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Cateye CC-MC100W Micro Wireless 10-Function Bicycle Computer (Black)

by CATEYE

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  • CatEye's most popular wireless computer boasts ten functions and 12 features, including LED backlight and programmable odometer
  • Simple, easy-to-use bracket mounts on both stem and handlebar; universal sensor mount attaches easily to both road and mountain bike forks
  • Current, average, and maximum speed to 65.9 MPH; total distance to 99,999 miles, two trip distances to 999 miles, and two elapsed times to 9:59:59
  • 12- and 24-hour clock; pace arrow and auto power saving mode; tire sizes from 100 to 3,999 millimeters; 70-centimeter transmission distance
  • Computer and sensor run on CR2032 batteries; measures 38 by 52 by 22 millimeters (W x H x D); 30-gram weight


Product Description

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The compact wireless receiver has a streamlined silhouette and 70-centimeter range.
The CC-MC100W Micro is CatEye's most popular wireless computer, and boasts ten functions and 12 features, including LED backlight, programmable odometer, and simple, easy-to-use bracket that mounts on both stem and handlebar. The universal sensor mount attaches easily to both road and mountain bike forks.

Specifications

  • Current, average, and maximum speed to 65.9 MPH
  • Total distance to 99,999 miles
  • Two trip distances to 999 miles
  • Two elapsed times to 9:59:59
  • 12- and 24-hour clock
  • Pace arrow and auto power saving mode
  • Tire sizes from 100 to 3,999 millimeters
  • 70-centimeter transmission distance
  • Computer and sensor run on CR2032 batteries
  • Measures 38 by 52 by 22 millimeters (W x H x D)
  • 30-gram weight

About CatEye
Founded in 1946 in Osaka, Japan, ISO-approved CatEye is a worldwide leader in manufacturing cycle computers, lights, and reflectors. In 1964, CatEye created the first flashing lamp for bicycles, and went on to create the first bicycle headlamp using white LEDs in 2001. The company's Opticube lens and reflectors allow it to make the brightest and most efficient LED headlights on the market today, and the D500 remains the only rear safety light that meets the rigorous CPSC standards for reflectivity.

CatEye's first cycle computer was released in 1981, and the company now offers a full range of computers. The company was additionally among the first to integrate altimeter, heart rate, and cadence technology into cycle computers.

Product Description

The Micro has 10 functions and 12 features, including LED backlight, manual odometer re-set, and a bracket that will mount on both stem and handlebar.
  • Functions: speed - total distance - trip distance - clock - ride time - maximum speed - average speed and auto start/stop
  • Transmitter clamp is designed to fit suspension (and rigid) fork legs
  • Features: Wireless - Backlight - Stem and handlebar mount - Programmable odometer - Universal bracket and sensor mount - Pace arrow - Dual tire size - Programmable speed unit - Auto or manual start/stop - Sleep mode - Auto power-saving mode
  • Transmitter clamp is designed to fit suspension (and rigid) fork legs
  • Transmitter clamp is designed to fit suspension (and rigid) fork legs
  • Battery: CR2032 (main unit and sensor)
  • Transmitter clamp is designed to fit suspension (and rigid) fork legs
  • Handlebar mount size: 22-32mm
  • Transmitter clamp is designed to fit suspension (and rigid) fork legs
  • Fork mount size: 11-50mm
  • Transmitter clamp is designed to fit suspension (and rigid) fork legs
  • Front fork speed sensor
  • Transmitter clamp is designed to fit suspension (and rigid) fork legs
  • Wireless transmission distance up to 70cm - 27inches
  • Universal handlebar/stem mount, fits up to 31.8mm bars and most stems
Item Specifications
ColorBlack
WirelessYes
Heart RateNo
GPS EnabledNo
CadenceNo

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.1 x 1.5 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.2 ounces
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B000R6QR36
  • Item model number: CC-MC100W
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (124 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

Easy to install and very accurate.
Jack Tre
The instructions are easy to understand and installation was quick and effortless.
E. Lee
Now, I hope it lasts like I expect.
Devin Mcfadden

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

190 of 196 people found the following review helpful By Mike on June 3, 2005
Color Name: Black
The Micro Wireless is one of the newest additions to the Cay Eye Companies long line of trusted cyclocomputers. I had a hard time choosing between this and a more expensive model with heart rate and cadence.

