Introducing the Year 10 Lezyne GPS Collection

The Year 10 Lezyne GPS computers are packed with new features and exciting innovations. Each computer has been re-designed with not only advanced programming, but enhanced aesthetics. Along with computers, the addition of GPS watches highlights our expanded range.

Lezyne have taken the compact size of our GPS devices and integrated them into a modern, industrial athletic wearable; and the best part is that they have all of the features that our cycling computers possess. Big or small, all of our cycling computers boast excellent value and are loaded with incredible features. Pair one with your smartphone and enjoy turn-by-turn navigation, phone notifications and Lezyne Track (live tracking). Or, turn on the Strava Live Segments feature and go smash your favourite Q/KOM. All units provide the GPS necessities, along with the necessary ability of keeping you connected with your smartphone.

Year 10 Lezyne GPS Computers:


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Super GPS


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The Super GPS is an advanced cycling computer programmed with the latest technologies and interactive features. At its core, the device offers ultra reliable ride tracking by combining three forms of measurements, which when combined save battery life, track the rider, and measure elevation. Advanced data and training information can be collected when paired to a power meter, heart rate monitor, or a speed/cadence sensor through the device’s Ant+ and/or Bluetooth Smart connections. Furthermore, when paired to an iOS or Android smart phone and the free Lezyne GPS Ally app, the unit offers many more advanced options. The Super GPS can display incoming text messages, emails and phone calls, it uses Strava Live Segments, and employs the industry’s first (true) turn-by-turn navigation. Additionally, the display can be personalized to show just the basics, or all the bells and whistles, with up to five customizable pages to navigate. And its best-in-class battery has a runtime of up to 24 hours.

 

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Micro Color GPS


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The Micro C GPS cycling computer has a vibrant color screen to enhance the user experience while offering the same incredible features of the Super GPS. When paired over Bluetooth Smart to an iOS or Android handheld through the free Lezyne Ally app, the device offers turn-by-turn navigation, Strava Live Segments and phone notifications (incoming calls, text messages and emails). Furthermore, the Micro C GPS can simultaneously pair with Ant+ or Bluetooth enabled power meters, heart rate monitors and speed/cadence sensors. In addition to its pairing prowess, the unit’s data-tracking system is incredibly accurate. When recording, the device combines GPS and Glonass satellite data with information from an integrated barometer and accelerometer. At a feathery 29 grams, and a battery that can last up to 14 hours, this is the ultimate GPS computer for the data-driven minimalist.

Micro GPS


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The Micro GPS is a highly advanced, super compact cycling computer. When paired with the free Lezyne Ally app (iOS or Android), the device turns into a feature-rich system offering turn-by-turn navigation, live tracking, Strava Live Segments and email, text message and phone call notifications. The Micro GPS can also simultaneously pair with Ant+ or Bluetooth enabled power meters, heart rate monitors and speed/cadence sensors. An advanced recording system combines measurements from GPS satellites, a barometer and an accelerometer for ultra accurate data tracking. Furthermore, the device weighs only 29 grams, features customizable screen pages and data fields and boasts a battery that can last up to 14 hours on a full charge.

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The Micro C GPS employs all of the Super GPS functions, in a reduced size, with a vibrant screen that ads color to your ride.

 

Macro GPS

 

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Featuring a large, sharp display, the Macro GPS is packed with many advanced technologies in an easy-to-use and affordable package. The Bluetooth enabled device can pair through our free Lezyne Ally app to iOS and Android handhelds, in addition to Bluetooth compatible power meters, heart rate monitors and speed/cadence sensors. When connected to a handheld, the Macro GPS provides turn-by-turn navigation, live tracking and Strava Live Segments. Furthermore, the unit has pop-up email, text message and phone call notifications. An optimized GPS recording system tracks all important cycling data, and a customizable screen with up to five pages lets the user see all the info they want to see. And a battery that last up to 22 hours provides plenty of juice for all-day epics.

