CatEye Commuter

CatEye Commuter
$59.99
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Leave the gas-guzzler at home. There are plenty of reasons to ride instead of drive—fun, fitness, and the environmental to name a few. CatEye's Commuter provides you with valuable ride data including speed, estimated time of arrival, distance, time, a backlight, temperature, and even carbon offset. No wires makes for an easy setup and a clean, simple look.

Carbon offset
Estimated time of arrival
Temperature
Current speed
Average speed
Maximum speed
Total Distance (Odometer) 
Trip distance
Elapsed time
Total time
Clock
Date
Programmable odometer
Auto start/stop
Auto power-saving mode
Pace arrow
Backlight
Low battery alarm

Part Numbers

UPC MPN Store SKU
725012020890 1603000 2970

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2.0

(based on 2 reviews)

0%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to read  (2)
  • Accurate 
  • Lightweight 
  • Temperature Display 
  • Many Distance Totals 

Cons

  • Handlebar mount  (2)
  • Not durable 
  • Hard to Remove 

Best Uses

  • Commuting 
  • Everyday 

REVIEWS

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Device only works if base doesn't keep breaking :S

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from Toronto, ON

About Me Avid Cyclist

Pros

  • Easy to Read
  • Accurate
  • Lightweight

Cons

  • Not Durable
  • Handlebar Mount

Best Uses

  • Commuting

Comments:

I have no qualms with the device itself, but it's unusable if I cannot attach it to the base. Twice now the base clip has snapped so that the device cannot be securely snapped into place. My last Cateye never gave me this problem and worked for ~2 years. A) I need to know how to get a new base and B) perhaps a redesign is in order or C) something is wonky with my device.

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Not For The Old Folks

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from Palatine, IL

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Easy to Read
  • Many Distance Totals
  • Temperature Display

Cons

  • Hard to Remove
  • Handlebar Mount

Best Uses

  • Everyday

Comments:

Didn't buy at [...] but they helped me with it after I spent 3 hours with no luck. It's all set now and I can even set it myself. BUT it has the worst method of sliding it on and off I have ever seen. I now have it in a handlebar bag and only get to see it when my trip is done. I have tried silcone and oil but still too hard for me. I know how to do it but it takes too much strength and was just leaving it on the bike at stores.

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