Customers will receive a three-month replacement and one-year warranty from the date of purchase. If you have a question, please contact them immediately by email and their customer service team will help you out. You can read your statistics easily and clearly with the large screen display. The ReAl waterproof is easy to operate. On rainy days, it works great. Eliminate the tangles of wires on your handlebars with the wireless function. 20 functions includeDistance,maximum speed,average speed, driving time, calorie consumption, temperature, stopwatch, and etc. Scan function, no need to touch buttons, show all information and statistics automatically while cycling. They updated the brackets, the first one is extendable and the second one is for the bike handlebar. The All Size Bike Handlebar is more solid and stronger.
👤If you want an inexpensive bike computer that includes gps, heart rate tracking, fitness app synching and rechargeable batteries, and you don't want to spend more money for a bike computer that includes more bells and whistles, I would recommend the Nellvita product. You can use smart phone apps or fitness trackers to find features that are missing on the Nellvita. It is waterproof and has features such as a odometer, current trip distance, average trip speed, maximum trip speed, calorie burn, stop watch, and time of day. The computer comes with a 12 month warranty and a setting to remind you to service your bike at certain mileage intervals. The batteries are included. There is a There are two sets of written instructions, a short set and a longer set. There is a link to a YouTube instructional video. I was able to get clarity with the longer printed instructions and video because I had difficulty setting up the computer and installing the hardware based on the brief instructions. I had to watch the video a few times to figure it out. The installation instructions have a chart that will help you convert your wheel size to a computer program. I had to experiment with aligning the wheel sensor with the fork transmitter to get a reading on the speedometer. The instructions show the transmitter turned toward the wheel, but it hit my spokes when I installed it that way. I was able to place the transmitter at a slight angle so it wouldn't hit the spokes. There is a The computer/speedometer mount is tightened with a screw and nut. The mount has a computer in it. The bike fork is installed via zip ties, and several extra zip ties are provided. The zip tie transmitter attachment was not something I was excited about. The zip ties work. There is a You can either start the computer by pressing a button or by automatically starting it after a few seconds of movement. The computer is easy to read once in motion. You can use the computer to view many of the measurements during your ride. After 5 minutes of being inactive, the Nellvita shuts off automatically. The computer can be activated with a press of a button. I found the speed and distance tracked by the Nellvita to be accurate. The heart rate monitor that I use on my phone was not as good as the calorie burn stat on the Nellvita. But. I understand that calories burned on fitness devices are not accurate. Unless you clear the data, the Nellvita keeps a cumulative total of your statistics. There is a The warranty can be extended to 24 months. After I purchased the computer, I received a call from Nellvita to make sure I was happy with it. Customer satisfaction is a top priority for the company and they stand behind their product. There is a I rated the Nellvita 5 stars based on what it offers for the price, even though I had some issues with it. I didn't rate the Nellvita in comparison to the more expensive bikes on the market. If you want a decent bike computer but don't have a lot of money, the Nellvita is a good choice.
The screen of the bike gps computer is HD and has an auto-backlight to make it easy to read. IPX7 waterproof protection allows bike computer work in the rain. The functions are speed, distance, total distance, clock and ride time. A single button operation. It is easy to program/Tool Free installation.
👤It took a week to arrive. After setting it up on my bike, calibrating the distance between the sensors, and then quitting, it worked intermittently for the first few days. I applied to get the device back. To return the device, you have to print out a packing label and mail it back to the mfg. You are charged a fee at the company's discretion. I didn't want to go through the hassle, I thought it was a "lesson learned". I thought maybe it was the battery. I bought a new battery. The display lit up, but there was no recording. The wire from the sensor to the reader was not securely connected. The wire was not in the housing. I decided to reprogram it myself because I was anxious to get going and the warranty was already a bust. The item still did not work despite the fact that it was not worth your time. Only parts are a one time assembly. There is a 30 days would have been worth it if the product had been built to last.
👤I own four bikes and on three of them I have an older unit like this one. There is a I want something that shows speed, trip distance and an odometer. I don't need to know how much CO2 I saved or how much fuel I used. To be more accurate, I use the wheel size setting to set the diameter of the tire. It's easy to do by rolling the bike on the driveway and using the valve stem to mark the beginning. Measure the distance in millimetres with a tape measure. You get a very accurate measurement if you put that number. I use my phone and a fitness app to track my rides and have noticed when the app goes off a mile, it is on the speedometer. There is a It was nice to see the pickup on the fork come with some kind of spacers to close the gap between the sensor and the spoke. The wireless units have two batteries to deal with, but there is only one battery to deal with. I see battery life on my other units that last more than a year.
