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Old 11-11-16, 08:53 PM
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Low cost wireless computer

Need reasonable wireless computer for my MTB. Only needs the basic functions-nothing too crazy. Have 2 trek incites on road bikes and 1 VDO. Any good recommendations?
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Old 11-24-16, 07:04 PM
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Nashbar Tempo. My last one was 25 bucks
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Old 11-25-16, 09:00 AM
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Any of the cheaper wireless Cateyes are perfectly servicable. I bought two before I went full roadie and got all the high-end gadgets, and they always worked very well. One is now on my daughter's hybrid and the other I gave to my neighbor because all he is interested in is time, distance, ave. speed and inst. speed.

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Old 11-25-16, 09:38 AM
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really like my Sigma.

was ~$20...
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Got a smart phone and an app?
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Old 11-29-16, 02:30 PM
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What do you want to use it for? If you want any sort of data logging, a basic GPS offers/phone app far more than a cycle computer.

Currently you say you have 3 computers, and are after another one, with a GPS/Phone, you can eliminate all these, and run a single device for all your bikes.
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Old 11-29-16, 05:03 PM
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The smart phone apps burn the battery on my phone down pretty fast, I finally went to a GArmin 500 and switch it from bike to bike --- love the thing and am glad to have it.
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