If anything goes wrong with the item, please contact them at any time, they will provide you with customer service in 24 hours. This bike handlebar extender is a great gift for a loved one. There are 21 functions on this bicycle computer that could meet all your needs in riding. Before canceling last trip, please record total distance and time, after deletion of data, enter the data manually on setting mode. You never need to worry about the change battery, they designed this rechargeable speedometer to give users a better riding experience. A full charge can work for 150 hours without a backlight. It have a better waterproof performance because it has no battery box and cover. Even if you are riding a bike in the rain, don't put the wireless bike speedometer under water. The screen will turn off and the bike will not have a riding signal for a while. When you start riding, the bicycle odometer wireless receives the signal and starts to work. When riding stops, the back light will be off for 10 seconds. Light off mode will turn off the backlight. The plastic cover magnet and the alloy cover magnet for the bicycle odometer are better than the cross screw driver magnet. The plastic cover magnet is tool free and works well. The same thing happened to the bicycle's odometer. It depends on how you choose. The maximum distance between sensor and magnet is 3mm, better for bicycle computer wireless install. There is a good distance between the bicycle speedometer odometer and sensor. To enter the data for the wheel size, roll forward a full circle and mark the valve vertically on the surface, then make a different mark for the valve position, the distance between these 2 marks is the wheel size.
👤It was stopped working. It's too complicated to use. Do not recommend.
👤The instructions for this bicycle computer are a joke, so it's hard to install. The product is not as described. I thought it was a charging device, but it uses a CR2032 battery in the tire sensor. The tire sensor requires a CR2032 battery, which is why the computer is not a USB charging device. The instruction manual is useless. Thankfully, I have a great bicycle shop nearby and they were able to open it, however the professionals were frustrated. It is working as of right now. I can't guess how long. I charged it up to 100% before it was installed, but I know the charge will drain down quickly since it's cold in my shed. The computer is nice and I graded it two stars. Again, the bike shop professionals were impressed by the wide range of parameters this computer measures, including rider's weight and ambient temperature. I can't recommend this bicycle computer to beginners or novices because it is better suited for experienced bikers. The power demands are deceptive. It requires batteries.
The bicycle computer has a HD screen and 500mAh battery, which gives you a better cycling experience. IPX7 waterproof protection allows bike computer work in the rain. The built-in high sensitivity gps chip is used to support three systems: gps and GLONASS, real-time tracking distance and speed, and record the cycling track automatically. A full-screen backlight and anti-dazzling design with a 2.4-inch large screen display allows you to clearly view the data from all angles in the sun or at night. The press power button can be used to adjust the backlight level. Automatic sync, uploading cycling data to your phone, support to view detailed data, and easy to view and analyze data are compatible with MEILAN app. You can use a data cable to transfer your riding records. The activities uploaded to the MEILAN app can be synchronized to other applications. You can share your cycling records with your friends on Facebook. 25 hours and ausb rechargeable. It can be used for 25 hours. Can be charged with any device that has a 5V port. You can apply for a return within 30 days if you are not happy with the product. If you have a question, please contact them.
👤I got a computer last year because I didn't like using my phone while on the bike. I had the phone in a mount but would get distracted when I looked at my speed or time and almost ate it a couple times. gps tracking, HR, Speed, daytime visible, and not huge were some of the requirements that a basic computer had. The computer does all of that very well. The only thing I would like is for the computers to automatically uploading rides to Strava. It's easy to plug in and I wait until 3-4 rides before uploading. It was great to be on the bike. It's easy after you read the directions. It doesn't fall during rides. It shows the data points I want to look at. I'm happy there. I had an issue with my gps where it would place me in north Africa, adding 10,000 miles to my ride each time it did it. I was on a few rides in a row. After I confirmed my purchase with customer support, I sent a new unit to them. It was easy to deal with. The bar mount is not the best. It will break if you move it between bikes. It's great for the price.
👤Is the Meilan M2 lo tiene todo? GPS, preciso, efectivo, velocidad a tiempo real, velocidad promedio, and so on. mediante la App de Meilan, actualiza el recorrido en Strava. Es una maravilla! Ojal mucho.
👤This is easy to use. It comes with two mounts, one for my road bike and one for my mountain bike. All of the accessories are less expensive than the big brands. It's easy to set up and read while riding. Highly recommended.
