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Cat Eye Stealth 50 GPS ANT+ Cycling Computer CC-GL50

$149.99ea.
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Cateye's Stealth 50 offers GPS technology and ANT+ compatibility at an unprecedented price.

This value-priced computer tracks speed and distance via satellite, so set up is incredibly easy -- just mount it up and ride. Unlike its little brother, the Stealth 50 is compatible with industry standard ANT+ power meters, speed/cadence sensors, and heart rate straps. It also records up to 60 hours of data which you can upload and share via web-based training sites like CateyeAtlas, TrainingPeaks, and Strava.

Additional features include a full-time backlight, auto-stop/start and programmable odometer. The Stealth 50 is waterproof, USB rechargeable and can be used on multiple bikes.

In the box:

  • Stealth 50 Computer
  • USB Charger
  • Handlebar bracket
  • Stem mount

Features:

  • GPS Technology
  • No Speed Sensor Needed
  • Quick Setup/Simple Operation
  • ANT+ Compatible for use with industry leading power, heart rate, and cadence sensors
  • Constant running backlight
  • Waterproof
  • Upload ride data to social media sites like Cateyeatlas.com. Training Peaks, and Strava
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Reviewed 1/24/2014
by Physicyclist
Cycling Enthusiast
Ventura, Ca
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2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.
Cateye GPS unit works well, but must be removed from bike to recharge regularly.

Inexpensive GPS bike computer works well, however must be removed from bicycle every several hours to recharge the batteries. In addition to no on-the-bike charging capability, the unit sometimes takes several minutes to locate a satellite signal. Once locked on, the Cateye works brilliantly!

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Reviewed 10/21/2013
by Greg D.
Cycling Enthusiast
Richland, WA
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3 of 3 customers found this review helpful.
Good cheap GPS computer

This computer did everything I wanted it to do. give cadence/HR and speed. It also does my GPS tracking so I could use my phone for things like phone calls, and not have to worry that Strava was killing my battery. I have taken this computer on an 8 hour ride and did not kill the battery. Something my phone could not do.

Setup from the included instructions was not all that intuitive, but Cateye's video on youtube was good.

I have had no problems using it. The easy upload to Strava is a nice feature.

Its not a Garmin, but for a budget GPS computer it does alright

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Reviewed 6/11/2013
by jollyGreenGiant
Cycling Enthusiast
Northeast
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9 of 9 customers found this review helpful.
No frills GPS logging, easy setup, good bang for the buck.

Does was it's supposed to, had a few dropouts under tree cover but I suppose that comes with the territory. Compared my readings to 4 buddies with Garmins and the total elevation was pretty low. Their website stinks but I use it for Strava and it does that well except you have to click the Strava button for each ride to upload. Bottom line, good value for what it is, not perfect. I use the heart rate monitor as well and that's nice. Everything just works nicely. Don't like waiting for the GPS to engage before a ride, it doesn't like to catch a signal when moving, so you have to wait but it's pretty quick usually. Bottom line is if you've got a budget and you use Strava and don't want to shell out the big $ for Garmin this is great. I could have logged with my phone as well but I want the dashboard. It's a nice device and I'm sure it'll only improve, good to see Garmin has some competition.

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Reviewed 6/24/2013
by danesq
Cycling Enthusiast
silicon valley
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4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.
poor design to the point of being essentially un-usable

very disappointing product design. cadence and HR only scroll, middle third is Pwr only and cannot be used to dispay any other data. mount is ridiculously clunky. that alone would keep this product off my bike. returned the product.

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Reviewed 6/24/2013
by Andre Bertin
Cycling Enthusiast
Sparta, NJ
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2 of 2 customers found this review helpful.
Does what a cycling computer should.

I purchased the Stealth 50 because I wanted the basic functions ( cadence, heart rate, speed, elapsed time and actual time), with the ability to track my route (new or old) via GPS. Map?, I don't need no stinking map, I know where I'm going!

What really makes this computer stand out as a great value is the Cat Eye Atlas site on line. Once I complete a ride and download it to my computer, it's only a couple of clicks till I'm watching my route on the Cat Eye Atlas site. A map of my route is outlined on the screen and a box on the right shows the mileage, speed, cadence and heart rate along the way. I can click on the box to see maxiums or averages of all my readings. The computer is also power meter compatibil, but I haven't gone that route yet.

Below the interactive map is another box which displays a graph of your inputs, including elevation. You can view as many or as few as you like. Compare heart rate to elevation, add in cadence, then speed, add or remove your data as you see fit. Pretty Cool!

Overall I'm pretty satisfied with my purchase, I don't need a map and if I change my ride mid route the Cat Eye will show me my need route when I get home.

My only issue was that the instructions are a little vauge and it takes a couple of attempts to get the initial settings loaded onto the computers. Or maybe I'm just to old to teach new tricks. But once set up, it's everything I hoped it would be and more

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Reviewed 5/11/2013
by PM
Cycling Enthusiast
Clovis, CA
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4 of 4 customers found this review helpful.
Very Accurate and Simple to Use

Just put 350 miles on my bike this week trying out the new Stealth 50 by riding set routes that I already know the exact distance to. The Stealth 50 was right on the money in measuring distance and had no problems even on heavily overcast days. All I wanted and needed was a simple GPS unit so I opted for this new Cat Eye model that gives you the basic information and eliminates the need for a wheelfork sensor. The bar mount is the same easy to use mount that is available with the newer Cat Eye products - the one that has a dial knob that tightens the clamp to the stem or bar. Thus, you can get a second clamp and then easily switch the unit between the bikes. The unit does have a power button on the back so I think it is easier to install on the bars rather than the stem - otherwise you will have to regularly pull the unit from the mount to access the power button. Looks like Cat Eye hit a home run with this unit given its pricing. Difference between Stealth 10 and 50 is the Ant sensor capability. As for battery life, the manual says 10 hours - don't know how this compares with Garmin or Timex but we'll see how it holds up on the long riding days of the Seattle to Portland ride in July.

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