So I figger I'll ask my fellow 'clyde' forum members who's been around a while and ride a lot. My Blackburn wired 'Delphi' computer (after about 3 years) has suffered some kind of stroke. It pains me to have to replace it, because thats money I need to spend somewhere else, but I still need a good, reliable computer. Was thinking about trying the Sigma BC 1106 wireless, or something similar. Years back I had a Cateye cordless 2 computer and a fancy VDO 'C4-DS' computer and both of them had issues I didnt like. Was wondering if wireless technology has gotten any better the last 5 years.
Any wireless Sigma users out there? Or what about the Cateye micro wireless? I heard thast wasnt a bad computer. So what say you guys? I dont need cadence, mainly just the basics with programable odo and large screen. Something not too fancy, but nice still. I ride regularly and need a good, reliable wireless computer that will last a while with hopefully only minor issues. The VDO computer was a complete bomb. It would "zero out" for miles at a time, and at the end of a 20 mile ride would register maybe 12 miles. I dont need any of that crap.
Any thoughts or experieces? I wanna hear it!