June 26, 2020 | Version 2.2.1
Very nice App! [Fenix 6X] 1) I have an issue with the power meter from my Giant Trance E+2. It switches very often between very low an 250W or so. So the calories calculated, when power meter is used, are very low. 2) Is it possible to export the battery state and maybe the support level? 3) Support levels are shown as 1-1,2-2,3-3,4-5,5-6 is there a way to fix?
June 2, 2020 | Version 2.2.1
Great app, the only tempe senzor is missing yet, please try to allow ASAP, thanks in advance.
June 1, 2020 | Version 2.2.1
Works great on Giant Trance E+3. Sometimes though when the watch is scrolling through fields, the ebike screen will show "unsupported layout" but only occasionally
May 26, 2020 | Version 2.2.1
Works great with giant rideone controller. Unfortunately it doesn't replace some of other data fields cause hr zones are hard to see on a smaller watch screen.
April 3, 2020 | Version 2.2.1
Works great. Connecting and setup is totally easy, the only question was the premium setup with the case sensitive email address (was different then the upper/ lower case usage of the feedback email with the code). The one thing missing on the datafield is CADENCE. I know there is a lot of information on the fenix 5 screen, but perhaps this information could go next to the assist level.
April 6, 2020, JanCapek
Hi Christoph, thanks for feedback! You can easily put cadence to this datafield via its setting (where you activated premium). Of course, you have to replace some other info, as the screen can't fit more values. :)
February 26, 2020 | Version 2.2.0
Works great with Fenix 6 Titanium (software v6) and EMTB Giant Trance E+3 2019(controller unit RideControlOne 2020 ANT+)
January 18, 2020 | Version 2.2.0
Power output non showed on forerunner 645, other data fields ok.
January 18, 2020, JanCapek
Hi, power field require to have native compatibility of Garmin device with power meter sensor.
Pop Ioan Gabriel
December 10, 2019 | Version 2.2.0
Best datafield ever for people who want to be connected to most important things during an real off road e-bike ride. Congrats' guys!
May 29, 2019 | Version 2.1.0
The best datafield for riding an Ebike with all informations you need. Works great with the MARQ. Thanks to JanCapec and his support.
May 6, 2019 | Version 1.0.3
Works great with turbo levo 2018
I'm very satisfied
Very complete. Well done!
David Carrasco cadalso
April 25, 2019 | Version 1.0.3
Fantástica y funciona genial ......
March 27, 2019 | Version 1.0.3
A great data field that I use on the Fenix 5X. All information in the smallest space, you only need good eyesight or well-adjusted glasses. When adjusting the bike sensors connected to the Fenix, make sure that the correct wheel circumference is set on the speed sensor.
In case of problems fast support by the developer. Thank you very much.
January 3, 2019 | Version 1.0.3
Works a treat on my Garmin Fenix 5xplus
Highly recommend for bike freaks like myself!!!!
Screen is clear and easy to read.
October 12, 2018 | Version 0.9.6
works great with my Fenix5X+ and my 2019 Turbo Levo HT 29, maybe a litte too much details on the little screen for my old eyes... but the other eBike Datafield of this developer can take over the job if you need bigger display of just the assist and batterie level.
its worth a donation ... thumbs up
FatBiker Andree 🌤🚴🏼♂️💨
October 2, 2018 | Version 0.9.0
Die Bilder sind vielversprechend. Leider sehe ich auf meiner fenix5 nur Linien und keine Zahlen. Schade, bitte nachbessern.
October 4, 2018, JanCapek
Hello, first can you please confirm, that you have datafield on single datafield layout (one on whole screen)? If yes, could you please send me image of screen to [email protected]? Thank you!
September 20, 2018 | Version 0.5.0
Works fine with my 2016 Turbo Levo and Fenix 5x+. Thanks.
Any plans of adding functions such as dynamically change the assist level ?
September 21, 2018, JanCapek
Hello and thank you for the review! There are lots of plans to improve datafield and generated data so stay tuned, but I can't promise this for now, as there are some related limitations of ANT+ connectivity. But thank your for your input, I will definitely dig more into this and we'll see what future brings. ;)