Amazon.com.br:Avaliações de clientes: XOSS Bike computador GPS sem fio Bicicleta computador IPX7 à prova d'água Bluetooth 5.0 e ANT+ computador de ciclismo automático retroiluminação velocímetro e odômetro
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If you don't want to spend Garmin money but want to be able to access sensor data or just tra k distance and speed this has got you covered. A bargain for the price. Not for pros but definitely a good choice for a hobbies that wants to collect ride data.
I'm torn with this device. It has gps and can communicate with your phone and ant+ devices. That's more than your basic cateye or sigma bike computer can do at the same price.
The problem I have is the display. The viewing angle isn't great. When you look straight at it, it lacks contrast, especially with the backlight on.. It seems to be adjusted in a way that the contrast is optimal when you look at it from an angle. I thought maybe it was set this way because the device might be mounted out front on handlebars, but I remembered the device could still be out front and still be angled perpendicular to your eyes.
I asked both Xoss and the seller if they know of a way to adjust the contrast. Xoss didn't reply and the seller thought I was talking about the backlight specifically.
You can't really download gpx files or any other kind of data directly from the device or from the Xoss app. After syncing the activity, which takes longer than it should, you can have the data sync with Strava. From Strava you can download the data.
There is no health kit integration. The Xoss app asks for your age, sex, weight, height etc, which could be prefilled out if there was health kit integration. Come to think of it, I'm not even sure why that data is even needed by the app considering it doesn't use it for anything.
If you *only* want to ride outside, see your realtime data from wireless sensors, and report those routes and activity to Strava, this is a good unit and a good deal. It's well made, accuracy tracks to my Garmin watch, and battery life seems fine. The mount is very stiff, so the rubber bands stretch quite a bit mounting/unmounting it. Suspect an out-front mount is necessary if you don't want those bands to stretch out and lose the device. The app is flaky, you often have to restart it or the device to get it to connect.
The big problem for me is that while it will display speed from a sensor, it will ONLY calculate elapsed/total distance and time via GPS, which means if you, like me, are using an indoor trainer or spin bike all winter, there is no way to show/sync this info. Lost one star for that, and because the answers on the product page about this were inconsistent, the product description didn't disclose it, and the manual didn't mention it.
Lost another star because I tried to get in touch with XOSS via email and social media, never heard back. Their entire social media presence is just pointless posts that look automatic/scheduled, with comments full of people begging for support. This is apparently a huge company in China, where their app is more popular than Strava, so it's sad that they don't have real customer support.
For now I'm returning this device and running the free Wahoo Fitness or Velodash apps on a phone instead (still comparing the two), with a battery pack connected for long rides. In the spring I'll probably break down and get one of the similar, better-supported offerings from Bryton or Lezyne which *do* allow indoor training- simply because they are more trustworthy than a phone in wet weather.
No complaints for the price...has everything I wanted and links easily to strava and garmin devices. Only issue I had at all is at first I had a garmin speed and cadence sensor on my bike but the speed was showing way off. I took the speed sensor off and now just use the built in GPS for speed and it seems to works great. Still not sure why that sensor was showing weird numbers unless it was broken but the heart rate and cadence sensor pair well and show data clearly on screen! Would definitely recommend for the price.
I bought this model incase I ever wanted to purchase the cadence sending unit or heart monitor - which I don't need at this time. The unit works well for me .. reports the speed (and average speed) and has a clock, in case you need to be some where at a specific time. The lesser model would have worked well for my use now, but the price is reasonable even if I never by the accessories. The mount works well, just a quarter twist and it's on, or off, yet it is very secure while riding. My rides are never going to be 25 hours (stated battery charge interval), so charging it once a week works for me. I like the phone app - it's free, I don't know if it's really necessary, but it's fun to have the history available.
I'm new to riding a bike and all the gear you need. When I was a kid bikes had 3 gears and hand brakes. Nothing fancy. The idea of wearing a helmet would have been crazy. Now......whew. This devise is so easy to use and I had to make it hard because that's what this old folk does. Once I actually read the manual and saw all you do is turn the power on and then the button next to it for the GPS to kick in. Oh my, that simple. And it works. And you can recharge the batteries rather than need to replace. I like simple....