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Cateye Strada Slim Universal Wireless Computer

Cateye Strada Slim Universal Wireless Computer

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Product Description

A new era of compact cyclo-computers

The head unit has a 23% bigger screen yet is 35% thinner and lighter. The Strada Slim is not only the sleekest most aerodynamic cyclo-computer in over 30 years of Cateye innovation, it is also the most efficient; using smaller batteries it consumes up to 75% less energy consumption. The Strada Slim also has a narrow speed sensor that is 47% thinner and fits seamlessly inside the fork stay

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Cateye Strada Slim Universal Wireless Computer Reviews

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Overall Rating:
4.7
out of 5
4.66
Build Quality
4.50
Performance
4.50
Value For Money
5.00

Customer Reviews (1)

5
Strada slim

The slim computer is very compact and light, though the MTB universal sensor is not slimline. Mine sits beside a handlebar-mounted map case when I'm trekking and works well there. The rubber seat for the sensor doesn't look like the right shape for a stanchion, but holds solid with the zip ties. Functions are easy to scroll through on the move, though I couldn't get it to customise the functions on display. Not sure if it my the computer or me that is not functioning properly, but it's not a major issue for me. Highly recommend it, especially if you do any navigation while riding as the dual distance function allows you see your total distance for the trip and any individual leg you wish to measure.

The slim computer is very compact and light, though the MTB universal sensor is not slimline. Mine sits beside a handlebar-mounted map case when I'm trekking and works well there. The rubber seat for the sensor doesn't look like the right shape for a stanchion, but holds solid with the zip ties. Functions are easy to scroll through on the move, though I couldn't get it to customise the functions on display. Not sure if it my the computer or me that is not functioning properly, but it's not a major issue for me. Highly recommend it, especially if you do any navigation while riding as the dual distance function allows you see your total distance for the trip and any individual leg you wish to measure.

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4.7 out of 5
Build Quality: 4.5/5
Performance: 4.5/5
Value For Money: 5/5