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Cateye CC-CD200 Astrale 8-Function Bicycle Computer

by CATEYE

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  • 8-function bicycle computer with universal handlebar and sensor mounts
  • Displays cadence, current speed, max speed, average speed, trip distance, total distance, elapsed time, clock
  • Speed measured at rear wheel, allowing for training indoors
  • Dual tire size, automatic start/stop, automatic power-saving mode
  • CR2032 battery included

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Product Description

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Accompanied by universal handlebar and sensor mounts for quick, easy set-up, this bicycle computer displays cadence, current speed, maximum speed, average speed, trip distance, total distance, elapsed time, and 12/24-hour clock. Speed is picked up from the rear wheel, allowing for speed to be measured while training indoors. Other features include dual tire size, automatic start/stop, and automatic power-saving mode. The computer runs on a CR2032 battery (included). Maximum wired transmission distance is 55 inches. Like all Cateye bicycle computers, this one is ultrasonically welded and water-resistant.

Specifications:

  • Handlebar mount size: 22-32 mm
  • Sensor mounts: 11-55 mm
  • Battery: CR2032 (included)
  • Maximum wired transmission distance: 55" (140 cm)

About Cateye
Founded in 1946 in Osaka, Japan, CatEye is the leading manufacturer of cycle computers, lights, and reflectors to cyclists in the world. In 1964, CatEye was the first in the industry to create a flashing lamp for bicycles, followed by their first battery headlamp in 1982, and the very first bicycle head lamp using white LEDs in 2001. The company's Opticube lens and reflectors make the brightest and most efficient LED headlights. while their LD500 remains the only rear safety light that can meet the rigorous CPSC standards for reflectivity.


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000R6QR3Q
  • Item model number: CC-CD200
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,125 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It was easy to install and is easy to use.
Jason Walley
It has all the basic functions I need, and is reasonably priced.
Slydog
The unit is easy to remove when leaving the bike unattended.
Joseph R. Balsamo

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By M. Kiefer on May 13, 2008
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This is my first cycling computer and I've been happy with it. I've owned it for about 4 months and have done dozens of rides with a total of over 400 miles on the odometer. It is easy to ride and switch between the different viewing modes and is easy to read even in sunlight.

This product is very functional and works as advertised. I really like the "auto start" mode where the odometer and elapsed time start automatically when wheel rotation is detected. Without it I would forget to restart the timer often.

As noted in other reviews the various combinations of button pushes are a bit cryptic and take some practice getting to remember. I'll eventually dig out the manual again to figure out how to set the time to DST :-) ... or maybe I'll just wait until the time is right again! Actually, the one that bugs me the most is the "trip meter reset" which I usually end up having to try two or three different times to get it right.

The one feature I wish it had was an "cycle through modes" option where the values displayed would automatically cycle through the secondary display modes (avg speed, max speed, elapsed time, trip, odometer) without having the press a button on the unit.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Jason Walley on July 29, 2006
I recently purchased this to replace an older broken computer. The cadence helps significantly with training. Wireless is always nice, but considering price this computer is perfect. It was easy to install and is easy to use.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By R. Simpson on February 23, 2006
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I purchased this computer to replace another Cateye that was a front-wheel sensor (speed/distance) because I recently started using a resistance trainer indoors and needed crank (cadence) and rear-wheel (speed/distance) sensors. Nice features and easy to mount and wire.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By TheTaoRunner on December 15, 2007
I bought this computer at my local bike shop as I wanted one that measured cadence and could attach to the rear wheel to use with an indoor trainer (Cycle Ops Fluid 2). The setup was a bit challenging for me, but it always takes me twice as long to put things together. I had it on my bike and working in around 45 minutes. I think the attachment hardware could be designed better. The numbers are a bit too small to see easily with my 43 year old eyes. It does function well and is simple to reset and gives me all the numbers I need: speed, top speed, average speed, time of ride, cadence, and odometer. I think it is a bit overpriced. Overall I like it despite these minor issues. The bike shop staff told me that wireless units don't have the range to attch to the rear wheel, so thats why I bought the wired version.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Joseph R. Balsamo on February 19, 2009
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I have purchased my second Astrale 8 and although others were available, I wanted the same thing for my wife. We are currently working out together on 2 trainers (Colorado Winter).

I have put over 2300 miles on mine and it has served me quite well. I gave it one star short because I wish the screen titles could have been made with a larger font. Still, you learn what the settings are vs. trying to read them. I'm still using the same battery!

The unit is easy to remove when leaving the bike unattended.

I would let your installer know if you are using a trailer. They may need to adjust the sensor mounting so that you can attach and remove the trailer without disturbing the unit sensor position.

The unit is well made, and as you can see, has given me excellent service.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jason Walley on July 29, 2006
I recently purchased this to replace an older broken computer. The cadence helps significantly with training. Wireless is always nice, but considering price this computer is perfect. It was easy to install and is easy to use.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By 1justinp on June 15, 2011
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I purchased the cateye astrale 8 for three reasons 1) it had a cadence function, 2) it had a rear wheel speed sensor mount, 3) it was reasonably priced for the functions it has. I received the unit and had it installed in less than 1 hour. I have put about 200 miles on it so far with no issues at all. For the price it is a great unit.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Timothy Takemoto on April 18, 2014
The problem with wireless is that there are several reasons why the wireless sensors can stop communicating with the computer. I have heard of a S company sensor that needed to be mounted on the right, not left. Interference can prevent getting a good reading. It can also be due to the distance of the sensor to the magnet. And it can be due to your batteries wearing out. So, with a wireless I found myself never being sure of the cause of the malfunction and replacing batteries (both in the computer and sensors) before realizing that the problem was elsewhere. The weight of the wire is minimal and (bearing in mind all the time you'll spend wondering why your wireless is not getting a signal) the set up time is minimal. So other than the high-tech looks and bragability of wireless, I am not seeing the advantage.

There is a downside to wires and that is if you catch them on something, tie up the cable ties too tight, or crash you can break them. This computer is no longer manufactured, so for how long you'll be able to get a replacement harness I am not sure. If you like the computer, you might be advised to buy a spare harness (wiring) kit. I went through them every couple of years.

Cadence is more useful than speed when training. Speed is not really that important, other than for the motivation of "ooh aren't I going fast." But if you are fairly new to cycling (and especially if you come from running, where one only pushes rather than spins) one can forget to keep the cadence up. Change gear when you move away from your 'ideal cadence.' This depends on the person but it should be around 85-90, generally irrespective whether on the flat, going up hill, or into a headwind. I still tend to let off on the cadence in the latter two cases, so I miss cadence when I don't have it.

The lower of the two numerical displays is a bit small for my old 48 year old eyes, hence only 4 stars.
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