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Packed with functions but free from wires, the Strada Wireless epitomizes power and elegance.
Top Features of the Cateye Strada Wireless Cycle Computer
- Current speed
- Maximum speed
- Average speed
- Trip distance
- Trip distance 2
- Elapsed time
- Slim design
- Universal FlexTight™ bracket
- New universal speed sensor
- Programmable odometer
- Auto start/stop
- Pace arrow
- Dual tire size
- Auto power-saving mode
- ClickTec™ user-friendly interface
- FlexTight™ universal mounting bracket
- Fits almost any handlebar or stem: 22-31.8mm
- Fits almost any fork: 11-55mm
- Batteries: CR2032 x 2 (1 each for head unit and sensor)
- Front fork speed sensor
- Transmission distance up to 70cm - 27 inches
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 FlexTight™ 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.
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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Magazine reviews for Cateye Strada Wireless Cycle Computer
Review from Cycling Plus
We already rate the little Strada with wires, but for an extra £15 you can have a wireless unit that is more or less exactly the same diminuitive size - 45x30x12mm. It doesn't have any buttons as such: to operate it and take the easy-to-read dual-line display through the modes you simply press the body of the computer towards the base. Its operation is that simple. If you know your wheel size, you don't have to read the instructions, it's that easy to install.
Aside from its simplicity, one of the best things about it is the fact that high powered LED and HID lights did not affect it, it carried on working well no matter how much we tried to interfere with it.
Small but perfectly formed function-packed wireless wonderfulness.
Review from MBUK
Simply put, the Strada is everything that the general rider could seriously want from a wireless computer, wrapped up in an innovative and unobtrusive package. Tick off the mainstay functions and add in a programmable odometer, auto start/stop, auto power saving mode, pace arrow, and dual wheel size settings - so you can easily swap between bikes - and you've got everything that most riders could realistically ask for a 4.5 x 3 x 1.2cm wireless package. It's also simple to use and set up. Rather than having fiddly buttons, almost the entire screen is one single button that requires little precision - just push an cycle through the computer's functions in sequence. The sensor/transmitter itself is similarly compact, and impressively impervious to interference from other transmitters.
For minimalist, real world, real rider performance, the Strada Wireless can't be beaten
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I think you'd have to riding something highly unusual for this to be a problem
placing on the rear forks is probably pushing it.
To be more accurate, or to get a figure for a different size tyre, just measure the length of exactly one rotation on the floor and you have the measurement you need to input.
If you put it on the rear fork it might be too far for the computer to read it...it might go at a longer distance but I've never tried.
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