CatEye Stealth 50 GPS Computer

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CatEye Stealth 50 GPS Computer
If you're a numbers and spreadsheets kind of rider, you need the Cateye Stealth 50 GPS cycling computer. It's designed with the serious competitor in mind, so it takes things to a whole new level to help you get the most out of your training. It uses GPS tracking for super accurate speed and distance information, but it also includes an ANT+ receiver so you can use your heart rate monitor, power meter, cadence or other ANT+ enabled training aids.
  • Lets you track speed, distance, elapsed time, and record up to 60 hours of riding data
  • Easy to use GPS system eliminates complicated set up
  • ANT+ receiver makes it easy to connect CatEye or third party power meters, cadence sensors, heart rate monitors and more (accessories not included)
  • Displays plenty of data on an easy-to-read, at-a-glance screen
  • Upload your training data to CatEyeAtlas.com, TrainingPeaks, Strava or other training sites
  • Simple to switch between bikes without having to reprogram the computer
  • Waterproof construction for all-weather riding
  • USB rechargeable so you can juice the batteries pretty much anywhere
  • Perfect for training, commuting and just riding around
CatEye Stealth 50 GPS Computer
  • MFPARTNUMBER CC-GL50
  • WEIGHT 60 g
  • UPC 725012024706
  • ACCESSORIES INCLUDED Mount, USB cable, manual
  • Rating 4.5

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CatEye Stealth 50 GPS Computer
 
4.4

(based on 5 reviews)

100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Lightweight (5)
  • Versatile (4)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Road biking (5)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Avid cyclist (3)
    • Cycling Style:
    • Speed oriented (3)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (5)

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5.0

CatEye Stealth 50 GPS Computer

By Rich

from Bluffton SC.

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Durable
  • Lightweight
  • Versatile

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Road Biking

    Comments about CatEye Stealth 50 GPS Computer:

    I do I lot of Biking, great device. Great product build really well. Love it.

    • Cycling Style:
    • Comfort Oriented
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

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    4.0

    Works as advertised!

    By Marty

    from Dayton OH

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

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    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Lightweight

    Cons

    • Setup Time Consuming

    Best Uses

    • Road Biking

    Comments about CatEye Stealth 50 GPS Computer:

    I like the product and would recommend it. The only draw back is the initial setup which can be a pain to accomplish but once it is done it works great.

    • Cycling Style:
    • Comfort Oriented
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

    Comment on this review

    (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

     
    5.0

    Strava Addict

    By Travis the Triathlete

    from Wheeling, WV

    About Me Avid Cyclist

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Lightweight
    • Versatile

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Road Biking
      • Running

      Comments about CatEye Stealth 50 GPS Computer:

      Simple and easy to use. Quickly connects to the Ant+ devices. Works with both of my bikes (one with ANT+ and one without). Logs long events without issues. I even take it for long runs to track my progress.

      • Cycling Style:
      • Speed Oriented
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

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      (23 of 23 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Good Basic GPS Device with a Few Caveats

      By WhiskeyandRye

      from Brooklyn, NY

      About Me Avid Cyclist

      Pros

      • Compact
      • Durable
      • Lightweight
      • Versatile

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Commuting/City
        • Road Biking

        Comments about CatEye Stealth 50 GPS Computer:

        I was looking for was a barebones GPS computer that allowed "dashboard" display of ride data (Speed/Cadence/HR/Time) as well the ability to log my rides/data to Strava. I'd been using my iPhone with the Strava app, but using the GPS kills the battery especially in rural areas, not good if I ever need to make an emergency call. With the above in mind, I picked up the new Cateye Stealth 50 and for the most part if does what I need it to. I rode for years with my old trusty wired Cateye Astrale so I was happy to see they now have a GPS offering. I'm not gonna lie-I'm exhibiting some brand loyalty here, with my choice of Cateye.

        If you're looking for a basic ANT+ GPS device, you'll need to weigh the features you want and how much you want to spend for a similar device. With the Stealth 50 + ANT+ ISC-11 Speed/Cadence + HR-11 sensors you're looking at over $200 (on sale) compared to the similar mid range Garmin 500 bundle or now the new Sigma Rox 10.0 which both offer more features but are more expensive, and I'm sure not without their own quirks.

