Ive had the Elite Suito and Direto XR with no complaints.over a few years. With only 2 dropouts over that time. I just switched to the Stages Bike to have a permanent setup, but I’ve been happy with the Elite products and customer service. Only one ride with the SB20 so far.
Thanks. I’m running a now a few-year old Direto (original model). Looking at the Justo vs the Neo 2t, and was waiting on the Neo 3, but have no idea if/when that’ll ever show up. Not much out on the Justo, even though DC Rainmaker reviewed over 6 months ago.
the leg design looks the same as the direto x which i personally found unstable as hell for sprinting on but if that isn’t an issue then it’s probably pretty good. it probably isnt going to be that much better than a direto though
The 2T was my first inclination, though it’s about $400 USD more than I can find the Justo selling for. Also there’s just something a little bothersome, in that while I know it’s a good trainer, it’s now in it’s 4th year on the market. My luck, as soon as I buy one, the next best model will get released a week later
Maybe if these go on sale again though, otherwise Garmin/Tacx have these pretty-much price fixed.
I have a NEO2T and would recommend one, even if there’s something else around the corner.
The original NEO (OG, aka “NEO1”) was fantastic - Tacx hit a home run and has just been refining the design since. Nothing else, IMO, comes close, given there’s no drive-belt to wear out. Working without a power source means any power drops wouldn’t affect it so if your Zwift device is a tablet or laptop, even a power dropout wouldn’t kick you out of a ride.