The iGPSPORT iGS50E is a GPS cycle computer for cycling, very similar to the Brytons that have been posted on the blog, characterized by its low price. It is the inferior model to the iGPSPORT iGS618, and like all iGPSPORT, it allows you to record your route using GPS.
What basically characterizes the IGS50E is its screen size. This model has 2.2 inches, with an anti-glare layer in front of the sunlight.
Its battery is 50 hours, which makes it one of the most attractive options in this sense of the market. Furthermore, unlike the lower models, it allows connectivity through ANT+ devices, such as pulse or cadence sensors. However, it is not compatible with power meters. It also has a barometric sensor and Bluetooth for connection to the smartphone.
Its operation is very simple, since it only has three buttons. It also detects movement automatically via GPS, so you don’t have to stop and start at traffic lights.
Personally, I would only buy the iGPSPORT iGS50E when it is on sale. Its normal price, which is around $99.99, leaves more interesting options in the Bryton models, a somewhat more contrasted brand. In any case, the iGPSPORT iGS50E is an excellent option, as long as you don’t plan to use a power meter.
As a tip, Chinese branded devices, I would only recommend their purchase on Coolicool for only $79.99.