CatEye Strada Wireless Bicycle Computer (Black) CC-RD300W

May 22, 2015 - Comment

Packed with functions but free from wires, the Strada Wireless epitomizes power and elegance. Thanks to the new Cat Eye ClickTec interface, you can switch among seven modes by simply pressing the bottom of the computerSleek, lightweight, and elegant, the slim Strada wireless bicycle computer tells you everything you need to know about the ride

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Packed with functions but free from wires, the Strada Wireless epitomizes power and elegance. Thanks to the new Cat Eye ClickTec interface, you can switch among seven modes by simply pressing the bottom of the computerSleek, lightweight, and elegant, the slim Strada wireless bicycle computer tells you everything you need to know about the ride ahead. The Strada displays such data as current speed, maximum speed (up to 65 miles per hour), average speed, trip distance, second-trip distance, total distance, elapsed time, and 12/24-hour time. As a result, you can easily assess your cycling workout and use the info to determine future workouts. The Strada is also a breeze to use, with an easy-to-program ClickTec touchscreen interface. Simply press the screen in the appropriate spot and the screen will act as the button itself, thereby maximizing display space and creating a sleek appearance. Your selected mode will display at the bottom of the screen, while your current speed will appear at the top in large, easy-to-read numerals. The display also offers an up/down arrow that tells how your current speed compares to your average speed.

The Strada also comes with a built-in digital wireless system that communicates seamlessly with the tool-free wheel sensor. And thanks to the universal tool-free FlexTight bracket, the Strada mounts quickly and securely to virtually any handlebar or stem. Other features include a programmable odometer, an integrated clock, an auto start/stop function, an auto power-saving mode, a pace arrow, support for two wheel sizes, and a programmable speed unit.

Specifications: Fits 22 to 31.8mm handlebars or stems Batteries: CR2032 x 2 (1 each for head unit and sensor) Fits 11 to 55mm fork Front fork speed sensor Transmission distance of up to 27 inches (70 cm)

About CatEye
Founded in 1946 in Osaka, Japan, CatEye is the world’s leading manufacturer of cycle computers, lights, and reflectors. In 1964, CatEye was the first company in the industry to create a flashing lamp for bicycles, followed by the first battery headlamp in 1982 and the first bicycle headlamp using white LEDs in 2001. The company also manufacturers Opticube LED lenses and reflectors–known for their high brightness and efficiency–along with the LD500, the only rear safety light that meets the rigorous CPSC standards for reflectivity.

Product Features

  • Slim wireless bicycle computer with easy-to-program ClickTec touchscreen interface and wheel sensor
  • Displays current speed, maximum speed, average speed, trip distance, and more
  • Large digital display with easy to read numbers and one-touch functionality
  • Easy tool free mounting of computer and sensor; computer fits virtually all handlebar stems; sensor compatible with road and MTB forks
  • Runs on two CR2032 batteries; two-year limited warranty

Comments

C. Jewell says:

Accurate and stylish I’ve ridden close to 400 miles since I purchased this Cateye cycle computer and been quite pleased with it, but I didn’t want to submit a review until I had a chance to measure the computer’s accuracy. On my previous bike, I used a Trek cycle computer (wired). The distance measurement the two computers gave for my home to office commute were slightly off. I didn’t know which one to believe. So the other day I rode along the Mt. Vernon trail, and when I passed mile marker 17, I checked the Cateye’s odometer. When I passed mile marker 18, the odometer was accurate to the hundredth decimal place. I was very impressed. 

M. Morency says:

Very Accurate, Very Easy I am new to cycling over the last year and I needed to get a cycle computer to track speed and distance on longer training rides. After much research I settled on this device. For purposes of this review I ride a 2008 Specialized Allez Elite. 

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