Bryton Cardio 40H GPS Watch: uploading data to BrytonSport.com

There are two ways of uploading your data from your Bryton Cardio 40H GPS Watch to BrytonSport.com: by first transferring the data to your computer and then uploading, or uploading directly to the site from your watch.

I have spent some time looking at the options available for uploading data from your Bryton Cardio 40H GPS Watch.

You need an account on the Bryton site. You can create one quickly and easily using a Facebook account (this also allows you to share your activities on Facebook if you choose to). You need to be logged into said account.

Uploading data from your computer
1 bryton-ready-to-upload Click the big yellow “Upload Files” button in the top right-hand corner of the screen.
2 bryton-choose-upload-type Select the “Upload from computer” option from the pop-up.
3 bryton-choose-save-as From the “Save as” drop-down select the “History” option, then click the “Select and Upload files” button
4 bryton-file-select Browse to the location where your files are stored. The default location will be something like: C:/ProgramData/BrytonBridge. The ProgramData file is probably hidden on your system. Select the files with the .BDX extensions. You can select as many files as you wish. remember: you may already have uploaded the files — only select the new ones.
5 bryton-upload-busy From what I can make out, if you upload a file twice, it simply ignores it. If you try and upload a file that you downloaded from your watch twice (in which case the second is simply a copy) you will get and error: “Empty file upload result”.
6 bryton-upload-complete The file has uploaded successfully.

 

Uploading data from your Bryton Cardio 40H GPS Watch
1 bryton-ready-to-upload Click the big yellow “Upload Files” button in the top right-hand corner of the screen.
2 bryton-choose-upload-type Select the “Upload from device” option
3 Bryton Cardio 40 Watch not connected Your watch is not connected
4 Bryton Cardio 40 Watch is connected Your watch is connected
5 bryton-no-tracks No tracks to upload
6 bryton-track-to-upload A Track is available for upload (there could be multiple). Select the Tracks you want to upload.
7 bryton-track-uploading Uploading in progress.
8 bryton-track-upload-complete Upload is complete.

You also upload your data to other sites such as endomondo: all you need to do is save your file in a compatible format. I used the .gpx format and had no trouble at all. It did not however include my heartrate data (I will be posting more about file formats and the data they contain in the near future).

Disclosure: the unit is being loaned to me for the duration of the review by Ballistic Bike Trading

David

Outdoor adventure enthusiast living on the Garden Route.

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