👤I enjoy riding a bike. I used to use my phone for gps. The screen on my phone broke when I dropped it. My friend suggested I buy a gps bike computer. I like it so far. It is easy to carry.
👤It works well inside. It is easy to connect to all ant+ devices. The fixing part broke when I used it 15 times. It's no longer usable. I will try and get a refund or a new one, and update the review. I contacted the seller and they were able to give me a full refund without returning the product. There's good customer service. They promised to use better materials, but wouldn't recommend the product as of yet.
👤This little device tells you everything you need to know on your ride. It works great with a heart monitor. It was a perfect purchase.
👤The company is great. They sent me videos and an email to help me understand the bike computer. I would definitely recommend it.
👤It takes a few minutes to set it up, but it works fine and records a range of metrics, including speed, cadence, heart rate and power from a range of sensors. Quite basic. It is easy to get the ride details you need by uploading the.fit file to Strava.
The Connect IQ Store has free apps, data fields andwidgets. The dynamics of the ride include jump count, hang time and hang time, as well as Grit, a measure of the ride's difficulty, and Flow, which tracks the smoothness of your descent so you have a score to beat next time. Up to 20 hours with the gps, and up to 40 hours with the charge power pack. All of your favorites. Current, max, and average speed, total distance, trip distance, elapsed time, calories consumed, pace arrow, and clock are displayed. You don't have to start over every time you change the battery with the option to manually set the odometer. Securing and going: You can easily mount, adjust, and move your computer with their FlexTight Bracket. Setting up your gear and traveling more often are both things you can spend less time on. Don't eat. Caught at a red light? Do you stop for coffee? They've got you covered. When you stop, your CatEye computer stops counting time and average speed. DATA FOR HEALTH. The Wireless velo tracks calories burned.
👤I have been using Cateye cycle computers since the days of the Solar II and the one I bought in the 80s still works. I needed a basic computer for my new bike. There's no way to route a wire from the fork to the handlebars on a bike with disc brakes. The computer and magnetic pickup work well. The wired models that I bought in the 90s still work, but the pickup is less persnickety. I am still using them. The display is clear and bright, but I think it's too big for what it does and everything on the screen is controlled from a single button. The two small buttons on the bottom of the device are not accessible while the device is mounted. The installation was easy, but it took 2mm zip ties to complete it. They give 4 of them with no extras. Two are needed to mount the sensor to the fork, and two more are needed to mount the mounting brackets to the handlebars. My old wired computers have sturdy mounts secured with screws. They have rubber bushings to fit handlebars and forks. They stay put until you loosen the screws. If you want to uninstall the computer and sensor, you don't need to buy a new one. The mount is made of thin plastic and has holes for the ties. The mount is not secured with a rubber sleeve, so it rotates easily on the bar. There's a bit of taper because this is a flat bar with a 31.8mm mounting diameter. I had to put it in place. It is not too secure. I didn't want to risk breaking the zip ties. It's difficult to dismount the computer once it's snapped into the mount. There is no mechanism to release the mounting brackets. To get it out of the mount, you have to push hard on the bottom of the device. The mount is not fastened to the handlebars. The fork mount has a strip to help position the sensor. If you're never going to take it off the bike, this is a good idea. There is no rubber to help keep the mount in place. You can make your own, but they don't work as well and they don't look good. Setting the wheel circumference is a nuisance. After a couple of long rides, I realized that the default setting for a 26" wheel was not a good approximation of my actual wheel size. Taking the wheel off the bike is one way to fine-tune the wheel's resolution. I would recommend this computer to anyone who can live with the drawbacks. Cateye computers work almost forever, and I would rather buy one of them than any of the no-name computers that sell for a little less.
👤You must push a button to wake the computer. If you start a ride and don't look at your computer for a while, those miles don't get recorded. The tech told me to hit the button before I started. I won't buy Cateye products again just for that.
The odometer feature can be used to plan for bicycle maintenance. Your favorite stat is the current, max, and average speed, total distance, trip distance, elapsed time, pace arrow, and clock. Don't sweat the small stops: caught at a red light? Do you stop for coffee? They've got you covered. When you stop, your CatEye computer stops counting time and average speed. The Velo 7 has a wired speed sensor. You can forget about the battery if it lasts up to three years. The Velo 7 is an entry level computer that is perfect for beginners.
