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I agree with everything in your review, but just have one major point to add. Another reviewer pointed out an infuriating "feature" of the cyclo 500 series - it has to repair with the sensors every time you turn it on. I actually emailed Garmin support before purchase and asked if this had been fixed and received the reply: "About the problem with the sensor, we already have released a firmware update that enhances it and fixes the problem so that the accessory can easily pair with the device."

Well that was a straight out lie, because I have found repeatedly that it doesn't pair when I turn it on and I find myself riding down the road turning the stupid thing off and on sometimes 3 times before it finally detects the sensors. If I stop for a coffee and take the head unit inside with me, it stays connected to the HR sensor but invariably loses the speed/cadence sensor and has to be repaired yet again. This is a major bug IMO and enough to make me consider this unit a lemon.

I am in discussion with Garmin Tech support about it but just getting the run around now that I have purchased.

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