CatEye Micro Wireless CC-MC200W Bike Computer

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CatEye Micro Wireless Bike Computer - CC-MC200W Features.

CatEye Micro Wireless Bike Computer.
The CatEye Micro Wireless Bike Computer is a novel way to keep track of your activity while you are out on your bike. Equipped with a stopwatch, this product can be used to record the time you take to cover target distances. It runs on a lithium battery that offers a lifespan approximately equal to 6250 miles of distance. Weighing just under 0.25 lbs., this computer is extremely lightweight, fitting in effortlessly onto your bike. A sleep mode is available for you to conserve power, so that the battery lasts longer. Biking at night poses no problems because this device comes with a backlight. You can switch between manual and automatic start/stop to suit your needs. Mount it easily on to the handle or stem of your bike using the FlexTight bracket. Go ahead and buy the CatEye Micro Wireless Bike Computer to calculate your traveling time!

Key Features.

Fit:

  • Transmitter clamp is designed to fit suspension (and rigid) fork legs

Size and Dimensions:

  • Dimension - 53.5X36.0X17.5mm

Sizing:

  • 9 functions and 9 features, including a backlight, dual tire size recognition and stop watch mode to track your commuting time or a training ride.

Features:

  • - Trip Distance (Trip 1 and 2)
  • Wireless transmission distance up to 70cm - 27inches
  • - Current, Maximum, and Average Speed
  • - Auto or manual start/stop by ClickTec Plus
  • - Customizable Display
  • Odometer manual set
  • Auto power saving
  • - Manual stopwatch (in auto mode)
  • - Analog Wireless System
  • Total distance (Odometer)
  • - SPD sensor (CR2032 x 1)
  • All of this, in a simple, slim design that mounts to the stem or handlebar with the easy to use FlexTight bracket.
  • Front fork speed sensor
  • - Universal Bracket and Sensor Mount
  • - Odometer
  • - Backlight
  • Weight- 26 grams
  • Sleep mode
  • - Elapsed Time
  • Pace arrow
  • - Clock
  • Customize your display. CatEye's New Micro Wireless allows you to select the functions you want on your display, so what matters to you most remains in full view.
Campmor
The CatEye Micro Wireless Bike Computer allows you to customize your display. You can select the functions you want on your display, so what matters to you most remains in full view. This bike computer has 9 functions and 10 features, including a backlight, dual tire size recognition and stop watch mode to track your commuting time or a training ride. All of this is packed into a simple, slim design that mounts to the stem or handlebar with the easy to use FlexTight bracket.

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The Micro has 10 functions and 12 features, including LED backlight, manual odometer re-set, and a bracket that will mount on both stem and handlebar.

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Battery - Computer:CR2032 x1, Sensor
Battery life - Computer:approx 1 year (1hr use per day, without using backlight) Sensor
Fork mount size:11 - 50mm
Handlebar mount size:22 - 32mm

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CatEye Micro Wireless CC-MC200W Bike Computer Review:

Reviews:

Cateye can do better than this

I have been very unhappy with this product. It was expensive and hard to set up. The buttons to reset it are hard to use. Also, for some odd reason it stops working at night. If you shine a light on the sensor then it works. Because this makes no sense it took me forever to figure this out.
Avid bike rider at Campmor on 08/08/2013