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Topeak Panoram V12 Widescreen Computer

Wide screen lets you see your information in a single glance! 12 functions, available in wireless and wired versions.


  • Current speed
  • Average speed
  • Max speed
  • Trip distance
  • Odometer
  • Ride time
  • Total time
  • Low battery indicator
  • 12/24 hr clock
  • Trip time
  • Speed pacer indicator
  • Bike 1 and Bike 2
  • Power Saving Auto sleep
  • Large Mode Button
  • Easily switch between Wired and Wireless by using wireless bracket and sensor
  • Multi-Angle Mount
  • Wide screen
  • 6.6 x 1.8 x 3.5cm
  • 12 function computer
  • Weight: 30g

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  • Colour: Silver
  • Option: Cordless, Wired
Rated 4 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Хороший комп В целом, хороший и удобный компьютер. Соглашусь с предыдущим автором, о необходимости ручного включения перед началом движения - это неудобно. Также была небольшая возня с установкой датчика на вилку - слишком малый радиус действия магнита. 04 May 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Плюсы и минусы Плюсы: Хороший дизайн На экран одновременно выводится 3 параметра (текущая скорость, время, пройденное расстояние) Удобно располагается над выносом, не нужно снимать, если есть необходимость перевернуть велосипед. Минусы: Крепление не надежное! Если катаетесь по асфальту, то пойдет, если катаетесь экстримально, то подумайте над приобретением! Ощущение, что от вибрации на грунте со временем отвалится.. Нет авто включения! Ноносонс! Очень не удобно! При начале движения нужно не забыть включить компьютер! 11 February 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by You could do better I have a lot of faith in the Topeak brand, but this is the first of their products to let me down. The programming isn't so much daft as incomprehensible, and it took me a long time to figure out just what the instructions were telling me to do. It has a big display but a lousy mounting system between the clip-on point and the handlebar....mine has come loose several times and completely fallen off once, which required a meticulous search back over the track to find the bit that had fallen off. Not good enough for that price; something cheaper probably wouldn't be nastier. 06 June 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good. I have two wireless models which have performed very well. They would have been perfect with a backlight because the display is not visible at night. I have just attached Niterider Minewt Dual lights to the bars and stem. With the lights switched off the computer works perfectly but with lights switched on the computer fails to operate. Annoying ! 20 April 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by todo ok todo ok 10 April 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by good, useful, visible. Useful if, like me, you can no longer see the little numbers when you glance down at these things. I don't wear my glasses on the bike and so I went for the biggest read-out. This works well and the computer was fairly easy to set up once I had figured out my way through the multi-lingual/multi illustrated instruction sheet. I found it easiest to cross out all the unnecessary bits first. It's quite big (obviously) so make sure you have it really secure so it doesn't rattle loose. May not be so good if you do a lot of bumpy off road stuff. This was the best price I found. 10 April 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by I am very happy with this item because the screen is really wide and it is easy to use. Very easy to install and remove it from the bike. Good value comparing to other similar products. Get it! 25 August 2009
Rated 3 out of 5 by For MTB the contact points are anoying This is a good cycle computer, I have only rated as 3 because it has a very very anoying fault. It uses some contacts on the rear to tell the computer that it is mounted on a bike, over time dirt ect gets to these contacts, therefore you can loose data, as the computer stops operating when it thinks the contacts are not made! In the dark this is even more anoying, as you loose you data for your rides, especially if you like to descend at speedon the rough stuff in the dark! the mounting for the transmitter is not great either, as it does not clam that tightly to your fork! On the plus side, thelarge display is awsome! 09 November 2005
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