👤The only bike computer I could find that would work with my folding bike was the one on this one. The distance to the bike computers needed to be shorter to get a good signal. The first bike computer I installed on this bike was not reliable and I have to believe that they say that. It did not work after a few rides. The maximum distance between the computer and the sensor was listed in the installation instructions. This one works well. The wire is long enough. I had to find the wire length information elsewhere because I couldn't get it from Amazon. It doesn't calculate average speed, thus doesn't give me feedback that motivates me to keep up my pace at the end of a long ride. It no longer works and is garbage to me.
The main unit can be taken with you when you're not on your bike, and a builtin auto on/off function means you don't have to worry about the battery wasting power. Two buttons allow for easy operation, one for changing what info is displayed and the other for more options. The extra features include a stopwatch, calorie counter, imperial/metric units, and even a Scan function, which will automatically show you what you want while riding, meaning you don't have to fiddle with buttons to see what you want. The top of the display always shows the current speed, the bottom shows the max and average speed, and another arrow can show you if you're currently going slower or faster than average. You can adjust your cycling by getting information on the rate at which you're pedaling, as well as the RPM of the crank arm.
There are accessories. There are other accessories available for purchase. It's simple to use a bicycle computer. The construction isdurable. The functions include average speed, max speed and speed comparison. Total time is the distance from one point to another.
👤This was ordered to replace a cheap Chinese POS. The old one had a drop of water on it. This one is better than the others. It was easy to set up. It's easy to reset for each trip. It's easy to read. NASA couldn't figure out how to make work with the crappy instructions because they were too much. Installation was a snap because of the instructions and no tools were required. I am very happy with my computer. The sensor is mounted on the tire and should be used to measure the tire's height. The computer should be set to that number. It will be accurate.
👤I was a sigma wireless user last year, but I changed my batteries this spring and the bike computer stopped working. The new wired is amazing and has all the functions. After tweaking the wheel size 4-5 times, it's right on and consistant, I wanted it to sync with the mile markers on the trail.
👤I was able to modify the bike computer to work on my motorcycle, which only has an odometer and an inaccurate speedometer. The RE's speedometer information was upgraded with the help of the sigma. It took a few adjustments to get the speed indication to match the radar speed displays, but once set it is working just fine.
👤The product is good but not sure if it is correct. We have a table with the size of the wheel in the instruction. The bike computer is not set for that. It is impossible to put in time. There is a Even if you don't use a bike, the computer's battery is still working even if you don't. There is a It's a little expensive for an item like this.
👤It is easy to use and install. The wheel size measurement works fine after being adjusted a couple times. All modes seem very accurate. When the monitor is exposed to sunshine, the temperature readings should be normal. If you don't mind a wire wrapping down the front fork, get this. Working well for me.
👤The only reason I didn't give it five stars is because it looks pink in the picture and definitely is red, but overall it works great.
👤The back of the unit has a button that needs to be pushed with a pen. The button was stuck in the pushed position. It seems to be working after it was programmed. After 6,000 died, I bought this unit to replace it.
👤The computer works well. I bought it for my daughter. I didn't want to spend a lot on it. It is easy to use and read. The temperature gauge is nice.
👤Menschen on den Mond, bekommen es. hin. The bauen... Ihren kabelgebundener computer ist mein Lieblings. Im Kabel gebaut. I was soll in die Firma Sigma. Echt uncooles. There is a Gut: Preis, Gehusedesign. Echt, die Befestigungen fr den Geber dabei Konfigurieren, ist. Man was am display passiert, he was brauch und bedienen. There is a Man zum Bsp. warum verstellt. Was die Uhrzeit mag? There is a Reset. War mein erster und letzter sigma ist sondern.
Is that a thing? There is a warranty and port. A free new replacement is available. If you have a problem, feel free to contact them, they will give you a friendly customer service with a quick response. All of your favorites. Current, max, and average speed, total distance, trip distance, elapsed time, calories, carbon offset, pace arrow, and clock are displayed. The road's durability is a topic. The wire on the Enduro is heavy-duty and can handle wear and tear. Don't let menus or buttons distract you from enjoying your ride. Press the single button toggling through functions. Because you care. The calories and carbon offset are tracked by the Enduro. Don't go to the small stops. Are you caught at a red light? Do you stop for coffee? They've got you covered. When you stop, your CatEye computer stops counting time and average speed.
