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Sixteen function wireless cycling computer including cadence. Wide screen format keeps important info visible without pushing buttons.
• Dual Wireless Design with Cadence • Auto Sleep • Multi-Angle mount • Size - 6.6 x 1.8 3.5cm • Weight – 30g • Current speed • Average speed • Max speed • Trip Distance • Odometer • Ride Time • Total time • Current temp • Low battery indicator • 12/24 hr clock • Trip time • Current cadence (RPM) • Average Cadence (RPM) • Max Cadence (RPM • Speed pacer indicator • Bike 1 & Bike 2
  • Colour: Silver
Rated 2.9 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by cheap and with reason Good price but with reason,supplied with missing screws and a flat battery Instructions not that clear and fiddly to achieve poor fit at best (boardman frame) Once fitted doesn't look good, especially cadence sensor not what you want on a expensive bike really, had to protect paint with felt pads otherwise crappy cable ties would slip and rub.... I expect cadence magnet to be caught with shoe first time out as cable tied to crank arm ?buyer beware 29 May 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Panoram bike pc This is a comprehensive computer, ie. many features...most of the abilities are useful like most bike monitors but this is different in a few things. One being the cadence counter, temp and multi wheel ability. Nice big face on it, nicely laid out too. Reasonably easy to navigate thru' the menus...it's 'logical' in getting to most areas. Not alot of bother to setup...a good solid all-round kit for doing this...well made parts. Overall, a bit expensive, thus the 4 but this is a good 'un. 13 October 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Hard to set up and ultimately faulty This computer has instructions which come on wallpaper. I bought it for the cadence and for the temperature gauge. Unfortunately units are km with deg C (European) or Miles and F (US) so Miles and deg C (UK) are not possible. Der! While the screen is clear having 3 buttons with long / short depression functions is unnecessarily complicated. To reset the trip meter required me to go back to the wallpaper! The cadence unit fell out the ugly tree and hit every branch on the way down. Worst of all, after 2 years it now appears to have developed a fault where clipping it unit into its holder resets the unit. In summary, forget cadence and temperature, get something with 1 or two buttons and a big screen and happy pedalling! 26 May 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Would not recommend I am not a fan of this computer. On arrival the computer was dead and had to be replaced (quickly done by CRC). The zip ties which hold the cadence magnet to the crank rub against your shoe. Result - lost magnet after three rides! (the additional rebuild kit does not come with a magnet?!) The set up instructions are not easy to follow and I still have no idea how to set up the conmputer for my second bike without resetting the computer and reentering the data. The instructions provide no assistance for setting up 'bike 2'. I would not buy this again. 10 March 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by nice big display. It includes so may plastic pieces and screws, so I think it fits on any bike. I received it with one battery exhausted (!?) 19 February 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by conficts with garmin GPS Overall a great easy to read display a somewhat easy set up. However when I used a garmin GPS within 1 meter of the unit the speedo section of this unit became unstable and read in accuratly on the distance and current speed. I when to a wired computer to stop the conflict problem. 16 May 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by quality item A nice piece of kit this. Big face and digits, well places, for those of us with glasses needs. Recommended. 24 October 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by Malo malo malo No he tenido un ciclocomputador peor, compramos dos, uno,primero nos llegaron los dos con las pilas gastadas. Despues de cambiarlas empezo a funcionar un dia si otro no,vuelta a comprobar las pilas. Alfinal le he tenido que soldar estaño en los contactos para que hicieran contacto pero cuando paso por un bache se desengancha y pierdo la informacion, y eso pasa con los 2!!!!!! 03 August 2010
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