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Mark I.

Mark I.

Mark I.

Mark I.wrote a review of on February 12, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

The Neo 2 is a solid update to the original Neo. I was a skeptical of the claim that the Neo 2 is quieter than the Neo 1, but it really is. There's a slight hum from the unit and then my drivetrain noise. The Neo 2 is quick, solid and very consistent. Not having to calibrate and not having to plug it in are pluses, too. The added axle compatibility is a useful addition. The blue color on the base makes the unit look modern and updated. I went through several Neo 1's and this updated model has addressed all my concerns and complaints. Get the Neo 2 - you won't be disappointed.

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Mark I.

Mark I.wrote a review of on August 24, 2018

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

The Neo is an amazing trainer. It is very stable, has a unique design and works with all third party apps. The road feel feature is very cool, especially in Zwift. The unit is heavy and bulky. Getting the wings unfolded can be tricky, but once they are locked in place, no problems. Some have complained about carrying the unit when folded and scraping knuckles on the cassette. All you have to do is hold the unit by each end, not by the wings and it is easy to carry and much more stable. Problem solved.

Connectivity and performance are excellent. There is a small amount of noise, but that only really shows under hard efforts. The front wheel block is beefy and makes things very stable, too. The Neo is a great choice and a good buy at the current price. Although you can use it without the power brick plugged in, to get full functionality, you'll end up using the power brick. It is just a better, complete experience when using all the features of this trainer.

Update: I liked this trainer, but quality issues forced me to return two of them. Each unit has a recurring "whump-whump" noise that could not be resolved. One had bluetooth connection issues. I really wanted to keep and use this trainer, but at this price point, you expect perfection (and certainly no "whump-whump" noise).

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Mark I.

Mark I.wrote a review of on August 21, 2018

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

The 2018 KICKR is the best revision so far. Is it quiet, as in silent. SILENT. The only noise is my noisy chain. The unit is solid, beefy and built like a tank. Road feel is much improved over earlier models and the resistance response is incredible. You can't go wrong with this KICKR! Wahoo really listened to their customers on this one. Get yourself one of these babies!

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