Gear Bag: GPS Computers

  • By Scott Boulbol
  • Published Jan 22, 2013
  • Updated Dec 30, 2014 at 9:04 AM UTC

Magellan Switch-Up


Standout: Clever snap-in mounting system for bike and run.

Weakness: Buttons are small and can be difficult to engage while training.

The unit snaps onto modular bike and wrist-top mounts for the different sports, making ride data easier to see. The watch, however, is thicker than some. Its white-on-dark display stands out, making Switch-Up the easiest to read of the group in sun, shade or water. And the nine different screen settings are highly customizable, with each field offering dozens of options. We found navigating the device to be simple and intuitive.

Rock it: For bike and run data clarity.

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