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Polar CS Cadence Sensor

Now you can measure your real time and average cadence of your entire cycling session. Our advanced wireless cadence sensor measures your pedalling rate as revolutions per minute so you can compare the effectiveness of your ride against previous rides.

Polar CS Cadence Sensor Features:

  • Improves your cycling technique and identifies your optimal cadence
  • Designed to be aerodynamic and light

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  • Colour: Black
Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by Poor Design Records cadence fine, adds more functionality to computer. Magnet included. The physical design of this is terrible. Painful to install, especially on a thick downtube. sticks out like a sore thumb on the bike frame. i always have to re-adjust it after packing bikes up for races. i dont use it anymore, speed and heart rate info is enough for me! 14 May 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Does what it says Records cadence and sends it to a compatible Polar cycle computer. Despite not being mentioned in the description, this comes with the crank magnet so there is no need to buy a separate one. 07 April 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Indispensable De même que le capteur de vitesse, CRC vends ce capteur à peine plus cher que le changement de pile (facturé 22 euros dans les centres agréé). Le placement du capteur de cadence est parfois un peu compliqué pour les VTT tout suspendus, mais l'information donnée est tellement importante pour fournir une puissance maximale qu'il est difficile de s'en passer. Le capteur a d'abord un but pédagogique pour apprendre à pédaler autour de 90 à 100 tr/mn, il permet de vérifier ensuite qu'on s'y tiens (chose aussi importante qu'apprendre à pédaler rond). 06 August 2009
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