CatEye Strada Double Wireless Computers

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MSRP : $100.00


Product Description

Wireless speed and cadence function mounted on rear chainstay Digital coded wireless signal Transmission distance up to 40in Two line display w/ lower line dedicated to cadence Functions - Cadence, max speed, average...



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First outing with the Cateye Strada Double Wireless

I ordered mine off Amazon and it got here two days ago. I had some time this morning to get it installed, which was not as easy as the instruction manual had led me to believe. It was a struggle to get the cadence feature to work, but eventually, I got it right after much tweaking. Once I was re ... Read More »

Any reason NOT to get the Cateye Strada double wireless?

I am looking for a way to track speed, distance, time, and cadence. This one seems to do all of that for about $100. My wife and son are runners and swear by Garmin, but they are so expensive and I don't know what extra features I'd really be getting for double to triple the price. If anybody is ... Read More »

Cateye Strada Double Wireless issue

The last couple of rides I have noticed that my Cateye Strada Double Wireless (RD400DW) will send the MPH and Cadence to zero and then it will come back after a few tenths of a mile. Batteries are fresh and the setup is correct. Just wondering if anyone else with this computer can enlighten me. Than ... Read More »

CatEye Strada Double Wireless

I have used a Planet Bike computer for a couple of years and had no complaints at all. But now I'm looking for something wireless with cadence. I like the look of the CatEye Strada Double Wireless, but I want to get some feedback. It seems to have great features and you can find pretty good d ... Read More »

Cat Eye Strada Double Wireless sensor question

In my experiance nothing really stays put with those zip ties they give you, and being that the sensor is right next to the crank arms, I was just wondering just how well this unit stays put. Seems like it would catch something like the magnet on the crank arms. Also, if anyone has any experianc ... Read More »

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