👤This is only for road and cross bikes. It's hard to mount a sensor on a mountain bike with a front suspension. My mountain bike is not exceptional. I couldn't mount to be within 5 cm. Not even close. I spent an hour building the mounts for the old computers. They would fall off before I could get out of the neighborhood. CatEye should include mounts that are made for mounting. Too many bike accessories are made for road bikes, but not for mountain bikes. It is not possible to predict or measure if ill is within 5 cm without the sensor. I searched for "5 cm" and "mountain bike" on the CatEye website. There was no warning of a potential problem. I don't like returning products, but in this case, it's either mislabeled or inadequate.
👤This is the first time I've used a bicycle computer. After my kids got old enough to be on their own, I started riding again. I commute ten miles or so to and from the usual places, but I also started going on longer trips out into the countryside. After all that time spent pedaling and pedaling, one begins to wonder certain things, like: "How fast am I going, how many miles am I traveling on these trips, and how long is all of this taking?" After a few trips, this bike computer is much easier to use than any phone. It's better to use a computer like this one for one specific job. Everything is included in order to install the VELO 7. You might need more zip ties. It took about an hour. I own a mountain bike. It has shocks, V-brakes and handlebars. There's not much space left to add accessories like this because of the two handlebar clamps that take up some space to either side of the center bar, and the pannier that is situated out in front and just above the brake and shift cables. Installation was easy even with all of this stuff. If you want to install the Cuz Front Shocks on the rear wheel, you need a long wire to run from the wheel to the computer. It doesn't matter because everything has been thought out so that you can install the computer to any shocks you want. You can either mount the VELO 7 on your handlebars or on your goose neck. There are two sets of half circles on the mount. If you're thinking about mounting the computer to your handlebars, know that the mount can't be back flat to the ground. The mount is rigid and does not tilt. It is a deterrent to theft. While you're away from your bike, the computer can be removed from the mount. Just put it in your pocket. Also, note: If you want to make the computer's data output as accurate as possible, you need to measure the wheel's circumference accurately. Measure the distance the wheel travels in one rotation using a flat surface like the cement in your garage. Do this while riding a bike. You might be off by a few centimeters if you go by the chart. Your tire flattens under your weight, which shortens the actual radius of the wheel. Once you have this measurement, you can use it to make a calculation. Write that number down as you input it into the computer. Also, note: The location of the sensor parts on your spokes and forks isn't important. The computer doesn't use your wheel's radius for calculating data, but instead uses your circumference. It's easy to install, but what about the computer's functions? That is even better! There is fidelity. I would describe the VELO 7's functions as follows. There is only one big button to push and one big screen to look at. You have only one hand to push one button, and the other should be steering. You want to be able to quickly and easily glance down and see the information on the big screen, because you should be watching where you're going instead. There is a speed on the screen. So too is something called PACE ARROW. It is obvious that speed is important, but it is not as important as pace. The arrows tell you when you are going faster, slower, or the same speed. The letters MPH, miles per hour, and KPH, kilometer per hour, are always shown on the screen. When you start your trip, MPH starts flashing and stays flashing until you stop. The computer is making the necessary calculations and the MPH is flashing. The flashing MPH is related to thelapsed time. Pressing the big button causes the screen to be scrolled through: tm, elapsed time, DST, current trip distance, average speed, max speed, ODO, total of all miles regardless of current trip distance, and CLOCK, the time of day. There is one INTERESTING note. When you stop the bike, the computer will stop counting time. This is a positive thing. When you start peddling again. The flashing MPH tells you that time is running out. They are both the same. Pressing and holding the big button for a few seconds resets everything. All except ODO and CLOCK. Both ODO and CLOCK are permanent. The All Clear button is on the back of the computer. There is a small button on the back of the computer. All clear clears the computer to the factory settings. ReSET allows you to change the CLOCK, MPH, and KPH of your wheel. All this without the ODO being reset. The battery lasts for a long time. We'll see. After a while, the computer goes quiet and the clock is the only thing on the screen. The computer wakes up when you start a new trip on your bike. It's Kums! Setting up the computer is probably the hardest part of the whole process, but it's not really difficult once you get used to it. You have to use the big button on the front to input information after you push the reset button on the back. It's similar to setting up a wristwatch. Remember those things? Push the wrong button and you'll have to reset everything again. It can get very frustrating. It's not that bad. It's easy to install. It was easy to use. The design is intuitive. It gives you valuable data when riding. I know some people who are smarter than me. A large screen. This thing will get you to the church on time. The price is good for what you get. Highly recommended! I started having intermittent signal generation problems. When riding, the computer would stop at zero MPH. It would start again, then stop. Things got worse and stopped. I thought it was the sensor on the wheel, but then I realized it was the two sensor parts that were too far apart. That was not the case. A loose wire on the mount was the problem. I must have removed the computer from the mount too forcefully because one of the metal pickups was just enough from the wire to stop making contact, either that or they were never properly aligned to begin with. I had to change the pickup's wire. I used a sharp knife to pop out the pickup from the wire. I pressed it back into the wire. The computer began to work again after this trick was done. There are no more intermittent signal problems. This can drive me crazy. I'll just file this one under "working out all the bugs." It's still highly recommended.
