Humon Hex Review

Humon Hex * Closes *

Humon today announced that they are closing their doors – I’ll cover the impact on HEX users in a minute. For those who want it, the full communique from Humon is shown further below. Background The Humon Hex is a muscle oxygen sensor, delivering athlete-metrics along a very similar vein to the existing Moxy product…

Wahoo, ANGi Added

  Wahoo have just added Specialized ANGi support to all 3 of their ELEMNT devices through today’s firmware updates Specialized ANGi is a helmet-mounted sensor that measures the forces transmitted to your helmet during a crash, as well as the harmful rotational forces that occur during crashes when your helmet doesn’t actually impact the ground.…

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Mio POD: Mio are back….with the Mio POD

Mio Pod It looks like one of the first optical HR companies is back with a bang…I mean band. This is Mio global who made the MIO Link (Velo, Fuse) and similar HR straps. They used a Phillips sensor and were GOOD at the time and I think I still l have them in a…

Garmin fenix 6 specifications review

Garmin Fenix 6 – First swim, ride and run

Garmin Fenix 6 – First Runs, Impressions, etc The Garmin Fenix 6 is living up to expectations and a review is well on the way, although it might be in the offing for some time yet. If you were a Fenix 5 or Fenix 5 Plus owner then there’s nothing here to immediately surprise you…

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WKO5 out now. Training Peaks to announce details Monday/Tuesday

Coming soon: http://wko5.com/ TrainingPeaks have just, sort of, released a new version of their analytics package …called WKO5. Full details and links below ahead of tomorrow’s marketing drive. Of interest are their SMART SEGMENTS (smart LAPS) where you can analyse YOUR performances on segments/laps of YOUR custom routes over time compared to YOU.  Dynamic Functional Reserve…

Wahoo Fitness Tickr-X UK Press Information

I’ll be having a look at the latest TICKR heart rate product soon. A very interesting product with smart bits inside. Similar, but probably better, than Garmin’s HRM-RUN. PRESS RELEASE INFO TICKR X records up to 16 hours of heart rate, calorie burn, and elapsed time, as well as capturing indoor cycling cadence (London –…