500 Wireless Cyclometer

    Designed for measuring and analysing your cycling.

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    SKU: S1036 (1340612)
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    € 19.66
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    Characteristics Designed for measuring and analysing your cycling.
    Product Benefits
    1. Ease of use
      Ease of use
      Intuitive interface, simplified programming, large ergonomic buttons.
    2. Parameter measurement
      Parameter measurement
      Current/average/max speed; current/total distance; time; timer; speed comparison
    3. Easy assembly / dismantling
      Easy assembly / dismantling
      Extremely quick and easy tool-free fitting on the stem or handlebar. Wireless.
    4. Easy reading
      Easy reading
      Large display and numbers for quick and easy reading.
    5. Durability
      Watertight assembly, durable case.
    • Connexion
    Product feature
    1. Speed functions
      Current, average and maximum speed. Speed comparison (compares the current speed with the average speed for the ride).
    2. Distance functions
      Partial (ride) and total distance.
    3. Time functions
      Digital clock, stopwatch.
    4. General functions
      Low-battery indicator on the speed sensor.
    Product testing
    1. Product restrictions
      Interference may occur when fitted to an electric bike.
    2. Product catchline
      An 8-function wireless cyclometer that is easy to install.
    Product reviews
    3.4 / 5
    59 reviews
    59 users recommend this product
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    • David

      david (United Kingdom)
      Used for 2 to 8 weeks
      Good piece of kit, have reset back to zero, however when I cycle I get no distance tracked
    • Not working

      Julian (United Kingdom)
      Used for 1 week or less
      I've had several other wireless bike computers and always been able to get them set up and working fairly quickly, but I found this one to be fiddly to install and sadly it is working.
      I've read other reviews and seen comments about getting the magnet and sensor fairly close, so I've ensured that they're practically touching but the unit still won't work.
      One of the Decathlon responses I read to a comment said that a new magnetless design is being released, when will this be?
      It looks like I'm going to have to remove the unit and return it to the store, which means a fairly long drive. Not overly happy.
      Response of the brand
      I'm sorry to read that you've had issues with your unit. Can I ask you if when not installed (simulating the passing of the magnet with your hands) does the unit still not pick up a signal? If not then the battery may be faulty or the emitter.
      The exact release date for the new model is not yet announced.
      Peter Lazarus UK Cycling Market Manager DECATHLON
    • You'll struggle to get better for less

      Howard (United Kingdom)
      Used for More than 1 year
      Installation is simple enough, the sensor needs to be rather close to the magnet to pick it up and a lot of people don't get this quite right, which will lead to pickup issues down the line. The sensor has to be cable-tied on, unlike in earlier versions which featured a rubber strap. Make sure to put some protective tape on your fork before you attach the sensor to minimise the risk of damage if you need to take it off. I found that the rubber strap for the display unit was shorter than necessary, so I had to mount it in a slightly different way, but it works and has never fallen off.

      The unit itself is light, simple to use and the display is big and clear, which is important when you're on the move. Setting it up for your tyre size is so easy, too.

      Other users have commented on a lack of cadence and heart rate compatibility, but for this price, I don't think we can complain too much.

      In operation, I have found the unit to be very robust in all weather with excellent functionality, with exception to one issue; interference. I have an LED light on the handlebars, which causes the computer to under-read by a half or two-thirds. I also suspect the WiFi and Bluetooth from my phone may interfere, but I've yet to be sure. If you pick up one of these, I suggest you try it with your other electronic accessories and check for compatability.

      Overall, it's light, extremely user friendly (once set up) and accurate and I'd happily reccommend one.
    • Computer

      airsgian (United Kingdom)
      Used for More than 1 year
      I have had this cycle computer for some time now. It has done app 3000 miles and has given me no problems during that period. I am not even sure that I have replaced the battery yet. The only dissapointment is that it does not include an RPM count which is pretty standard. Also, the instructions are very small and diffiuclt to follow. Mostly graphical multi language instructions.
      Price and size of display
      Lack of RPM count and decent installation instruct
    • Reliable, rugged, good value bike computer

      Joshua (United Kingdom)
      Used for More than 1 year
      I have had the B'Twin Count 8 bicycle computer for over a year and almost 4000km. I have not had to replace the batteries once, something I think is usually quite rare, especially on wireless bicycle computers. The device is extremely easy to set up and use, with 3 buttons, one dedicated for adjusting settings.

      The mounting clip allows the computer to be mounted on the stem or handlebars, to allows the rider to free up space where it is needed.

      Overall highly recommended for its reliability, ease of use and long battery life.
      battery life, easy installation, easy to use
      susceptible to interference from road sensors
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