Nashbar Wireless Computer Computers

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Nashbar Wireless Computer

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[Jun 02, 2008]
firedog08
Triathlete

OVERALL
RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
1
Strength:

If you can really ride 75 mph it can keep up.

Weakness:

Not reliable.
Piece o'junk.

Ever heard "you get what you pay for"? I knew I wasn't getting top of the line, but I at least expected it to do the basic functions that it was advertised to do.

Problem is that the computer is affected by highline wires, cell phones, and apparently flat panel monitors (my max speed while sitting at my desk writing this review has been 75.9 mph). I can be cruising along at a steady pace and all of a sudden the speedometer starts jumping around to different speeds.

In a recent time-trial training ride, it totally reset my time and distance back to zero about 3/4 of the way through the ride.

Called Nashbar and they said turn off my cell phone and don't ride near highline wires -- or -- get a better computer. They said they would replace or refund if I paid shippping.

Let's see ... shipping fees, insurance, time and gas spent going to the post office. Nevermind.

Big help.

[May 29, 2007]
Tom
Recreational Rider

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Inexpensive. Easy to install. Simple display. Average speed display.

Weakness:

Display a little small

Good computer for the price. I have one on my MTB and one on my road bike.

Similar Products Used:

Cat eye Micro, Cat eye solar-these were expensive and didn't last

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