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CatEye Strada Wireless Bicycle Computer (Black) CC-RD300W
|Price:||$42.75 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Sleek, lightweight 8-function wireless bicycle computer with universal handlebar and sensor mounts
- Displays speed, max speed, average speed, trip distance, 2nd trip distance, total distance, elapsed time, clock
- Pressing bottom of screen toggles through modes for easy use on rough terrain
- Up/down arrow compares current speed to average speed
- Two CR2032 batteries included
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|Are Batteries Required||Yes|
|Item Dimensions||0.63 x 1.22 x 1.85 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.05 pounds|
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|Shipping Weight||0.22 pounds|
The Strada also comes with a built-in digital wireless system that communicates seamlessly with the tool-free wheel sensor. And thanks to the universal tool-free FlexTight bracket, the Strada mounts quickly and securely to virtually any handlebar or stem. Other features include a programmable odometer, an integrated clock, an auto start/stop function, an auto power-saving mode, a pace arrow, support for two wheel sizes, and a programmable speed unit.
- Fits 22 to 31.8mm handlebars or stems
- Batteries: CR2032 x 2 (1 each for head unit and sensor)
- Fits 11 to 55mm fork
- Front fork speed sensor
- Transmission distance of up to 27 inches (70 cm)
Founded in 1946 in Osaka, Japan, CatEye is the world's leading manufacturer of cycle computers, lights, and reflectors. In 1964, CatEye was the first company in the industry to create a flashing lamp for bicycles, followed by the first battery headlamp in 1982 and the first bicycle headlamp using white LEDs in 2001. The company also manufacturers Opticube LED lenses and reflectors--known for their high brightness and efficiency--along with the LD500, the only rear safety light that meets the rigorous CPSC standards for reflectivity.
Top Customer Reviews
- Size, style and installation (looks great mounted to the stem)
- ClickTec ease of use (with the Trek I had to fumble with buttons along the top and bottom)
- No ugly wires
- Requires 2 batteries
- One time I hit a big bump and the angle of the wheel sensor changed enough so that the magnet and it began to hit each other
2/2/08 UPDATE: The tab on the bracket broke off when I popped the Strada out. I blame the winter cold stressing the plastic. I reported the breakage to Cateye, and then sent me a full parts kit (for mounting a sensor and bracket on a second bike) free of charge. Excellent customer service.
Very easy. The magnet attaches to a spoke on the front tire by simply twisting a tightening screw. It has not moved in over 200 miles of riding. The sensor for the magnet attaches to the front fork using included zip ties. I have vibration dampening inserts in the area where I needed to attach it and still had no problem doing so. It was very easy to position the sensor within the required distance of the passing magnet. I have never needed to adjust its position. The receiver / display unit attached to the stem easily
I read through the instructions once, followed along doing what it told me, and after the third time it was intuitive and straight forward. Yes, it is a bit different, but not difficult by any means.
If you have the correct tire size set, this device is DEAD ON down to the hundreth of a mile on 30+ mile rides. I mapped a ride this weekend that was 31.45 according to GMAP Pedometer. My cue sheet was 100% accurate for the entire ride, and my final mileage was 31.46 (a difference of 0.01 miles.) TIP: Sit on the bike with the rear tire's valve stem at the lowest point and make a mark on the ground with chalk. Roll forward in a straight line with your weight on the bike until the valve stem finishes one full rotation and is again at the lowest point, marking this spot on the pavement with chalk. Measure the distance between the two spots in milimeters and this is the number you should have entered into the device.Read more ›
The installation is in minutes, no tools you'll need, only common sense and the instruction sheet.
The batteries are very easy to find them and cheap to.
It comes with all the features you need in a ride.
Don't waste your time looking for an other cyclocomputer, this is a very good choice.
Installing the devise was easy, the directions are easy to follow and understand and actual setup was a snap. The only thing I was concerned about was the size, it is quite small after looking at the larger images of the thing then taking it out of the box was a shocker.
In use, it is a great design and very easy to use, you can actually use the entire computer with one finger. When the computer is in the bracket, simply pushing down on the bottom section of the computer cycles through the menu's. I like the fact that the current speed is the bigger display no matter what sub menu your on, making it easy to read and understand. Sub menu's include: Time, Time of ride, Distance Ridden, Distance2(Dual Distance), Average Speed, Max Speed, Odo. The one feature it doesnt have which might have been nice is cadence but Im not a roadie so it is kinda minor.
Another nice aspect is the fact that it is water proof, important because last summer I got caught in pouring rain 3 or 4 times, I also landed in puddles of water and mud a couple of times as well :-) The computer fits in the cradle very securely so there is almost no chance of it falling off the bike in a spill, (tried and tested).
I highly recommend this computer if your looking for a computer that is easy to use
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This has been on my wife's Mt. Bike for well over a year and still works great. She likes the large display and easy scrolling of the various displays.Published 12 hours ago by Trixxer13
Works great, this was my first computer I've ever used and of course i have already went OTB and damaged the screen but it survived! Read morePublished 3 days ago by Wes
Have used this for awhile now. It's a simple bike computer that works well. It doesn't have anything more than basic features. Read morePublished 6 days ago by John Unterholzner
Worked great for a couple of longer rides. After 2 weeks the connectivity became spotty and the signal drops out constantlyPublished 17 days ago by Jacob Meicher
Great little computer-- easy to set up and program, and it works well. You can set it up for miles or kilometers. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Raj