|Ciclosport CM-434||Jay H|
Aug 21, 2003 6:07 AM
|Has anybody tried this? Has a barometric altitude gauge, if anything, it could predict low-pressure fronts!. How is the computer's speed, does it tell you if you are over or under your current average speed and does the speed read into the tenths when over 20mph. I never understood why the Cateyes go to .5 mph increments over 20mph, if it's just the inaccuracies of the pickup/magnet or some kind of design limitation/flaw.
Anyway, if anybody has used the 434, tell me if it's any good..
|re: Ciclosport CM-434||Alphamoose|
Aug 22, 2003 4:31 PM
|I have a 436, that's the version with the computer interface, and I like it loads. It certainly does have the arrow to indicate above/below average speed, as far as I know it always indicates speed in tenths of MPH regardless of your speed.
Altitude is pretty nice, since it's barometric I just calibrate it at home before I start my ride (or before I load my bike on the car, whichever) and it seems to track fairly well.