Mini GPS


Super compact and lightweight, the Mini GPS cycling computer is loaded with features comparable to units many times its price. Its extra sharp display is highly visible for its size, and the device has customizable data fields and pages. It’s Bluetooth Smart compatible and can pair with Bluetooth Smart enabled power meters, heart rate monitors and speed/cadence sensors. Furthermore, it can pair with iOS and Android handhelds through the free Lezyne Ally app, which then provides turn-by-turn navigation, live tracking, Strava Live Segments and phone notifications (email, text and calls) to the Mini GPS. A super robust battery provides up to 10 hours of runtime, and an optimized GPS recording system tracks all the necessary ride data.

 

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Year 10 Lezyne GPS Watches



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Micro Color GPS Watch


Packed with all of the cutting edge features that our GPS cycling computers have, plus more, the all-new Micro C GPS Watch is a distinctly designed, wearable companion for multi sport athletes. Highlighted by a dynamic color display, the watch provides specific modes for cycling, hiking and running—including a basic lifestyle mode. With Bluetooth and Ant+ connectivity, the unit can pair with power meters, heart rate monitors and speed/cadence sensors, plus sync with iOS and Android handhelds through our Lezyne Ally app. When paired to the app, the Micro C GPS Watch offers turn-by-turn navigation, live tracking, Strava Live Segments and phone notifications (text message, emails and phone calls). A durable, comfortable TPR band secures the device, and a standard USB-port simplifies charging for over 100 hours (up to 14 hours in GPS Mode) of runtime. The integrated accelerometer calculates steps in the lifestyle mode, enhances GPS tracking and improves battery run-time.

 

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Micro GPS Watch


The multi-mode Micro GPS Watch is a brand new wearable ideal for serious and recreational athletes. It’s equipped with Bluetooth Smart and Ant+ connectivity, which can simultaneously pair with power meters, heart rate monitors, speed/cadence sensors and iOS or Android handhelds. When synced with our free Lezyne Ally app, the unit provides navigation, live tracking, Strava Live Segments and phone notifications (text message, emails and phone calls). Furthermore, it offers a basic lifestyle mode in addition to cycling, hiking and running specific modes. The integrated accelerometer works as a pedometer, and also enhances data recording in its GPS modes. The Micro GPS Watch can run for 100+ hours (up to 14 hours in GPS Mode) on a full charge, and a standard USB-port simplifies recharging. A durable TPR wristband is comfortable and complements the watch’s modern, industrial design.

 

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37 Comments

HdB, Apr 06 2018 02:25

A new update was released on Wednesday/Thursday.

 

Version - 6.75 (previous was 6.57).

The release notes don't seem to list anything that wasn't in the previous version.

Hopefully it fixes a bunch of things, as I'm getting a bit tired of re-connecting my sensors mid-ride.

Andrew_Smith, May 01 2018 02:45

Anyone using a Lezyne Super GPS perhaps?

 

I am considering to purchase one. 

 

Read a few reviews on the unit and seems like great value for money with all the features you get. I see users do complain about the Lezyne app, but I am sure they will fix the problems with time.

 

Mike Cotty (from The Col Collective) is also using one and he is very happy with it.

Zatopek, Jun 03 2018 02:37

Anyone using a Lezyne Super GPS perhaps?

I am considering to purchase one.

Read a few reviews on the unit and seems like great value for money with all the features you get. I see users do complain about the Lezyne app, but I am sure they will fix the problems with time.

Mike Cotty (from The Col Collective) is also using one and he is very happy with it.

I have a version 9 and bought a version 10 recently for the wife.

Firmware updates was done and absolutely happy with it.

One frustration the last two weeks: how to mount on Canyon h36 aerocockpit. Only a Garmin mount is available. Any advice would be much appreciated

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Andrew_Smith, Jun 03 2018 06:48

Been using the Super GPS for a month now.

 

Fantastic little unit which packs all the neat features from the flagship head units out there.

 

Very pleased with my purchase.

 

Switched over from Garmin.

