CatEye Strada Slim Black CC-RD310W Slim

3 Reviews
$69.95
SKU: 1603800

In Stock

Available: 74

Smooth, Sleek & Slimmed down - like the riders and bikes it's designed for.


Features

  • Analog wireless
  • ClickTec™ button interface
  • Pace arrow
  • Dual tire size
  • Customizable display
  • Programmable odometer
  • Auto start / stop
  • Menu screen to change setting
  • Slim sensor mounting inside front fork
  • Low profile bracket

Media

Road.cc product review


Features

  • Analog wireless
  • ClickTec™ button interface
  • Pace arrow
  • Dual tire size
  • Customizable display
  • Programmable odometer
  • Auto start / stop
  • Menu screen to change setting
  • Slim sensor mounting inside front fork
  • Low profile bracket

Functions

  • Current / average / maximum speed
  • Trip distance 1 & 2
  • Total distance
  • Elapsed time
  • Clock

Tech Specs

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

Dimension:47.0 X32.0 X12.5mm
Weight:12 grams
The factory-loaded battery life might be shorter than the specification above.
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
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Ratings & Reviews

3 reviews

Computer is interfered with by other electronics

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I have been a wide consumer of cateye products and recommend cateye products to my friends and family. The Cateye Strada Slim would be one product that i would not recommend. Installing the computer was pretty straightforward, using simple elastics to secure the computer to the stem and fork. I had to use a spacer made of electrical tape to bring the sensor close enough to the magnet.
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<br>Unfortunately, my Samsung Galaxy S5 which i keep on a handlebar mount causes the computer to stop registering and reads 0mph.
<br>The same thing happens when the Cateye Volt 300 is next to it.
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<br>Also, max speed is bugged, often saying that the max speed was 65mph when the most i ever reach is upper 30's. This has happened on multiple occasions

All The Basics

Unlike another reviewer, I do not incorporate a cell phone while riding. Mine is kept tucked away in a rear jersey pocket. Therefore, outside electrical interference is at a minimum. What I like about this computer is how well & snugly it fits into a genuine CatEye “out front” bracket; easy to see & read. And unlike the much bigger Padrone, this one has a pace arrow.
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<br>Also…using a (name withheld) brand headlight, it works with the headlight in ANY mode; flashing, steady, whatever. So if you’re “old school” like me & just need the basics from a bike computer, you should check out this one. I now own two!

Great Little Gadget

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Does exactly what I need it to do. Had a local shop order since they don't regularly stock. It's a lot smaller than I imagined. Even the manager of the shop said it's the sleekest computer he's seen. Small package doesn't compromise the display though. I'm 57 with a bit less than perfect vision(still don't wear glasses)and have zero issues seeing it. I wear a Polar M430 also. Speed is within about 1 mph, and distances within about a tenth of a mile.

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