Bryton lowers SRP on GPS units until end of December

Bryton has announced that the MSRP on its top three units will be reduced until 31st December 2019.

“With up to 27% off SRP, you can now get even more value for money on the computers used by the Deceuninck-Quickstep Team,” said a statement. “Even better, the reductions will also apply to any bundles containing the respective units. The Rider 410, Rider 450 and Aero 60 are all packed with features that will give you all the data you could want or need.

“Designed to meet a rider’s every need, the Rider 410 incorporates full Global Navigation Satellite System, allowing you to get GPS fixed much faster and have more precise positioning. It also has excellent compatibility, working perfectly with both ANT+ and BLE sensors. The rider 410 now has an even better screen. With a crisp black and white 2.3in display, data is easy to read even in all weather conditions or with harsh sunlight. The Rider 410 can also be set up with up to eight data fields per page for an excellent understanding of real-time performance. All this paired with an excellent 35-hour battery life makes the Rider 410 one of the most complete computers on the market today.

“The rider 450 comes with all the features packed into the 410, but also comes preloaded with OpenStreetMaps, providing useful location information no matter where your ride takes you. With full GNSS support, it can record your ride with the utmost precision and its follow track and WLAN Data Sync features make for a great riding experience.

“Aero 60 is Bryton’s first Aerodynamic GPS Cycling Computer. With a precisely engineered dimple design wrapped around its back and the brand-new Aero Mount developed as an integrated system to reduce air drag. The Aero 60 not only provides powerful features, but it’s also built to be highly aerodynamic so you can gain the edge over the competition. Aero 60 also comes with pre-loaded OpenStreetMap and full GNSS support, allowing you to follow planned trips under precise positioning.”

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