👤I have had Cateye wired cycle computers for a long time. I've not had good luck with the wireless units on the market. I'm willing to have wires for more reliability. The unit has a simple one button interface. I'm confident that the computer will work for my riding style, but I'm not sure if it has the ruggedness that a mountain bike computer needs. There is a The unit has calories and carbon offset that my other Cateyes don't have. It's not certain how calories could be accurate if you didn't enter your body weight. The number doesn't do much for me because it assumes a default weight that is less than mine. The carbon offset would be useful if you were using your bike for utility, instead of driving a car. What are we offsetting if we ride for exercise and enjoyment? I plan to put a lot of miles on this computer.
👤Poor designs of the mounting brackets eventually led to the failure of the wired connection, forcing me to swap out my CatEye Enduro 8 cyclocomputers. There is a The new Enduro is better. It is more intuitive to use one button on the front and a set button on the back. The screen is better, and the brackets can be mounted to the handlebars or the stem. There is a I wish CatEye would charge a few dollars more and include a better brackets. The wired receiver has a sticky back that won't hold up to a narrow front fork. It will not stand up to the elements or be good for reinstalling. The old Enduro/Mity 8's failed due to the lack of a seal between the brackets and the computer. There is a This is the most cost-effective cyclo computer you can buy, and it avoids the need to swap out two sets of batteries.
👤I have the bike shop install it. I know it's installed correctly. I bought the "wired" one after reading that some people have problems with cell phone interference. They should have installed it at a slant. The bike shop put it on the center post of the handlebars and it is 100% in the sun. Most of the summer here is in the shade. This is sunny in California. It made a burn on the glass in a short time. I can still use it. I don't fault the manufacturer. I don't recommend having it installed flat like it was laying on the ground for the sun to hit it. It works well and I like the features. I wish someone would come out with a light that you could turn on and off. It would be possible to see it at night.
👤The mount for the bike was easy and the build was good for off-road. It came with all the mounting things. The mounting instructions were clear. I would knock off a half star because it's a little more involved. The instructions are what made it so much for the unit. The instructions for 18 languages are written on them. I said 18. They just use diagrams to show you how to program it after conveying some basics in 18 languages. If you have a nonstandard wheel size like my 29er with a 3.4 tire profile, it gets a little more involved in the program. If you don't get the wheel size entry right, you have to reset the unit and redo the clock. If the wheel is not a standard size, there is a wheel size chart. I had to go higher than the chart said I would. I rode around and checked the odo with a gps and it was good enough for government work. I will relearn how to program it again after three years of usage, because I expect the battery-life tanks to be low. There is a I got the thing programmed after playing with it. The reading was easy to use.
For more than 30 years, the creators of imagination- and creativity-sparking products have been called the gold standard in early childhood play. Wake-up function that automatically wakes you from sleep mode when you sense the bike's vibration. The display is bright to easily view statistics. It's convenient and durable because of its small size, light weight and waterproof design. The bicycle computer can measure speed, distance, and riding time. Any serious bicyclist or fitness fanatic needs to know what to look out for. The day and night backlight provides a backlight for easy viewing. When a button is pressed, the backlight will turn on. The design of wireless automatic function causes the slight rattle sound from device. Simple installation that only takes a few minutes. The interface is easy to navigate with only two buttons. It's possible to make a custom tire size for accurate tracking. Common bicycles are compatible with this bicycle computer. Some electric-assist bicycles may not be compatible with this bicycle computer. The computer display, sensor, and magnet should be compatible with the device. Please contact them if you have any questions.
👤When will Amazon realize that they are losing customers because everything that's featured is made in china and doesn't work at all? There is a Cheaply made and goes out after five minutes from sliding on the spokes. The cheap plastic that this company and its millions of copy cat products use causes it to snap in half. It skips around changing mph for the time being. The screen is very small. Try riding over 20 mph on hills and terrain and see if you can see the screen. I would rate this a -5. You can't. If you have broken English electronics, avoid them or plan for refunds and headaches.
