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Ciclosport CM 2.2 Computer

The next step up for the cyclist who wants to know. 3 lines of text means more information in a glance. Convenient 2-bike memory lets you move the computer from one bike to another, now you only need one computer

Ciclosport CM 2.2 Computer - 12 bike functions:

  • Current speed
  • Average speed
  • Speed comparison
  • Total distance (Bike 1 & 2)
  • Auto start/stop
  • Two-in-one system
  • Daily riding time
  • Total riding time (Bike 1 & 2)

Buy Ciclosport CM 2.2 Computer from Chain Reaction Cycles, the worlds largest online bicycle store.

 
Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good, but there're some cons Just received this computer, first impressions: pros: 1. Durable design 2. Large display, three lines of information. cons: 1. Weak spoke magnet (Mount unbent at the first attempt to fix it on the spoke. Leave the old magnet from bike computer Sigma). 2. Few confusing switching of display modes on the bottom line. 18 September 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Buttons Freeze I found that when it is cold (below 10 degrees Celsius)the buttons do not operate easily if at all. The centre button seems to be the most problematic especially when the bike is in motion while the button is being pressed. So switching displays or resetting the trip-distance is often not possible. The problem quickly rectifies itself at normal temperatures. To reset the trip-distance back to zero, both the left and right buttons have to be pressed at the same time for 5 seconds. This is a bit too long (2 seconds would have been better), especially when the buttons are not operable in the cold. 24 December 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by CicloSport CM 2.2 (with English or Germain Display) It would have been nice if you can choose the items that display on each line, but that is not exactly how the CicloSport computers work. Certain display combinations can only display for a few seconds before reverting to a default state. Here is how it works: Line 2 always shows the current Speed Line 1 shows the Trip Distance, Trip Ride Time, or the Time of Day Line 3 shows all of what line 1 can show (redundantly) and more including the Average Speed, Maximum Speed, Trip Distance, Total Distance (up to 99999km) since last battery change, Time of Day, Date, Trip Ride Time, and Total Ride Time since the last battery change. Some of the items of line 3 are sub functions which can only display for a few seconds. For example Maximum Speed is a sub function of Average Speed. So after a few seconds, the Maximum Speed display reverts back to Average Speed display. Similarly, the Total Distance cannot permanently display because it is a sub function to the Trip Distance. This means that the Trip Distance can display permanently on both lines 1 and 3. (why is that useful?) The computer separately tracks the Total Distance and Total Ride time (since last battery change) of 2 bikes. There is also a display that adds the two respective bike figures together. Each bike can have a different wheel size. A bike is selected (toggled) by pressing two buttons together. All distance figures can be input manually including Trip Distance. Useful after a battery change. You can also turn on the cadence feature, but you will have to purchase the required mount and wiring separately (sold here). The manual can be found at the CicloSport web site at: ciclosport.de/statische/itemshow.php4?query=id%3D65&order=&showpart=&method=2&sessionid=68054925 Other than being a bit more complicated than necessary, this computer is not bad. The manual can use some improvement by being more clear how the functions work. I hope this helps 14 December 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by excellent best computer i've had for the price range - if you want a cheap wired no nonsense unit that wont fly off when you press the buttons and gives you speed , distance (down to .01 miles/km) & ride time (down to seconds) on the same display then i'd recommend this above all others - also you can choose where you want the distance/time displayed. also buttons big enough to be easily distinguished through winter gloves would get 5 stars if it had a backlight 02 February 2010
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