This cycle speedometer wireless provides 100% after-sales service. Within 90 days, you can return the cycle odometer. If you have a question, please contact them. Your satisfaction has always been a priority for them. A 2.1 inch display. It is easy to operate 12 of them. There is automatic memory. IPX6 is waterproof. It's easy to install. Installation and operation can be made easier with new instructions. The built-in 12 functions of the Mufti are easy to operate. Sleep Mode After approx 5 minutes, the bicycle computer automatically switches to power saving mode. When the sensor is used for the first time, measuring begins. 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. You can switch between km/h and m/h. In the first step of setup mode, press the right and left keys at the same time to change the speed unit. If you want to reset the speed unit, you can open the battery cover, take out the battery and enter setup mode.
👤A large display is easy to set up and has a back light if you need it. It works out of the box.
👤I like to have 3 things on the screen at once, like speed, ODO, and time. Also doesn't have an average arrow like others. After a battery change, tire diameter and other settings are reset. That is kind of annoying. If you need to make a slight adjustment, you have to pull the battery to reset and re-enter. There is a It looks great.
👤I like the information on the speedometer. The dial is large and easy to see. The dial is useful. The instructions don't explain how to do anything, only provide a few small illustrations and a few words of description, which is my only complaint. I had to measure the circumference of my wheels because their size was not included in the minimal chart. A bigger instruction sheet would be a good improvement.
👤It works great and I have been using it for a few days. It takes a second to slow down, but it's pretty accurate because you have to press the button easy to reset all numbers. I used this for a bike I have on a home trainer stand, and it still has full turning, even though it reaches from the rear wheel to the handle bars.
👤It works so far. The instructions were provided in a series of illustrations, but the one about fastening the computer to the bike handle was a bit confusing. The wire connecting the sensor to the computer is too long. The only way to shorten it is to bundle the wire with a zip tie.
👤The backlight doesn't stay on while you ride. It does not turn on automatically. If you want continuous light, you have to press a button every 3 seconds. The purpose of a backlight is completely destroyed by it. There is a Otherwise, it works well.
👤Installation was easy. I prefer a wire connection over a wireless connection. It works as advertised.
👤It's easy to setup a snd install. What more could you ask for?
👤The speed odometer can be set up for MPH or kilo meters and gives distance, average speed and maximum speed readings. I like the fact that it uses button batteries, they give a years life on 2 hours of use. I think this is better than a battery because I can see myself going for a ride and not having enough time to charge. I found the instruction to be basic, but they could add more detail for the first set up.
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. You can read your statistics from the bicycle speedometer with the large display. The built-in ball switch makes it easier to operate than a bike odometer. It is easy to install and use, and the functions of the speedometer and tire size enable accurate calculations. The bicycle odometer is more convenient and durable because of the multi-functions. It works well to measure speed, distance and riding time. The green and white color on the odometer display can be seen as a day and night backlight. The design of wireless automatic function causes the slight rattle sound from device.
👤This works like it's supposed to. It could have been simpler to set it up. The first thing you will do is measure your tire. I had a 700-25mm tire. I had to set the setting up to enter at the same time as I was putting it in. It reads 2055. As you enter it, you are working from right to left. The magnet doesn't lock on to the spoke tight enough. As you tighten the screw, I put a small piece of electrical tape between the two pieces that lock on to the spoke. The computer should be placed on the handle bars with the little tab lever facing towards the rear of the bike. It will be on backwards if it isn't changed. It still works well one year later. It's very accurate.
👤Did everything right, tried new batteries, went through and reprogrammed the computer 3 times, reangled the sensor and magnet, and never got a mph reading from spinning the wheel. I gave up and started a return after being red in the face. I bought myself a lot of mess because I was trying to save a few bucks. The buyer should beware. It could happen to you as well. P.s. The first bike computer that didn't work was my third.
