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.
Up to 20 hours with the gps, and up to 40 hours with the charge power pack. To ensure the bike computer works properly, you must download the XOSS APP first. The XOSS G is a high-tech cycling computer that has a built-in high-sensitivity gps chip. It is important that you position accurately the location of your riding. Also records the track. The XOSS G bicycle computer has functions that help you ride scientifically and effectively. Average speed, altitude, slope, maximum speed, total mileage, current speed, and current cycling time are included. The Xoss G cycling computer does not support the heart rate monitor. Data transmission to Strasbourg. The Professional XOSS Cycling Computer Riding APP supports uploading your riding data via the internet. 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.
👤This computer is completely wireless and does everything I want it to. I know because it was the same as one of those digital speed limit radars. The app that is provided with the XOSS shows the route over a map layer, has average speed, elevation gain, and many other features. The only things I need with a simple bike computer are speed, time and mileage. I use the stem front mount on my bike. I have biked in the rain with it and it has held up. The computer needs to be connected in order to have U.S. metrics when you want to look at your activity log in the app. It will only show in kilometers if it is off. There is a lag if you are moving while starting the gps or changing modes mid-ride. Going from the time screen to the gradient screen.
👤The product was pretty good. The rubber band mount looks compatible with the mounts. I wanted to see my miles, my time, and my speed, but I didn't have to install a magnet on my wheel and measure tire diameter. The rubber bands on the bike work out of the box. It can't be next to anything that isn't flat in the mounting zone because it has to spin a quarter turn. At least for the mount. If you want to switch from klicks to miles, hold down both buttons for three seconds and hit the left button. Each session is stored with maps. The xoss app on your phone will allow you to see the sessions and maps. Once installed on your phone, you can dump the sessions. The register with the internet giant didn't work for me because of a security flaw. You might want to set up a separate account for Strava. I'm shown kilometers even though I've changed my default to miles. If you hit the button, you won't be able to do anything. There is a If you just want an easy to use speedometer with stored values, reset it to miles once you want to use it. It's a small computer.
👤I decided to invest in a bike computer after breaking my cell phone. The XOSS G is perfect for me. It has some quirks, but it does everything I need it to do. There are features that are not clear in the description. I didn't want to install any more sensors. There is a Track you ride route and elevation gains. The screen is bright. It finds aGPS in under 30 seconds most of the time. It tracks distance and elevation. It is very small and portable. The battery has been good for several days of rides. There was no need for extra sensors. There is a Instantaneous data can be affected by cloudy days or dense tree canopy. The current speed may be off temporarily. It works when you sync data to your phone. The XOSS app is very weird. It won't show your preference the same everywhere. There is a If you only need to see your current speed, route and elevation, this is a great device.
The wireless bicycle computer can be used to apply to most types of bicycles, for example, mountain bikes, road bikes, electronic bikes, folding bikes, and when you are outside, take the bike computer with you to provide the real-time record. To ensure the bike computer works properly, you must download the XOSS APP first. The bike computer has a high-sensitivity gps chip. It supports four kinds of positioning systems. Automatic Pause Mode is when you stop according to the gps location. Data can be uploaded to the XOSS APP viaBluetooth and synchronized with Strava at the same time. The XOSS APP can be used to set the time zone. The bike computer can set the last two datas. It helps you exercise scientifically by showing you current speed, current cycling time, current cycling distance, average speed, slope, maximum speed, and total mileage. The battery life is up to 25 hours. One-year warranty is offered by them. If you have a problem after the date of purchase, please contact them through email or other channels. They will try to find a solution.
👤The unit works well. It's amazing how good it is at detecting start/stop. The path and trips are tracked in the app. There is a The brackets are not very good. The diameter of my handlebar was larger than the range of handlebar diameters the brackets worked over. You can get the gps unit without the brackets at a lower price. The cheaper alternative would have been better for me. I can't vouch for accuracy, but it seems right to me. I would buy this unit again.
👤Excellent bike computer! The best bang for the buck! There is a The current speed, distance, average speed, and elevation are all accurate. There is a The data is very close to my phone. There is a The battery, display and reliability have been excellent so far. The display is bright. The buttons are easy to grasp. There is a The bike computer is easy to use. A traditional bike computer is 5 steps up. It's cheaper than spending $300 on a one. There is a If you're looking for a bike computer that can track your ride and average speed, then you're in the right place. I highly recommend this!
