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.
SWITCH between bikes. You can use one computer for two bikes with dual tire size. The bicycle computer can record cyclists' RMP, cycling real time distance, speed, driving time, and calories consumed. The riders can better manage their training processes. The bike computer can be adjusted to three brightness levels. You can read the screen data during the day. It will help reduce the security risks caused by the distraction of viewing small screen or screen reflection during riding. The waterproof design of their bicycle computer can resist the rain and snow. It can be used for more than 80 hours without a backlight, which is suitable for long-distance cycling. Simply mount the sensor in the correct location and it will read the data while cycling. The sensor should not be more than 2 cm from the magnet. You can install it in different positions with two special mount holders. It's not suitable for solid wheels for most types of bicycles, including common bicycles, mountain bikes, road bikes, electronic bikes, folding bikes, and almost all cycling bicycles with a Spoke-Wheel frame. The products are produced by the Meilan Factory and have a three-month replacement and one-year warranty. If there is a problem with using, please contact them, their customer service team will help you out.
👤I had issues with the companion app, but a software update fixed them. The computer is perfect after the update. The setup isn't easy. The manual is hard to understand. It doesn't say that changing from metric to imperial affects the wheel size table. It took me a while to figure out how to divide the values. The odometer is a bit off as compared to my phone gps and mile markers on the trail. The entire setup is needed to change the wheel size value. The included tie wraps for the installation of the cadence sensor are weak and should be replaced. There is a I have no issues with the computer after I solved the initial problems. The numbers are easy to read. The battery life seems to be as advertised, I'm still on the first charge. I don't think you can get a better computer for less. There is a change to be made. I reduced the rating because the data sync on the phone is not fixed after several app updates. Still like it.
👤I was looking for a cycle computer to replace my Cateye. I liked the features of that computer and wanted to duplicate them as close as possible. I ordered the description because it met my requirements. I was able to install it on my bike after having it for a few weeks. I am an instruction reader and found the instructions to be very brief and not very clear. I got the basics setup and linked it to the sensor and headed out for a ride. I was concerned that the speed was not right and confirmed it quickly, but continued on the ride. I spent the better part of an hour going through the setup process multiple times and restoring factory defaults after I moved the bike inside. I couldn't get the wheel size to stay set. I have been looking for a wheel size set for a long time and finally got it. It took most of the first ride to figure out what the temperature gauge was, but I think it's an accurate reading. As soon as the weather permits, I will add many more miles. Many people are moving to phones for their tracking. I like the attached computer and know the details when I ride. The install and setup instructions are clear.
👤The company that made this has had several email interactions with me. There is a Here are the issues I described to him. I think the issue is not the sensors. There is a I think the issues are. The online video's instructions are poor. The order of operation is what gets the computer to connect. The order of operation is used to get the correct wheel size. The app was poor. There is a I need to save a workout on the computer for it to be transferred to the app. I found that the app connects to the sensors easily. I no longer use the computer, but I use the app. I'm considering returning the computer and keeping the sensors. I decided to buy the sensors and return the whole system. There is a The customer service rep went out of her way to accommodate me. There is a The system is flawed.
The 12 inch toddler bike is suitable for boys and girls of all ages, while the 14 inch bike is 888-739-5110 Adult assembly is required. The kid bike comes with 85% assembled body, basic assembly tools, and a limited lifetime warranty. You can read your statistics from the bicycle speedometer with the large display. The bicycle odometer is more convenient and durable because of the multi-functions. It works well to measure speed, distance and riding time. 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.
👤I consider myself a pretty handy guy and have installed speedometers on bikes before. It would have been nice to have a PhD to understand the directions. The monitor needs to be less than 24 inches from the receiver. The monitor must be mounted too far up on the spokes for the magnet to make contact, and on a kids bike that might work well, but anything over 24 inches must be mounted too far up on the forks. The monitor is too far away from the receiver to be mounted on forks.
👤A great gift. Works well with an electric bike. It was 888-282-0465 was 888-282-0465 was 888-282-0465 was 888-282-0465 was 888-282-0465 The only part that took me a while to get used to was the sensor installation. There was not enough clearance on the bike for the sensor to be pointed straight towards the spokes. I had to move the sensor 45 degrees towards the back of the bike to get the magnet to focus on it. Attached picture. Everything worked as expected after the install.
