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Two for Today: Hammerhead & Lezyne

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HAMMERHEAD KAROO 2

hammerhead karoo 2

If you want the absolute highest resolution cycling computer available, look no further than the Hammerhead Karoo 2. Featuring twice the pixel density of most cycling computers at 292 pixels per inch, it displays all your data and maps extremely clearly. And thanks to an anti-glare, durable Dragontrail Glass screen, which also beads off water, you can view this gorgeous display in any conditions. Touchscreen controls allow you to intuitively use the unit like you would your phone, or you can use the four buttons on the side if you prefer a tactile feel. And a quad core processor gives this unit more power than ever, all in a package that’s 40-percent smaller and 33-percent lighter than the original Karoo.

$399; hammerhead.io

LEZYNE MEGA C GPS

lezyne mega c gps

With the Mega C GPS, Lezyne proves that a fullfeatured GPS need not cost an arm and a leg. At $200, it’s priced at half or even a third of many cycling computers and also bests them on battery life. Thirtytwo hours of run time is more than enough for the longest gravel race or weeks of training. Turn-by-turn navigation, which can run offline, is displayed in full color on the 2.2-inch display, making the Mega C ready for remote adventures and local rides alike. And data fields can be fully customized through the Lezyne app to display exactly what you want to see while training.

$200; 73g; lezyne.com

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