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  • Slim computer unit is 35% thinner and lighter than the original Strada Wireless bike computer yet the screen size is 23% larger for easy viewing
  • Functions include current, average and maximum speed, trip distance, odometer, elapsed time, stop watch, clock and dual-tire size recognition
  • Additional features include average speed pacing, automatic start/stop, power-saving and sleep modes, and low battery alarm for both computer head and sensor
  • Slim speed sensor can be placed on the inside of the front fork of your bike so it's virtually out of sight
  • Large font size and customizable screen makes it easy to read trip details with a quick glance; display can be programmed to meet your preferences
  • Slim speed sensor requires the clearance between the front fork and spokes to be 12 - 17mm; Slim computer is also compatible with the SPD-01 sensor if your clearance is larger
  • CatEye Strada Slim bike computer comes with a CR1616 battery for the computer and a CR2032 battery for the speed sensor


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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
Dual Bike Memory Yes
Altimeter No
Batteries Lithium ion CR1616 and lithium CR2032
Wireless Yes
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Small controls I like it, but beware of two things: 1) There's a mode button on the front and a mode button on the back (the side that goes up against the mount). When you're going through the instructions, look carefully to see which mode button you're supposed to be pressing. You'd think not calling one of them "mode" would be a good idea. 2) The buttons on the top side are very small. It takes a lot of pinpoint accuracy with your fingers to operate these. On at least one occasion, I accidentally reset the thing while trying to get the small buttons to respond. Apparently I must have held one of the buttons down too long and it reset. Fortunately, it has two separate trip meters and you have to reset them independently. So, when I wiped out the other data, fortunately the second trip meter still held info on miles ridden.
Date published: 2014-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great little computer I have used this computer for about a week now and is working great. I've had a number of different cycling computers over the years and this is one of the best I've owned. I bought this computer for my hybrid commuter bike and just wanted a basic unit. I've had several Cateye computers and this unit was installed and programmed in about 15 minutes. The new (at least for me) rubber band mounting system is quick and easy to use. Programming was a bit tricky, but easy compared to older units. On the road the mounting was solid and the read outs easy to access and accurate. I've been a fan of Cateye products for years so may be a bit biased.
Date published: 2016-04-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Better than previous models I bought this product after my previous CatEye computer flew off my bike and got run over by a car. This product has a much more secure mount, even for those of us who frequently leave our bikes outside and have to take the computer off to take it with us. It can take a bit of force to remove the computer from its mount, but it's worth dealing with so that it doesn't fly off into traffic. Numbers are easy to read, and the readings seem to be fairly accurate. This computer is much more sensitive than previous models. They're very serious about that 23 inch range from the sensor to the computer though, I can't get this to work on my folding bike at all because the distance between a 16 inch tire and the handlebar is a few inches too far away. All in all though, does the basics and the handlebar mounting bracket is heartier than previous models and can withstand taking the computer on and off daily.
Date published: 2013-11-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good for the money Lots of functions, which is good except that, as it shifts from one function to the next linearly, to go backwards, say from distance to elapsed time, you have to cycle through all of them. Okay, not a big deal. It would be nice if it was backlit for use in the evening.
Date published: 2014-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Keeps on ticking. Literally. I've washed and dried this twice by accident doing laundry and it still works.
Date published: 2014-06-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Wishing It Worked Better Used this for a while and it worked fine until the temperature went over 80 F at which point the display blanked. On another day, after it got hot, it reset itself. It's pretty consistent. Thinking I had a bad one, I took it back and had it replaced. Same thing again. When it works, it's great, but there is a serious design issue with this model. We have another older Cateye that works great. I'd suggest looking for a different model.
Date published: 2015-08-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from High visibility for the size. Needed to replace my old Cateye because it was too hard to see the display. This does everything a basic bike computer should do plus it's compact and takes up little space when mounted. Easy to mount, easy to use and easy to remove when you have to lock up in public. Not disappointed at all.
Date published: 2015-07-18
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