👤I wanted to mount a computer on the handlebars of my new bike. The unit was shown on the promo photos but not in the instructions to covert it from the handlebar install format. I found out that you have to remove the 4 screws on the backplate and rotate it 90 degrees to get it back together. I have installed similar units on other bikes. If the instructions leave you wondering what's going on, you'll find some good "how to's" on YouTube and the user reviews. I used the tire chart instead of measuring a rollout for better accuracy, but it matches well with what I get from the apps. If you stop for more than 5 minutes, the unit goes into sleep mode and you need to wake it up. When you start rolling again, it starts tracking. I can see this display even though I wear + 2.5 readers. All in all very satisfied. This unit stopped working on two occasions. I have to power it back up and reset the tire, date, and other demographic after it goes into a reboot mode. I usually have redundant systems. Immediate feedback on my speed is something I like. I'm taking a couple of stars from my original 4.
👤The bike computer is easy to use. I bought 3 of them for my kids so they could know how fast they were going. It is done with 4 zip ties. The computer is easy to read on the road. It's frustrating that I have to reset it prior to the next ride. I think I could memorize the direction book. I have other things to do when it comes to clearing the computer, which is frustrating. When I hit the buttons correctly, it clears the way for the next ride.
Installation is easy. The bike light set is easy to install and reliable, with a sturdy mount holder that protects the light from falling and a rotating function that provides wide-angle visibility for the road ahead. All of your favorites. Current, max, and average speed, total distance, two trip distances, elapsed time, 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. Don't let menus or buttons distract you from enjoying your ride. Simply press the base of the unit. 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. SWITCH between bikes. You can use one computer for two bikes with dual tire size.
👤It took a while to install. I spent more than a week trying to figure out what was happening. Sometimes it works. Sometimes it doesn't. The manual should be read many times to verify proper installation. I doubt my ability to follow instructions. Button batteries should be replaced just in case. It works when testing. When I am ready to ride, it usually fails to pick up connections. There is a I stumbled across the reason. Cat Eye fails to connect to the sensor when I turn on my Niterider Lumen 1100 in flash mode. Cat Eye gets the signals when I turn off the headlights. Several good matches can be found by searching "Interference between LED lights and wireless cycling computer". The product works as advertised. I took out a star for not mentioning the interference in the instructions that would have saved me a week of agony.
👤It took a bit of fiddling to get accurate and to program, but once I figured it out, it is very accurate. I checked it against my RunKeeper gps phone app and it is perfect, right down to the tenth of a mile. I've only ever used a wired bike computer, so I found the attachment of the sensor to the fork and the placement of the magnet very easy. No wires running all over! I put mine on the left fork, with the writing facing in. You should be good if you get within 5mm of the zone you need to line up to the magnet. The strap on the counter is very easy to attach. Make sure to follow the directions and not tilt the counter toward you. It needs to be parallel to the magnet to work. There is a The tire size recommendations were the only issues I had. I have a car with 700cX40mm tires. The European Tire and Rim Technical Organization code is on them. The table supplied by CatEye states that the combination of my tire size and ETRTO isn't possible. I think so. It's what I have. There is a Sooo... I asked what number to use. They said to use the actual tire size. I tried the 2200 that CatEye recommends, but it was a bit off. I tried a small amount below that to adjust, and it was perfect. Your "fitting" may require a little trial and error. I was going to take one star off because the buttons on the back are small and hard to press, and programming is not easy to understand. It's a tiny device that has to do a lot of things. It's a good thing. The CatEye QuickStart site was more helpful than the paper instructions in the box. Amazon won't let me post outside of their website. Ivan's Bikes has a helpful video on their website.
