Sigma Sports reveals the all-new ROX range of cycling computers
Coming this Autumn, Sigma Sports is unleashing the ROX range of GPS cycling computers. With three models available, the new range suits a huge range of rider's needs and budgets. So, let's check out what's in the ROX range and what we can look forward to...
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Sigma ROX 2.0
From £70, this neat little GPS cycling computer has a large, easy-to-read display for all your cycling data needs.
Designed and programmed for recreational riders, the ROX 2.0 has 14 functions, which includes all your basics like speed, distance and time, to name a few. You can also choose to display navigation info. If you're an e-biker, then good news, you can connect the ROX 2.0 for additional data.
Once the ROX 2.0 is positioned on your bike and switched on, the device uses GPS and GLONASS to determine your position in seconds.
Sigma ROX 4.0
Stepping things up a notch is the Sigma ROX 4.0, starting from £90. Along with all the basic stats, the ROX 4.0 can track altitude profiles using an integrated air pressure sensor that uses barometric readings to determine inclines and declines.
You can connect the ROX 4.0 cycling computer to your e-bike. Using ANT+ or BLE technology, the device can also connect with external sensors such as heart rate monitors and cadence sensors.
Sigma ROX 11.1 EVO
At the top-end of the range is the ROX 11.1 EVO with a mind-boggling 150 different functions, making it the all-around cycling companion whether you're indoors or out.
From £170, the ROX 11.1 EVO cycling computer has it all; GPS tracking, navigation, workouts and connectivity to external sensors. There's also a LIVE function that allows you to analyse your training data at any time with the SIGMA RIDE app.
All your training info is displayed on a 1.77" display, which can be customised via the free SIGMA RIDE app. There's also a neat safety function call the Integrated Crash Alert, which informs your emergency contacts if you have a fall.