Sleek, light weight and elegant, CatEye redefines cycle computer design with the new Strada. Don't let the slim size deceive you. This computer has our largest screen and font size in the class and all the functions you need.
Simple, straight forward operations start with the innovative FlexTight™ bracket that mounts quickly, securely and tool-free on virtually any handlebar or stem. A newly designed tool-free sensor mounts effortlessly to the fork. The unique innovative design continues with the mode button that is activated by toggling the bottom portion of the computer screen.
Trip distance 2
Auto power-saving mode
Universal speed magnet and sensor
Dual tire size
FlexTight™ universal mounting bracket
ClickTec™ user-friendly interface
Fits almost any handlebar or stem: 22-31.8mm
Fits almost any fork: 11-55mm
Wired front wheel mounted speed sensor
Wire transmission distance 27 inches - 70cm
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Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous I took this on a touring holiday (Land's End to John O' Groats) and after some typical British weather it would just stop working... on the dry days! Turned out the three contacts in the base unit had started to corrode and turn green. A quick scrape with an allen key or knife sorted this out but only temporarily. The unit itself is waterproof but its just the connection.
16 August 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Genuine japanese computer. Firstly thought it has a sensor touch under display, as it shown on picture on instructions. Mode and other buttons are on back side so i was a little bit wondered how i will press them while riding. But as i connect computer to the bracket - i realise that when i press under display - whole computer moves and press button underneath. Just click click click - really precise and informative, you can easily check speed, odometer and clock while on the move.
Cons: the distance between sensor and magnet is very tiny, i could make start computer to read wheel rotation only from about 2-3 mm distance... may be it's only problem of my computer.
also it would be nice to have a backlight for night riding
11 May 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Quite a bit smaller than i expected, but very simple to set up and use. the whole thing moves when you press the mode button, nice touch as it really makes it feel quality. Once i got out riding with it the size didnt really matter, had no problems reading it on my DH bike. the size means it fits perfectly onto the middle of my stem so i think anything bigger would look silly. But if your eyesight isn't so good i think you would be better going for a larger display.
The wires are also a bit unsightly, you can hide them, but there never fully out of sight, so i think i would have spent a bit extra and gone wireless if i had my time again.
Eniway 5 stars as it dose what it is designed to do very well, and looks quality.
06 May 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Works OK & has been reasonably reliable, but the display is a bit too small for mountain bike riding.
27 April 2011