WHAT ADVANTAGES TO A WIRELESS CYCLING COMPUTER?
November 28, 2005
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I have a computer question.
This is nagging me. I went to a wireless unit a while back.
Sure, it looks cleaner, but it certainly adds a ton of weight.
The wireless is definitely heavier. So, if aesthetics only
adds weight, what's the point of going wireless on a road
The two main advantages seem to
involve installation and placement. Some folks find it a
huge hassle to wind the sensors wire around the fork,
stem, and handlebar, where the cable ties and such interfere
with brake and/or shift cables. Your hassle might vary.
Also, some people like that they can put the wireless display
on something other than their handlebarslike, say,
their wrist. Why? Dunno. Dick Tracy wannabes, maybe.