CatEye Enduro CC-ED400 Bike Computer
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- Heavy Duty Fire
- Functions: Current / Average / Max Speed/Trip Distance/ Elapsed Time, /Calorie Consumption/ Odometer, Carbon Offset/ Clock
- Features: Pace Arrow, Zip Tie Bracket (Compatible with FlexTight Bracket)
- Larger Screen/ Auto start/stop/ Simple tire size setup
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|Item Dimensions||3 x 4.25 x 2 inches|
|Shipping Weight||1 pound|
Top Customer Reviews
Cateye was always one of those companies I turned to when I needed a bike computer but that has come to an end. Except I will probably pick up another older Enduro as a back up.
* Fairly easy to install. Attach a magnetic pickup on the front fork, and magnet on a spoke near the pickup, and the computer attachment pad on around the center of the handlebars.
* Can be adjusted for use with bikes of any size.
* Can be used with stationary bikes.
* Multiple functions such as odometer, trip distance, speed, average speed, calories burned, pace, and a few more.
* Automatic: Starts ride metrics when you start to ride, pauses for short breaks, and stops when a long break is detected. No need to press a button except to clear the last set of metrics.
* Great value for the price.
* Difficult to program: I made several efforts before I was able to program the tire size correctly. Two of the necessary buttons to use are recessed, so you have to use a pointing device (like a pin) to depress them, and they are on the back of the computer.
* Short wire: on my 29 inch bike the wire was just long enough to install the pickup device close to the inner edge of the wheel. Since the pickup must be with 5 cc of a magnet attached to a spoke, this could be a problem on some tall bikes.
* Poor mnemonics: The display uses mnemonics instead of abbreviations to indicate some of the outputs. Instead of "avg" for example for average miles per hour, it has "AV." Okay, that one I can try to remember. But what is "MX"? I'm sure I'll figure that out, but it could have been clearer.
* Poor documentation: It takes some guess work to figure out. In one place I needed to press the "set" button to set an entry. (I think this was for selecting units mph or kph.) The documentation did not say this. It wasn't real clear how to set the time.Read more ›
Overall, it was a good buy and I will enjoy knowing my pace and time while out riding. It adds a nice dimension when riding any bike. I wish someone would come up with an easy way to program these things. That is the only reason for not rating it 5 stars.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works perfectly. Bought it to replace an identical one that I smashed in an end-o.Published 2 days ago by Anthony R. Vassallo
Simple, basic functionality. Accurate, reliable and does the job. You may think you need a "wireless" cadence meter with temperature, altitude and all that fancy stuff,... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Peter T Bense
Great Product. Works exactly as described. Fairly easy installation, a novice can handle it.
Logs my miles and gives me accrue MPH reading verified by a GPS. Read more
I have 2 of these. One on my road bike and one on my cargo bike. They have worked for years with zero issues.Published 3 months ago by Justin
I still have it in the box, I wanted to use it on my mountain bike that is mounted on a blackburn trackstand, however the unit is not compatible for rear wheel setting, I tried... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Andrew
Quick delivery. Product just how they described. Extremely happy customer.Published 4 months ago by Matt Volkmer