Product Comparison: Bryton Rider 310 vs Garmin Edge 200


General Specifications
About the Product
Whether you expect a cycling computer to be simple for enjoyment, affordable for your budget or powerful for your trainings, Rider 310 answers them all. Designed for all around cyclists, Rider 310 is simple, powerful and affordable.
Easy-to-use GPS Bike Computer Tracks time, distance, speed and GPS position Challenge your past rides or others’ rides Great for everyday, training or touring rides.
Brand
Bryton
Garmin
Model
Rider 310
Edge 200
Origin
China
USA
Key Specs
Sensors
Barometric altimeter
Type Of Tracking
GPS
GPS
Tracking Details
Speed, Power, Altitude, Time, Heart rate, Cadence, Calories, Distance, Lap time
Time, Speed, Distance, Calories, Location
What customers say about "Key Specs"
Bryton Rider 310 GPS Cycling Computer
  • Really enjoy this gps unit.The accuracy is very good.
  • The data was accurate, everything stayed synced and gps stayed connected during my ride.
  • I have been running it redundantly with my iphone/strava and the gps mapping is spot on.
  • It's relatively simple to use, pairs easily to my sensors, and provides a lot of data customizability.
  • The Barometer adds altitude information, and though the manual doesn't say so, there is a gradient data point as well.
Garmin Edge 200 GPS Enabled Bike Computer
  • Easy to use display and buttons, lightweight and compact, easy to upload files to Strava.
  • It was easy to mount on my bike. And it's easy to see while riding, even in the glaring sun, even with polarized sunglasses.
  • This GPS works great and is incredibly accurate.
  • The Edge 200 had no problem picking up the satellite signal even zipped up in the top outside pocket of his jacket.
  • It will sometimes lose touch with the satellites on a path with a canopy of trees but it mostly keeps contact.
Size & Weight
Height
2.74 in.
2.7 in.
Width
1.78 in.
1.9 in.
Depth
0.68 in.
0.8 in.
Weight
1.98 oz.
2.1 oz.
Display
Display Size
1.8"
1.2" x 1.4"
Touchscreen
Yes
No
3D-Map View
No
No
Resolution
128 x 160 pixels
What customers say about "Display"
Bryton Rider 310 GPS Cycling Computer
  • The display is very nice and I was surprised that once I synced with the Bryton app that phone calls showed up on the screen, I wasn't expecting that.
  • The backlight works great, the mount works perfect, the quality of the case is very good.
  • I found a setting last night for auto back light, it turns on the light at dusk and off in the morning!
  • The auto backlight is pretty nice for riding at night.
  • It has a large display that is easy to read while riding.
Garmin Edge 200 GPS Enabled Bike Computer
  • The display is clear and easy to read. It displays 4 functions on one screen.
  • The screen is big enough to see the data during bright sunlight.
  • The display is perfect in size and information that I need to know on any distance of ride.
  • The 200 display seems perfect with large text where you need it.
  • My only complaint is that you cannot customize the display screen but that is a minor drawback.
Features
Maps & Memory
Riding history up to 300 hours, Lap history: 130 laps
Riding history up to 1000 laps
Realtime Map Updates
No
No
Smartphone Compatible
Yes
No
Interfaces
USB, Bluetooth
USB
Environmental Protections
IPX7
IPX7
Extras
Customizable data pages, STRAVA, TrainingPeaks and Selfloops Auto Sync, Bryton App sync, Time/distance alerts, ANT+ Sensor Connectivity
Auto Pause, Auto Lap, Virtual Partner, Auto scroll, Cycling Courses, Time/distance alerts, Garmin Connect
What customers say about "Features"
Bryton Rider 310 GPS Cycling Computer
  • I purchased just the head unit and it connected flawlessly with my Cateye Ant+ speed/cadence sensor and my Garmin Ant+ heart rate monitor.
  • It calculated my ride today perfect, uploaded to Strava just fine.
  • The app works great on my phone, but I have to go to the brytonsport.com website to upload to strava. It has a one click strava button and uploads it for you (very nice).
  • It gets the job done of syncing rides to Strava without any problems. Syncs speed, heart rate, and cadence, as well as GPS position.
  • I really like that it can recognize once you're moving and asks if you want to start logging a ride.
Garmin Edge 200 GPS Enabled Bike Computer
  • I like the auto scroll at the bottom better than the 500 which auto scrolls each screen.
  • Current speed, distance, and time are always shown, while you can choose to cycle through calories burned, average speed, and total ascent.
  • The 200 finds signal sometimes 5 times as quickly as the 500.
  • The Edge 200 has an awesome "backtrack" feature, which works very well.
  • Instructions are not clear enough and how I can connect to other cyclists in Wash DC area.
Battery
Battery Life
36 hours
14 hours
Battery Type
Rechargeable li-polymer
Rechargeable lithium-ion
What customers say about "Battery"
Bryton Rider 310 GPS Cycling Computer
  • Battery life is excellent, I can log for 400-500 km of riding before "low battery" warning.
  • The battery lasted about 20 hours of riding off and on.
  • This little device provides an amazing amount of data and has a long battery life.
  • The battery is pretty awesome as well. The 20 hour battery life is pretty accurate.
  • Battery very durable, had not been less than 3/4 to full on 3 hours ride.
Garmin Edge 200 GPS Enabled Bike Computer
  • It has a long battery life, never had an issue on 7 hour rides, and you can set the backlight to stay lit on constant for night rides.
  • Battery last much longer than my ride time.
  • I went on a 1.5 hour long ride, with the backlight on the whole time and it only used 15% of the battery life. That was impressive.
  • Awesome little GPS unit with amazing battery life.
  • Battery charges quickly and lasts well.
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications
CE
CE
Manufacturer warranty
1 year(s)
1 year(s)
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