- Knog N.E.R.D. 12 Function Wireless Cycle Computer
Knog N.E.R.D. 12 Function Wireless Cycle Computer
Top Features of the Knog N.E.R.D. 12 Function Wireless Cycle Computer
No Tools, No Wires, No Interference
- Functions available:
- Multi-bike selection (accumulated speed and distance data for 2 bikes can be stored)
- Current speed
- 12/24 hour clock
- Trip distance
- Average speed
- Max speed
- Relative speed
- Distance per day
- Total riding time
- Low battery indicator
- Display backlight
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 Knog brand
Knog manufactures a distinctive range of cycle lights, cycle and urban luggage, backpacks, panniers, cycling gloves and cycle computers. The Brand Knog and all the designs originate from Melbourne, Australia and have been established since 2003.
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Magazine reviews for Knog N.E.R.D. 12 Function Wireless Cycle Computer
Review from Triathlon Plus
We're loving Knog's new stuff at the moment, and this super-simple-to-setup computer is no exception.
The head unit and sensor block both use their trademark surgical-grade silicon casing, with stretchy tail hooking back on to the body to secure them to the fork and bar.
Screw on the wheel magnet (which even fits flat or fat spokes), type in the measured wheel circumference and you're good to go.
The head unit can be oriented to work on bars or stem, and you can scroll through the functions manually by pressing the whole unit (great if you have cold, numb hands or thick gloves) or let it auto scroll.
The big, easily visible numbers even roll up and over when they change and there's a backlight that comes in handy for after-hours sessions.
Not the cheapest 12-function cordless computer, but simple to set up and use
Review from road.cc
Knog are undoubtedly an innovative brand with some fantastic ideas and some equally curious monikers. However for all the N.E.R.D's many charms, more traditional wireless computers have the edge if value for money is your highest priority.
The brand have continued the theme of its lighting range and applied it to computers. Available in a choice of four colours (red, white, blue and black) both head unit and fork sensor are cloaked in medical silicone, which not only makes for an extremely manipulative and secure means of attachment but also provides excellent weather-proofing. It took me eight minutes to install and calibrate the unit for two bikes; such is the intelligence of the design. The only tool required was a Philips screwdriver for the spoke magnet - so remember to take both head and sensor with you when locking in the street.
It won't make the tea but there are the usual functions and a few that might pleasantly surprise. There's current, average and maximum speed, a choice of 12/24hr clock, trip and day distance, total riding time, odometer, low battery indicator, backlight and scanning where all the modes rotate on a loop. Relative speed is basically a posh pacer arrow in the form of a bar graph allowing comparison between present output and average speed. Fun, if a little Geeky and something to bore the rest of the ride group with at rest stops.
Substantial size and crystal clear display coupled with the backlight means it's a doddle to read which is great news for anyone but particularly time trailists and triathletes using tri bars. Despite using other brands spoke magnets and testing in close proximity to both electricity substations and phase one nuclear power stations, readouts proved consistently accurate. This leads me to conclude the silicone helps block radio interference that drove early wireless models haywire.
Great design and a delight to use but pricey
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