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Cateye Strada Wireless
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Packed with functions but free from wires, the Strada Wireless epitomizes power and elegance.The Strada Wireless boasts the largest screen and numbers in its class. Thanks to the new CatEye ClickTec® interface, you can switch among seven modes by simply pressing the bottom of the computer face - easy to do, even on rough terrain. Your selected mode displays at the bottom of the screen, while your current speed appears at the top in huge, easy-to-read numerals. An up/down arrow tells you how your current speed compares to your average speed. The innovative Flex-Tight bracket mounts quickly, securely and tool-free to virtually any handlebar or stem. The new tool-free wheel sensor mounts effortlessly to most road and mountain forks. Strada Wireless: Ride fast, ride sleek, ride wireless.
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First, Cateye products are generally superb. This is no exception.
The people looking at this will fall into two camps- those who are after a replacement computer and those thinking- do I really need this? As to the second camp, the answer is a definitive yes. This is not a gimmick - if you intend to get semi serious about getting fit and enjoying your bike, you need to know how far you are going, the time taken and your average speed. In other words you need a cycle computer.
Now for both camps- this is a superb cycle computer and in fact is so popular it has become very common but for good reason. It is rock solid, and extremely accurate.
There are three parts to the computer. The first is a little magnet which attaches to the spokes of the wheel by means of a small hand turned screw. It fits both standard and flat spokes (I have it currently on my Fulcrum Racing 3 wheels).
You then have a sensor which is approximately 2 inches by 2 inches in size. This fits to the REAR of your fork. It has a rubber side which you place against your fork at the same height as the magnet on the spokes, so that when the wheel goes around the magnet passes by the sensor and records a revolution in the wheel.The sensor is affixed by means of some cable ties. If there is a fault, it is that you only get two cable ties (?- they cost nothing!). Luckily if you need more, you can get them from Amazon (you need 2.5mm width by 200mm long standard cable ties).
Next is the computer bit.Read more ›
Pound for pound, functionally this is probably the best cycle computer on the market.
However I give it only 4 stars because this is the third one I have bought having lost the previous two of the *#$*? things because of an inadequate catch on the handlebar docking bay. After numerous inserts and removals the tiny plastic catch which holds it in place wears and eventually a jolt from riding over rough ground or potholes causes the computer to free itself and disappear.
This is the cutest, and best computer I have used (and there have been many) it is small, but the speed display is large and clear, the "button free" design is easy to use and the mounting kit is easy to install (you need cable cutters or good scissors, but that is it! and it appears largely interference free (despite carrying a mobile with bluetooth headset and using it, which would flood my previous one and stop it working while i talked). So apparently robust, easy to fit, works well clear and precise (to 0.1 mph) does anyone want more for the price!
Wiggle were good delivery BTW
I am a halford's bicycle mechanic I have experience setting up many, many different cycle computers. DO NOT BUY if you expect it to work 12 months down the line. I know electronics don't last years but these were £50 each at the time! And I've taken good care of them (up until taking a hammer to the first one for wasting two hours of my life Cateye cannot give me back). Suddenly wishing I bought £5 computers, would probably get just as much out of them.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Cheap, bad quality and NO Customer Service.
It was working all fine for the past 7 months, then all of sudden, when it is wet, it would give any readings or very... Read more
Good but not enough detecting range if I use it on a bike trainerPublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Would have been a great product! But, the computer bit is too easy to detach while riding as it pops out forwards out of its holder. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Theenglishguy