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  • Functions cover current, average and maximum speed, trip distance, odometer, elapsed time, stop watch, clock and dual tire size recognition
  • Additional features include backlight, average speed pacing, automatic start/stop, automatic power-saving mode and sleep mode
  • Large font size makes it easy to read trip details with a quick glance
  • FlexTight™ head unit bracket mounts quickly and securely, and without tools to a handlebar or stem measuring 22 - 32mm in diameter
  • Wireless transmission distance up to 27 in.
  • CatEye CC-MC200W Micro Wireless Comp bike computer comes with 2 CR2032 batteries, 1 each for head unit and sensor

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Specs

Best Use Cycling
Current Speed Yes
Maximum Speed Yes
Average Speed Yes
Odometer Yes
Trip Distance Yes
Auto Start/Stop Yes
Stopwatch Yes
Clock Yes
Dual Bike Memory Yes
Altimeter No
Illumination Backlight
Batteries 2 CR2032
Wireless Yes
Rated 5 out of 5 by from best for night rides Excellent buy, the flowchart instructions online are a lot easier than the booklet that came with it. Once it is set up it is very intuitive. I have had it a year and the batteries are still good. The display died while I was riding in the rain and I left it in a bag of rice for two days and it worked great after that. the backlight is awesome for early morning fitness. Being wireless it sometimes picks up radio interference, it read my max speed as being 65 mph. A great computer for racing or commuting with a decent pricetag.
Date published: 2013-10-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by from nice computer I use this mainly for commuting to work in Denver, CO. The mornings are often cold before the sun warms things up, and the sensor does not register below about 30 degrees. I am not sure if this is common amongst all cycle computers, but I was surprised to find this out. Outside of this issue, the computer works well and as expected. Installation was simple. I really like the ability to adjust the display for what I am interested in seeing (clock during commutes and other info on longer rides).
Date published: 2013-02-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from All you need for recreational rides If all you need is to know your time, distance, average and maximum speed and odometer, then this is the computer for you. It also has a lap feature. The directions are all pictorial and could be clearer. The set up was straight forward. To reset distance or time for a ride you can push down the button on the front while mounted on the bike, but you have to use your fingernail, not the pad of your finger.
Date published: 2012-08-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by from good once set up one thing I don't like is to use the light, every time you ride, u have to "turn it on" then you can hit the middle button...unlike a watch where you can just hit the button anytime....if you stop riding for more than 10 min. you have to turn it on again before you hit the middle button...if youre getting this for the light, you'll probably have a riding light...I have a niterider 600...the computer will function in high mode and flashing only...the other light levels the computer will not give readings...thankfully those are the 2 light setting I prefer so it wasn't an issue...
Date published: 2014-03-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great computer - lousy instructions Great little computer as is everything that I get from Cateye. But the documentation (and interface) are confusing. I recommend this one if you have someone explain the functions and how to use it, but if you are trying to do this from the package documentation, you will have a challenge in using this computer.
Date published: 2013-05-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Adds enjoyment/safety to mountain biking Just purchased and used several times on rough woods trails...once in heavy/wet snow...with no problems so far. User instructions can be followed; however, it takes practice to learn the functions. Makes trail riding much more enjoyable and safe because you can accurately track yourself on a map. Although screen information is small, it is readable while riding...just wait for smooth trail.
Date published: 2013-04-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Computer Once It's Set Up This is a great bike computer, but the installation instructions are awfully difficult to understand. Once it is set up, it works great and I'd really recommend it for a lower cost computer.
Date published: 2014-11-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by from difficult to set up the first 6 reviews are all about the same..so read this one...the main reason I bought this was because of the backlight....that's the only reason to buy this...otherwise there are better choices...this is my first and last cat eye...the instructions are terrible...just today I tried to change the clock for daylight savings and it took well over 15 min. I consider myself pretty tech savy, but this has frustrated me...also, you can adjust things with the buttons on the back or leave it mounted and do the same, again, makes confusing. as someone else mentioned, because it's wireless it usually shows my max speed as 65. I previously had an advocet 25 which was much easier to use. I would not recommend unless you need the light....also there are not solid push buttons, which is a little strange, it has to be mounted in order for them to work.
Date published: 2014-03-10
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