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I agree that the bike computer would be more accurate. However, you also mention you already have a Garmin... the Garmin isn't so inaccurate I'd buy another computer.
What I have noticed, though,is that reading a Garmin on my wrist is inevitably a little bit more difficult than reading things like speed and distance on the bike computer, so that's something to keep in mind.
As far as cadence goes, I've always felt a decent rider can get a feel of this rather quick, so I wouldn't obsess about it.
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