👤I have to join the group of people who are posting negative reviews. I've had a Cateye Velo 7 computer for a long time and it's always worked well. I have a Cateye taillight that is just fine, so I have no reason to bash the brand in general. After years of using a wired computer, I thought I'd go wireless and, although there are a relatively high percentage of negative reviews for the Strada model, it looked like what I wanted, and I thought the negative reviews were probably people who just happened to get a bad unit. I received the computer, followed the instructions carefully for setup and installation, and tried it out on my bike by lifting the front wheel off the ground. It's good! It worked. On the first ride with the Strada, I looked down to see that I was going zero mph. It was terrible. I tried adjusting the sensor and magnet and spinning the wheel, but nothing came of it. The computer was working after I picked up the front wheel and gave it a spin. Great! I was going zero mph when I started riding. The elapsed time and distance were accumulating, but the speed, average speed, and maximum speed were all zero. When I was stopped at a red light, I scrolled through the functions to find that the time and distance stat had been reset to zero. When I got home, there were no statistics related to speed or distance, only time and distance. The Strada is returning. I'm going to try another model.
Everything you need to hit the road is included in the kit. You can read your statistics easily and clearly with a Macintosh computer with a large screen and high definition display. Backlight display function, no reflection during the day, clearer at night. The Touch LIGHT Button enter Long Light backlight is perfect for night riding. The SET Button will light up for four seconds if you press it. EASY OPERATE, MULTI FUNCTION, ACCURATE MEASUREMENTDistance, Maximum Speed, Average Speed, Driving Time, Calorie Consumption, Temperature, Stopwatch, Maintance and etc. All information and statistics are shown automatically while cycling. The functions are completed with two buttons. The waterproof IPX7 is real. The standard design of IPX7 makes it more convenient. You can use this water-resistant bike computer in the rain, just wipe it dry. WIRELESS AND ACCURATE. The wireless transmission function makes it easier to install and use, and there is no need for a line on your handlebars.
👤Took the plunge and bought a computer. I've used many more expesive ones but was interested in the huge display. It was relatively easy to set up. It was a bit of confusion as to what was being referenced on a few things, but I got it sorted out. It was easy to convert to MPH. There are preset tire sizes. The product description is good. The list functions crazy. All I care about is the MPH, time and Distance/Odometer. I ride with people who have accurate MPH readings on my other computers. The display is the best thing. It is large. Being able to see my speed on a large screen is nice. Even with all the functions, scrolling is pretty easy because the screen displays large. The backlight is easy to turn on and off. It was nice and bright. I was able to ride it in the rain and it held up well. The mounts it comes with are a huge plus. The mount is rock solid. The Cateye Pardonne with mount costs me three times as much as this and has a smaller display. The reliability of computers is a topic that is not covered in the reviews. I took a chance on this one. I'll be content if it lasts a year or more. I plan to buy another one for my bike.
👤I like the computer on the bike. The display is large and easy to see. There is a The mounts are not the best. There is a The display is easy to see, it's clear, and it's easy to set up using the wheel chart for diameter inexpensive wireless. If you want to see more than just 2 lines of data, you need to scroll. There is a rolling option. There is a The quality of the mounts is my only complaint. They aren't terrible but they aren't great. There is a The main bar mount is too wide. I had to add another piece of rubber to the bar. No big deal. There is a It's easy to think that the computer is clipped in when it isn't. When you push it into place, it doesn't lock into place on its own. You need to forcefully press up on the latch to make sure it doesn't come off the mount. There is a The mount is easy to mount using zip ties and a piece of rubber tape. The receiver can swing back and forth for positioning, but the tightening screw does not tighten up fully. It's easy to move the receiver because it's too close to the wheel. Trying to tighten something like this would probably break it. There is a * I would definitely recommend this bike computer for its design and cost, and would purchase it again. The quality of the mounts is the only area I took off for in the star rating.
👤The bike computer is great for larger screens. It is easy to read, and it has all the options you could want, including time and temperature, as well as the usual suspects of average speed, max speed, etc. The computer is great. The mount needs work. I came off my bike and ended up in the road at least once on every ride, with a total of three. The jacked-up 4 x 4 behind us narrowly missed crushing it to oblivion on the third ride after it came off. They would have a winner if they made the mount more secure. I would still recommend this, but make sure you take additional steps to make sure it is secured to the bike. Duct tape? Maybe a zip tie? Something.