Dream sport has a full range of bike computers for choices and a professional engineering service for all using issues. They are trying to improve on-line service and have a 1.5 year free warranty. If you have a question about using, please contact them. You can read your statistics easily and clearly with the large screen display. The ReAl waterproof is easy to operate. On rainy days, it works great. Eliminate the tangles of wires on your handlebars with the wireless function. 20 functions includeDistance,maximum speed,average speed, driving time, calorie consumption, temperature, stopwatch, and etc. Scan function, no need to touch buttons, show all information and statistics automatically while cycling. They updated the brackets, the first one is extendable and the second one is for the bike handlebar. The All Size Bike Handlebar is more solid and stronger.
👤If you want an inexpensive bike computer that includes gps, heart rate tracking, fitness app synching and rechargeable batteries, and you don't want to spend more money for a bike computer that includes more bells and whistles, I would recommend the Nellvita product. You can use smart phone apps or fitness trackers to find features that are missing on the Nellvita. It is waterproof and has features such as a odometer, current trip distance, average trip speed, maximum trip speed, calorie burn, stop watch, and time of day. The computer comes with a 12 month warranty and a setting to remind you to service your bike at certain mileage intervals. The batteries are included. There are two sets of written instructions, a short set and a longer set. There is a link to a YouTube instructional video. I was able to get clarity with the longer printed instructions and video because I had difficulty setting up the computer and installing the hardware based on the brief instructions. I had to watch the video a few times to figure it out. The installation instructions have a chart that will help you convert your wheel size to a computer program. I had to experiment with aligning the wheel sensor with the fork transmitter to get a reading on the speedometer. The instructions show the transmitter turned toward the wheel, but it hit my spokes when I installed it that way. I was able to place the transmitter at a slight angle so it wouldn't hit the spokes. The computer/speedometer mount is tightened with a screw and nut. The mount has a computer in it. The bike fork is installed via zip ties, and several extra zip ties are provided. The zip tie transmitter attachment was not something I was excited about. The zip ties work. You can either start the computer by pressing a button or by automatically starting it after a few seconds of movement. The computer is easy to read once in motion. You can use the computer to view many of the measurements during your ride. After 5 minutes of being inactive, the Nellvita shuts off automatically. The computer can be activated with a press of a button. I found the speed and distance tracked by the Nellvita to be accurate. The heart rate monitor that I use on my phone was not as good as the calorie burn stat on the Nellvita. But. I understand that calories burned on fitness devices are not accurate. Unless you clear the data, the Nellvita keeps a cumulative total of your statistics. The warranty can be extended to 24 months. After I purchased the computer, I received a call from Nellvita to make sure I was happy with it. Customer satisfaction is a top priority for the company and they stand behind their product. I rated the Nellvita 5 stars based on what it offers for the price, even though I had some issues with it. I didn't rate the Nellvita in comparison to the more expensive bikes on the market. If you want a decent bike computer but don't have a lot of money, the Nellvita is a good choice.
Most types of round tube bicycles, including road bike, mountain bike, folding bike, racing bike, and most common cycling bicycles with spoke-Wheel frame and thinner spokes are compatible with this. The perfect recording device can be used for hiking, climbing, and many other outdoor activities. The high-sensitivity gps is available. Track how far, how fast and where you ride with satellites. ANT+ SENSOR: Only support the brands ANT+ sensor, heart rate monitor, speed sensor and cadence sensor. The battery can be used for up to 25 hours. Purchase with confidence comes with a 2-year warranty and lifetime support from i GPSPORT.
