Thanks for the info...anyone else have an experience... ?saccycling said:I have one. I bought it for training for climbing. I like it. Everything seems to work fine. The only thing I didn't like is the speed is in half mile increments. 18.5 19.0 19.5 20.0 But after a couple of weeks. I got used to it. I use two dams that I know the elevation to measure the computer altimeter accuracy. It seems to be within 5 to 10 feet of what it should be. Close enough for me. I bought the wired version from bikesomewhere.com for $92 .
How much is it for the Polar CS400 ?The Moontrane said:I really liked mine until the buttons started sticking. I think it lasted about 15,000 miles. The mount is flimsy but I picked up on that quickly so took care, and it never failed.
Been using Polar’s CS400 for over a year now because I love having the altimeter function.
I think my CS400 is the same as the CS600 but without the power feature. I get average grade and cumulative climbing from mine. Go to File – Totals – Total Ascent for cumulative climbing.rcordray said:Yes, changed over to a Polar CS600 a year ago also.
Demoted the VDO to the Mtn Bike.
Miss the average grade function and total accumulated climbing of all rides.
Polar is good but still not perfect.
Wirelessbianchi77 said:How much is it for the Polar CS400 ?
Is it wireless ?
Anyone want to sell the VDO to me ?