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Old 07-21-03, 12:47 PM   #1
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decent wireless comp

whats a decent wireless cyclecomputer for around (or under) $30? weather/rain resistance would be a definate plus.

do any computers have a thermometer as a reading? that would be neat
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Old 07-21-03, 01:23 PM   #2
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Good luck for under 30 bucks and wireless.
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Good wireless.. Yes.. The '03 Cateye wireless is a good one, and goes for about $60. The '02 model was more expensive, but if you can find one you may get a deal on it.. As far as weather proof? Most are.... In fact I have yet to find one that isn't. Thermometer? Yep.. Cateye also makes one that has a thermometer in it. Also has a barametric altimeter in it. I used one for about a year, and when I replaced my bike I replaced it as well.. It works fine, but living in the Seattle area, our barametric pressure changes every few minutes I think.. And I wanted a wireless.. It retailed for about $100. If you are interested in it, I'll sell it to you for $50. I have all the paperwork and the box..

I think about the only thing you may get for under $30 in the cycling world is advise... Happy riding.
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I have this one and the 2000 with the HRM. No problems.
http://www.supergo.com/itemdisplay.a...ompany=Supergo
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