes in your area, but I have not used that feature. Its easy on batteries, I usually charge it after 75-80 miles. It will warn you when the memory is low by indicating approximately how many minutes are left for recording so you know when to do a data dump to your PC. There are apparently different mounts out there for this model, but mine came with the latest/greatest which looks like a red and black puck. No issues with this product staying put on the handle bar.My only qualms about is that it uses a heart rate sensor to calculate calories. So if you don't have a sensor you won't get that data. Also, calories are displayed in a submenu instead of on one of the top menus. 5Great computer.Does it all at an affordable price. If you can live with buttons rather than a touch screen, this is an excellent bike computer. 5Lots of dataMore features and less cost than a lot of competitors. 5It's just OK, but not much beyond that...My primary expectation was to capture data from my training rides; glancing ocasionally at current speed/distance/heart rate while riding. Any other bells & whistles didn't matter to me.Pro's- value priced; hands down best value on the market- Ant+ setup was a breeze, and with non-Sigma devices (I have Giant & Motorola sensors)- ability to set up device via computer app; no need to fiddle with buttons navigating arcane menus- pretty good data capture (1s intervals; compatible w/other GPS formats) & on board memory capacityCon's:- hard to read the display when wearing sunglasses w/polarized lenses;- if you're 50+ like myself, you won't be reading much from the screen without your reading glasses; Screen customization can help a bit, but not much in my experience.- buttons somewhat stiff to operate. The force needed to activate 'enter' button would frequently unlock the device from the bracket. It has to be pretty much two-hand operation.And finally, the biggest shortcoming of all - its Sigma Data Center software. Apart from really good device setup menu options, everything else is far below my expectations. Full of convoluted menus and feature navigations, while obscuring the very essence of purpose - just import my ride every time I connect, pop up the basic stats for the ride, and season cumulative. How hard is that?Tried to export data to Excel spreadsheet (as I did w/old Garmin), but that proved to be useless too: no observation timestamps; altitude shown in [m] indicate 161000 m... No wonder I'm out of air...But there's hope - better app would make this device much better deal. Hopefully Sigma realizes that. 3Perfect WORKS amazinglyPerfect WORKS amazingly 5It's Not Perfect, but It's Pretty GoodI got this unit just before making a trip to New Zealand for a month's vacation. I wanted the GPS direction feature because the roads are very confusing and add in the left side riding and the sun north instead of south, it messes with my inner compass.It took a little doing to get everything set up but now that I have been using it for a few weeks, I'm liking it better and better. The unit synced up to my ANT+ cadence/speed unit flawlessly. The GPS connects relatively quickly, but you probably want to set it searching while you get your gloves and helmet on. By then, it is ready to roll.I am using GPSies mapping to route out my rides. One of my first rides involved riding around in a smallish area where my track overlapped itself. First issue, it doesn't tell you which track to take, but it will tell you that you are off track - but that isn't always reliable. I have gotten a few false warnings, so you need to study the map you install before heading out. After I adapted to this, it hasn't been much of a problem. I also wonder if the riding on the "wrong" side of the road is messing with the unit.On the plus side, I have been able to head out on some pretty adventurous rides in areas where I don't know the roads and haven't gotten lost yet (bewildered a couple times and wondered if it was leading me right - it was.)I love the included Sigma Data Center. Incredible amount of information to study if you like. I especially like the degree of climb and rise rate that is included given the hilly rides I have been on.All in all a pretty impressive unit and about 20% the cost of the high end gps units. 4
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I really love this computerI really love this computer! I have had absolutely no problems with running it. However, like some other reviews have noted, even with the transmitters, the GPS does tend to loose contact. But, I mostly think that is because of the areas I am using it in. The buttons are hard to get used to at first but, they eventually 'break in' after use. I have very small hands, which also might be a plus in using the buttons. It is a very detailed unit. And, it takes a lot of messing with to learn all of its functions. But, for a bike computer, I think it is extremely well made and solid. I've had the advantage of comparing this unit to my husband's Garmin and even though I think the Garmin is a really nice unit as well, I still think this unit is more solidly built for using outdoors on my bike. We usually ride 50 to 80 miles per day. Unfortunately, my Lupus makes me unstable at times and I have flopped a few times. This unit is bigger and tougher and after two wrecks, the unit did not even move or scratch! I am confident it will not break easily! 5Five StarsFantastic ! 5Its good, but not for the impatientOk, so far. Usability could be improved. For example, need to press three buttons to turn it on for a ride (on, mode, start). It turns itself off when I take a short break which is annoying because I forget to turn it back on. The auto-shutdown time is probably configurable, but diving into the settings is complicated. It doesn't come with a manual so you have to look up how to configure it online. The cradle that is included isn't very good so don't forget to go online and order the free replacement. The replacement holds it a lot more securely. 