👤You are buying a bike computer. I bought this brand as a surprise for girls, after looking at several through Amazon. I thought the instructions were clear, the references to program the tire were good, and the batteries were included. My only complaint was that the spoke mounted magnets holding brackets broke in less than a week. The solution of a fender washer and lock-tight was what I used to fix it. There is a The problem comes in when the plastic brackets get bumped and break. The fender washer allows a draw against two crossing spokes. There is a I used a small cable tie above the fender washer to keep the washer from moving up the spokes. You don't displace the spokes. It seems to have worked. There is a I will make the adaption for the spokes right from the start, I ordered two more for other granddaughters. There is a As I stated previously. It was $15.00. If they last the season or more, you get what you pay for.
👤Installation was very easy. This thing is spot on as well. It is very small. Doesn't get in the way of anything. I found a road that shows you how fast you are going. I kept driving up to it at different speeds and the little speedometer is accurate. I followed the directions. I used the method that came with the directions to measure my wheel, instead of using my wheel size. It was easy. I have noticed that it won't work if the spoke isn't close to the fork. It has to be the same position as shown in the instructions. I had to place the magnets on the spoke and fork at an angel in order to get them to read my speed. I would recommend this product to anyone looking for a cheap way to keep an eye on their speed. I saw some bad reviews, and I can only imagine it was human error. I only say this because I realized how important it was to follow the directions exactly as they were written. I would like the backlight to stay on for a longer period of time. I have to keep hitting the button to check my speed. It shuts off quickly.
The bicycle computer has a HD screen and 500mAh battery, which gives you a better cycling experience. IPX7 waterproof protection allows bike computer work in the rain. It is easy to set tire size on the large HD screen. The high-definition screen and large numbers of the bicycle lightweight computer confirm that you have obtained the riding data in time, without distraction, and improve the riding safety. It can measure current/max speed, distance, riding time well, auto shut off function to save power, which is what serious cyclists or fitness fanatics want to know. If there is no signal input for 5 minutes, the bicycle computer will enter off mode and only display the clock. The bike computer will work again once the wheels are moved. The sensor should have a battery. It is possible to see a large display in dark hours. The lights will stay on for 4 seconds when the backlight is on, if you press both buttons at the same time. The wireless waterproof design is more convenient and durable. Don't worry about the weather. A good personal fitness assistant that you don't want to miss.
👤I received my bike computer. It was easy to install. I used a rubber o-ring to tether the computer to my bike's handlebars. Hopefully it was meant for that. There is a large screen for viewing statistics. The computer can be removed for storage. There is a person named DB.
👤Overall recommendation - pay more and get a better device. I had another similar device so I was able to set it up. You have to do a lot of trial and error to get the display unit on your bike, otherwise it won't work. The poor instructions make this worse. This might work for you once you have figured it out. The display has many data points.
👤A product review with two photos and a video is worth a $20 coupon. I bought two of these odometers based on their best selling status and frequent reviews, and I now understand the incentive. I was intrigued by the price and the fact that a thermometer was a bonus. I was able to install the second odometer after figuring out how to do the first one. I needed to rely on pictures because the English translation is not good. Instructions call a cable tie a ribbon cord. Toggling the two buttons on the bottom of the computer is required. The "Mode" button is to the left of the instructions. The mode button is not told in the instructions. There is a The maximum distance between the computer and the senser is 80 cm. I have a tall bike, and the distance was exceeded when I mounted the computer on the handlebars. There is a The rotating magnet has to almost touch the sensor in order to get a signal. The way the computer snaps into the bar is not the same as the way it lands on the bar. If you want to see the same plane as your eyes, you'll have to attach the brackets where the handlebars bend. A recommended design improvement is not a big deal. My grandson and I are happy with our purchases.
👤It's what I needed. It works great on my road bike. Does the job and then some. I need something to track my mileage. The other features are a big plus.
👤My husband was in maintenance and could fix almost anything mechanical. The first time he rode his bike, it didn't work. We got a new one and it seems to be working well.
👤It was difficult for me to get the settings on the computer to work. When changing batteries, everything is lost, so write down your tire size in the metric system. I don't know where the rubber band is supposed to go. I've used it for 6 rides and like the features it has, like the ability to have a lit up background, and the large numbers and letters make it easy to read, and it seems to be accurate based on readings I got from my old one.
