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Cateye Ciclocomputadora Strada Double Wireless Sin Cable Cc-rd400dw Negro

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  • Cadencia. Velocidad actual. Velocidad máxima. Velocidad media
  • odómetro. Distancia de viaje. Distancia de viaje 2. Tiempo transcurrido, reloj
  • Sistema inalámbrico digital (ID) codificado. isctectm Sensor combina velocidad y cadencia en una sola unidad
  • ClickTecTM botón Interfaz. odómetro programable. Auto Start/Stop
  • Se adapta a casi cualquier manillar o potencia: 22 - 31,8 mm

Descripción del producto

Preparados. Listos. Ya. Sal y pedalea. Con el nuevo Strada doble sin hilos pedalearás sin límites.  La fácil programación del Strada esta emparejado al limpio diseño ClickTec™.  El innovador sensor ISCTec™ combina velocidad y cadencia dentro de una unidad que se instala rápidamente en prácticamente cualquier bicicleta. La abrazadera FlexTight™, permite instalar sin herramientas, en cualquier manillar o potencia de forma rápida.  32 códigos evitarán interferencias. Cateye, tú motivación, nuestra motivación. Funciones - Cadencia - Velocidad actual - Velocidad media - Velocidad máxima - Distancia total (odometro) - Distancia parcial 1 - Distancia parcial 2 - Tiempo parcial - Reloj 12/24 h El Strada Double Wireless está también disponible en blanco como edición limitada. Características: - Sistema sin cable digital (ID code) - Sensor de tecnología ISCTec™combina velocidad y cadencia en una sola unidad - Interfaz con botón ClickTec™ - Odometro programable - Encendido y apagado autómatico - Modo ahorro autómatico - Flecha de ritmo - Doble tamaño de rueda - En km o millas - Soporte universal de fijación FlexTight™ Específica - Conviene a casi todos los tipos de manillar y potencia: 22-31,8 mm - Conviene a todos los tipos de horquilla: 15-55 mm -


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Información sobre el producto
Colorn/a
Tamaño9 Function
Altura4 pulgadas
Longitud6 pulgadas
Peso905 gramos
Anchura4 pulgadas
Incluye bateríasNo
MarcaCat Eye

Detalles del producto

  • Dimensiones del producto: 12,7 x 8,9 x 3,8 cm ; 100 g
  • Número de modelo del producto: CC-RD400DW
  • ASIN: B002HHQNL4
  • Producto en Amazon.es desde: 17 de abril de 2013

