Planet Bike's super Protegé 9.0 is perfect for riders who want maximum information with minimal fuss. It's wireless for an ultra-clean look and easy installation on your handlebars. And, its large easy-to-read display shows the 5 functions you choose in 4 lines. It also provides the important functions you expect like average speed, a speed comparator, a dual odometer so you can use it on 2 bikes, and it reads the temperature, too.
The Wahoo Blue SC Speed and Cadence Sensor transforms your iPhone or Android phone into a powerful cycling computer. Using Bluetooth 4.0 and ANT+ technology, it tracks cycling speed, cadence, and distance which can be paired with your favorite cycling app including Cyclemeter and Strava. It's weatherproof, small with a low drag profile, and comes with a rubber band and zip tie mounts for easy installation. • Measures instantaneous bike speed and pedaling cadence • Mounts on rear chain stay and uses spoke and crank magnets to track bike speed and pedal rotations per minute • Bluetooth 4.0 (aka Bluetooth Smart) wireless technology • Does not require any extra hardware for use • Long-lasting, replaceable coin cell battery; no need for extra cables or recharging • Water and shock proof: IPX7 Certified • Weight: 39 grams
CatEye's Strada Slim is packed with essential features like speed, distance, and time, plus it's completely free of wires for a clean look. Both the computer and the speed fork sensor have sliver-thin profiles to increase aerodynamics and stay out of the way. You can customize the large display so you only see the metrics you want.
Become more efficient than ever with CatEye's Strada Digital Wireless. Wireless communication between the computer and speed/cadence sensor keeps your efforts dialed, your rhythm flowing smoothly, and your bike looking simple and clean. Other key features include auto start/stop so you get accurate ride time, plus a backlight for easy viewing during low-light rides. The Strada is a perfect tool for both racing and training and can easily be switched between bikes.
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