👤My computer died. I guess it's the Arizona heat. I ordered it on Amazon. It was there the next day. It was very easy to install. Pull out the battery saver tabs, follow the instructions to program, and it was up and running. After a ride, the item seems to work well and is made well enough for the money. There is a I gave it 4 stars. There were 2 things that held it back from 5 stars. The zip ties they send are cheap. I don't think they will last very long before they break. You may lose your computer if they do. The second reason for the 4 stars is something that irks me. The instruction sheet is written in such a way that it looks like a translator app. One example is that you have to determine if a ribbon is a zip tie. These companies should have clear instructions in the language of the country they choose to market in. I gave 3 stars to the "Sheeerness" rating because I have no idea what it is.
Speedometer for bike provides a large display for easy viewing during dark hours. The light will be on for 4 seconds per time between 17:57 and 17:57. During the first 30 days, you could return with any reason. Their priority would be your satisfaction. Feel free to contact them if you have a problem. Risepro® Bike Computer has a large and clear 4 lines display. You can easily see your cycling data at a glance. The newest model allows you to pre-program all settings for two bikes. There was no more re-setting between 2 bikes. It's great to compare recorded data between Bike A and Bike B. The functions highlight include: average speed, max speed, driving time, calorie consumption, speedometer and etc. The range is between 60 and 1 cm between the Bike Computer and the Transmitter. There is a wheel with 4-40 inches. The computer is waterproof against raining and wet conditions. It works on any weather.
👤Give me a break, because it is a 'Five Star' rating, but a wireless cycling computer with a calories count and a Thermometer for 16 bucks? It has to count. The not-great stuff first. It has three menus to choose from and what you get on each screen is what you get. You can't change the lines of data. I would like the speedometer with the thermometer, but I can't get it. To read the temperature, I have to use the second screen and the third screen. The screen displays 'Maximum Speed' instead of your current speed, which is useless for me. It would be nice to know what your fastest speed was after a ride. I don't need to know it on an ongoing basis. The instruction sheet is very detailed and involved, not well written and a bit confusing. When you're setting up various lines of display, you don't always know what the line you're working on represents... if you start reading the instructions, you'll eventually figure it out. You can't cram in a lot of lines of data in a small unit without the small side being visible. It isn't the unit's fault that the lines are small, but it can be annoying. Good stuff... The back light works well. I haven't changed anything from what it came with and you can push 'Mode' at night to get a good 3 seconds of light. It does light up the whole display even though it originated on the left side of the unit. The temperature works! I used to own a Planet Bike puter that was wired and terrible, I bought it specifically for the thermometer. I would leave my house in the 30's and it would be 74 degrees by the time I got to work, but it would go up to 56 degrees by the time I got to work. This one seems to work well and you can program Celsius or Fahrenheit for other settings. It is easy to set up. All the people in the reviews are crazy about what they see. I mounted mine on the left side of the bike, made sure the magnet was centered on the wheel sensor, and turned it on. It had a pulse. I didn't have to do this because the wheel magnet on this unit is pretty strong, and you can buy the tiniest of neodymium magnets and attach one or two to it to increase its strength and range. You won't have to adjust the sensor's distance to fit in with the life of the sensor. The craft magnets have a diameter of 2mm and a thickness of 1mm. The accuracy of the speedo. Yes. I'm not sure. It seems to correlate well with the trip distance and how far away the destination is. The instructions give you some common measurements for different diameter wheels. It doesn't have 700 x 25c, so I can't see how well my calculated circumference stacks up with their estimate. The keys off your mass are shown on the calories count. I don't think any of the features are worth anything. How fast you're going and how many calories you're burning is just one of many variables. Durability, water resistance, battery life, and so on are unknowns at this point. I will post updates if these are bad.
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.
