- Cateye Strada Double Wireless Cycle Computer
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This Cateye Strada Double Wireless Cycle Computer is no longer available although you may find similar or newer versions below:
The ultra popular Strada Wireless is now available with an extra 9th function - Cadence.
Top Features of the Cateye Strada Double Wireless Cycle Computer
- Current speed
- Maximum speed
- Average speed
- Trip distance
- Trip distance 2
- Elapsed time
- Digital wireless system (ID coded)
- ISCTec™ sensor combines speed & cadence in one unit
- ClickTec™ button interface
- Programmable odometer
- Auto start/stop
- Auto power-saving mode
- Pace arrow
- Dual wheel size
- Programmable speed unit
- FlexTight™ universal bracket
- Fits almost any handlebar or stem: 22-31.8mm
- Fits almost any fork: 15-55mm
- Battery: CR2032 x 2 (1 each for head unit and sensor)
- Rear wheel mounted speed and cadence sensor
- Transmission distance up to 40inches - 100cm
With high-brow digital technology jammed into the sleek compact head unit, the cadence unit fits neatly to the frame to provide that vital pedal rev info.
With the new Strada Double Wireless you will be up and rolling in no time. The easy to program Strada interface is paired with the clean ClickTec™ design. Innovative ISCTec™ sensor combines speed and cadence into a single unit that mounts quickly to virtually any chainstay.
The FlexTight™ bracket makes for quick tool-free installation on any size handlebar or stem. More than 30 ID codes will prevent cross talk interference.
About Cycle Computers
Cycle computers help you make the most of your time on the bike and are a great training tool, they have many functions including speed, distance, maximum speed, average speed and some even feature cadence (pedal revolutions). Trying to keep your average speed a bit higher or finish a familiar route in a new record time will give you the inspiration needed to push harder, get fitter and achieve that goal. If you commute on the same route every day, a computer injects a bit of interest. Cordless computers are easier to fit and look neater on the bike, meaning no messy cables to try and tidy up. If you're serious about improving your fitness, a computer with a cadence function will really help and these often read from the rear wheel, allowing them to be used with a turbo trainer.
About the Cateye brand
Cateye is the leading manufacturer of cycle computers, bike lights and reflectors. In 1964, Cateye became the first company to create a flashing lamp for bicycles. Cateye invented the first battery headlamp in 1982, and the very first bicycle headlamp using white LEDs in 2001. Cat Eye is a true leader in lens and reflector technology; Cateye's Opticube lens and reflectors allow them to make one of the brightest and most efficient LED headlights in the world.
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The sensor and magnets, however, are mounted with tie wraps.
On my bike if you look down on the chainstay. It goes back parrallel then kicks out towards the skewer. The bend is right on the limit for fitting the unit for me. It's compounded by the fact I have aero wheels so the spokes stop further from the tyre than a regular wheel. It was also a bit of grief to get the cadence magent to line up.
I can't comment on the questioners bike specifically but because the transmitter is quite large it could be an issue.
The only down side is that average cadence is not recorded.
BTW, the unit also suffers from interference from flashing front lights. (That fact is hidden in the fitting instructions) It will stop taking readings for a while then start again - intermittently. Turn the light to permanent beam and the interference stops.
There is no back light which is also a drawback. If I'd known these things, I would have chosen another computer - with a larger display, less prone to interference and with a back-light. In fact just like the V3.
Will the head unit fit on the bayonet stem as it quite chunky!
I've got a quintana roo and the stays are very very close to any wheel, so it's hard to find a proper position for the sensor.
For the computer mount, I think you'll have to use tie wraps around your stem. The mount has holes for them, so no problem on this!
You cannot switch from one to the other during a ride
However, I have never experienced interference while using this computer for some years. I would prefer a separate sensor for speed and cadence to make it easier to fit but this is a very good value system regardless of that.
Please read a description well
cadence and speed sensor are in same unit, so it needs to be mounted on the chainstay.
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