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This being said, it could be easy to mistakenly think the computer is attached before it is actually locked into position. The Strada has similar features to the Planet Bike Protege 9.
Speed is the largest, and we mostly kept the other on time. Another benefit is the wireless communication to the computer. On a snowy ride, the sensors kept synced with quite a bit of sludge build up, and we never had issues with rain or snow on the computer.
Wrong Color I love this product but I thought I was getting a black one like stated but they sent a white one instead.
CatEye Strada Wireless Bicycle Computer (Black) CC-RD300W
It takes a little while to figure out what each of the three buttons controls, even with directions, and we ed300w to start over 4 different times. The reliability, durability, and two distance options makes it a nice option for bike touring as well. I love the larger display that is easy to read while riding, as well as it’s options, especially being wireless!
Opening and installing rd300d Cateye Strada is pretty straightforward.
We’ve got you covered. Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag. There are 8 parts overall, including zip ties, which are provided.
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You may also like. Ease of Use The Cateye Strada is a basic computer that functions nicely. The computer must be reset in order to set speed units, tire circumference, and the clock.
Not a pain, but not optimal.
Everything is pretty intuitive, so we were able to get things where they needed to go without too much direction. Reasonably easy to set up once I downloaded the instructions. It is also nice having a ‘Distance 1’ and ‘Distance 2’ function. You can only see two sets of information at one time on this computer. Some other reviews complained of the computer popping off of its mount, but we found that it was very securely attached and required a decent amount of effort to unclip.
The screen size is smaller rdd300w the Sigma BC STS Wireless bicycle speedometer, but we found the numbers are just as readable, and both computers display two modes at the same time. Attachment Method Opening and installing the Cateye Strada is pretty straightforward. This made it easy to navigate on the ride in general, but especially while wearing winter gloves.
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Size is small, so it stays out of the way on the bike, and you won’t notice it in your pocket if you stop for a break. Skip to main content. Product works great and is way better than the phone app I was using. One of the simplest computers I have used regarding installation and usage when riding. CatEye Plastic Bicycle Pedals. Heiroglyphics aren’t my strong suit. A durable, reliable, and easy to use wireless bike computer, the Cateye Strada records eight different modes while maintaining a slim profile and great functionality.
With the whole computer functioning as the ‘button,’ precisely hitting a specific area to navigate modes becomes a non-issue.
The whole process takes about a half hour from opening to ready-to-ride. Garmin Bike Speed and Cadence Sensor Cadence function is especially useful on a trainer. Ratings and Reviews Write a review.
I didn’t care enough to try and rectify it. A spin of the wheel showed that the sensor was working and we were ready to ride. The Strada incorporates Cateye’s ClickTec feature, which allows switching through modes by depressing a button located on the back of the computer.