XOSS G+ is IPX7 so that you can enjoy the cycling experience in all weather conditions. The wired type has an extensional mount holder, which will make reading data safer. The battery can last half-year if you have two touch buttons on the bottom. There are 18 functions, including temperature, current speed, odometer, trip distance, and auto on/off. It's suitable for all types of bicycles. It's not suitable for spin bike. The green backlight lasts for 3.5 seconds when you press any button. The bike computer is easy to install and comes with instructions that show you everything you need to know. If you replace a battery, the data will restore to factory settings, but you must record it before doing so.
👤The interface is not usable. It's hard to say what they are because most of the "readings" don't match the names used in the manual. It's difficult to reset them. You can track your mileage manually. There is no way to turn it off, as it has a "scan" feature that randomly cycling through all the useless readings. Do you like to look down to see how far you've traveled? It was tough. The current temperature will be shown instead. We're too dumb to know what the temperature of the air is outside of our bodies. No wait, now it will show up the time, which isn't being tracked. It will show you your average speed. That's too useful. Back to normal. There is a I want a simple way to reset the odometer for each ride. Why is it so difficult?
👤I wanted a large display. I got the first large numerals, but the instructions were very complex. None of the modes worked properly. I wanted speed and miles. After getting it installed, I went for a ride. When it worked, it jumped between different speeds and all factors of each other. And zero. The junk was built by a home hobbyist. The time was displayed under the heading.
👤Cheap. The display is illegable and corupt. It got worse if you replace batteries. It was bought in the USA and brought back to London. I was not surprised that it was junk. It's useless and I can't return to the USA. A mistake. Don't buy.
👤Had to watch what it was asking for, but it works great. The time is off by 1 hour so subtract 1 hour ad time from it. Since it was installed, it has got all 26 miles on it.
👤I didn't find out where it said front tire only. It was recommended to me. This is a computer. I bought an indoor trainer that only has the back tire moving. It was not easy to program.
👤I got some more batteries after the box was dead and the screen was not showing everything, but it still did something.
👤Instructions are not good. It is terrible. I was able to use the cable, but it came off from the base. The purchase from Amazon was the worst.
👤It's easy to use, but you have to think a few seconds to set it up. I need to know the speed when I am trying to speed up. I like the fitness tool.
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 large HD screen is easy to read and can be set up with tire sizes. Light weight bike computer screen and big numbers to confirm you timely to get riding datas, don't distract, improve riding safety. If there is no signal for 5 minutes, the bike computer will go into off mode and display the clock. The bike computer will work again once the wheel moves. The sensor should have a battery. The day and night backlight. It is possible to view a large display during dark hours. The light will be on for 4 seconds per time between the hours of 7am and 7pm. It works well to measure current/max speed, distance, riding time, and auto off funtion to save time for the serious bicyclist or fitness fanatic. 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.
👤I measured it for accuracy and it works. The installation instructions are not very helpful. They give you more parts than you need, so you have more spare parts. It does what it needs to do and is easy to program.
👤It's all about what you want in a bike speedo. I ride my bike for exercise around where I live and sometimes go into the suburbs. I wanted a lot of things at a reasonable price. The selection has turned out to be easy.
👤I guess you get what you pay for. The price was good and the computer seemed to work well. The instructions were terrible and there were parts missing. I think parts were missing because there wasn't a list of what parts were supposed to be used for. These instructions for installing bike computers were terrible. I thought programming the computer might be the hardest part. The display was bright and easy to read, I liked it. The instructions for attaching it to my bike didn't make sense, and there were parts missing. There was no way to attach the handlebars. I have no idea what the rubber rings were supposed to be used for, and they were never mentioned in the instructions. I searched the internet for more information about the product, but found nothing. I tried everything I could think of to make it work, but after 3 hours I gave up and sent it back. The company can't take the time to write and print decent instructions for their product.
👤The instructions were so bad that it took me an hour to install it. It doesn't tell you how to put the sensor in the battery, for those who need to know. You have to remove the sensor and then remove the little circle to put your battery in. I don't know if it's accurate yet, but it seems to be. I will update that later. The instructions are so bad, please be aware.
👤I spent a lot of time trying to figure out how to program this so I could know the distance I traveled each day. I can't reset it without spending more time figuring it out, and I don't know what function it is performing. Buying a useless thing is one of the dumbest things I have ever done.