👤I only used this product for 10 hours. The original charge of the battery is 50%. I noticed a drop in miles per hour when I was riding under heavy tree branches, but it did perform well in the open. The mount is made for 30mm bars, not vintage 23 to 24mm bars. It will need a rubber shim. The small mount is attached to a band. I'm happy with this unit so far.
👤The mount doesn't fit my bike's handlebars. The mount is made for a bigger bar. I don't recall seeing a reference to this in the ad. This is a great gps for a fair price. I almost sent it back as the first time locating the gps took a long time. Once it finds itself, it only takes about 30 seconds to be up and running. It might be an issue again if you travel with it in the off setting. There is a The AP can be used to track progress.
👤I buy a bike computer that will show me speed, distance, times and distances. It lasts about 20 hours on a charge. It bounced around on my bike in the rain. There is a Due to its small size, I left it in my pocket and washed it the third day I had it. I found it before the dryer. I don't think it's a good idea to wash in. It did not have an issue at all.
👤The accuracy is close. I compared it to my phone. It's always the same. I charge it after almost every ride, and the only time it showed less than 50% charge was after a 2 1/2 hour ride with a 45 minute pause in between. When you stop riding, it stops. Since the speed and mileage is determined with the help of a gps device, there can be a small lag when speeding or slowing, but it averages out to be very accurate. The G+ model allows for accessories to be added, such as a wheel speed monitor, so I wish I had bought it. There is a I am very happy with this purchase.
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.
We accept returns within 30 days without any reason and offer replacements within one year. They will do their best to help you if you have any problems. The bike front light has a brightness of 800 lumens, up to 500 ft illuminating, 95 light angle, and 4 lighting modes to choose from. No more costs on batteries for both! The front bike light has a 1500mAh internal battery, which can be used for up to 3 hours through a Microusb port, and the tail light has an integrated 330mAh battery, which can be used for up to 1.5 hours. The bike computer can measure and record speed, distance and riding time, which is what a serious bicyclist or fitness fanatic needs to know. The horn and light are in the same design. The bike horn can make a loud noise. There are 6 different sounds. The bicycle light is waterproof. Tesecu bike front light is made of high quality material, IPX65 rated, which means no need to release it if you get caught in the rain. The surface of piano paint is strong. The rear light is waterproof.
👤The light is the only thing that works. I wanted to know my speed. I bought it. The instructions are poorly translated into English. Between two different readings, the speedometer flashes. It's not that the i formation means anything in the first place, it's that it's 30/19 back and forth so fast you can't read it.
👤Where should I start? The first day I bought it, it was not worth the value per dollar. I spent over an hour trying to get the data sensor to work, but it wouldn't pick up any movement, and the sensor hasn't worked since then. The horn sound selection tones don't get anyone to notice you. This is not waterproof as they say. I'm pretty sure we all were woken up by something that caused the horn to malfunction inside the light. We all get up very early in the morning for work and I had to beat it up to shut it off. I'm very disappointed and don't recommend this for it not being worth what it's worth and for the fact that we've lost sleep because of a more than likely not thoroughly tested product. Don't use in wet conditions.
👤The horn and light work well. The setup on the speedometer was done according to the instructions, but the speed value jumps all over the place, and never gives a steady reading. I can't trust the distance info either. I have added a video to show the different speeds. There is a There is an edit. The Horn connection is made with a microusb port. It took a day to remove the end from the cable. I also have no horn. Suggestion to an engineer who doesn't live in the real world. The horn cable connection should be the same as the speed sensor. People buy new charging cables because the connection ends are easy to break.
👤It was bought for the kid to ride his bike to school. The product description claimed that the bike light was bright. I'm very happy with that. It's bright. It lights up a large area in front of the bike. I liked brightness, solid build quality, rechargeable battery, additional accessories and more. It took a while to figure out how to use it. It's not a bad thing if you need those additional features.
👤The horn system is loud. When you buy a noisy toy for your 1 year old, do you regret it? I will be with my wife when she drinks on the bike trail and sounds the horn at everyone we pass. I think I will take it from her and put it on my bike. We haven't checked the light power or the mile counter yet.
