This triple wireless computer features altitude, speed, heart rate, cadence and temperature. Using the included wrist strap, you can even venture off the bike and record data. A large display and easy to navigate menu makes this computer essential for your next journey into the hills whether on the bike or on foot.
Auto start/stop, auto conversion between MPH & KMH, large display with easy to read icons, 7 available languages, integrated storage chip for data backup, low battery indicator (computer head & transmitters), 2 adjustable wheel sizes, automatic recognition of bike 2, backlight, current temperature, compatible with wired speed harness (sold separately), weatherproof, PC compatible.
Heart rate and altitude functions (includes heart rate strap):
Current heart rate, average heart rate, maximum heart rate, calorie counter, current altitude, day's climb/descent (programmable), day's maximum altitude, total altitude.
I purchased this unit about two years ago. The basic speed and distance functions work, but not any better than a $20 computer. At first I could not get the cadence pickup to work reliably, but after a web search I learned how to set the sensor in exactly the right place. The heart rate strap works well enough if you put some water on the contacts, but often quits on fast downhills. The altimeter has been a big disappointment. Above 7000 feet, it often goes nuts and the readings start oscillating wildly. Wind makes it crazy. I put a band aid over the pressure port, which helped a little. But basically its totally unreliable for the rides I do here on the Colorado front range. Yesterday I did a ride that I know has between 4500 and 5500 feet of climbing, and when I got home the computer said the total elevation gain had been 20,000 feet. I used to have a cheap CicloSport computer with an altimeter that actually worked right, so there's no excuse for this unit not working properly.
Pros: wireless, lots of features
Cons: finicky cadence, useless altimeter