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Amazon.com: 3.8 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 195 opiniones
5 de 5 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Wired or wireless? 31 de mayo de 2015
Por Sepp Gabelberger - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This was my first wireless bike computer so this review will focus mostly on that feature. Bought this computer 3 1/2 years ago after my old wired VDO died after 20 (!) years. I've had more trouble with this computer in 3 1/2 years than with the VDO in 20 years. I have a Specialized Tarmac carbon bike with very thick chainstays, so the only way to make the combined sensor work is to have the speed sensor pointing up. That was ultimately what killed the setup - the sensor got caught in the spokes, came off, never to be found... and a new combo sensor costs almost as much as I originally paid for the computer with sensor...
The sensor needed a new battery about 1x/year at approx. 1500mls/year. I found that a bit excessive especially since it's very hard to get the battery door open & re-syncing was a pain afterwards.
Otherwise, the computer was fine with minor niggles (small lower display, and you can't make cadence your main display - if I only had one display, I'd choose cadence. It informs your ride whereas speed is more or less entertainment. Unless you're going way fast in a school zone ;-) ).
So, long story short, I'm replacing it with the wired version of functionally same model:
http://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B000R6QR2C/ref=crt_ewc_title_dp_2?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER
Downside is a bit more setup, and for purists the wires detracting from the perfect beauty of their bikes (sarcasm), but functionally I think wired is still the way to go. I also looked at comparable Sigma units but it seems they are less reliable.
7 de 7 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Disappinting utility 27 de mayo de 2012
Por G. BILHARTZ - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I've owned about six Cateye cyclecomputers dating back to the early 1990's and currently ride about 4-5,000 mi/year. I've been very happy with the previous Cateye products, or I wouldn't have kept coming back to them, but this is easily the most disappointing. I'll give them credit, the double wireless system works great: it's easy to install, it's been reliable, and it's been accurate, but it's positive attributes pretty much end there. It is much harder to use on the road than any of the others I've had. Let me count the faults (compared primarily with the Cateye V2c which it replaced): it has no backlight, so cannot use it at night or in poor light; it also gets drowned out by low-angle sunlight so the screen reads 288:8/8:8:8:8:8:8, or something like that (never had that problem with any of the others); it has only 2 measurement screens--current speed and one of the functions (V2c had three); the function screen is quite small and hard to read and the last digit is squeezed into the lower right corner so it is hard to see under any but the most ideal circumstances (esp. unhelpful for the cadence function); you have to cycle through all 8 functions to get back around to the one you were on (say, cadence) after you check another; there is no manual start/stop; there is no avg cadence. It's hard to believe something this small and versatile could be so un-user friendly, esp. since earlier models had all the versatility and function desired. It is a clear step backwards from proven Cateye performance. Very disappointing.
2 de 2 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Speed and cadence sensor does not work as you would expect it to. 5 de febrero de 2016
Por George j Gilles - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I was fortunate enough to receive a prompt delivery. The cateye strada double wireless cyclocomputer looks like a great computer. The set up is relatively simple. The only problem is that the speed and cadence sensor does not work. I figured that maybe I should change the battery that came with it and install a new one. So, most naturally I did that. I also pressed the reset button as instructed for about five Seconds but to no avail. Update to my previous post. I talked to someone on you tube called sport endurance and they gave me some great advice. Ladies and gentlemen take out the battery from the main head unit. Meaning the computer itself. After I've done this they paired perfectly. Unfortunately the cadence doesn't work
This is an update from the previous review . I finally got the cadence function to work unfortunately you have to put the sensor very close on the left hand side of the chain stay. Place the sensor very close the the left pedal arm.
7 de 7 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Cateye is no longer worth buying 5 de febrero de 2013
Por D. Ryon - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I should have paid attention to the other reviews. First the mounting strap broke trying to install the mounting bracket. The strap is made of a brittle plastic that snaps VERY easily. Couldn't get a replacement anywhere in town (BIG city - Phoenix) I had to order a new mounting bracket ( no you can't just zip-tie it - that would have been way too simple). Then I couldn't get it to pickup the signal unless I held the computer in my hand 12" away from the crank. The receiving distance is supposed to be within 1 meter. Ultimately I had to mount the computer on the top tube 29" away from the pickup instead on of the handle bars or anywhere I could see it while actually riding. With the unit mounted there I could only see it while riding if I came off the drops and leaned back. Then - final straw - the unit would continually reset. We're talking on a smooth road no bumps to bounce it around. That's it - I'm done - it's getting returned. I've used a Cateye Solar for years and wanted to upgrade to a smaller, wireless computer. NO MORE Cateye - I'm out!
6 de 6 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Buy the 410 Instead 27 de mayo de 2013
Por bcove - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I bought this model in late fall and used it mainly indoors with my bike on a trainer for the winter months. It worked fine until the weather warmed up and I started to ride outdoors again. Once I started riding outside, the computer stopped working. It would lose the signal from the sensor and I would have to reset it every time I rode. Even then, it would often lose the signal after a few miles. I stopped in at my local bike shop and they said they had had trouble with this model and to call CatEye because they were replacing the 400 with the 410. I called CatEye customer support and sure enough, they asked a couple of questions and said to send them the computer and the sensor and they would send me the 410 which has a stronger signal and is not prone to problems with interference. I have just received the 410 and haven't tried it yet so I can't tell you for sure it works better than the 400 but if you are considering buying the 400, I'd suggest going for the 410 instead.


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