Jon Jwrote a review of Magellan Cyclo 505 HC GPS Cycling Computer Bundle on July 28, 2015
Familiarity: I've used it several times
I'm a rube when it comes to GPS units, but the Cyclo 505 is easy to setup and use. Functionality is intuitive, and the ability to change the data points displayed on the head unit was easy. My favorite feature was the "surprise me" route builder. This allows you to set a time or distance, and the unit will generate 3 ride options for you, generally varying in the amount of climbing from less to more. Living in a urban area where most road rides had become standard loops, this provided a welcome change. Way-finding on the screen was clear, and the voice commands were given with ample notice. Durability wise I've had no issues. The screen is robust, but has yet to take a solid fall. Glare hasn't been an issue, nor has distortion with polarized lenses. Battery life is well indicated and seems efficient. Bluetooth and ANT+ connectivity are available, but I have yet to set those up. I was dismayed at first that the out front mount did not feature a hinge, but found the material has enough give to snap over the bar. All in all, functionality for the price is tough to beat.