👤The product arrived on time. Installation was easy, even though I found the instructions a bit fuzzy, but I've installed enough of these to figure it out. I haven't tried it yet but it seems accurate and the buttons are easy to use even with bike gloves on. I was very happy with my purchase. Follow up on 15Nov 2021. I received a coupon that said if I gave a positive review, I would get a gift card or a bicycle light. I wrote the review, and I stand by it. I had to jump through hoops to redeem the coupon. They have yet to honor their coupon, and they asked multiple times for me to supply the link to the review, screen shot, and review. Don't do business with liars.
👤The reviews were mostly positive, but after installing the battery the wheel circumference was gone. The other battery was used but still nothing. The screen turned green for a while, but then it vanished. The hotmail service did not give any information. The store said I would have to pay for the return if I didn't have a return label. The price of the item was increased by a few bucks because there was no information on getting a return label. When new one arrives, will update. Don't use this seller. They did not provide a return label and there was no return address to send it to after I decided to ship it at my expense. They will give me a new one with free shipping, but I have to return the one that is not right. I will end up paying for something that doesn't work. I got a new one. And it was just fine. It works but not as advertised. It does not wake up on its own. If you don't turn it on after a few minutes, it won't register the additional miles or time. You have to turn it on! It's easy to forget and keep riding until you notice it's not on. Most bike commuters turn on automatically. It works. There is still a false claim.
👤The wireless speedometer was more than I expected. After spending $50 on a wired version, it had stopped working and I found a wireless unit for a great price on Amazon. It is very easy to use and has many of the same features as higher end units. I love mountain biking and found that the receiving and transmitter units stay in place and give accurate readings of distance and speed. It's not an oversized unit and has a backlit screen feature that can be turned on either manually or automatically. The price and all of the features make it worth the purchase. I would highly recommend it.
If you have a question, you can reach out or watch the videos. Click "add to cart" now to have peace of mind. All of your favorites. Current, max, and average speed, total distance, trip distance, elapsed time, calories, carbon offset, pace arrow, and clock are displayed. Don't go to the small stops. Are you caught at a red light? Do you stop for coffee? They've got you covered. When you stop, your CatEye computer stops counting time and average speed. The Velo 9 has a wired speed sensor. Because you care. The 9 velo tracks calories and carbon offset. Go the distance. You can forget about the battery if it lasts up to three years.
👤I bought my first bike computer in the 80s and it cost around 80 bucks. Oh! Being able to track miles with incredible accuracy added a whole new aspect to my cycling. I've ridden 186,000+ miles since then. Cateye computers track most of it. I've tried other brands, but always came back to the Cateye for its ease of use and reliability. The "Velo 7 model" is a bike that has 7 functions, including speed, trip miles, odometer, clock, average speed and max speed. There is a Well, lo and behold, they've changed it to a "Velo 9." I'm budget-conscious and the Velo 7 is more expensive than the Velo 9 in white. I'm happy with it, except for the two new functions. "Beuse you care" is explained in the promotional literature. The 9 velo tracks calories and carbon offset. There is a Well, guess what? I don't care. It's just good for people who care. There is a I might care if those figures were meaningful. Guess what? Calories are subject to many variables that are not factored in. I weigh over 200 pounds. I will burn more calories than a rider who is half my weight. If I coast for the same number of miles, I'll burn more calories riding 5 miles uphill or into the wind. And... The Carbon Offset is located in the middle of the city. Huh? Is that dependent on what form of transportation I would be using, if not riding my bike? I'm probably offsetting carbon when I ride my bike, instead of borrowing the Missus' Family Truckster. I'm below Algore, who rides in a limo. It's silly to make a pretense of measuring carbon offset. I don't think my bicycling will make the planet last another year. I'll take back everything I said if I can get some carbon money. Toggling past my caloris and set is not a big deal. I care. Ride on, friends. If you like the numbers, feel free to ignore my editorializing.
👤My wife uses her bike on a bike stand for indoor training so she had to mount it on the rear wheel. I had to mount the computer on the tube part of the frame because of the short cord. The frame for the wheel was too far away from the wheel spokes so I had to jury-rig the sensor so that it was close enough to register. There is a The package and instructions we received were all written in Japanese. The English instruction manual was on the Cateye website. There is a It is working well. I have given this 4 stars so far because I would like the cord to be longer so I could actually mount this on the handlebars. I don't know if there is a technical reason for not using a longer wire. It's still a problem. I wish there was a backlight to make it easier to read when it's not as light.