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 functions of the wireless bicycle computer are as follows. 3 Extra features include metric/imperial unit, auto ON/OFF, and 12h clock. The large display with backlight allows you to read the data clearly. The 120mAh battery can be used for up to 2 months with the backlight off. Two smart buttons make it easy to operate. It is more convenient because of its small size, lightweight and wireless design.
👤This seems to be a well made item. The mount on the computer is similar to the one on the handlebars. The mount can fit onto the mount 4 ways at right angles, which is a great feature. If you want to fit the handlebars, you need to use the spacer foam. The CR2032 battery is included in the sensor unit. It's easy to get the sensor close to the magnet on suspension forks. The display is good, although my eyes can't read the smaller numbers in the lower part, and the contrast is a little lower than my old Sigma BC700. The setup is very easy, being initiated with a long press of the mode button, which is much more convenient than the miniature, reset buttons of some computers. The average speed is a little out compared to my other computers with auto start/stop, as it takes about 4 seconds for the computer to stop after you stop the bike. You can reset the trip data with a single long press of the set button. I wanted a computer that could record trip distance to two places. The Lixada seems to underestimate the distance compared to my sigma, which I spent a lot of time calibrating. I have to set the wheel circumference to 2237 in order to make the distance reading match the sigma. The Lixada was slightly over estimates speed. The Lixada shows trip time in hours and minutes using 4 characters. I've never done a ride over 6 hours and I'm not sure what they were thinking. The trip time shown by the sigma is more than enough. The battery was delivered with a 20% capacity, but it was able to charge up to 5 bars, and hopefully the battery capacity has not been degraded by it being in a low state of charge for a long time.
👤It was perfect for my bike. The cyclo computer had its own attachment to the bike. I didn't have to buy the attachment item that was advertised next to the cyclo computer. I will not be using the attachment, so I regret buying it. I put the cyclocomputer on my bike with the straps. It was advertised with a cyclo computer, but the description didn't explain the attachment included. I purchased the additional item.
👤I wanted a simpler, cheaper Lixada computer for my second bike after I was satisfied with another Lixada computer. That was a mistake. There were problems with this one. It was hard to get the wheel sensor to work, and once it did, it would miss the magnet and cause faulty speed readings, which in turn threw off the odometer. This is a problem that others have mentioned. I should have listened to their warnings. I got another Lixada computer and have not had any issues with it. It was slightly more expensive, but not much. The Lixada computer has a dual sensor that mounts on the back wheel, so you can use it to count your cadence.
To ensure the bike computer works properly, you must download the XOSS APP first. The XOSS APP provides powerful statistics and analysis to offer you a scientific ride, with each of your rides being connected to the XOSS APP. To sync to StrAVA. You can use the XOSS APP to sync your riding track and data to STRAVA. You don't have to use a mobile phone when riding. The Heart Rate is supported. You can use the ANT+ protocol to connect XOSS G+. G+ will record your exercise data while you are working out. XOSS G+ is easy to use, it saves time in installation and setup of traditional speedometer wiring.
👤I've used this on a few winter rides and it works well. The company responds to questions quickly. It is comparable to a bike computer. The elevation and grade are accurate. They are nice features. I bought a cadence sensor from XOSS that syncs easily with my heart rate monitor. This is a really nice gps so far. The rich feature set makes the price great. It finds aGPS signal quickly and stops and starts. It is easy to read the screen. The auto back light is nice.
👤The G+ could not be connected to the 3XL because the phone couldn't find the device. The road today proved to be worthless because of this. Data from the G+ won't transfer to my phone. After 20 minutes, the gps worked fine. I don't want to wait for the G+GPS every time I go out. "Contact Us" opens the Home page so there is no way to contact the manufacturer. Attempted to contact XOSS support, but no reply. It was almost worse than a product. The device and the sensor are returned. I spent a lot of time trying to get the G+ and the Cadence sensor to work, so it looks like I will return them, especially since I can't contact XOSS.
