I'm finally pulling myself into the 21st century navigation-wise. I've always relied on paper maps and because I like to use Sustrans routes this, combined with the Sustrans signage, has mostly been fine. However, I'm sure many of us have experience missing Sustrans signs and I don't always want to stick to their routes. There are so many roads in the UK it's tedious stopping to check the map at every junction. So I've been experimenting with GPS navigation on my phone (cycle.travel and Komoot) to see how I get on. I love it! Well, except when I forget to turn on the socket and my phone isn't actually charging at the hostel... My phone got wet on Saturday so I'm thinking it's time to take the plunge and get a proper GPS device. I've watched this video and have come to the conclusion that the Wahoo Elemnt Roam best suits my needs (much better battery life, matt screen, easier re-routing). I know they've recently updated it. Does anyone have any comments, good or bad? I'll be using it for day rides and also for touring. I need to be able to plan routes on my phone while touring as I won't have a computer with me.