👤I needed a bike speedo because I have a hub. It's a hub that turns magnets. The magnets interfere with the normal sensors used by lower priced speedos, as they also use a single magnet attached to a spoke. I received my Cateye padrone two days ago, after I bought it in October, and it was either not working or it gave ludicrous numbers like 70+ kmh when I was just rolling in the car park. Straight forwards is what it is. There are four lines of data. This is fixed. There are different screens of data. There are two buttons. To scroll through them, press the right one. You can't change what data you see beyond flipping through it. You would have paid at least x3 more to make this bike computer your own. I rode my bike around the neighbourhood for about half an hour yesterday. It works well so far. The mount uses elastics. I found it a bit difficult, but at least there's a backup elastic. The backlight works as well. The amount of time it takes to turn on is the only negative. You press the left button to turn it on, and then you get a screen with every LCS item lit up, and it stays for quite a while, subjectively, perhaps 6-10 seconds, at least mine does. Maybe I'll learn that pressing the on/off/play button will cause this. I'll post pics later. I don't have a cable for the computer. My rating is for the item's function, not its price. It is not going to be the same as a $700 device. There is one final note. There are 2 pages for this item. At the time of ordering, the price was about $75, but it seems that this is the most popular one. One of the other ones was selling it for only x1 review. I looked at both pages for a long time, but I could not see anything, so I ordered from the cheaper one. The prices of the two pages have not changed. I don't understand why they keep 2 pages for the same item.
👤Started out positive. Was excited about it. I installed the app after opening it. I started changing settings after it connected to my phone. I took it on a bike ride and it showed me the mileage and speed accurately. The feature of grade % is about 3 minutes late. It seems to be a combo of the two. The good news is that it connected to my phone. I've tried everything. The app started fresh after being reinstalled. It was turned on and off. There is no way to connect with it. I can't even post my first ride. It's useless if I can't uploads. After each ride, I've been able to connect, but only after removing the device from my phone. It's not too bad, but it's dumb that I can't just use my phone and have it work. Both the meilan and xoss gps models had issues with getting accurate data, but both were easier to get the data off of and connected to my phone more easily. The app of Xoss was better than the one of iGPSport. I kept the iGPSport because it has better accuracy than the xoss and meilan, even though it is difficult to connect with my phone.
The auto stop-start works. This computer will start recording the riding tracking when it stops for a break or waits for a traffic light. Setting up your gear and traveling more often are both things you can spend less time on. This bike computer has a high sensitivity gps chip and supports three systems. Fast global positioning is possible with the use of gps and GLONASS. The time will be adjusted according to the local time if you set the time zone before use. It's convenient and durable because of its small size, light weight and auto sleep function. The bike speedometer can measure speed, altitude, distance, riding time and etc. It's better for a bicyclist or fitness fanatic to record and manage their cycling data. The computer is designed for day and night. The back and right buttons can be pressed at the same time to change the backlight level. The anti-glare screen makes it easy to see the data. The wireless bike computer is very easy to install. The design of theusb rechargeable makes it compatible with any charging device. The battery can provide up to 8 hours of run time. Customers will receive a three-month replacement and one-year warranty from the date of purchase. If you have a question, please contact them immediately by email and their customer service team will help you out.
👤The speed of RC cars was checked by this gps. I checked the accuracy against another gps and found it to be accurate. I haven't tested it yet, but it appears to be waterproof. I didn't need the manual to setup this unit because it looked like it could use a little work. I had no setup issues despite the feature that I overlooked. I was told there is a better manual online. I have not looked for it. Most of the functions can be figured out if you have used a multi button watch.
👤I had a wired bike computer before, and even more recently, a wireless one. The bike computer was as practical and game changing as any of those. There are no wires or sensor to install anymore. You're good to go if you just install the computer itself. I was a little worried about this first, but after watching some videos and testing it myself, I definitely saw that, after waiting for a mandatoryGPS signal locking confirmation from the device, it was pretty spot on. You should check the video on YT or on here from other customers to find out how to set it up, as the instructions could be very confusing. You don't have to do anything else complicated with it once it's all set up.
