Cateye Adds Stealth GPS Cycling Computers, Nano Shot Plus Commuter Lights

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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.

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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.

Comments

Dru - 09/20/12 - 12:37pm

A GPS cycling computer with ANT+ for 150? Later, Garmin market dominance.

LikeBikes - 09/21/12 - 1:58pm

@Dru – Totally agree. This is exciting to see.

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