Wireless Bike Computer with Cadence Sensor Odometer Altimeter for Bicycle Stationary Bike with Trip Dist
Speedometer and Odometer
Tracking the average/maximum/minimum speed and mileage with save function, to reach the training goal.Altimeter and Temperature
Good helper for outdoor cycling, especially mountain biker, to challenge and protect yourself with accurate figures.Fitness Function
Designed with calorie consumption and fat burnt function, keeping the biking data under control, help to make progress day by day.More Functions
More Functions to make your biking trip and training more convenient, efficient and enjoyable: Dual Independent Bike System, Auto Trip Timer, Digital Clock, EL Backlight, Auto Scan, Service Program, Freeze Frame Memory, Auto Start/Stop, Auto Power On/Off, KM or Mile Selectable, Digital Coded Transmission. What is Included：
Bike Computer Mount*1
Manual and Instal Instruction*1
Button Battery CR2032*4
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This bike computer is super easy to install, especially if you toss out the included zip ties and use some decent ones. I installed it on my 29" MTB to put it through some punishing paces.
The zip tie holders do well on the computer itself and the magnets. The sensors, especially the cadence sensor, want to slide a bit as they get jostled about off road. I rectified that by putting a tiny square of 3m VHB between the sensor and the frame before I zip tied it in place. VHB is a very high bonding double sided tape. Probably any double sided tape would work but that's what I have.
There's a chart online from cateye that will give you the wheel diameter to use when setting up the computer. I used 2298 for my 29 x 2.2 tires.
The screen is easy to read and it's not too fussy clicking through all the stats to see how you did after a ride. You have to hold the left button for a couple of seconds on each stat to reset it - there's no single reset for all the trips stats.
I mostly want a computer on my bike to monitor miles for maintenance. I have several bikes and ride in a rotation depending on what I'm carrying and how I feel. I prefer to get maintenance done before something breaks and this computer will let me know.
The trip distance and speeds all match up with my phone's GPS and my watch so I suppose it's pretty accurate.
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