👤I read that there were problems with this during set-up. I owned enough multi button watches to not experience problems. The vendor addressed this by posting instructions. I put this on the e bike folder. I didn't want to calibrate a wired unit. It works great and provides the data I need. MPH is the distance. It was perfect.
👤The device is a good value, but the underlying software needs some work, as it is very confusing and certain aspects of the interface are still unknown to me. When the gps signal is not present, the speed on the speedometer can go down by 40%, but the odometer still works well. This issue could have been mitigated by better software design. The setup button in the back is glitchy. If a button doesn't respond, it's best to give a double-tap and try again. This issue could be mitigated by better driver programming.
👤I was looking for an inexpensive device. Didn't require ANT+ connections. It was mounted on my gravel bike. On a 53 mile ride, it was within 0.1 miles of phoneGPS. It works and was even able to lock onto the gps inside while I was setting it up, despite the lag in displayed speed. There is a Instructions of minimal help can be found on YouTube. If you only want a speedometer with normal things like average speed and max speed, you're done. Get this one instead of the other at this price point.
👤I think the IPX5 rating is BS. I used it to train for races. It worked well for a couple of uses. IPX5 means that it can "sustain a low-pressure water jet spray", which is what it means when it says on the box. It wouldn't be submerged unless it got flipped over, and there would be no pressure. It was all fogged up after one trip out, even though it was splashed more than usual. I let it dry overnight, but when I plugged it in, it shorted out, luckily I didn't blow up my computer. I picked up a 6X instead of the Fenix.
Enjoy your cycling and a 1 year warranty, no matter how you do it. They will offer you a better service if you contact them freely. GPS Real-time navigation, built-in high sensitivityGPS chip, support 3 systems: BEIDOU,GPS, and GLONASS, fast achieve global positioning. After M1 is connected to the APP, you can plan your ride in the APP, and the APP and M1 are connected to the navigation services. Also, note: Real-time navigation is what Finder has, there is no offline maps function. The large screen and waterproof has a 2.6inch high definition dot matrix screen that is visible from all angles in the sun. IPX5 is a waterproof grade. The battery can last for 40 hours without the need for a backlight. Product life of usage can reach 3 years and above if the test is 100% high and low temperature. BLE4.0 technology can be connected with a heart rate monitor. Don't worry about the link's stability. The M1 does not include: Speed sensor, cadence sensor, Heart rate monitor, power meter. M1 can store about 50 hours of riding data, which can be exported and uploaded to sport websites such as Strava and Komoot, and then detailed data and track can be checked after uploading, you can also view your riding record. The M1 supports display of up to 48 kinds of data, including riding time, speed, cadence, heart rate, power, altitude, slope, cumulative rise, longitude and latitude, heading, left power, right power, etc. You can change the type of data you want to display in the settings, you can also use the up and down keys on the right to change the size of the display window, so that important data can be displayed more clearly.
Everything you need to hit the road is included in the kit. You can read your statistics easily and clearly with a Macintosh computer with a large screen and high definition display. Backlight display function, no reflection during the day, clearer at night. The Touch LIGHT Button enter Long Light backlight is perfect for night riding. The SET Button will light up for four seconds if you press it. EASY OPERATE, MULTI FUNCTION, ACCURATE MEASUREMENTDistance, Maximum Speed, Average Speed, Driving Time, Calorie Consumption, Temperature, Stopwatch, Maintance and etc. All information and statistics are shown automatically while cycling. The functions are completed with two buttons. The waterproof IPX7 standard design makes it more convenient and durable. You can use this water-resistant bike computer in the rain, just wipe it dry. WIRELESS AND ACCURATE. The wireless transmission function makes it easier to install and use, and there is no need for a line on your handlebars.
👤Took the plunge and bought a computer. I've used many more expesive ones but was interested in the huge display. It was relatively easy to set up. It was a bit of confusion as to what was being referenced on a few things, but I got it sorted out. It was easy to convert to MPH. There are preset tire sizes. The product description is good. The list functions crazy. All I care about is the MPH, time and Distance/Odometer. I ride with people who have accurate MPH readings on my other computers. The display is the best thing. It is large. Being able to see my speed on a large screen is nice. Even with all the functions, scrolling is pretty easy because the screen displays large. The backlight is easy to turn on and off. It was nice and bright. I was able to ride it in the rain and it held up well. The mounts it comes with are a huge plus. The mount is rock solid. The Cateye Pardonne with mount costs me three times as much as this and has a smaller display. I took a chance on this one because of the poor reviews of computers. I'll be content if it lasts a year or more. I plan to buy another one for my bike.