👤There is a new version of 11.Mar. 2021. I accidentally left it in my bag for 30 minutes. It went from 100% to 65%. There is a new version of 26.Sep. 2020. This will not last over 5 hours. It will last 2.5 hours after a few uses. I used it on 3 different rides to see how long it would hold a charge. The first ride is about 40 minutes. It was at 90. 40 minutes in the second 40 minutes. It was at 78. The 3rd ride died about an hour in. It went down very quickly after 60 percent. There is a After 15 minutes of use it was at 45%. It's nice that the price and phone charging are included. There is a The charge is held by the back taillight. There is a I didn't like the other lights on Amazon. I came across this one while I was looking. It's bright for biking at night. The utility light is not bright enough to cause you to be blinded. There is a The taillight is nice, but you need to keep it from falling off. Oops. It's funny. You can't use the light at the same time as you charge your phone. There is a 35 minutes before it's 90, I can use it at the fully charged 100 level.
It is easy to open the battery case with a coin and replace the battery. You can easily see Max Speed, Distance, Gradient, etc while riding with a 1.8-inch screen display. DynamicGPS and wireless design. The time and date will be adjusted automatically after locating satellite signals. The data cannot be uploaded directly to your PC, but you can use the ANT+ sensor data to sync the data to the i GPSPORT app. The Super Large Capacity battery is small, light weight and has an auto sleep function, which can be used for more than 30 hours. The Bicycle Computer IGS10S can be used in rainy days.
👤Producto de gama de iniciacin es perfecto, estoy porque le puse los dems sensores. Un pequeo problema de humedad interna. O recalentamiento no tienes porque en otras referencias, pero se expone mucho al sol. Sulfaten los componentes internos.
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There are accessories. There are other accessories available for purchase. Special features are included in 15 functions. The installation manual is easy to follow.
👤When I am done riding, I can't reset my trip meter or time because I have installed the Dashboard 150. The instructions say to hold the buttons for 3 seconds. This resets my trip meter and time, but it also resets everything else, such as the wheel value, KM/M selection and 24 hour clock option. It's a real pain to have to reset everything just to get my mileage back. The manual is wrong and you only have to press the left button for three seconds, according to the Q and A section. This doesn't work on the dashboard 150. The left button on the dashboard does not work. The 3 stars are what they are. I would change to 5 stars if someone pointed out an easy solution. No solution so far.
👤I'm giving this 5 stars because of the price. If you're not rich, you'll have to sacrifice the sexy aero frames and carbon stuff in order to get a new bike. If the cost of the bike uses up the entire budget, you have to wait until the next paycheck to get all the accessories you want. That's where the thing shines. Even if you can't afford to buy lunch after paying for your bike, you can still get a basic bike computer for 8 bucks, even if you can't afford it. That is what I enjoy the most about it. It worked perfectly on my first ride with it, but I don't know how long it will last or how accurate it is as yet. It requires you to program in your wheel size and a few basic parameters. You can see distance covered, average speed, max speed and time by pressing the right button. It doesn't have a navigation device. This thing has an impressive punch for the rider who just wants basic data in a neat tiny lightweight package. I don't know if it has any of the advance features that it's supposed to show you when you accelerate or decelerate by showing the wheels on the icon. I did not remember to verify this on my test ride. If you're riding above or below your average speed, it shows a plus sign or minus sign. It's hard to believe that it can do all this at a low price. I wish there was a more elegant way to mount it instead of using the cable ties it comes with and I may try to eliminate the somewhat tasteless look of the cable ties around my front fork. For now, I feel like an intermediate rider on my first ride without breaking the bank, and I will recommend that everyone who's considering buying a bike should get this bike computer as a starter.
👤If the manual was correct, it would be a 5 star review. It was very easy to install bike speedo. The owners manual gave the wrong method to reset the trip meter. I want to do this at the beginning of each ride. The instructions in the manual cause the entire unit to be reset. If you try to change the trip meter's way, you will lose time, wheel diameter and mileage. There is a The correct way to reset the trip meter is to gently press the left end of the button. Let go when it goes to zero. If you press in the middle or on the left end, it will cause the entire button to be pressed down at the same time. You're good to go if you press the left end gently. It seems like they'd correct the owners manual by now. I would definitely buy it again, but only if I like it.
