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Specialized Speed ZoneElite Comp.(5 posts)

Specialized Speed ZoneElite Comp.PEDDLEFOOT
Jan 29, 2003 7:49 AM
Anyone have experience with the Speed Zone Elite or any Speed Zone computer.Any other good wireless around 50.00 to 100.00 dollars.Any advice would be appreciated.Thanks.
re: Specialized Speed ZoneElite Comp.mainframe
Jan 29, 2003 7:56 AM
I've used a SZE for two+ years with no problems. The cadence function works great. Once learned, data input is a breeze.
re: Specialized Speed ZoneElite Comp.HillRepeater
Jan 29, 2003 10:25 AM
You're talking about the one that looks like a fob-watch or a compass, right?

I've used that one for a while and like it. It works well and has lots of nice features, especially for the price. It looks a little strange, but the desgin allows you to see lots of info at one time.

Biggest complaint is that you disconnect the computer without breaking out screwdriver. This prevents you from moving it easily between bikes; from taking it off the bike during rainy day transports; etc.
re: Specialized Speed ZoneElite Comp.JL
Jan 29, 2003 10:48 AM
I've had one going on two years. No real complaints. Just remember to reset it before each ride or you won't gather any info. No problems between my HRM and the wireless sensor. The wired cadence piece does the job.

Next time I might buy the Pro version for the inclinometer, but I'm living without just fine for now.

Happy riding.

JL
re: Specialized Speed Zone Procyclopathic
Jan 30, 2003 12:32 PM
$99 has the best altimiter on market. We have several guys using it and after a century the diff in reading on say 4 computers will be less then 100'. The only drawback it resets after 10hr not good for long rides.