👤There is an update on 08/15/2020. To get a direct read on the cadence, set the wheel circumference to 166 cm. Magnets were only needed on one spoke of the chainwheel. 86rpm is equal to 8.6kph on the display. It was easy to read on the Velo 9. I use my Velo 9 as a cadence meter. I use a sensor to detect magnets on my bike. If you have a four-spoke chainring, you can enter your tire circumference as your speed unit. The biggest number that can be entered for tire circumference is 299 cm. There is an update on 08/15/2020. To get a direct read on the cadence, set the wheel circumference to 166 cm. Magnets were only needed on one spoke of the chainwheel. 86rpm is equal to 8.6kph on the display. It was easy to read on the Velo 9. I used a gps app on my phone to check theoretical and actual mph. The actual mph was always within a hair of the theoretical mph. It is important. magnets are not toys. They should be kept away from kids. There are additional notes. A smaller display will work. The same programming is used. I used rare earth magnets. The neodymium are much stronger than ceramic. The smallest chain ring I own has four spokes. I put two magnets on each spoke to get closer to the sensor. The magnets have not moved in over 100 miles of riding. Someday, I may use Silicone glue to secure them. I am an old, fat, out-of-shape guy who has gained weight during the COVID-19 shutdown. Getting serious about riding the bike has gotten me back down to my pre-pandemic weight. There is a It was a good thing that I pedaled faster than I thought. My cadence is about 60. My exercise cadence is 76-86. My shift to a higher gear is anything over 90. I wanted a cheaper meter than my bike. I didn't want to deal with wireless internet. My 9 velo meter works well. I am happy with the results.
It is suitable for all vehicles and is applicable to trucks, motocycle and bicycle which are not supported by the OBD hud. Obtain satellites quickly for accurate positioning, track how far, how fast and where you ride. DURABLE BATTERY: You can save the power function for up to 25 hours. Purchase with confidence comes with a 2-year warranty and lifetime support from i GPSPORT.
👤I needed a bike speedo because I have a hub. It's a hub that turns magnets. The magnets interfere with the normal sensors used by lower priced speedos, as they also use a single magnet attached to a spoke. I bought a Cateye padrone in October of last year, but it was either not working or it gave ridiculous numbers, like 70+ kmh, when I was rolling in the car park. I mounted it yesterday and followed the instructions to enter the wheel size. Straight forwards is what it is. There are four lines of data. This is fixed. There are different screens of data. There are two buttons. To scroll through them, press the right one. You can't change what data you see beyond flipping through it. You would have paid at least x3 more to make this bike computer your own. I rode my bike around the neighbourhood for about half an hour yesterday. It works well so far. There is a The mount uses elastics. I found it a bit difficult, but at least there's a backup elastic. The backlight works as well. There is a The amount of time it takes to turn on is the only negative. You press the left button to turn it on, and then you get a screen with every LCS item lit up, and it stays for quite a while, subjectively, perhaps 6-10 seconds, at least mine does. Maybe I'll learn that pressing the on/off/play button will cause this. I'll post pics later. I don't have a cable for the computer. There is a My rating is for the item's function, not its price. It is not going to be the same as a $700 device. There is one final note. There are 2 pages for this item. At the time of ordering, the price was about $75, but it seems that this is the most popular one. One of the other ones was selling it for only x1 review. I looked at both pages for a long time, but I could not see anything, so I ordered from the cheaper one. The prices of the two pages have not changed. I don't understand why they keep 2 pages for the same item.
👤Started out positive. Was excited about it. I opened it. I installed the app. I started changing settings after it connected to my phone. I took it on a bike ride and it showed me the mileage and speed accurately. The feature of grade % is about 3 minutes late. It seems to be a combo of the two. The bad news. I only connected to my phone once. I've tried everything. The app started fresh after being reinstalled. It was turned on and off. There is no way to connect with it. I can't even post my first ride. It's useless if I can't uploads. After each ride, I've been able to connect, but only after removing the device from my phone. It's not too bad, but it's dumb that I can't just use my phone and have it work. Both the meilan and xoss gps models had issues with getting accurate data, but both were easier to get the data off of and connected to my phone more easily. The app of Xoss was better than the one of iGPSport. I kept the iGPSport because it has better accuracy than the xoss and meilan, even though it is difficult to connect with my phone.
