Bryton Rider 410E GPS

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Bryton Rider 410 GPS.
Features:
  • Packed full of features that are simple to use, the Rider410 computer offers great functions for training at an entry-level computer price
  • Absolute precision is capable with this model due to full GNSS support which enables the computer to use various available satellite systems allowing faster start up and more accurate readings
  • Built with an easy to read 2.3” display, the Rider 410 shows you 8 windows of cycling data per page which is fully customizable. This can be done using the Bryton App on your phone as well
  • Notifies you whenever you receive phone calls, emails or text messages after pairing it with your smart phone via BLE
  • Tracks can be automatically synced to STRAVA, TrainingPeaks, and Selfloops making it easy for you to share and compete with millions
  • Compatible with ANT+ heart rate monitors, speed sensors, cadence sensors, and power meters for advance training
  • 410E model includes computer head and standard o-ring mount
  • See the BTI Barfly collection for compatible mounts
  • ***Please note the software on these computers needs to be updated periodically to function properly.Visit this site to download software and for device recovery: https://tinyurl.com/BrytonTool ***
Specs:
Model:410E
Number Of Functions:72+
Screen Size:2.3"
Weight:71g

This product was added to our catalog on May 31, 2019

Verified Owner
Friday, Jul 3 2020 (3 months ago)
Bryton Rider 410E GPS
It took me a bit to get it "running" but it is working fine for me now. I initially tried to use it for hiking but SmartPause was enabled and there is no "minimum rate" setting. Once I disabled it, things were better. You need to be careful of accidental button presses if you just toss it in your pack. I haven't quite figured out the "Altitude" setting. We were based at 9600 ft and the value has a max limit of 9000 ft.

For cycling, I'm able to manually upload FIT files to Strava but, due to the age of my cell phone's OS, the Android App does not work for me. I'm sure it will be fine if your phone is fairly new. I also don't have the right Blue Tooth sensors so I can't tell you anything about their performance.

Bryton was pretty responsive to email help requests.