DREAM SPORT Bike Computer DCY-16
Bike Computer Multifunction Freeze Frame Cycling Speed Meter Sports Sensors Stopwatch Odometer Bicycle Computer DREAM SPORT
The DreamSport advantage: Diving into Cycling accessories over 10 years, for better bicycle computer.
No matter caught at a red light or stop for coffee, the DreamSport bike computer has got you covered, it knows when you've stopped and automatically stops counting time and averaging speed and other functions.
Press and hold the LEFT button for 2 seconds,
" C" will start to flash. Press the RIGHT button to select " C" or " F" and press the LEFT button to confirm.
Press the RIGHT button to enter the Scan mode.
Distance and Time
Accumulate the total distance as long as the bike's moving, whilst record trip distance, trip time, current time and temperature.
Measuring and display current speed, average speed, maximum speed, also display the comparison of current and average speed.
Bike Computer, Mount with Wired Sensor, Speed Magnet, Cable Tie, Manual, and friendly customer service.
DREAM SPORT -DCY16 Five-star review on Amazon
Diving into Cycling accessories over 10 years, for better bicycle computer.
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This vendor has contacted me 3 different times, wanting to make sure I'm happy. From the tone (and purpose) of their emails, I can tell they truly CARE. That's nice to see. And it hasn't been like some vendors, who are using their 'follow up' emails as just a way to get the customer to do a review. So I would definitely do business with this company again.
This computer went on my secondary mt. bike, which I ship from one coast to the other, for some island biking events I participate in. Mounted it up, pretty fast, as most of these computers install the same. I don't recall using the included instructions, other than using their calibration chart for inputting my tire size. Installing bike computers is sorta like setting up a smart phone .... once you've done it a few times, there's really no need for 'instructions'. Or maybe that's just a 'guy thing' ? I've got a nearby neighborhood radar (speed) detecting sign, so I was able to test my computer, and check the mph readings. Was spot on, by using the instructions' calibration chart. Everything else seems to work great.
Display unit is a nice size. Not too big or too small, and has an easy to see readout display. The color of the unit is white, which I thought might stand out too much. But it looks fine when placed on any of my bikes (of different colors). I won't go into various other technical details about this unit, as I haven't ridden with it long enough, to assess the accuracy. But for the price I paid, this unit works great.
I've owned plenty of bike computers. Too many to count, but that's a good thing, as it's been due to owning plenty of bikes. Both wired and wireless bike computers, of different brands. Rarely paid over $30, as it's not really necessary, unless you are the weekend warrior who enjoys tons of data, or are very hard core about what's going on during your workouts. I've been in both of those groups, yet I'd rather spend my money on other things than a $+150.00 - $ 300.00 bike computer.
Most bike computers install the same way, and you just need to load in the proper tire size to make it read accurately. Adjusting the sensor's distance to the receiver, is where most folks might have problems (getting their computer to work). I've had to play around with most computers, to get them to do a readout. But once it's set, you're good to go (unless it's getting banged into things). Patience and experimenting are important. Of all the bike computers I've purchased, I've probably only had to return two of them. So when I read negative reviews on bike computers, I have a feeling that some of those folks didn't have much patience, when setting up their bike computer. It's not complicated, but sometimes it takes some adjustment.
Buy this computer, as I think you will be very happy with it.
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