👤I like the computer on the bike. The display is large and easy to see. The mounts are not the best. If you want to see more than just 2 lines of data, it's a good idea to use the wheel chart for diameter inexpensive wireless. There is a rolling option. The quality of the mounts is my only complaint. They aren't terrible but they aren't great. There is a I had to add another piece of rubber around the bar because the main bar mount clamp is too wide. No big deal. It's easy to think that the computer is clipped in when it isn't. When you push it into place, it doesn't lock into place on its own. You need to forcefully press up on the latch to make sure it doesn't come off the mount. The mount is easy to mount using zip ties and a piece of rubber tape. The receiver can swing back and forth for positioning, but the tightening screw does not tighten up fully. It's easy to move the receiver because it's too close to the wheel. Trying to tighten something like this would probably break it. I would definitely recommend this bike computer for its design and cost, and would purchase it again. The quality of the mounts is the only area I took off for in the star rating.
👤The bike computer is great for larger screens. It is easy to read, and it has all the options you could want, including time and temperature, as well as the usual suspects of average speed, max speed, etc. The computer is great. The mount needs work. I came off my bike and ended up in the road at least once on every ride, with a total of three. The jacked-up 4 x 4 behind us narrowly missed crushing it to oblivion on the third ride after it came off. They would have a winner if they made the mount more secure. I would still recommend this, but make sure you take additional steps to make sure it is secured to the bike. Duct tape? Maybe a zip tie? Something.
Speedometer for bike provides a large display for easy viewing during dark hours. The light will be on for 4 seconds per time between 17:57 and 17:57. During the first 30 days, you could return with any reason. Their priority would be your satisfaction. Feel free to contact them if you have a problem. Easy to use and read, no setup required, 12 data display on 3 pages, simple operation with 2 buttons, and bright sunlight. The high-sensitivity gps is available. Track how far, how fast and where you ride with satellites. There is a sturdy battery. You will feel it's century use if you use the Rechargeable battery for 20 hours. The mount and O-rings are required to install onto the handlebar.
👤The product looks sleek and functional, but what they don't show you is how it is mounted to the bike. The unit is held to the handlbars with rubberbands. Pictures don't show mounting.
👤It is accurate. It is difficult to work. It is very difficult to understand with two buttons. The ride would start at 9 minutes. The way it is secured is weak. I lost my first crash because it wasn't secured. I did not use the Mount if I used a more stable mount. Not happy with the product.
👤Not recommended. Tiny. Slow. There is no advantage over app on phone. The phone app is more efficient.
👤Justo lo, esperaba.lo, estamos en varias rutas por la sierra cordobesa. No tiene the internet. Tengo el strava, se tiene sincronizar los datos. Ahora, ver los km live,parciales,totales,ademas de temperatura,% de la cuesta y calorias consumida. No viene en espaol, pero te vas a su pgina web.
👤Ich ist, weil ist, das normale Fahrrad computer beleucht. The gps is so genoutzt. Ich ist die Pluspunkt an. The Hndler lieferte die Anleitung in EMail. Sehr gut! Beurteilung, bei mir, begegen, anderer, ist das Gert findet. Im Dunkeln ist die Anzeige. - Die Bedienung ist immer, sollten jedesmal manuell. Normale Fahrrad computer macht dies. 90 Stunden ist die Gesamtdaten gelscht. The Kilometer sogar bei einem. Batteriewechsel. Es ist die Angaben, sondern. So ist es, die Darstellung von Uhrzeit, gefahrenen Kilometern und Z.B. temperatur. I am besonders. Man ist die Preis bei uns. Is the Gert empfehlen? Gert die gleichen ist inzwischen. Macken eingestellt, wie hier berichtet. 13 Km/h an ist der Tacho. Luft ist der Gesamtstreckenzhler. Ich entschieden das Gert.
👤I decided to buy the Gpsport 20e after trying a few other cheaper computers and was not disappointed, the unit only displays km but that's no hardship, the uploads are a breeze to record via the website to keep track of your rides.