30 riding records can be stored in automatic storage. Long press the right key to enter the history data view, then exit the history interface. The M3GPS bicycle computer doesn't support some functions. If you have any questions, please contact them and they will help you solve your problems quickly and accurately. The wireless bike computer can be soaked in water and be dustproof, thanks to its waterproof function. On a rainy day, please don't be afraid of the data errors caused by an unexpected rain. Enjoy your ride! If you want to protect your odometer well, please don't soak it in the water for a long time, and dry it as soon as possible after you finish riding on a rainy day. A slight touch can start or close the backlight mode, resulting from their distinctive and efficient touch technology. The latest sport data can always be found in ways that you can check anytime. What a great companion. Are you still concerned about the use of the bike computer for indoor cycling? Take it easy! Their bike computer exerts a wireless distance of 130 cm, which is much longer than an ordinary one. It's still sensitive enough to accurately measure the real-time data when mounted on the rear wheel. Only suits for bicycles over 16 inches with 2mm spokes are allowed. The built-in CR2032 3V button cell battery can last for at least 8 months, which is quite durable. There will be a low battery reminder if you forget. When the battery is replaced, the previously stored data will be automatically cleared, but the shutdown will not affect the data storage. The bike computer has a variety of functions, which can match your daily riding needs, such as real-time/average/maximum speed, odometer, trip distance, temperature, trip time, timer, calories, fat burned and kilometer to mile. You can change the interface at any time. You can get your riding status instantly.
👤The magnet sensor needs to be put in a certain way so that it's 1/16 inch away from the magnet. It takes several hundred feet for the speedometer to wake up if you don't do this. This fix cured an issue where the speedometer would stop working. There is a I mounted the speedometer with the right/ left mounting holes. Pull the zip ties slowly. It's hard to get the speedometer on/off if you do that. There is a The batteries were installed before the unit was lit. The instructions should be changed and a pull tab put on the batteries. The Green Prunus has worked well for 9 months after I bought a second bike speedometer. I searched for a Prunus Speedometer and found nothing. I found an older silver version at the Prunus store. I returned a competitive speedometer that I bought. The Green Prunus showed up when I searched again. I got it and it works just as well as my Green Prunus. Both of them work well.
👤This is a great price for someone who just wants to know how fast they are going and how far they traveled. The instructions need some work, so I included photos of the finished product. The sensor and spoke magnet proximity are important. Please take a look at the photos because that was not clear in the instructions. The unit does not come with a screw on mount, as shown in the photos. My wife had a basket attachment, so I modified the mount to screw onto her bike. I am sure the zip tie mount will work, but this was permanent and made sense since her basket was in the way. There is a This thing works perfectly once I figure out the spoke magnet and sensor. After a couple of wheel revolutions, the activity stops. She likes it, and it does what is needed. Our main reason for purchase was the speedometer and eometer.
👤The product is worth the money. I bought this to use with a bike trainer stand and I'm using it to track my exercise. I didn't expect much out of this device, just wanted a general idea of my work out statistics, but I am very impressed with its accuracy. This device is so accurate that I can't believe how accurate the info from my stationary bike is. This product has an edge over other brands because it can be mounted to the back frame, a necessity for me because my front tire does not spin in the trainer stand. I returned a highly rated reader because it didn't have the range to collect information from the back tire. The sensor and magnet used to generate your info needs to be very close, like 3mm away, but the other device I returned had the same distance, so I think that will be a common flaw. Make sure to put the magnet on the outside of the spokes, close to the tire. The closer it is to the center, the more inaccurate your reading will be. I am very happy with the product, price and shipping speed.
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.
Their speedometer has multiple functions to meet needs, including 14 features related to cycling data and 5 performances of the odometer. Track your outdoor cycling real time distance, current/max/average speed, riding time, stopwatch, weekly riding time/distance with a simple operation. Function reset. Press and hold (M) for 2 seconds to enter the system parameters. Accurate readings of average speed, top speed, current speed, riding time, odometer, distance, time, maintenance alert are provided by Multi-Functional. It's waterproof, so it's ideal in raining conditions, and it has aLED backlight that improves visibility. Accurate data result, the odometer won't interfere with other devices. Shut off automatically when you leave it for more than 5 minutes. Press any button to restart normal operations. Attach the sensor on the front tire fork with the included magnet. They need to be aligned together and within 3mm of each other. The computer can be mounted on the top tube or on the handlebars. The sensor should not be mounted on the rear wheel. The installation process is simple and hassle-free with a lot of accessories. Most types of round tube bicycles, including road bike, mountain bike, folding bike, racing bike, and most common cycling bicycles with spoke-Wheel frame and thinner spokes are compatible with this. The perfect recording device can be used for hiking, climbing, and many other outdoor activities.