4Five Starsi like it that I got 2 5Delivers what it advertises - How about thatI'm not a competitive rider but rather ride for fitness. It does all I need and then some. I am using the ANT+ connection with Wahoo's heart sensor and bontrager's cadence and speed senors. It was fairly easy to setup and bind with my sensors. For visibility it has a blush back light (configurable for up to 10 minutes on time) for night; Its easy to read in bright daylight, too. The buttons are nice and firm and fairly easy to push while riding. You move through information by pressing a left(-) or right(+) button at the bottom of the unit. My unit came with instructions to download a desktop application where you can download and backup your ride data to your PC. I was glad this solution didn't tie you down to a cell phone and my data isn't all over the place. The software, like the bike unit, has a plethora of graphical data points including speed, cadence, effort % range, elevation power, calories, averages by ride/week/month, and maps showing where your rode. It does more but that's a quick run down. As someone in software development, I will say it is one of the nicer applications I have used lately. You can also connect with other users, find and download routes in your area, but I have not used that feature. Its easy on batteries, I usually charge it after 75-80 miles. It will warn you when the memory is low by indicating approximately how many minutes are left for recording so you know when to do a data dump to your PC. There are apparently different mounts out there for this model, but mine came with the latest/greatest which looks like a red and black puck. No issues with this product staying put on the handle bar.My only qualms about is that it uses a heart rate sensor to calculate calories. So if you don't have a sensor you won't get that data. Also, calories are displayed in a submenu instead of on one of the top menus. 5Great computer.Does it all at an affordable price. If you can live with buttons rather than a touch screen, this is an excellent bike computer. 5Lots of dataMore features and less cost than a lot of competitors. 5It's just OK, but not much beyond that...My primary expectation was to capture data from my training rides; glancing ocasionally at current speed/distance/heart rate while riding. Any other bells & whistles didn't matter to me.Pro's- value priced; hands down best value on the market- Ant+ setup was a breeze, and with non-Sigma devices (I have Giant & Motorola sensors)- ability to set up device via computer app; no need to fiddle with buttons navigating arcane menus- pretty good data capture (1s intervals; compatible w/other GPS formats) & on board memory capacityCon's:- hard to read the display when wearing sunglasses w/polarized lenses;- if you're 50+ like myself, you won't be reading much from the screen without your reading glasses; Screen customization can help a bit, but not much in my experience.- buttons somewhat stiff to operate. The force needed to activate 'enter' button would frequently unlock the device from the bracket. It has to be pretty much two-hand operation.And finally, the biggest shortcoming of all - its Sigma Data Center software. Apart from really good device setup menu options, everything else is far below my expectations. Full of convoluted menus and feature navigations, while obscuring the very essence of purpose - just import my ride every time I connect, pop up the basic stats for the ride, and season cumulative. How hard is that?Tried to export data to Excel spreadsheet (as I did w/old Garmin), but that proved to be useless too: no observation timestamps; altitude shown in [m] indicate 161000 m... No wonder I'm out of air...But there's hope - better app would make this device much better deal. Hopefully Sigma realizes that. 3Perfect WORKS amazinglyPerfect WORKS amazingly 5It's Not Perfect, but It's Pretty GoodI got this unit just before making a trip to New Zealand for a month's vacation. I wanted the GPS direction feature because the roads are very confusing and add in the left side riding and the sun north instead of south, it messes with my inner compass.It took a little doing to get everything set up but now that I have been using it for a few weeks, I'm liking it better and better. The unit synced up to my ANT+ cadence/speed unit flawlessly. The GPS connects relatively quickly, but you probably want to set it searching while you get your gloves and helmet on. By then, it is ready to roll.I am using GPSies mapping to route out my rides. One of my first rides involved riding around in a smallish area where my track overlapped itself. First issue, it doesn't tell you which track to take, but it will tell you that you are off track - but that isn't always reliable. I have gotten a few false warnings, so you need to study the map you install before heading out. After I adapted to this, it hasn't been much of a problem. I also wonder if the riding on the "wrong" side of the road is messing with the unit.On the plus side, I have been able to head out on some pretty adventurous rides in areas where I don't know the roads and haven't gotten lost yet (bewildered a couple times and wondered if it was leading me right - it was.)I love the included Sigma Data Center. Incredible amount of information to study if you like. I especially like the degree of climb and rise rate that is included given the hilly rides I have been on.All in all a pretty impressive unit and about 20% the cost of the high end gps units. 4
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