Cateye Strada Slim Wireless
Cateye Strada Slim Wireless
This smaller package still boasts the same great cycling features and functionality of the Strada Wireless; along with a larger screen and the ability to customise your display by showing only the functions you have selected.
Top Features of the Cateye Strada Slimline Head Unit and Road Sensor
- Head unit dimensions: 47x32x12.5mm
- Sensor dimensions: 67.7x30x7.6mm
- Weight: 12g
- Current speed： 0.0(4.0)～105.9km/h
- Total distance： 0.0～9999.9/10000-99999km
- Trip distance 1： 0.00～999.99km
- Trip distance 2: 0.00～999.99/1000.0～9999.9km
- Elapsed time: 0:00'00"～9:59'59"
- Average speed: 0.0～105.9km/h
- Maximum speed： 0.0(4.0)～105.9km/h
- Wireless transmission： Speed
- Clock： 0:00'～23:59' [1:00'～12:59']
- Pace arrow: Yes
- Auto power saving: Yes
- Auto mode: Yes
- Dual tire size: Yes
- Tire size: 100mm～3999mm (default：A 2096mm/ B 2096mm)
- Battery: Computer: CR1616 X1 Sensor: CR2032 X1
- Battery life: Computer： approx 1 year (1hr use per day) Sensor： approx 10,000km [6,250miles] in total distance
- Supplied with SPD-02 road bike sensor kit
- Mph settings
- Comparison vs Strada wireless:
- Computer Head units: 35% thinner, 35% lighter, 27% less volume
- LCD Screen size: 23% larger
- Sensor size: 47% thinner, Same weight, 25% less volume
- Battery consumption: Up to 75% less energy.
- (The factory-loaded battery life might be shorter than the specification above)
A new era of compact cyclo-computers: Newly designed circuitry and increased efficiency allows for a smaller battery, so the Strada Slimline cyclo-computer and sensor can be thinner and lighter.
The head unit has a 23% bigger screen, yet is 35% thinner and lighter. The Strada Slimline is not only the sleekest, most aerodynamic cyclo-computer in over 30 years of Cateye innovation, it is also the most efficient; using smaller batteries it consumes up to 75% less energy. The tiny speed sensor is 47% thinner and fits seamlessly inside the fork stay. For those that appreciate great lines and sleek looks on their bike, the Strada Slimline ticks all the boxes.
IMPORTANT: The included speed sensor may not be used with bikes that have a large space between the front fork and spoke. The clearance between the front fork face and spoke must be 12-17mm. If your bike has measurements outside of that spectrum, Wiggle recommends the use of a Cateye SPD-01 analog speed sensor, which is also compatible with the Strada Slimline.
About Cycle Computers
Cycle computers help you make the most of your time on the bike and are a great training tool, they have many functions including speed, distance, maximum speed, average speed and some even feature cadence (pedal revolutions). Trying to keep your average speed a bit higher or finish a familiar route in a new record time will give you the inspiration needed to push harder, get fitter and achieve that goal. If you commute on the same route every day, a computer injects a bit of interest. Cordless computers are easier to fit and look neater on the bike, meaning no messy cables to try and tidy up. If you're serious about improving your fitness, a computer with a cadence function will really help and these often read from the rear wheel, allowing them to be used with a turbo trainer.
About the Cateye brand
Cateye is the leading manufacturer of cycle computers, bike lights and reflectors. In 1964, Cateye became the first company to create a flashing lamp for bicycles. Cateye invented the first battery headlamp in 1982, and the very first bicycle headlamp using white LEDs in 2001. Cat Eye is a true leader in lens and reflector technology; Cateye's Opticube lens and reflectors allow them to make one of the brightest and most efficient LED headlights in the world.