After the sensor is stationary, it will only start sending broadcasts after it is properly woken-up. The Sigma BC 5.16 is a wired bicycle computer that is least intrusive for cyclists. The display is easy to use. Functions are listed. The important cycling parameters - Speed, Distance and trip time - along with a clock in a very easy to read format are shown in the bicycle computer. It will show the total distance and ride time with a single click. BC 5.16 has an automatic start feature. The computer is waterproof in accordance with the IPX8 standard and will last you a long time. The design supports tool-free mounting. Pure 1 is compatible with UFSB. The included items are a bike computer, a cable model magnet, mounting material, and operating instructions. There are accessories. There are other accessories available for purchase.
👤I ride a 700c. There is a A 700c wheel has a diameter of 2095mm or 82.50", according to the cyclometer. There is a The wheel's circumference is listed by the cyclometer at 2085mm. Anyone who rides a bike should be aware of the problem. If not, the 700c's circumference is off by about 115mm. The closest setting to measure is the 28 which is 5mm under. I went through four sigma 509s. I loved them despite the tendency for the wire to break. They had better functions and the spacing was correct. There is a The BC 5.16 was double the price of the 509 and not even accurate. There is a They're still selling them even though someone messed up the math and reduced the number of settings.
👤The computer has everything I need. I use mph and trip distance. It is small, accurate and works on the stem. The computer that I used to use was very cheap and had terrible rabbit-hole-warrens. There is simplicity. There is efficiency. I use mountain biking on rugged Colorado trails and have had nothing but pleasure using it.
👤Simple installation will give you time, distance, clock, speed, and odometer. The small low profile looks nice. The spoke magnet design is not good, it must be centered on a rubber pad to stay put. It's all there in the instructions in 8 languages.
👤The large, easy-to-see display and lack of multi-functionality make this cycle computer more convenient to use than it is. If simplicity is important, buy this one.
👤I have other's of this model.
👤The batteries on the cyclometers were dead. Overall a good product.
👤The tut was er soll, wie man eigentlich. There is a Ich hatte das Vorgngermodell von sigma. Ich whrend der Fahrt am meisten interessiert, neben der Geschwindigkeit, ist die Uhrzeit. I am hab I zum nchsten Termin, hat der Laden, etc. Ich ist die meinem alten sigma. Im Knopf ist das Problem, leichtgngiger Plastikknopf, and I wusste Bescheid. Ich whrend der Fahrt viermal. Mal den rad computer, um den lenker, ist jedes. I am bestimmt daran, irgendwann. Ich bin angekommen, ziehe, das Gert in die Hosentasche. Im meinem alten sigma ist das automatisch. Die man schlielich mal vergessen, ist die Typenbezeichnung BC5.12 an, eigentlich. Allerdings ist die exakt 3mm. Ich ist viermal den Spezialknopf.
👤Dieser sigma computer ist bereits. Set Knopf ist das optimal war, obwohl das Einstellung ber den hinten liegenden. Doch is hat immer. The Einstellung von Reifengre und Fahrstreckeneinheit ist bereits. Einstellung des KM bertrags von meinem alten rad und computer ist die Uhrzeit. Stunde ist erfolglosen. Ich ist das Rcksendeetikett. There is a I am sorry, aber an eurem Set Knopf.
👤Die Marke sigma ist bekannt. Ich kaufte, die man fr das Geld bekommt. The Tacho macht insgesamt. In der Hand, liegt dieser gut. Weil er das klein ausfllt. Es ist gewollt. Ein kleiner wertiger Tacho, wer den Schnickschnack vergisst und lediglich, ist das Ntigste an Bord hat. Man die Uhrzeit ablesen, die Stopuhr, die Kilometerstand ablesen, and so on. Im braucht es. Angebracht am Tacho. Praktisch ist die optionale Anbringung von computer and sensorik. Man verwenden, die beigelegten Gummibnder. Schner und stabiler ist jedoch. Im Lieferumfang ist die Mssten. Fr war das grte Kaufgrund. IPX8 ist Angabe des Herstellers. Man bedenkenlos ist Wasser halten.
The bicycle computer has a HD screen and 500mAh battery, which gives you a better cycling experience. Bike computers can work normally on rainy days if you put it in the water. All of your favorites. Current, max, and average speed, total distance, trip distance, elapsed time, calories consumed, pace arrow, and clock are displayed. You don't have to start over every time you change the battery with the option to manually set the odometer. You can easily mount, adjust, and move your computer with their FlexTight Bracket. Setting up your gear and traveling more often are both things you can spend less time on. Don't go to the small stops. Are you caught at a red light? Do you stop for coffee? They've got you covered. When you stop, your CatEye computer stops counting time and average speed. DATA FOR HEALTH. The Wireless velo tracks calories burned.
