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    Anyone using Sigma Rox 10

    I searched the forums but didn't see any mention of this computer. Seems like a useful, competitively priced GPS based cyclometer. Is anyone here using it?

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    Subscribed...
    Interested to know as well...

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    I have one...haven't used it yet though.

    Sigma ROX 10.0 GPS - Good value

    Sigma Rox 10.0 gps

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    I don't run the Rox 10 but I do run the 5.0. No GPS but a great basic computer. Check out their YouTube channel for more info if that is what you're looking for. Judging from the quality of the 5.0 I would bet the 10 would be a great tool also. Slim

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    I just ordered the 10. I'll make a report after a few uses.

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    So far so good. Good size and form factor. The ability to toggle between driven or stored tracks makes the finding of desired track easy. By that I mean, if you imported a route from a gpx file or created a route on Data Center, you find those routes in the stored file. If you got on your bike and rode the route and now you are riding it again you find it in the driven tracks file.
    Data Center is still being explored, but it is easy to import and export files.

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    Re: Anyone using Sigma Rox 10



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    Quote Originally Posted by GreatLakesWaterman View Post


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    I just want to know sampling rate/accuracy. That is all I care about in a GPS nowadays.
    El Guapoooooooo

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    Sample can be set for 1,2,3,4,5,10,20, or 30 seconds

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    So far, zero drift and as accurate as a discerning cyclist would want. Very quick GPS lock.

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    Anyone using this with a LED light? Just wondering if it (LED Light) interferes with it at all?

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    No interference. I used a Denote, Expilion, and Mitycross

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    How easy has it been to upload to Strava (if you've tried it). Are you using a mac or PC?

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    One click

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    One touch after syncing accounts. PC.

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    Accuracy is hovering around 30ft

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    I found a small issue. The auto start-stop was triggered during a ride today. I was moving at a speed close to 20mph. After powering down a Gopro, the problem went away. At no time during the ride was the WiFi turned on the Hero. The hero and the Rox were about 4-5 inches apart.

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    From what I hear the Sigma's have a problem with the interference given off by the other devices. I returned my 5.0 and bought a Garmin 510. No problems at all from my light.

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