- VDO X1DW CAD (Digital Wireless) Cycle Computer
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VDO X1DW CAD (Digital Wireless) Cycle Computer
The Series-X comes with digitally encoded wireless transmission, which is based on established industry modules. This model comes with a cadence feature.
Top Features of the VDO X1DW CAD (Digital Wireless) Cycle Computer
- Current speed
- Trip distance
- Total kilometres bike 1 / bike 2 / totals
- Ride time
- Average speed
- Maximum speed
- Time Trial Timer
- Timer 1 & 2
- Digital wireless cadence add-on including transmitter, cadence magnet and 3V battery
- Digital wireless
- Easy menu control
- Water resistant
- 5 year warranty
- EMC menu operation system
- FULL TEXT with 7 languages D, GB, F, I, E, NL, PL
- Sleep mode (switches off display)
- Variable service intervals for BIKE 1 and BIKE 2
- Can be used for 2 bikes
- Wheel sizes can be set using tyre size or manually in mm
Also new is the automatic transmitter recognition. It notices when the computer is being used on bike 1 or bike 2.
Besides stopwatch, countdown, timer 1, timer 2, timer 1+2, the Series-X features a time trial timer and a lap timer.
On the time trial timer the time trial distance is entered. After the start the timer works out the expected time required and shows the distance still to be cycled. The data is updated every 3 seconds.
The lap timer saves the time, the distance cycled and the average for 30 laps. The laps can either be started manually or automatically after reaching a defined distance.
Wireless: digital, encoded wireless transmission "Digital Wireless" DW, Double Wireless for speed and cadence (option), Automatic pairing, Sleep mode (switches off display / receiver) and Bike recognition for bike 1 / bike 2 via transmitter identifier.
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 VDO brand
VDO’s passion for innovation and technological advancements make their computers the market leaders in function, design and reliability.
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However, since a wireless cadence sensor and speed sensor are large, when both are attached, appearance worsens.
Another customer asked the same question a year ago and their answer was that it didn't have the sensor. So does it or doesn't it have the sensor included.
The cheaper model says that Cadence is an add on.
The description for this model implies that cadence is included. If it isn't why is this model 15 pounds more?
I know this has been asked already but I'm very confused by the description/name and the comparison with the cheaper model.
Is this not exactly the same product but with cadence? I can't see why this one won't work on a turbo but the cheaper model will?
Apologies if this is a silly question!
I have just received my VDO X1DW computer but can't find anywhere in the setup instructions info to put 29" x 2.2 wheel size in. Have I missed something or is this computer not compatable with 29" Wheels?
Also does the X3DW CAD have the necessary sensors and what is the difference between the X1DW and X3DW?
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