I decided to go with this and purchased a separate wrist HR monitor for around 25 bucks. It saved a good deal of money and could be the solution to one of your concerns.

If you are looking for a basic model without wireless: I suggest checking out the "Enduro 8"; it is cheaper and has most of the basic features (without wireless and backlight).

With that said: I really like this model, it's smaller and has more features than the Enduro; wireless and back-light. It was easier to setup and quickly switches between bikes (with the purchase of a second mount/sensor kit.)

I broke the computer mount in a minor training collision and Cay Eye sent me a replacement mount for free. I suggest you "defiantly get a cat eye", especially at this price; they have great customer service and make an excellent wireless computer.
(I have used this product for six months.)
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By The Vinman on November 6, 2006
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I bought two units. One for my bike and one for my daughter's.

Installation couldn't have been easier. Ten minutes per bike and I was done.

After installation, all you have to do is input tire size and width and you're ready to go.

A good test to see how accurate these units are was taking a ride with my daughter being that we have two different size bikes. Ater reaching our destination, both units read exactly the same mileage. The unit is very unobtrusive on the handlebar and very easy to read. I won't go into all the features (you can read that in the item description), but I believe it has all I'll ever need.

We are both very happy with this product.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Nikon user. on March 8, 2007
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I have two "Wired" CatEye mirrors and they are great. The wirless one is even better. I had another brand that you couldn't read in bright sunshine, but the CatEye "wireless" can be read in any light (Yes, it even has a back-light for night).

The only reason I gave it four stars instead of five is that the operating/set-up instructions are poor.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Mashyna on August 19, 2006
Color Name: Black
Works well but the instructions are terrible. I'm sure there's much more that this unit can do but the "international" Ikea style manual leaves a lot to be desired. I'm still trying to figure out how to reset the odometer without resetting everything!
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Ken Vight on September 20, 2005
Color Name: Black
I purchased this speedometer a month ago and I am very pleased with it. I have biked over 200 miles and each ride it holds true to its readings with prior rides, very consistent. Highly recommended!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By erugifog on December 24, 2011
Color Name: Black
The Micro is a great bike computer in terms of most of its features, but it has a major problem with electrical interference, which throws off the recorded data. I'll address this more at the end of this review.

Getting everything hooked up is relatively easy. Basically, you just attach an included magnet to one of your front tire's spokes and then zip-tie a sensor to the front fork. The magnet must pass closely by the sensor when the tire spins in order to register the data the computer displays and records. You then zip-tie a mounting bracket to your handle bars and attach the computer to the bracket.

You need to do some setup of the computer before you'll be ready to use it. Most importantly, you'll need to tell the computer the circumference of your tires. If you know your tire size (which should be on the side of the tire) you can have the computer use preset data in its database to approximate the circumference. You can also measure the circumference yourself and input the exact measurement if you want to ensure greatest accuracy.

The instructions are fairly basic, and it's not entirely clear how to perform certain functions such as resetting the odometer after a battery change, which wipes out the odometer data. I found CatEye's website helpful for filling in the blanks left by the instruction manual. You can find it by Googling "CatEye Knowledgebase".

The computer can be configured to operate on two different bikes with different wheel circumferences, although using it for two bikes is not quite as simple as it sounds.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By K. McMahon on May 12, 2007
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
Of the many choices you have for a bicycle computer, give serious consideration to this model. It was a snap to install, is accurate, and provides all the basic information you'll want. The wireless feature is pretty cool, too, making the install very clean. The price is tough to beat, so unless you want cadence or heart rate functions, give this unit a look. I think you'll be happy you did.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jerry on March 17, 2007
Color Name: Black
This is the first bicycle computer I've purchased but CAT EYE provides a rosetta stone of guidance in no fewer then twelve languages and with their instructions I installed my computer in just a few minutes.

I use my bicycle daily to commute several miles to and from work as well as for recreation on the weekends and after several hundred miles my computer is still performing flawlessly.

My only complaint is that some careful button pressing technique is required to reset daily trip time and distance. Two buttons must be held for the reset but part of the same button sequence changes modes between bicycle one and bicycle two.

For the price I would happily order another computer for a second bike and forego this feature in favor of more intuitive display of ride-leg information or perhaps even an additional button to simplify reset.

The best designs promote intuitive operation but I'm happy with the product and with practice I'll master the technique.
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