👤I bought it because my computer broke. This is easy to use. It takes less than 10 minutes to install. The numbers are easy to read while riding a bike. It has all the functions a semi pro would need. It shows riding time, speed, clock, and odometer. You can reset everything else for a new ride, except for the clock and odometer. I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys riding a bike. Excellent customer service and a great wireless computer.
👤You get what you pay for. The delivery was on time. I was looking for a cheap interim fix after leaving my Wahoo Bolt in FLA. The XOSS G+ was disappointing. I charged the unit. The time zone and rim size were configured. The unit couldn't get a gps fix on a bright sunny day. My phone worked. There is no instruction on how to uploaded trips to StrAVA in the description. The devices and applications that work with Strava are listed on the website. XOSS isn't among them... Look elsewhere.
👤It works well. Needed an inexpensive head unit to switch from wireless to wired. It seems like working as advertised is accurate. When I use the XOSS app on my phone, it automatically syncs activies to Strava. I initially tried to record rides on my phone and on the G+, but then uploaded them to Strava. The metrics come out remarkably close, so now I don't carry my phone, I just record on the G+ and send it to Strava. I got the G+ on sale for $29 and was very happy. I had a problem with one ride that the app didn't sync with. I got a prompt response from support that allowed me to resolve the sync. There is an issue. I am pleasantly surprised with support as well.
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.
Is that a thing? There are multiple functions. 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. Solar panel can automatically charge in the sunshine or light and provide extra power to the computer to keep your ordinary electricity need. Is that a thing? Installation that only takes a few minutes is easy. The interface is easy to navigate with only two buttons. It's possible to make a custom tire size for accurate tracking. Is that a thing? The water resistant has a backlit backlight. The green and white color on the odometer display is for riding enthusiasts. The design of wireless automatic function causes the slight rattle sound from device. Is that a thing? 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. 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.
👤The product seems to meet my expectations, particularly that it is visible in the sun, the characters are large, it is easy to install, and the push buttons are not mechanical. I hope that this will allow me to change modes while in motion without having to hold the unit down or push a Mode button. I liked how easy it is to remove the display from the cradle without messing with the flimsy plastic levers. It clicks into place. I wanted to see the speed, odometer, time, distance traveled, and temperature for casual riding. An altimeter feature would have been nice. I didn't care for anything like a phone app connection, except for a message display or speaker. The unit displays calories and fat burned. My intent in purchasing this unit was not to mess with the phone app. It may be difficult to remember how many seconds to hold each mode to make modifications to it, as I had to read the tiny instructions several times to understand how to configuration it. The cross spokes made the magnet too long, so it had to be adjusted. The fork was cleared. okay There wasn't enough room to clear between the tie wraps holding the pickup. The problem was solved with some nailpolish. I will road test this unit further in the coming week. I think it's four stars. I still rate this unit with a solid 4 stars. It seems to provide accurate data, the screen is visible, and it's easy to detach after a ride. The programming is hard to remember, as predicted. I had to page through all of the setup values to reset the program on several occasions, and I may have messed them up. I don't care about a maintenance schedule, but I know that I changed my MPH to KPH and may have changed the tire size as well. I can't remember how to get it back to rider I, even though I set it to rider II. Casual riders who don't use it every day will need to make their own cheat sheet of notes to be able to use it. Some of the display categories need to be included in the cheat sheet. It's not easy to remember. It's not clear which lines can be edited. Different riders prefer to look at their preferences at a glance instead of looking at the screens. How-to operational issues are the majority of the issues I've had. I prefer a wired magnetic pickup because it's one less technical issue to worry about if something isn't working, and the pickup is the main device that controls all calculations. Don't get careless with the wire from the magnetic pickup. Tie wraps can be used to protect it from damage and make sure the pickup is positioned correctly so that it doesn't slip with the spinning motion of the front wheel. Tie wraps will hold the pickup on the braces, but because of the odd shapes of some frames, it's a good idea to use rubber glue, fingernail polish, or Silicone seal around these components to keep them from slipping. If you plan to use the bike on an indoor trainer, you should position the magnet and pickup on the spinning rear wheel close enough to run the wire to the front of the bike. A wireless pickup is more advisable in this scenario.
