Count 8 Wireless Cyclometer

    € 23.00

    Designed for measuring and analysing your cycling.

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    SKU: S1036 (1340612)
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    This bike is eligible under the Bike to work scheme
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    Product benefits
    1. Ease of use
      Ease of use
      Intuitive, simplified programming, large ergonomic buttons.
    2. Parameter measurement
      Current/average/max speed; current/total distance; time; timer; speed comparison
    3. Easy assembly / dismantling
      Extremely quick and easy tool-free fitting on the stem or handlebar. Wireless.
    4. Easy reading
      Large display and numbers for quick and easy reading.
    5. Durability
      Watertight assembly, durable case.
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    Product feature
    1. Speed functions
      Instant, 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
    3.2 / 5
    589 reviews
    460 users recommend this product
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    • So so

      Gerty (United Kingdom)
      Used for 2 to 8 weeks
      I liked the price and the in store comparison sheet said it showed temperature which would be pretty handy for mountain biking. It doesn't show temperature. The sensor generally needs to be lined up with the magnet EVERY ride. Even if it's just been in the garage. When it works it's decent enough. Normally pretty close to Strava. Went over the bars the other day and broke the little bit of plastic that joins the unit to the mount. Currently improvising a mount with the rubber bit that goes on the back of the mount, double sided tape and a silicon band. The whole thing really isn't robust enough for mountain biking even when I manage to stay on the bike.

      Fanglin (United Kingdom)
      Used for 2 to 8 weeks
      I got this two weeks ago and have used it only a few times on my bike. However, while I was cycling today though some bumps, the computer fell of and the plastic pieces at the back of the main body was broken. The design is clearly flawed and the computer was never securely connected to the holder. Then I called to ask if this situation is covered by the warranty, only to receive an ice-cold "no", referring to my problem as my own "mistake." What can I say about this fragile product with awful build quality and the poor customer service unlike the advertised rosy "365 day return" ? I've been a loyal customer for Decathlon for a few years and because of this incident I will not step into another one of Decathlon store's door. Congrats Decathlon, you just lost another customer.
      Response of the brand
      Thank you for taking the time to post a review of the cycle computer. I'm unsure what happened or why it fell off.
      Could you tell me which store you bought your item from and which store refused the return?
      Peter Lazarus, National Cycling Manager, DECATHLON
    • doesn’t connect

      Andy (United Kingdom)
      Used for 2 to 8 weeks
      I now need to take this back into the store, having set it up it fails to connect regardless of having reviewed the fitting instructions on you tube to ensure it’s not user error
      I’m sure that when it works it’s a great bit of kit just need it to work first
    • Hard to fit on fat handlebars, and doesn't work!

      Brian (United Kingdom)
      Used for 1 week or less
      On a road bike with "fat handlebars" it is very difficult to get the unit attached as the expanding band is not intended to reach that far. But it can be achieved - just - after a lot of effort. No point doing the set up until it's attached to the bike, as it's far too easy to keep pressing the reset function, meaning it has to be re-done.

      But, after all that it did not work - i.e. the screen works, but does not pick up the speed from the remote. So it's going back to the store.
      Response of the brand
      I'm sorry to read that the sensor did not function correctly. We have a new model which has been totally redesigned which attaches to the rear hub using a completely different interface, frequency and fixing mechanism:
      A vastly improved product.
      Peter Lazarus, National Cycling Manager, DECATHLON
      Brian was satisfied with this answer
    • Works well

      Brian (United Kingdom)
      Used for 7 to 12 months
      On my second of these - the first was on a bike which was stolen and I've just managed to lose the pick up sensor on the new one. Shame that you can't by this as a spare part.
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