The KNOG N.E.R.D. has an animated rolling display with push screen functionality. The N.E.R.D. can be set up for use on two bikes – maintaining unique data between rides. Simple tool-less attachment to handlebar, frame or stem by re-orientation of N.E.R.D. unit. No signal or function interference from city stuff like cell phones, lights, batteries or your buddy Ruperts freakin’ blood hound. 100% Waterproof!
Knog Nerd 12 Function Wireless Features:
Multi-bike selection (accumulated speed and distance data for 2 different bikes can be stored)
12/24 hour clock
Relative Speed (output as a bar graph of current vs average speed)
Distance Per Day
Total Riding Time
Scanning (will display all functions in a looped sequence)
Low Battery Indicator
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Rated 1 out of 5 by Lorenzo Nice looking but useless except checking current speed.
Easy to use, and nice looking. Have 2 of those and both of them do pick up interferences at crosslights with the consequence that speed goes up to 199,99kmh.
So in the end are a pretty useless, except for showing current speed, since all stats are affected by interferences...
13 September 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Anonymous rides its own trips
Its nice and looks cool. But as another review mentions it does catch up interference. Most days my top speed has been 199.9 km/h and I have mostly a total for the day that's way way off.
I really regret bying this item as my total km is important to me.
07 February 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous I was really wanting to love this computer, especially as its designed in Australia and i paid full price at the time. My gripe is that the big font that you see in the picture only applies to the current speed. All the other useful stuff like times distances and averages are in those smaller digits up the top which can be hard to read when you are either getting shaken about, or cant take your eyes off the road. Essentially great build and looks, maybe i just need to get glasses.
03 May 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Fun and easy! But does pick up interference...
The nerd is a great bicycle computer for all your basic needs! Speed, top speed, average speed, time, odometer and total time. In addition there's the graph in the lower right corner displaying your current speed relative to your average speed. It's a nice feature that makes you push yourself a little extra. Also, being able to light up the display is very handy when it's getting dark outside! You can easily set it up for two bikes - one MTB and one racer for example.
Attaching it to your bike is supereasy, especially since there's no wires to worry about. You can flip the screen 90 degrees, so you can pretty much mount it wherever you want. However, it DOES pick up interference from my contoure camera When it's mounted on my handlebar, so I can't give it a top score. At a stand-still, the nerd recorded my speed at 54 km/h when I turn on my camera.
19 February 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous Not so good.
Got one for ss'10 bike season. Nice screen animation. As said earlier NOT entirely waterproof. Broke it to pieces after a small crash. BTW kind of like it.
03 December 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Simple and stylish velocomputer
Attachment of all parts is very simple, also you can choose location of the main unit between handlebar or stem. Integrated silicon holder protection body makes it tough enough and you will not lose it during the hard ride. Digits are rising from the bottom like in stock exchange digital tables, quite cool. Also the size of transmitter belt is a bit small for ordinary forks like fox 32.
26 September 2010
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous Make a bigger strap
I bought this computer so that I could use it on both my bikes, hence I stumped up a little more cash than I would have liked. The computer fits fine on my handlebars, but the sensor will only (barely) fit around my Fox 32 forks and point blank refuses to fit around my Fox 36 forks. Come on KNOG, make a bigger sensor mount that fits a wider range of forks!. That aside, the computer is a great little unit with all the usual functions. The screen fogs up though after washing my bike, which would suggest that it's not entirely waterproof.
23 June 2010