REVIEW : Bryton Rider 310

Alex

Husband to a loving wife who supports me in this new hobby. Father of 2 lovely children. Living life, loving life.

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6 Responses

  1. chuck says:

    Hi Alex,
    I’m in the market for new device and have a look for Bryton, but i their facebook page or forum there’s a lot of people whos are displease with their unit.
    would you mind giving an update for the Bryton unit that you have? does it still working flawlessly?

    Cheers

    • Alex says:

      Hi Chuck,

      So far there have not been any problems with my Bryton device. I’m still using it up till today. Not sure what the others are facing though. Which model do you intend to get in the first place?

      Best regards,
      Alex

      • chuck says:

        Thank you Alex, nice to hear that. I’m looking at Bryton rider 530 at the moment. Bryton website is on update it seams, does it distrup your data upload to strava? and do you have heart rate and cadence

        here’s their website “http://www.brytonsport.com/help/landing”

        Best Regards,

        • Alex says:

          Hi Chuck,
          Looks good. Mine is after every ride, I would first transfer it to the computer and upload from there. Never tried using their app as it’s kinda slow transferring the data from the device to the phone. Yes, I have both heart rate sensors as well as the cadence sensor. Everything works fine. You can check out my latest activity here https://www.strava.com/activities/1065495434

          • chuck says:

            That’s great news, I heard that you have to set the altitude setting every time you start your ride? for example if you start not from your home.

            Does it not auto calibrate the altitude?

          • Alex says:

            I never set the altitude each time I start my ride. I believe it auto calibrate the whole time.

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