👤I've had this for a month and 19 sessions, and it's taken me 337 miles. It's easy to use. The buttons are small for gloves. The same route can vary by up to 4% from day to day, but it seems to be accurate in terms of speed and distance. If you want to cycle in forested areas, look elsewhere. It picks up the gps signal very quickly once it's clear of the obstruction. I can't comment on waterproof qualities because I haven't had it in the rain yet. Not used it enough to see how long the batteries last, but it has done over 5 hours at a stretch without charging, all at night. Even without my glasses, the backlight is readable in the dark. If you don't want to mentally convert to miles, then look elsewhere. The process of uploading the saved sessions to velohero.com is very easy and much more useful than I anticipated. I used an out-front mount, which is good. This is a good buy, and a huge improvement over the type of computer I used to have.
The bike computer has a variety of functions, which can match your daily riding needs, such as real-time/average/maximum speed, odometer, trip distance, temperature, trip time, timer, calories, fat burned and kilometer to mile. You can change the interface at any time. You can get your riding status instantly. Your daily commute just got an edge because you measure your current speed, average speed, total distance, trip distance, and moving time. The sleek design includes an integrated out-front bar and inverted screen that make it easy to glance and go. It's easy to change settings, and the battery indicator lets you know when you're low. Simply input your miles after a battery change, and the odometer will start and stop when you do. Everything you need to hit the road is included in the kit.
👤The unit arrived in perfect condition. There was a card attached that said it would have to be charged for a half hour before use. This unit is powered by a battery. There was no instructions on how to charge it. I figured I'd install the unit first, since the card had a phone number to call if I had questions. There was a second problem quickly developed. The unit was too big to fit in my bike handlebars. I still have at least a quarter of an inch extra space even with the insert. I called Cateye. I was told that the card should not have been sent with the unit. When I told him about the size of the opening, he said that they were aware of the problem and that the supplier should have mentioned it. Cateye is to blame for both of these problems. They should check the info provided by the supplier and never put the charging card with this order. The rep never apologized for the problem or took responsibility for the errors. I don't reward companies that do that. I returned the item and Amazon paid me back.
👤I ride my bike in the dark. In low light, the reverse LCD is unreadable. The out-front mount preserves bar space for a bell and light. The real caveat is the lights. The power regulation circuit in the bike lights will affect the Quick. The Quick was mounted within 3-4 inches of a metro. The Quick was moved 10 inches away from the light so that it wouldn't show speed/distance data in real time. The light is interfering with the display circuitry of the Quick, not the wireless signal between the fork sensor and the main unit. If you have a light on your bike, you need to keep it away from the computer. Great in bright light but not in low light.
👤The display is almost completely unreadable, except in bright sunlight, and only at the precise angle. If you can't see the numbers when it's cloudy outside or at night, it's a failed screen design.
👤The computer doesn't work when I have the light on, it's probably related to the magnetic field generated by the light, but other than that it's easy to read even on the most bright days. I hope that warning is included in the description.
👤The form factor is what attracted me to this unit and I absolutely love it. I mounted it so it floats above my handlebars. It's very easy to see what's going on. Simple. One button to scroll through time, odo, trip distance, speed, trip ave speed, and trip max speed. I'm pretty sure that's not the correct order. To reset the trip data, long press. It is easy to remove the mount. Too easy. I moved my reflector to protect the lever. I tried to use a spare smart watch screen protector, but it was too rigid and the Cateye was too plastic. I removed it. A more flexible screen protectors would work better. I've accidentally dropped the lever on my driveway a few times because it's easy to engage. I didn't scratch it by doing that. The plastic face has a little extra scratch protection. The letters on the black background are great. There were no light shadows. It is easy to read in all light conditions. The included sensor and magnet were easy to attach and didn't require any adjustment after 30 miles of on road and mild off-road use. It is designed for larger handlebars. I used electric tape to wrap mine. YMMV is not a big deal in my book. Since mounting, has not moved. There is no on/off button. If the bike is stationary, the unit just stops working. When the bike is in motion, the mode button cycles through other data which is displayed on the 2nd row. The process of entering wheel size and current time was a little bit like a PIA, but the manual explained it perfectly. I only skimmed the instructions at first, so I had to try three times. I haven't tried, but you can enter old ODO mileage if you replace a battery or migrate from a different bike computer. It's a great unit and includes all you need. I'll take good ergonomics all day long.
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