Sigma Sport ROX 10.0 Basic GPS

May 22, 2015 - Comment

Sigma Sport products are synonymous with quality, value and outstanding customer service. Sigma products are hand tested and packaged in the Chicago suburbs, guaranteeing reliable performance. The SIGMA ROX 10.0 GPS features a highly sensitive GPS receiver and ANT+ wireless transmission technology (compatible with ANT+ based power meters). Create, modify and save routes with the

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Sigma Sport products are synonymous with quality, value and outstanding customer service. Sigma products are hand tested and packaged in the Chicago suburbs, guaranteeing reliable performance. The SIGMA ROX 10.0 GPS features a highly sensitive GPS receiver and ANT+ wireless transmission technology (compatible with ANT+ based power meters). Create, modify and save routes with the included DATA CENTER 3 mapping and evaluation software. A dynamic elevation profile shows the rider’s current position and upcoming ascents and descents. With hundreds of functions, the SIGMA ROX 10.0 GPS is an exceptional value. The SIGMA ROX 10 Basic does not include ANT+ wireless speed, cadence and heart rate transmitters.

Product Features

  • GPS track navigation, digital 3 axis compass, power compatible, elevation profile with ascents and descents, altitude, temperature, lap counter
  • Route navigation and guidance along a previously loaded or saved route, set waypoints to mark points of interest along the route
  • Includes DATA CENTER 3 with complete mapping functionality
  • Integrated Li-ion rechargeable battery with micro USB cable
  • Simple and logical operation with a permanent navigation toolbar, 1.7″ full dot-matrix LCD display

Comments

Gino Leovac says:

It’s just OK, but not much beyond that… My primary expectation was to capture data from my training rides; glancing ocasionally at current speed/distance/heart rate while riding. Any other bells & whistles didn’t matter to me. 

Helix says:

Amazing device with so much features For Sigma’s first GPS and ANT+ bike computer, they did a fantastic job. 

Amy Mcdonald says:

I really love this computer I really love this computer! I have had absolutely no problems with running it. However, like some other reviews have noted, even with the transmitters, the GPS does tend to loose contact. But, I mostly think that is because of the areas I am using it in. The buttons are hard to get used to at first but, they eventually ‘break in’ after use. I have very small hands, which also might be a plus in using the buttons. It is a very detailed unit. And, it takes a lot of messing with to learn all of its functions. But, for a bike computer, I think it is extremely well made and solid. I’ve had the advantage of comparing this unit to my husband’s Garmin and even though I think the Garmin is a really nice unit as well, I still think this unit is more solidly built for using outdoors on my bike. We usually ride 50 to 80 miles per day. Unfortunately, my Lupus makes me unstable at times and I have flopped a few times. This unit is bigger and tougher and after two wrecks, the unit did…

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