👤I have been using Cateye cycle computers since the days of the Solar II and the one I bought in the 80s still works. I needed a basic computer for my new bike. There's no way to route a wire from the fork to the handlebars on a bike with disc brakes. There is a The computer and magnetic pickup work well. I bought the wired models of the pickup in the 90s and they still work, but it is less persnickety. The display is clear and bright, but I think it's too big for what it does and everything on the screen is controlled from a single button. The two small buttons on the bottom of the device are not accessible while the device is mounted. The installation was easy, but it took 2mm zip ties to complete it. They give 4 of them with no extras. Two are needed to mount the sensor to the fork, and two more are needed to mount the mounting brackets to the handlebars. My old wired computers have sturdy mounts secured with screws. They have rubber bushings to fit handlebars and forks. They stay put until you loosen the screws. If you want to uninstall the computer and sensor, you don't need to buy a new one. There is a The mount is made of thin plastic and has holes for the ties. The mount is not secured with a rubber sleeve, so it rotates easily on the bar. There's a bit of taper because this is a flat bar with a 31.8mm mounting diameter. I had to put it in place. It is not too secure. I didn't want to risk breaking the zip ties. It's difficult to dismount the computer once it's snapped into the mount. There is no mechanism to release the mounting brackets. To get it out of the mount, you have to push hard on the bottom of the device. The mount is not fastened to the handlebars. The fork mount has a strip to help position the sensor. If you're never going to take it off the bike, this is a good idea. There is no rubber to help keep the mount in place. You can make your own, but they don't work as well and they don't look good. There is a Setting the wheel circumference is a nuisance. After a couple of long rides, I realized that the default setting for a 26" wheel was not a good approximation of my actual wheel size. Taking the wheel off the bike is one way to fine-tune the wheel's resolution. There is a I would recommend this computer to anyone who can live with the drawbacks. Cateye computers work almost forever, and I would rather buy one of them than any of the no-name computers that sell for a little less.
👤If you start a ride and don't look like you're riding a bike, your computer won't record the miles you've traveled. The tech told me to hit the button before I started. Very rude answer. I won't buy Cateye products again just for that.
The backlight is used for night cycling. Hold the [SET]+[Mode] and you will see the show EL ON or ELOFF. In ON mode, you can press any key on the switch for 3 seconds. The new upgrade model can be adjusted according to the size of the bicycle handle. The cycle speedometer has 3 back lighting colors: green, blue and red. When you need to drive at night, you can set the backlight permanently. The screen turns off if there is no signal after 5 minutes. The computer will turn on automatically when you move or press a button. The small size, light weight, wireless and waterproof design make the bicycle odometer more convenient and durable. It works well to measure speed, distance and riding time. The built-in ball switch is easier to operate than a conventional bike odometer. The bicycle computer can capture data in real time using a premium chip. It can help you plan your training. It is easy to use the menu screen to change settings. The bike has 22 functions. The functions can be operated with 2 buttons if the spokes are at least 2mm in diameter. Installation of bike speedometer wireless is easy, without the need to install complex cables. It can be used on rainy days. It is recommended that you dry immediately after use. The installation steps of the manual make it easy to use. LCD DIGITAL. You can easily read your statistics from the display. Wireless transmission is super anti-ference. The colors on the display distinguish between the two days. Please contact them if you have any questions.
👤It didn't work for a day, so you should get a gps speedometer and skip any product from this company.
👤It shows the primary colors of red, blue, and green. I bought something different and reasonably priced because it is circular.
👤The unit didn't fit the screw that was used to mount the magnet. The strap was not tight enough. The unit was smaller than advertised.
👤This does not have a speed of the trip calculated. If you need to know the time while riding, you have to stop the bike and pull out your phone. That is dumb and ridiculous. I can't believe someone was paid to make this.
👤The thing was mounted with zip ties and almost broke.
👤It works! It is easy to read. It seems to be correct.
👤The instructions on the bike computer are too small to be read with a scepter. I couldn't get it to copy the preset until it seemed to me. After installing it, the sending unit wouldn't respond at all, and I gave up and returned it. The bike handle bar is too big for the special upright holder. Product a bust.
👤I bought this to see how fast I can go.
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