The Precision 4iiii began life in 2014, aiming to upset the powermeter market with one of the lowest priced, lightest weight power meters out there. Coming in at around £200 cheaper than a Stages power meter, that is quite a saving. The question is, do you pay for the £200 saving in other ways? Continue Reading →
When Zwift originally launched it was a PC/Mac affair only. Over time an iOS companion app for Zwift was born saving us from a sweaty keyboard. Now Zwift has made the jump, and created a full-blown standalone iOS app so you can Zwift from your iPhone or iPad – let’s go kick some (tiny) virtual wheels and have a test drive! Continue Reading →
The Withings Thermo, a smart thermometer, has been released just in time for the cold and flu season in the UK. I’ve been testing it out to see how their temporal artery scanning tech, compares with my NHS issue Braun ThermoScan in-ear thermometer. So have I a got a new toy in the doctor’s bag, or should Withings go back to the drawing board? Continue Reading →
Polar have made a BIG decision. Bringing in Android Wear as the core operating system for the Polar M600. Yes, they have applied their own tweaks to the top of the system, but is the M600 a true Polar?. Has Polar sold out? Or with one product release have they catapulted themselves over their rivals? Let’s find out! Continue Reading →
Direct drive turbos are the pinnacle of Smart trainers. But they are also associated with stratospheric prices in many cases. The Wahoo KICKR SNAP is pitched as their low-cost version of the KICKR. The same industrial design philosophy as their bigger KICKR, but with a less wallet damaging entry fee – How is the Zwift experience affected on Wahoo’s “budget” offering?