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Cat Eye Urban Wireless Computer
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- 9 functions -Current, average & maximum speed - Trip distance - Odometer - Elapsed time - Clock - Calorie consumption - Carbon offset
- 6 features- Simple 1 tire size - FlexTight universal bracket - Average speed pacer - Auto start/stop - Auto power-saving mode - Sleep mode Features
- Handlebar or Stem size(mm) 22-32
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|Are Batteries Required||No|
|Item Dimensions||2 x 4 x 5 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.22 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.1 pounds|
Sure, touch-screens and GPS navigation are both pretty sweet, but you know what travels with us everywhere and can do the exact same thing? About 90% of our phones. And while you're spending $100 a month in service fees, it's hard to justify shelling out another $500 on a swanky cycling computer that primarily being used for commuting. This is where the CatEye Urban Wireless Computer comes in. CatEye approached the Urban Wireless' design with one idea in mind -- simplicity. We'll get it out of the way now, this isn't a race day computer. Instead, the Urban is meant to bring more depth, fun, and knowledge to your daily commute. And along these lines, CatEye included a couple of special features like your calorie consumption and carbon offset. So, you not only have a simplified access to metrics like current speed, maximum speed, average speed, two trip distances, elapsed time, and your total distance, but you're also able to view the positive impact that cycling has on both your body and the environment.Another couple of key features are the Urban's minimal size and weight. The CPU measures out to 55.5 x 35 x 18.5mm, and it only weighs around 28 grams. Additionally, the CPU setup is a simple affair, as is its mounting setup. In fact, CatEye includes its tool-free FlexTight bracket that mounts to either your stem or bars. The sensor itself mounts to your fork blade, and, of course, transmits its signal wirelessly to the CPU. The CatEye Urban Wireless Computer is available in the colors Black and White and in one size. Each computer includes a CR2032 battery, FlexTight mounting bracket, and a fork-mounted sensor.
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Installation was a breeze, literally took me about 10 minutes total to read and install. Do be careful that all of the distances are properly measured out. The distance between the magnet and the sensor CANNOT be more than 5 mm or else the sensor won't pick up the readings properly. You may need to tilt the sensor into the wheel spokes a bit to close up the distance. As I said, I installed it on the front fork of my Roam 0 and I had not issues with installation/sensor placements.
The distances calculated and speeds calculated are pretty accurate. I have checked the speed rating with a police radar (my friend's a cop) and the computer reading the police radar reading were in good agreement. The distance is also accurate to within the half mile. I mapped out the distance from my house to the local high school on my car and then compared that distance with the distance I had on this computer, and its pretty accurate (to the first decimal place). I can't really be sure if the calorie/other calculations are accurate, but I presume that they are since all of the other readings are pretty good.
Hardest part about the installation... finding the direction in English... the instructions come in like 40 languages and the print is REALLY small. But they have nice large pictures to show how to install, so shouldn't be a big of an issue.
The numbers are big and you can read all of them while bicycling, provided that your vision isn't too bad. I wear glasses, usually when I go on long bike rides, I wear sunglasses instead of my prescription glasses, and even with my rather poor eyesight, I can still make out all of the numbers. So surprisingly big! The computer was really small! Much smaller than I expected but it makes for easy removal in case you lock up your bike after commuting.
The installation is a little bit tricky, you have to be very mindful of the placement of the sensor/computer but apart from that, I can't complain too much about this product. It's pretty solid for the price!