Lezyne bolsters GPS cycling computer collection with new models

California-based accessories manufacturer, Lezyne, has stepped up its offering of GPD cycling computers with two new models; the Super Pro and Macro Plus.

Both models boast a completely redesigned body, improved screen sharpness and extra added features.

Super Pro

The completely redesigned Super Pro features improved screen resolution and hardware alongside optimal horizontal orientation for riders that prefer a landscape view. The screen now has a map page for improved navigation experience while the device’s firmware has been updated to show more data fields and pair with Lezyne’s new Smart Connect LED system.

Once paired with the system, a suite of features is opened up to the Super Pro: full navigation, phone notifications, live tracking, Strava Live Segments, training integration and device customisation.

Both Bluetooth and Ant+ compatible, the Super Pro can connect with power meters, heart rate sensors, speed and cadence sensors, smart trainers and wireless drivetrains. The computer is designed with new, sleeker aesthetics and has a longer battery run time of up to 28 hours. The Super Pro retails at £135.

Macro Plus

Combining the main essentials of a cycling GPS computer with value for money, the Macro Plus is equipped with a host of new features, priced at £100.

New features include optional horizontal screen orientation, improved water-resistant micro USB port and cover, as well as enhanced styling. The computer’s hardware and firmware has also been improved with a higher resolution screen and the ability to connect with Lezyne’s Smart Connect LED system.

As well as the features available to the computer once paired with Lezyne’s smart system, the Macro Plus can pair with external Bluetooth sensors and offers 28 hours battery run time.

Both the Lezyne Super Pro and Macro Plus are in stock this week and available to order in the UK through Upgrade Bikes’ B2B catalogue.

Hayley Everett

Multimedia Reporter

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