Triathlon Gear Reviews

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date: March 14, 2015
review by: cs982720
(4.8)

This is my first-ever tri bike as a beginner triathlete and has enabled me to progress rapidly in this passion that I hold.

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date: March 12, 2015
review by: wvuang
(4.9)

overall it has been a great first road bike and I will be using it to transition into competing in my first triathlon.

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date: March 11, 2015
review by: neiltrust
(2.5)

Still love these shoes though I can't wait till they find a way to make the tread last longer.

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date: March 10, 2015
review by: Goggles Pizzano
(4.8)

The logo on the pack isn't gigantic so to me looks great.

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date: March 10, 2015
review by: richmcbride13
(4.9)

My wife picked this watch and HRM set for me as a Christmas gift. It's been the best piece of training equipment I've gotten yet. I also combine it with my speed/cadence sensor for rides, and footpod for treadmill runs. Does everything I need a multi-sport watch to do so far.

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date: March 9, 2015
review by: doubleams
(4.4)

Overall, I've enjoyed the several months I've had on the Cobb Randee. While it's still not my ideal saddle, it's been good to me and I'd definitely will come back to it if I can't find that "golden saddle."

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date: March 8, 2015
review by: Nussy
(4.9)

so far I really like the Power2max unit. I bought it with rotor crankset for my latest Tri bike. Seams very accurate compared to Computrainer. Easy to calibrate.....just let it sit there. Seams to be a very good value.

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date: February 9, 2015
review by: DLBoatman
(4.6)

Love it - when it dies I'll buy another one.

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date: February 9, 2015
review by: DLBoatman
(2.1)

Fortunately I received this as a gift for Christmas. I read the reviews on other websites and looked at what I might be doing wrong. I followed the instructions as carefully as I could, and still the device almost killed my iPod. I tried using it on four or five separate occasions before giving up. I thought it might be the iPod, but that's still working fine now (for my running). Great idea, just needs better engineering.

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date: December 16, 2014
review by: *KonaGIRL*
(5)

De Soto Sport is innovative and uses only the BEST materials for their products! Comfort is VERY important to me when competing and that is why I choose De Soto products....racing is FUN again! Loose fit capris...a refreshing change from tight compression for longer distance running:)

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date: November 15, 2014
review by: tech_geezer
(4.3)

This is the first experience with the device. I will update this as I learn more.

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date: November 1, 2014
review by: shoelesssean
(4.4)

Great for its time. Time has passed with continuing upgrading of features and models by Garmin

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date: October 31, 2014
review by: JR2222
(4.6)

These are my new favs..

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date: October 31, 2014
review by: roserc
(5)

TrainerRoad helps to make trainer sessions both bearable and productive. The software is first rate, and it is able to scale the workouts to your ability to get the best results. Highly recommended.

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date: October 31, 2014
review by: roserc
(2.8)

Just my opinion, but it seems like there are better options out there, This one didn't work for me, but I think these videos are a matter of indvidual preference and expectations.

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date: October 31, 2014
review by: roserc
(4.6)

Provides valuable cycling data, especially when used with TrainerRoad on the trainer. It has synched easily with the Ant+ stick and the Garmin 305. I have never had issues with it, which I guess is all I can ask for.

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