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. It is easy to follow instructions and use specific tire sizes that allow accurate calculations. A multi- function bicycle speedometer and odometer is used to measure both speed and distance, and three numbers which no serious bicyclist or fitness fanatic wants to know. The large display guarantees you can read your statistics without squinting or leaning down. The waterproof and premium design makes it more convenient and durable. A high-quality product is packed by outstanding customer service and that is why they have a one year warranty on their products. If your bike computer breaks or you don't like it, they will give you a replacement or a refund, no questions asked.
👤I have five bicycles and bought a tow of them. I already bought the Catseyes and Trek ones, so I should have gotten these. The first time you program a bicycle computer it is hard but once set up they run well. The thing is so powerful that it reads fine even if it is parallel to the magnet. I would give 6 out of 5 stars to that product. The price would make it even better.
👤I can't believe something this cheap works. The instructions are a bit confusing, but you measure the tires, attach the sensor parts on the spokes and fork, and set the device. The basics of how to do it are covered in Utube videos, but they are not specific to this brand. If you have a digital watch or timer, you can program the unit. Knowing that you have to press and hold for a few seconds to start each function is important.
👤This is a small odometer. It seems like some of us may get different versions of the instructions. There were no illustrations or challenging instructions in the smallest point size. If the screen shows 2060 but you don't see it, you can press the left and right buttons at the same time to reset. You can go through the steps according to the directions. The icon on the screen was so small that I had to take a picture of it with my phone and enlarge it to see it. The directions show a wire to connect, but you can ignore it.
👤I was glad I didn't read any of the reviews before buying thisometer. Just price and rating. Installation and operation instructions are very good if you can get past the translation. If you are a normal intelligence, you should review the instructions several times. It makes sense. The setup table didn't list my tire size. I was able to figure out the setting for my tire size by playing with the calculations. It appeared to work. I wanted to make sure. Someone asked about 29" tires after I went to the questions section. The sellers answer was in agreement with mine. It's just to show how smart they are.
👤I can't get it to stay secure on the handlebars because I store my bike outside under a cover. It was very easy to set up. I read the numbers while riding at 55 years old. The spinning issue is an easy fix that hasn't gotten around to it. I have already recommended this item to my partner.
👤It seems to work well. I knew the length of the loop trail. It was off by less than 5%. Average speed is translated reasonably to this. I can't say if they are as accurate as I need them to be, but I think they are as accurate as possible, unless it was just lucky in its selection of points on a normal distribution. There is a It's easy to install. If you can sacrifice 5% accuracy for 80% savings, this is the device for you. If the device dies unexpectedly, I will report it.
The odometer feature can be used to plan for bicycle maintenance. Your favorite stat is the current, max, and average speed, total distance, trip distance, elapsed time, pace arrow, and clock. Don't sweat the small stops: 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 7 has a wired speed sensor. You can forget about the battery if it lasts up to three years. The Velo 7 is an entry level computer that is perfect for beginners.
👤This is only for road and cross bikes. It's hard to mount a sensor on a mountain bike with a front suspension. My mountain bike is not exceptional. I couldn't mount to be within 5 cm. Not even close. I spent an hour building the mounts for the old computers. They would fall off before I could get out of the neighborhood. CatEye should include mounts that are made for mounting. Too many bike accessories are made for road bikes, but not for mountain bikes. It is not possible to predict or measure if ill is within 5 cm without the sensor. I searched for "5 cm" and "mountain bike" on the CatEye website. There was no warning of a potential problem. I don't like returning a product. I bought the wrong one and it's either mislabeled or inadequate.