👤In the past year, we've bought 3 Raniaco units. The instructions did not mention many features and the buttons did not have a distinct click, making it difficult to set the time. I decided to try the Flexzion because it looked like the same unit as the one I got, but with a slightly different mount. The buttons have a great click. The wrench symbol was a mystery on the Raniaco. It is for a period of time. It explained how to reset the odometer after changing the battery. The Raniaco was annoyed by that. The method for Flexzion worked on the Raniacos. I have to give the instructions a boost. The displays and functions are the same, but the instructions are better, and the price is less, which is why I bought this.
👤The instructions were bad in English. I don't know how to turn it off. I have to remove the battery. It's hard to find instructions for on/off.
👤It works well. I expected it to do well.
👤The installation is easy.
👤We know how far we have traveled and how long we have been on a ride.
👤The box did not contain a wireless transmitter. I got a full refund.
👤Cela est un achat, il est comprendre toutes le guide d'instruction.
👤The odometer is very good. It's easy to install. It was easy to use. There are a lot of features.
👤It was easy to set up. It is easy to use. Exactly what I needed! I was happy with the price and product.
It's more convenient anddurable because of theWireless and waterproof design. There is no need to worry about the weather. A good personal fitness assistant is something you don't want to miss. No worries, it's backed with a365-Day warranty. Current speed, speed comparator, ride time, trip distance, average speed, maximum speed, clock, and temperature are all functions. Up to 5 pieces of data can be seen at a glance. It's easy to read large display fonts. There is a wired front wheel mounting kit. The CR2032 battery is included. Planet bike protege 9.0 has a wire-mounting kit for the front wheel and case. Four-line macromonitor displays up to five pieces of data at a glance.
👤I think the Planet Bike Protege is a great value and I am very pleased with it. I had a Planet Bike Protege 6.0 in the past, so I knew I would love this Planet Bike Protege 9.0 bike computer. I do. The screen on my cell phone is very easy to read in the Florida sun, and I usually wear reading glasses when sitting in front of my computer. If you ride a recumbent, be sure to measure the distance from the wheel mount to the handlebar mount so you know the distance from the mount to the fork. There are rubber inserts for mounting on smaller diameter tubes of some handle bars. My mount is the Tour Easy. My second Protege is new to me. I bought the wired version of the Recumbent Cycle Genius and had to purchase a longer wire for the computer to mount on my handlebars. I included the back of the computer so that you can see the contacts on the back of the computer, as well as the two red setting buttons, which you can use to change the battery without a tool. It is easy to read without glasses. It tells you the temperature, which is nice to know if you live in Florida like me.
👤I don't normally write reviews, but I felt compelled to do so on this item. I bought a computer to track my progress during the Panama City, FL marathon a few weeks ago. I installed the computer for an hour or so and made sure it looked right. I made sure the tire was working after I inputted my wheel size. I took it on a test ride. The computer was running well and I was able to see all of the things I wanted to see. I did a second 30-mile test ride and it worked great again. I couldn't be happier. There is a The actual race is a week later. Everything on my bike was ready for the race and I triple checked it. The race started and I grabbed my bike. I rest my bike computer. I rolled over a rumble strip on the side of the road after 4 miles into the race. The computer was useless until I could fix it, because the magnetic wiggled out of place on my bike spoke. I thought I would fix it after the ride. I was climbing an older country road with some cracks when my computer went missing. I stopped and couldn't find it. It fell off at the base of the hill, without being touched by me and where the road was the most smooth. When something isn't secured properly on your bike, it only makes you angry when it falls off, so call this a slew of bad luck. I wish I could return the product for the faulty mount, but I couldn't locate it after it fell off the bike. I was very excited to have this computer and use it. I would not recommend this computer for security reasons. Being out $30+ without the ability to return the product is what my rating is about. There are no stars for security.
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