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  • Knowing your cadence (number of pedal revolutions per minute) can help you choose the right gear for optimal pedaling efficiency
  • Heart rate monitor helps you find your ideal exertion level to optimize your training and enhance performance
  • Essential functions include current, average and maximum speed, trip distance, odometer, elapsed time, stop watch, date, clock and dual tire size recognition
  • Also features average speed pacing, automatic start/stop, power-saving and sleep modes and low battery indicator for both computer and sensor
  • Included heart rate monitor chest strap is adjustable for comfort; sensor is removable from the fabric strap
  • Using fast 2.4GHz digital wireless speed with the heart rate sensor and cadence sensor, the Strada CC-RD430DW is virtually interference free for reliable data transfer
  • Large font size makes it easy to read trip details with a quick glance; display can be programmed to your preferences
  • 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 196 in. (5 meters); speed sensor works from either the front or rear wheel
  • CatEye Strada CC-RD430DW Cadence bike computer comes with 3 CR2032 batteries, 1 each for the computer, speed sensor and heart rate sensor

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Specs

Best Use Road Cycling
Current Speed Yes
Maximum Speed Yes
Average Speed Yes
Odometer Yes
Trip Distance Yes
Auto Start/Stop Yes
Stopwatch Yes
Clock Yes
Cadence Yes
Dual Bike Memory Yes
Altimeter No
HRM Included/Integrated Yes
Low Battery Indicator Yes
Batteries Lithium ion CR2032
Wireless Yes
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Stick with the basics I've had other CatEye computers before and have loved them. I bought this to track my HR and my cadence since I have been tracking them in my spin classes. Problems right off the bat. Couldnt get the cadence to Sync with the computer. Changed batteries but no luck. Got the standard speed sensor and HR strap to sync with no problem. Went out riding and on a long hard hill it showed my HR at 161 which is normal. A few seconds later I looked down and my hr was 107. Then it jumped to 148 and then down to 82. HR reading was all over the map on my steady hill climb. REI refunded my money and I got another basic CatEye. Thanks for standing behind your product. REI is great, but this computer was clearly not!
Date published: 2016-01-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from CatEye 430 Very confusing setup and instructions. Heart Rate Monitor is slow to react to pulse changes. Not Impressed, should have purchased something else.
Date published: 2016-03-31
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Lacking in features I expected The biggest drawback of this computer is that it chews through batteries and the heart rate function isn't accurate. The other things about this computer that are real drawbacks: 1. No Max heart rate recorded 2. No average heart rate recorded, live data display only 3. No calorie expenditure… fun, but not that necessary. 4. Really small display, hard to read 5. Appears to eat batteries, but maybe I am doing something wrong 6. Heart rate strap doesn’t pick up my heart rate consistently and tightening the strap only makes it so I can’t breath 7. Heart rate calculation seems slow… shows high reading when the effort is over, not during making it difficult to judge recovery 8. Really expensive and I am going to replace it with something else after only 458 miles. The good: 1. Single button operation 2. Looks like it will last 3. Accurate distance and speed readings It came with two dead batteries. Unfortunately, i didn’t think to check that so I spent over an hour trying to sync all the parts during install, before I thought to just pop out a battery and try a new one. Then after I did that and it was working the second unit started indicating a bad battery… so I had to put two new 2032’s into the unit before it could be installed. I have owned Cateye computers before and really liked them. This was to replace a Sigma that basically fell apart, and I thought I did my research…. what a shame.
Date published: 2015-11-22
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Rated 1 out of 5 by from Stick with the basics I've had other CatEye computers before and have loved them. I bought this to track my HR and my cadence since I have been tracking them in my spin classes. Problems right off the bat. Couldnt get the cadence to Sync with the computer. Changed batteries but no luck. Got the standard speed sensor and HR strap to sync with no problem. Went out riding and on a long hard hill it showed my HR at 161 which is normal. A few seconds later I looked down and my hr was 107. Then it jumped to 148 and then down to 82. HR reading was all over the map on my steady hill climb. REI refunded my money and I got another basic CatEye. Thanks for standing behind your product. REI is great, but this computer was clearly not!
Date published: 2016-01-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from CatEye 430 Very confusing setup and instructions. Heart Rate Monitor is slow to react to pulse changes. Not Impressed, should have purchased something else.
Date published: 2016-03-31
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Lacking in features I expected The biggest drawback of this computer is that it chews through batteries and the heart rate function isn't accurate. The other things about this computer that are real drawbacks: 1. No Max heart rate recorded 2. No average heart rate recorded, live data display only 3. No calorie expenditure… fun, but not that necessary. 4. Really small display, hard to read 5. Appears to eat batteries, but maybe I am doing something wrong 6. Heart rate strap doesn’t pick up my heart rate consistently and tightening the strap only makes it so I can’t breath 7. Heart rate calculation seems slow… shows high reading when the effort is over, not during making it difficult to judge recovery 8. Really expensive and I am going to replace it with something else after only 458 miles. The good: 1. Single button operation 2. Looks like it will last 3. Accurate distance and speed readings It came with two dead batteries. Unfortunately, i didn’t think to check that so I spent over an hour trying to sync all the parts during install, before I thought to just pop out a battery and try a new one. Then after I did that and it was working the second unit started indicating a bad battery… so I had to put two new 2032’s into the unit before it could be installed. I have owned Cateye computers before and really liked them. This was to replace a Sigma that basically fell apart, and I thought I did my research…. what a shame.
Date published: 2015-11-22
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