Reddit Reddit reviews CAT EYE, Strada Cadence Wired Bike Computer

We found 15 Reddit comments about CAT EYE, Strada Cadence Wired Bike Computer. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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CAT EYE, Strada Cadence Wired Bike Computer
ALL YOUR FAVORITE STATS: Check your current, max, and average speed, total distance, two trip distances, elapsed time, pace arrow, clock, and cadence.SAVE YOUR MILES: With the option to manually set the odometer after a battery change, you don't have to lose those hard-earned miles.GO THE DISTANCE: With a battery that lasts up to two years, you can install it and forget about it.SWITCH BETWEEN BIKES: Riding home from work at 5 and hitting the trail at 6? Program both bikes into your CatEye computer to easily switch gears.AUTO START/STOP: Caught at a red light? Grabbing coffee? Don't sweat the small stops. Your CatEye computer knows when you've stopped and stops counting time and averaging speed.
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15 Reddit comments about CAT EYE, Strada Cadence Wired Bike Computer:

u/Kazyole · 5 pointsr/bicycling

I used to have Cateye's strada w/cadence which is a pretty good basic cyclocomputer. I eventually replaced it with a garmin 500 because I wanted more data, but it should probably be fine for your purposes (it's also pretty light and inexpensive as far as cyclocomputers go).

u/mentalorigami · 3 pointsr/bicycling

Cateye Strada Cadence nice and cheap, I've put a few thousand miles on mine with no issues. Has not one, not two, but three mileage readings, trip, trip2 and odo (lifetime miles) as well as speed, average speed, cadence and time. Well worth the $35.

u/SwervingNShit · 2 pointsr/cycling

So I was going to get this, CatEye Strada 430, it's wireless and has the peripherals for speed, cadence and HR included for $112 USD, BUT I ended up getting a wired CatEye with only speed and cadence since the consensus I've seen while watching GCN does science and a few posts here is that HR does not matter TOO MUCH, you can't help your heart rate, slowing it down or speeding it up. Anyways, here's what I got, CatEye Strada Cadence, $31USD

u/RedUltimatum · 2 pointsr/bicycling

One I mentioned, the Strada Cadence would be a good choice if you don't mind wires. There is a wireless version for nearly double the price (which is BS if you ask me, but wireless is damn good to have).

Here is Bontrager's wired w/cadence and wireless (which does not include sensor).

u/livetoride · 2 pointsr/bicycling

Get one with a cadence function. I have this one and its been great, Cateye Strada Cadence wired.

u/byrel · 2 pointsr/AskElectronics

You could certainly build your own, but considering you can buy one for about $30, I'd just buy one unless you just want to do it to learn about stuff

u/SUCOL · 1 pointr/cycling

You don't need wireless, it just becomes a pain in the rear to change the batteries on both, but what are you using it for Road or Mt?

I just bought a wired one with Cadence link, which is really useful for the triathlons and time trials i do, but if your not into that theres cheaper than what your looking for that do basically the same thing, mentioned in the other comments

u/mikeswiz · 1 pointr/cycling

I recently bought a [cateye strada cadence] ( to use while training and on the road and once it's installed it's great. Installation was a bit of a pain though and took me a few hours, although I'm a bit OCD when it comes to routing wires.

u/animalarmament · 1 pointr/bicycling

Cateyes are nice. I wouldn't get one with gps, it costs a bunch and doesn't give you much utility in return. I think it's nice to have a second sensor for cadence, if I were buying a new computer that would be one of my main criteria (I inherited a cateye without cadence, but I can approximate it from my speed since I ride fixed atm). Going wired will save you money and it's not hassle once it's installed. I'd say go for the Strada Cadence.

u/dablya · 1 pointr/bicycling

Would this be an ok cheap one?

u/helix6 · 1 pointr/bicycling

I use a Cateye Strada Cadence. It's wired but it's reliable for the price.

u/farski · 1 pointr/cycling seems to fit the bill; anything from Cateye should hold up fine over time. At <$40 you're not going to get much in the way of features or flair, especially if you want cadence. The selection of wired computers is smaller than it used to be, so there just aren't as many options.

u/atlasMuutaras · 1 pointr/bicycling

Okay, follow up question. Given the choice between wireless and a cadence sensor, which would you chose?

The choice is not purely academic. Apparently you can get one or the other at the higher end of my price range.

u/horpadorp · -1 pointsr/bicycling

I have this computer, and really enjoy it. I find it to be reasonably priced, but if you would like a wireless computer, there is also this option.