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Garmin Bike speed sensor hub mounted

£34.99
This item is available and will be dispatched within 7-10 days
Part Number:

GMS84300

GTIN/UPC:

753759222536


The Garmin Bike Speed Sensor Hub Mounted is an indispensable gadget for any cyclist aiming to monitor their speed and distance travelled accurately. This user-friendly, wireless sensor is effortlessly easy to install, requiring no alignment of magnets or other exposed parts, offering a fuss-free setup experience.

This dexterous device conveniently affixes to the hub of either wheel, making it a straightforward addition to your biking setup. Once installed, the speed sensor provides precise and real-time speed and distance feedback, even without the need for a head unit.

Customising your wheel size is a walk in the park with Garmin Connect, our online community platform. Here, you may also self-calibrate to ensure that your data is as precise as possible. The sensor enables you to get up to speed, quite literally, and stay abreast of your progress at all times!

Boasting ANT+ connectivity and Bluetooth Low Energy technology, this speed sensor hub enables seamless synchronisation with Garmin Connect and other training apps. Keeping track of your speed and optimizing your rides has never been easier.

But it's not all about speed and distance travelled; the built-in odometer feature tracks your distance to help plan for regular bicycle maintenance. Stay on top of your rides, but also preserve your bike's longevity with this smart, compact tool.

Upgrade your biking experience with the Garmin Bike Speed Sensor Hub Mounted and feel the difference!

Colours Black
Sizes ONE SIZE
Brand Garmin
Model Year 2024
Barcodes 753759222536
SKUs / Part Numbers GMS84300

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