Cateye CC-ED300 Enduro 8-Function Bicycle Computer
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Product Description

Intermediate distance feature is perfect for interval changing.

Featuring a heavy-duty sensor wire suitable for off-road riding and accompanied by universal handlebar and front-fork mounts, this bicycle computer displays current speed, maximum speed (up to 65 mph), average speed, trip distance, second-trip distance, total distance, elapsed time, and 12/24-hour clock. The dual trip-distance functions keep track of intermediate or multi-day distances. Other features include dual tire size, programmable display, pace arrow, manual-set option for the odometer, automatic start/stop, and automatic power-saving mode. The computer runs on a CR2032 battery (included). Maximum wired transmission distance is 27 inches. Like all Cateye bicycle computers, this one is ultrasonically welded and water-resistant.

Specifications:

  • Handlebar mount size: 22-32 mm
  • Fork mount size: 11-55 mm
  • Battery: CR2032 (included)
  • Maximum wired transmission distance: 27" (70 cm)

About Cateye
Founded in 1946 in Osaka, Japan, CatEye is the leading manufacturer of cycle computers, lights, and reflectors to cyclists in the world. In 1964, CatEye was the first in the industry to create a flashing lamp for bicycles, followed by their first battery headlamp in 1982, and the very first bicycle head lamp using white LEDs in 2001. The company's Opticube lens and reflectors make the brightest and most efficient LED headlights. while their LD500 remains the only rear safety light that can meet the rigorous CPSC standards for reflectivity.

Features:
  • 8-function bicycle computer with universal handlebar and sensor mounts
  • Displays speed, max speed, average speed, trip distance, 2nd trip distance, total distance, elapsed time, clock
  • Dual tire size, automatic start/stop, automatic power-saving mode
  • Heavy-duty sensor wire permits off-road riding
  • CR2032 battery included

Customer Reviews:

  • By far the best.
    This is by far the best value wired cycle computer. The wire is thick and will withstand a bit of pulling and crashes....more info
  • Very nice gadget!
    I am at the begginer level on bicycling, and this mini computer is all that I want. Installation is very easy and the operation of the functions are easy too. I usually ride by night, so I guess a back light would be fine, but is not a big deal... I mean... for the price.
    Great device... ...more info
  • Happy Customer
    I've had 3 of these computers over 2 years and have been totally satisfied. I bought the Enduro 8 model because of its "heavy duty cabling" which I thought would work best on my bikes. And it has. It's easy to set up, easy to use, provides all of the essential info a biker needs and is also easy on the wallet. I haven't had to replace any of the batteries yet - they're supposed to last for 3+ years. My only issue is I had to buy a replacement cable because my yanked out because I hadn't allowed enough slack running down the suspension fork. But at least it was possible to order replacement parts directly from Cateye....more info
  • Needs better QC
    I bought one of this in Oct 2007. Lasted me about 10 months before it failed with semi-displayed digits that no amount of resetting or change of batteries could fix. I have since bought another one which is exactly the same model and I immediately noticed a difference between the 2 units.

    The first unit that I bought had an incredible clock drift. Every week, the clock would drift about 10 minutes, even when it was newly purchased. This new unit's clock has so far been stable for the past 3 weeks. The clock drift is around the same as my PC. Now, I'm not sure if there's been a redesign of the unit since the last purchase (eg. changing from a simple RC oscillator to a crystal oscillator) but I suspect that the original unit had some faulty components in it and was doomed to fail early from the start.

    Early failure aside, the things I liked about this model are:
    1. Does its job well. Just plug it in and cycle. I think that the odometer's off by about 100m for every 5km but I think that a car's odometer is probably off by much more and you can tweak the settings here to match your bike more exactly.
    2. Waterproof. I accidentally left my new computer in my bicycle jersey yesterday when I soaked it in a pail for 15 minutes or so. Luckily, it was still working when I tested it this morning.
    3. Works in any weather condition. I've used the old one when cycling in -15C winters and it still worked after that. Granted that it failed early but I suspect it wasn't really the fault of the cold weather.

    I'm happy enough to buy a new unit after the last one failed but I think that I would have rated it higher and have been less annoyed if they had better quality control. I rated it 4 here but I think that it's really a 3.5/5, an option that is unavailable.

    Update: I received an email reply from Cateye within 1 week of them receiving my old unit. They identified the cause of the error and promised to replace my old unit with a new one. I'm impressed with the fast customer service....more info
  • happy with it
    I did research and decided to try this. It works great. Nice big M.P.H. display. My only complaint is that the instructions were written by someone who has a strong dislike for humans. Other than this, I really like it...more info
  • happy with it
    I did research and decided to try this. It works great. Nice big M.P.H. display. My only complaint is that the instructions were written by someone who has a strong dislike for humans. Other than this, I really like it...more info
  • Catey CC-ED300
    Mounted this on the front tire of a Trek Mountain Bike. It seems like most of these bike computers are made for road bikes, but this one will work on a mountain bike. It has worked well for the month I have had it. The user interface is awkward and the instructions are difficult to understand at best, but after an hour of deciphering the included hieroglyphics, I was able to use the thing. Once I got the hang of the computer, it has been pretty easy to use. The display is laid out well, It will give you current speed, and time elapsed, or current speed and distance, which is what I use most often. I think this computer is worth the money....more info
  • GREAT BIKE COMPUTER
    The new Enduro 8 has a new design with larger numbers. Heavy duty wire works well for off-road riding. Dual trip distance keep track of intermediate or multi-day distances. The new speed sensor mounting will work with almost any size or shape fork

    Functions...
    Current speed
    Maximum speed
    Average speed
    Odometer
    Trip distance
    Trip distance 2
    Elapsed time
    Clock


    Features...
    Heavy duty sensor cable
    Programmable display
    Auto start/stop
    Auto power-saving mode
    Pace arrow
    Programmable odometer
    Universal speed magnet and sensor
    Dual tire size

    This is my 2nd Cateye bike computer and I loved it.
    ...more info
  • Good Basic Computer for Mountain Bike
    Though suitable for road or mountain bike, the heavier duty cable on the Cateye Enduro 8 make it better able to withstand the abuse of offroad cycling. The Cateye Mity is the same computer with standard cabling and can sometimes be found for less....more info
  • Works great!
    This thing is great! If you're looking for a cyclocomptuer that has the basics and is not too expensive, then this is the one to get.

    I've only it had for a week or so, but I am very pleased with it. I previously had a Bell 15 function wireless. What a piece of garbage that was. Worked for all of 5 minutes.

    This one is wired, which is fine with me. The wire is black and my bike is black so you can't even see it. For those who complain they don't like the look of the wire on their bike, I'd like to ask them how they deal with looking at all of the other wires on their bike, like the brake cables and the gear shift cables. Stay away from wireless ones as they are prone to interference.

    The only drawback is that the directions are not very straight-forward and can be a little confusing, but they provide drawings as well.

    Once you get it hooked up it's a piece of cake to use. It's got an automatic feature that's wonderful. Just start riding the bike and the unit turns on and starts tracking you riding time, trip distance, speed, avg speed and top speed. So easy to use. ...more info