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Sigma WirelessJoshua
May 24, 2002 4:16 AM
I am consideringn getting the upgrade kit for my bc1400 to make it wireless. If any one has any thoughts or experience with these kits please let me know, thanks.
re: Sigma Wirelessshutterbiker
May 24, 2002 4:53 AM
i have wireless upgrade for my bc800. it works well, but had to replace original batteries pretty quickly. new batteries have lasted for a good while now.
works great.Jekyll
May 24, 2002 5:28 AM
I've run their wireless kits on both road and MTB without any real problems. The only hick up I've had is with on the wireless unit I used on my road bike. Sometimes it would not auto start - you had to bush the little button on the wireless mount (receiver) to get it to start registering info.
works great.Juanmoretime
May 24, 2002 5:55 AM
I have the same set up. The BC1400 and the wireless. The batteries that come with it stink, short life. Once I replaced them, no problem. This is the 3rd wireless I've had and the best to date. My cateye 2 wouldn't work, even with fresh batteries when the temps would drop below 40. The BC 1400 setup is also very durable, I'm using it on my Santa Cruz Superlight and have been for a year. I used wired computers on the road. I was getting tired of ripping wires out riding off road.
re: Sigma Wirelesslaffeaux
May 24, 2002 11:32 AM
Same opinoins as the others. I have a BC600 with the wireless kit on my MTB and works fine. The first set of batteries did die quickly. I've had no problems with it otherwise.