Cateye CC-MC200W Micro Wireless Computer

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The Micro Wireless is the leading seller in CatEye's popular cycle computer range.

It's easy to see why this is the case. The MC200W has 9 Functions: Current Speed, Total Distance, Trip Distance 1, Elapsed Time 1, Average Speed 1, Max Speed, Clock, Pace Arrow, Auto Power Saving Mode, Sleep Mode and Auto Mode. It'll also do Trip Distance 2. A new feature in the MC200-W is the stopwatch, so you can time individual efforts, without resetting your elapsed time. You can also adjust which functions you want to see on the display, so what matters most for you is always visible.

9 Features including a programmable odometer, LED backlight and the genius mounting system that lets you place the computer on either the fork or stem. The Sensor is a universal fit and will easily fit to either onto the forks of your MTB or roadie.

This stylish little package hits the scales at just 26g and uses the very common CR2032 batteries in both the sensor and the computer.

The computer is 53.5mm x 36mm x 17.5mm.

 
The Manual for the Cateye Micro Wireless MC200W can be found here.

 

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Just getting into cycling again

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Just getting into cycling again with my wife and these little computers have been.fantastic

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Cateye CC-MC200W Micro Wireless Computer4990173023943

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