CatEye’s most popular, wireless bike computer is compact, stylish and easy to use. It has 10 functions and 12 features, plus an LED backlight, programmable odometer and a universal bracket which mounts to your stem or handlebars. Durable, reliable and accurate, the Micro Wireless is a great computer at a great price.Displays current/average/maximum speed (km/h,
CatEye’s most popular, wireless bike computer is compact, stylish and easy to use. It has 10 functions and 12 features, plus an LED backlight, programmable odometer and a universal bracket which mounts to your stem or handlebars. Durable, reliable and accurate, the Micro Wireless is a great computer at a great price.Displays current/average/maximum speed (km/h, mph), average speed 2, trip distance, trip distance 2, elapsed time, elapsed time 2, programmable odometer and clock Pace arrow lets you know if you’re riding above or below your average speed Automatic start/stop/power-save/sleep modes save you time Dual wheel size settings allow you to use two different bikes LED backlight makes it easy to view your stats Easy-to-use bracket mounts on stem or handlebar Universal sensor mount attaches to road and mountain bike forks
The compact wireless receiver has a streamlined silhouette and 70-centimeter range. The CC-MC100W Micro is CatEye’s most popular wireless computer, and boasts ten functions and 12 features, including LED backlight, programmable odometer, and simple, easy-to-use bracket that mounts on both stem and handlebar. The universal sensor mount attaches easily to both road and mountain bike forks.
Specifications Current, average, and maximum speed to 65.9 MPH Total distance to 99,999 miles Two trip distances to 999 miles Two elapsed times to 9:59:59 12- and 24-hour clock Pace arrow and auto power saving mode Tire sizes from 100 to 3,999 millimeters 70-centimeter transmission distance Computer and sensor run on CR2032 batteries Measures 38 by 52 by 22 millimeters (W x H x D) 30-gram weight
About CatEye Founded in 1946 in Osaka, Japan, ISO-approved CatEye is a worldwide leader in manufacturing cycle computers, lights, and reflectors. In 1964, CatEye created the first flashing lamp for bicycles, and went on to create the first bicycle headlamp using white LEDs in 2001. The company’s Opticube lens and reflectors allow it to make the brightest and most efficient LED headlights on the market today, and the D500 remains the only rear safety light that meets the rigorous CPSC standards for reflectivity.
CatEye’s first cycle computer was released in 1981, and the company now offers a full range of computers. The company was additionally among the first to integrate altimeter, heart rate, and cadence technology into cycle computers.