Cateye Adds Stealth GPS Cycling Computers, Nano Shot Plus Commuter Lights
New Stealth GPS computers with heart rate and speed/cadence sensors.
The Stealth 10 tracks your ride and measures speed all with GPS, no sensor necessary.
The Stealth 50 adds ANT+ capability and will display cadence, HR and power when synced with the appropriate sensors.
Both have a full time backlight. Available first part of the year, retail is $120 and $150. Both come with a docking station that lets you sync your ride info online with Cateye’s own online interface. They’re working on getting it approved for downloading to Strava and Training Peaks, too.
The dual beam Nano Shot Plus adds a lens to the original and pumps out a claimed 600 lumens with a cool beam output that maintains the low setting but flashes at the high setting so you can both see and increase your visibility to others. Retail is $120.