HdB, Jun 03 2018 09:39

I have a version 9 and bought a version 10 recently for the wife.
Firmware updates was done and absolutely happy with it.
One frustration the last two weeks: how to mount on Canyon h36 aerocockpit. Only a Garmin mount is available. Any advice would be much appreciated
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I've seen 3d print adapters available, for example: https://www.shapeway...roduct&q=Lezyne

Or: https://www.thingive...m/thing:2832437

I have not tested any of these, I want to see if I can get the one from the second link printed.

Zatopek, Jun 04 2018 03:41

I've seen 3d print adapters available, for example: https://www.shapeway...roduct&q=Lezyne

Or: https://www.thingive...m/thing:2832437

I have not tested any of these, I want to see if I can get the one from the second link printed.

Thanks, much appreciated. Did not even think about that. I emailed 3D printers nearby to estimate/price the second link.

HdB, Jun 04 2018 08:16

Thanks, much appreciated. Did not even think about that. I emailed 3D printers nearby to estimate/price the second link.

If you do get it, let me know how it works for you. I got an out-front combo mount yesterday, with only Garmin or Wahoo adapters of course, but they look like they could be copies of k-edge adapters.

Zatopek, Jun 04 2018 09:21

If you do get it, let me know how it works for you. I got an out-front combo mount yesterday, with only Garmin or Wahoo adapters of course, but they look like they could be copies of k-edge adapters.

I just ordered/paid for 3 in Black ABS for ~R110. Should be able to collect it in 2-3 days. Will confirm how it works.

 

I realised this morning that Canyon charge ~$100+ just for delivery of the Garmin adapter :(

 

Will scan ebay/other H36 options tonight. (Let me know if you got those you mention online please.)  

EDIT: https://www.amazon.c...P/dp/B01N9NWHZV

EDIT 2: https://www.lazada.c...MAQqQV&search=1

 

Jeezz these stuff is expensive - that Lazada option is ~R1200! Is it normal?

 

 

 

The printing place has R&D/prototyping services as well. Will confirm onsite during collection how much they need to create a print file for a single item directly from H36 to Lyzene as well

HdB, Jun 04 2018 10:34

The Rec-mounts actually have a Lezyne adapter/mount, but if I remember correctly the shipping, to SA at least, fell in the "Hahaha, yeah, no" category (ie. more than the mount itself).

 

The mount I have looks similar to this one. I just need to check the dimensions of the included adapters. Hopefully one of the printed options will work.

Zatopek, Jun 07 2018 05:05

If you do get it, let me know how it works for you. I got an out-front combo mount yesterday, with only Garmin or Wahoo adapters of course, but they look like they could be copies of k-edge adapters.

The 3D printed ABS version would ~work, but it is definitely not as tight a fit as the original base.

 

I don't think ABS is the right material for the 'horisontal bar' (one of the 3 printed components):

It is a lot more flexible than the original - so it is much easier to put in (and probably to bounce out) 

 

Something that is more worrying is a diagonal corner-to-corner play when wiggle it with my fingers. This might rattle during a ride. This wiggle disappear if I press my finger from the bottom against the plastic beam part. 

 

It should be possible to improve both of these issues with a small change in the design - it require more 'meat'/material at the bottom of the 'beam' to make it thicker - There are space for that at the bottom. I will try to glue some other plastics on and see what difference it makes. Alternatively the beam part can be cut/filed from a flat piece of aluminium/steel and then glued in between the two bigger ABS parts. 

 

I will PM you my phone / whatsup number - I can send you pics/video of the behavior I tried to describe.. if you want

 

 

HdB, Jun 07 2018 09:47

Sounds like the design needs some refinement or DIY. I'll message you for the images etc.

 

I also want to see if I can get some extra normal bar/stem mounts for the Lezyne. I need an extra for the MTB anyway, and I wouldn't be too surprised if I could tie or glue one to this cheap out-front mount.

 

But I do want to try the 3D printed idea as well, should be the neatest option (plus it is simply cool:) )

HdB, Feb 15 2019 04:28

So for those who have one of these, I see the stable app has FINALLY been updated (previous non-beta release was October last year, if I remember correctly), which fixes a lot of things, and adds quite a few features - including offline mapping, where you can download the map for a select-able area, and then use the routes for that area without an internet connection.