👤Getting the device set up was simple. I like the different modes and information it provides, but I'm still not sure how to install it on my bike because the directions are not very clear.
👤I was excited to get a speedometer because I have been wanting to know how fast I am going and how far I am from home. I followed all of the instructions and took the speedometer out for a spin. The distance that was being recorded was triple what I knew the true distance to be, and I was sadly disappointed. There is a Don't waste your time or money buying this product.
👤The monitor can be removed from its mount and used with the two batteries supplied. There are some limitations to the spacing between components. I just wanted to know the speed of my little Razor scooter as it descends our local hill, but mounting it required some extra distance between the monitor's mount and the sensor on the front wheel. I was pleasantly surprised to find it still reads right.
If you put in the wrong dots, the Raniaco Bicycle speedometer won't work, you need to buy your own coin. SOON GO bicycle computer records average speed, maximum speed, current speed mph/kph, riding time, odometer, and one-way distance to effectively track your riding. When you don't use your bicycle for 5 minutes, you can sleep just showing the clock to save battery and SOONGO will wake up to track speed and distance. Reminder. The rattling sound will remind you that you can start your journey. The green back light is on for 6 seconds when you press any button, the large display is clear at a glance, which is convenient for read at night and riding. Follow the instructions in the enclosed paper manual and video to install it. You can easily set up your computer. The SOONGO bike computer has a stable wireless transmission. To ensure the accurate speed tracking of your riding, you only need to make the distance between the computer display, the sensor and the magnet less than 60 cm. The SOONGO bike speedometer is waterproof and widely used, it works great on rainy days. It is not compatible with some solid wheel bicycles. If the product is different from what you thought, they are prepared to provide you with quality service.
👤I was expecting poor instructions, but they were very clear. It was installed very easily. Set the time and enter the tire size. It was ready to move. I went for a test ride and it worked great. The video on the GNC show gives you a few tips. If you want a speed odometer on your bike, this is the place to go. The product is good for the money. Most of the negative reviews are just ignorant people. I think that's correct. I'm sure it isn't that way in every case. If you've never installed a bike computer before, you should watch the video. It will prevent headaches during installation.
👤I bought two for myself and one for my wife. I don't think the instructions are well written. I had to do some experimentation to get the first one right. The instructions to set up the computer are incomplete. I had to experiment there as well. There is a If you read the instructions all the way to the end, things are a bit clearer. It would have been better to have detailed instructions. The second one was a piece of cake. The computers are working well. We now know the distance and speed of our bikes.
👤I only had it for a day. I have ridden about 8 miles with it. I used the tire size chart included with the directions to set the tire size, and it has been remarkably accurate, as I have compared it to the gps data on my phone. There is a The display is legible while you are riding. I may change my rating if it doesn't perform well, but I'm happy with it. Even if it only lasts a few months, it will have been a good deal. All the data will be the same after a while, because this is my bike. If it breaks, I might not feel like replacing it. If it gets stolen or vandalized, it's a bonus. Oh well. It's not a big deal. The head unit rattles. The motion sensor switch that turns the unit on automatically when you start riding is what rattles it. You can't hear any rattling while riding. The instructions are bad and the unit is hard to install. Installation is easy if you understand the concept. I have included two pictures of how I mounted my Trek bike, in case it helps. The fork unit must be mounted on the side of the fork, not on the inside of the fork, according to the instructions. See the picture. It feels very solid once mounted. I don't think it's going anywhere There is a The only other issue I had was that I mounted the head unit brackets on the handlebars upside down. The computer mounts upside down. I just clipped the cable ties off, and put the brackets back on, because there were extra cable ties included. The correct orientation is shown in the picture I included. You should go for it at this low price. There isn't a lot of risk here. I am happy. After a few weeks, I got tired of the cheap toyness of this and ended up buying a real bike computer that could track my rides. No harm, no foul. It was cheap and gave me the information I was looking for. It lives in a drawer.
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.
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.
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.
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