CatEye Enduro Black/Red CC-ED400

2 Reviews
SKU: 1603400

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A new look for an old favorite, the CatEye Enduro features a large, easy to read screen combined with a heavy-duty wiring kit for extra durability.


  • Heavy-duty wired computer
  • Auto start / stop
  • Pace arrow
  • Simple tire size
  • Programmable odometer
  • Zip tie mount compatible with FlexTight™ universal bracket


  • Current speed
  • Maximum speed
  • Average speed
  • Trip distance
  • Total distance
  • Elapsed time
  • Calorie consumption
  • Carbon offset
  • Clock

Tech Specs

Current speed:0.0 (4.0) ~199.9 km/h [0.0 (3.0) ~124.9 mph]
Elapsed time: 0:00'00"~9:59'59"
Trip distance:0.00~999.99km [mile]
Average speed: 0.0~199.9km/h [0.0 ~124.9 mph]
Maximum speed: 0.0 ~199.9 km/h [0.0 ~124.9 mph]
Calorie consumption: 0 ~99999 kcal
Carbon offset: 0.00 ~999.99 kg
Total distance:0~99999km [mile]
Clock: 0:00'~23:59' [1:00'~12:59']
Pace arrow:Yes
Auto power saving:Yes
Auto start/stop:Yes
Tire size:16"/ 18"/ 20"/ 22"/ 24"/ 26"/ 700C or 100cm~299cm (default:26")
Battery:Lithium battery CR2032X1
Battery life:approx 3 years (1hr use per day, may vary depending on environment.)
Weight:28 grams
The factory-loaded battery life might be shorter than the specification above.
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.

Ratings & Reviews

2 reviews

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9/7/2016 5:48 am

It's nice but two things needed

donna jean -

I wish it was rechargable, I didn't realize that it wasn't and I wish it had a backlight. I ride very early in the morning and can't see it, needs to have a backlight.

3/12/2018 6:00 pm

New Enduro


I have two of the older Enduro models and they appear indestructible so I expect this one will be too. There is one feature this one doesn't have that the older ones did and that's the ability to reset the Odometer to the total distance after a battery change or when replacing an older cyclometer. I know a couple of the current "Velo" models allow this and I wish the Enduro still did.

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