        I think Cateye is on the right track here, and hopefully future iterations of the device will see great improvements.

        THINGS I LIKE:

        Form: Looks Stealth! Aptly named compact unit, has an appealing design, and seems to be a quality piece of hardware.

        Display: Very easy to read and navigate. I am used to Cateye's menu UI so I may be biased here.

        ANT+: sensors work awesome and pairing is very easy. IMHO at the very least the Cateye Speed/Cadence ISC-11 is an essential add-on l to get the most out of the Stealth 50, followed by the HR-11 heart rate strap.
        Easy to use/set up (using .pdf and vids available from Cateye site)

        Cateye Sync: Apparently an early iteration of this software was quite horrible, but the newly upgraded version works fine for me, and does what it's supposed to (and I'm using an iMac w/ new OSX Maverick).

        Cateye Atlas/Strava compatibility: Very easy to upload trips to either site using Sync. I've noticed some mileage/avg speed discrepancies between Atlas and Strava, and not sure whether it is an issue with differences in each sites algorithms when calculating GPS data? in any case I'm not planning on breaking any world records anytime soon :) so this doesn't bother me too much. I may try doing a rollout with the Speed Sensor in the future to give a more accurate calibration with my weight/bike/tires then just using the chart number and see if that helps any.

        *Night time display - GREAT for easily reading computer during evening/night rides

        *GPS Sat Acquisition - for the most part this works well. I've found that starting computer up for a couple minutes while I'm getting dressed BEFORE I start ride helps with Satellite acquisition. By the time I'm ready to roll GPS is usually locked and I just have reset to create a blank new ride.

        THINGS THAT CAN BE IMPROVED

        * One-button reset to save trip. Would be nice if a user was given some on-screen feedback such as "Trip Saved". The way it works is you reset the current trip data with the Mode button, which starts a new trip and saves the old one to Trip Data for later upload. Because you always want to be safe that trip data has saved, you always reset the trip before a ride - doing this however means that you will end up with several "stub files" of very short data that you have to clean up during upload with Cateye sync. Not a huge deal, but I think this could be implemented better.

        * On device trip recall. To add to above comment, it would be great if there was a way to go back and view a list of saved trips on the device itself, even if just a snapshot view (Miles, Times, Avg Speed, Ag HR, Avg Cadence etc). I mean the data is in the device, right? Why not let us see some of it?
        The only way to view past trips is to upload data to desktop/laptop and upload to Cateye Sync. This would mainly be an issue when traveling where you might not have access to a computer. Psst Cateye! - How about an App?? It would be great if someday, these devices had the ability to connect via smartphones allowing uploads etc, such as many DSLRs are doing these days.

        NICE TO HAVES:

        *Barometric Altimeter - while you can view (GPS calculated?) elevation profiles on Cateye Atlas or Strava it would be cool to have this feature in the device itself.

        *Ambient Temperature - why not? Would be cool to see what the temp is.

        *Bar Fly type mount. The included mount is fine but I purchased a third-
        party Bar Fly mount which puts the computer just in front of the bars for ease of view riding(road bike), while still keeping an eye up the road. I put the included mount on my other bike so I can use the Stealth 50 with that bike too.

        *HR Zone Alarms - HR only display's current BPM, there is no provision for setting up training zones.

        • Cycling Style:
        • Speed Oriented
        • Was this a gift?:
        • No

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        4.0

        Love this computer

        By Sue

        from Olympia, WA

        About Me Avid Cyclist

        See all my reviews

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Big Display
        • Lightweight
        • Versatile

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Mountain Biking
          • Road Biking

          Comments about CatEye Stealth 50 GPS Computer:

          Cateye has done a great job on this one. Large backlit display that you can read a night. With no speed sensors required, it's easy to move from bike to bike. With ant+ wireless technology, you may use any heart rate, power, or speed/cadance sensors from any manufacture that is also ant+. It is easy to program with Cateyesync. Cateye Atlas is a great online log book you can upload your rides to. There you can view your rides on Google Maps and keep track of your miles. You will also be able to upload to Strava and a couple of other sites. I ride under some dense tree cover and I have lost the satellite signal a couple of times. This Stealth 50 is for my wife's bikes. We love this computer.

          • Cycling Style:
          • Speed Oriented
          • Was this a gift?:
          • No

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