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Super Pro GPS Pro Loaded Bike Computer

1 out of 5 stars
1 Review



Why We Like The Lezyne Super Pro GPS Pro Loaded Bike Computer

With the Lezyne Super Pro GPS Pro Loaded Bike Computer, simplicity is key. This bike computer features super accurate GPS and GLONASS navigation, intuitive operation, and an impressive 28 hours of battery life. The Lezyne Ally phone app allows us to customize the data screens with up to 8 easy-to-read data fields while also allowing us to follow structured workouts from our favorite third-party apps. The Super Pro comes preloaded with multiple sensor options so we can spend less time setting up our device and more time out riding.


  • Simple, easy-to-use GPS bike computer
  • GPS and GLONASS satellites offer accurate route recording
  • 28 hours of battery life offers power for big adventures
  • Customize up to 8 data fields to see only the important metrics
  • Preloaded maps and turn-by-turn navigation keep us on track
  • Full integration with Strava, TrainingPeaks, and more
  • Connects to electronic drivetrains for feedback in real-time
  • Item #LEDH15C
Housing Material
Bluetooth, ANT+
Operating System
Lezyne Ally, Komoot, Relive, Strava, TrainingPeaks, Today's Plan
Battery Type
rechargeable litnium polymer
Battery Life
Mount Type
X-Lock Standard
GPS computer, heart rate flow sensor, pro sensor pair, alloy forward mount
2.8 x 1.9 x 1in
Face Size
1.3 x 1.6in
Claimed Weight
2.1oz (60g)
road cycling

Overall Rating

1 based on 1 ratings

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1 out of 5 stars

October 18, 2021

Poor quality of materials on sensors

I've put it through the wringer

The equipment works well in its functionalities. Sometimes the GPS does not pick up a signal or it takes several minutes and it is necessary to restart the module. After 1 year of use, the main problem is that the sensors and supports are of very poor quality and resistance. The rubber bands to hold the cadence sensor cut off after a few days and you lose the sensor. The plastic ears where the rubber bands are attached to the sensor break easily and you lose the sensor. (see photos) The internal system that holds the battery caps, dries out and breaks, leaving the cap without sustenance. The plastic grooves that hold the cover are broken (see photo in the first battery change). The sensor filled with moisture inside and broke. In conclusion, an investment that, because it is cheap, has been very expensive.

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Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com