Garmin edge 130
Often with a cycling computer, setting the device up becomes a sort of battle of wits. Wahoo and Lezyne have done very well, letting you use their respective devices’ companion app to customise data screens in real time. Garmin’s set-up process is still done on the device itself, but here it’s more streamlined than on the touchscreen models because thankfully there’s a limited number of buttons you can press.
The top right button acts as the menu, and from here you program your settings. To change a data screen you select it and then you can choose how many fields to display, and then what each field displays.
It’s quite self-explanatory and easy to follow: the play button acts as ‘enter’, while the lap button is the undo/return button. The same process is used to pair the head unit to external sensors such as power meters, speed and cadence sensors.