👤This is the first time I've used a bicycle computer. After my kids got old enough to be on their own, I started riding again. I commute ten miles or so to and from the usual places, but I also started going on longer trips out into the countryside. After a while, one begins to wonder how fast I am going, how many miles I am traveling, and how long it is taking. I know what you're thinking, "So why do I need a bike computer when I can use my phone's maps or other apps to find this information?" After a few trips, this bike computer is much easier to use than any phone. It's better to use a computer like this one for one specific job. There is a Everything is included in order to install the VELO 7. You might need more zip ties. It took about an hour. I own a mountain bike. It has shocks, V-brakes and handlebars. There's not much space left to add accessories like this because of the two handlebar clamps that take up some space to either side of the center bar, and the pannier that is situated out in front and just above the brake and shift cables. Installation was easy even with all of this stuff. If you want to install the Cuz Front Shocks on the rear wheel, you need a long wire to run from the wheel to the computer. It doesn't matter because everything has been thought out so that you can install the computer to any shocks you want. You can either mount the VELO 7 on your handlebars or on your goose neck. There are two sets of half circles on the mount. If you're thinking about mounting the computer to your handlebars, know that the mount can't be back flat to the ground. The mount is rigid and does not tilt. It is a deterrent to theft. While you're away from your bike, the computer can be removed from the mount. Just put it in your pocket. There is a Also, note: If you want to make the computer's data output as accurate as possible, you need to measure the wheel's circumference accurately. Measure the distance the wheel travels in one rotation using a flat surface like the cement in your garage. Do this while riding a bike. You might be off by a few centimeters if you go by the chart. Your tire flattens under your weight, which shortens the actual radius of the wheel. Once you have the measurement, write it down as you input it into the computer. There is a Also, note: The location of the sensor parts on your spokes and forks isn't important. The computer doesn't use your wheel's radius for calculating data, but instead uses your circumference. There is a It's easy to install, but what about the computer's functions? That is even better! There is fidelity. I would describe the VELO 7's functions as follows. There is only one big button to push and one big screen to look at. You have only one hand to push one button, and the other should be steering. You want to be able to quickly and easily glance down and see the information on the big screen, because you should be watching where you're going instead. There is a speed on the screen. So too is something called PACE ARROW. It is obvious that speed is important, but it is not as important as pace. The arrows tell you when you are going faster, slower, or the same speed. There is a The letters MPH, miles per hour, and KPH, kilometer per hour, are always shown on the screen. When you start your trip, MPH starts flashing and stays flashing until you stop. The computer is making the necessary calculations and the MPH is flashing. The flashing MPH is related to thelapsed time. There is a Pressing the big button causes the screen to be scrolled through: tm, elapsed time, DST, current trip distance, average speed, max speed, ODO, total of all miles regardless of current trip distance, and CLOCK, the time of day. There is one INTERESTING note. When you stop the bike, the computer will stop counting time. This is a positive thing. When you start peddling again. The flashing MPH tells you that time is running out. They are both the same. Pressing and holding the big button for a few seconds resets everything. All except ODO and CLOCK. Both ODO and CLOCK are permanent. The All Clear button is on the back of the computer. There is a small button on the back of the computer. All clear clears the computer to the factory settings. ReSET allows you to change the CLOCK, MPH, and KPH of your wheel. All this without the ODO being reset. The battery lasts for a long time. We'll see. After a while, the computer goes quiet and the clock is the only thing on the screen. The computer wakes up when you start a new trip on your bike. It's Kums! There is a Setting up the computer is probably the hardest part of the whole process, but it's not really difficult once you get used to it. You have to use the big button on the front to input information after you push the reset button on the back. It's similar to setting up a wristwatch. Remember those things? Push the wrong button and you'll have to reset everything again. It can get very frustrating. It's not that bad. There is a It's easy to install. It was easy to use. The design is intuitive. It gives you valuable data when riding. I know some people who are smarter than me. A large screen. This thing will get you to the church on time. The price is good for what you get. Highly recommended! There is a I started having intermittent signal generation problems. When riding, the computer would stop at zero MPH. It would start again, then stop. Things got worse and stopped. I thought it was the sensor on the wheel, but then I realized it was the two sensor parts that were too far apart. That was not the case. There is a A loose wire on the mount was the problem. I must have removed the computer from the mount too forcefully because one of the metal pickups was just enough from the wire to stop making contact, either that or they were never properly aligned to begin with. I had to change the pickup's wire. I used a sharp knife to pop out the pickup from the wire. I pressed it back into the wire. The computer began to work again after this trick was done. There are no more intermittent signal problems. This can drive me crazy. I'll just file this one under "working out all the bugs." It's still highly recommended.
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