Sigma Sport BC 800 new version Computers

DESCRIPTION

  • Current speed
  • Odometer
  • Trip distance
  • Clock
  • Riding time
  • Maximum speed
  • Average speed
  • Comparison current / average speed
  • 2 wheel sizes programmable
  • Easy and fast tool-free mounting system
  • Completely watertight

  • USER REVIEWS

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    [May 23, 2004]
    Anonymous
    Cross Country Rider

    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
    Strength:

    Price, Set-up, Performance

    Weakness:

    none to date

    Can't beat this computer for the price. It has all the functions an amateur rider would need and is easy to set up.

    Similar Products Used:

    Cat eye

    [Aug 02, 2002]
    craigp
    Racer

    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    4
    Strength:

    Reliable. Wireless which looks nice.

    Weakness:

    A little limited in the position of the computer and transmitter but not enough to be a problem. Instructions are a little vague.

    Initially I was apprehensive about going for a wireless computer. Just one more thing that can go wrong I thought. I need not have worried though. It took a little frigging about to position the computer and sensor as it seems to require at least a little "line-of-sight" between the 2 units. However, once I got it working it was fine and it's worked flawlessly since. I found the instructions were a little too "light" for me. They try to cram as much information into the smallest piece of paper (and it's still quite large), in as many different languages as possible. Whilst an admirable mission, it results in quite vague instructions. One look on their web site however and all my problems were solved. I had the unit set up and working 5 minutes later and apart from having to replace the batteries in the transmitter (I suspect one of them was faulty), I've had no problems at all. I'd have no hesitation in recomending this computer.

    Similar Products Used:

    Various Cateye and Sigma (all corded models).

    [Jul 27, 2002]
    kiwidj
    Weekend Warrior

    OVERALL
    RATING
    4
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
    Strength:

    Good looking little wireless unit and easy set up . I also like the hidden attachment straps which leave no loose pieces sticking out .

    Weakness:

    It's wireless so the base under the computer is a little bulky , so is the sensor on the fork . A little chunky but I guess that's the price you pay for WL . The display stays on but the sensor unit has auto an/off function which kicks in after 10 mins .

    A great little computer ! Accurate and reliable .

    Similar Products Used:

    Cateye WL+OS, Avocet 40( this one is a real waste of time and money by the way ).

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