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Garmin Speed Sensor 2

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Great to improve distance accuracy, especially with mountain bike riding
Cycling Enthusiast
Dublin, OH
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Garmin GPS head units typically under report distance when riding winding trails with switchbacks. Adding a Garmin Speed Sensor to your bike fixes this issue and provides real distance recorded at the wheel. Highly recommended.

Reviewed 8/14/2020
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Works well
by BB in AZ
Cycling Enthusiast
AZ
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Quick easy installation. Paired easily to Garmin 1030.

Reviewed 8/3/2020
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Works great
by Jim O
Cycling Enthusiast
Thornton, CO
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Works great out of the box and is easy to install

Reviewed 8/3/2020
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Works fine, but readings sometimes bounce around.
by Six-O
Cycling Enthusiast
SE Texas
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

I enjoy not having to attach a magnet to a spoke to use this sensor. But speed gets erratic when cycling over bridges and roads with a lot of steel in them. The sensor seems to get confused or sends distorted signals to my Garmin head unit. Some others in our club notice the same thing.

Reviewed 11/21/2019
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So far it's working fine.
by Michael Barnes
Cycling Enthusiast
East Bay
2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.

Provides a more accurate measure of distance and speed if satellite reception is weak, like in an area with lots of tunnels. However, you should do an manual wheel roll-out with a metric tape measure. The sensor basically counts wheel rotations, just like the old wired cyclometers, so it's only as accurate as your wheel roll-out. The Garmin devices will attempt to estimate your wheel diameter for you, but it is wildly inaccurate. Don't trust it.

Reviewed 4/3/2020
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Best yet
by Trainsauce
Gresham
1 of 1 customers found this review helpful.

Paired to edge 530 & edge explore immediately. It saves 300hrs of data if your computer runs out of juice.

Reviewed 6/23/2019
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