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Bontrager Trip 300 Bike Computer

Bontrager Trip 300 Bike Computer

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Bontrager Trip 300 Bike Computer

Bontrager's wireless Trip 300 bike computer displays essential ride data in large, easy-to-read text. The Trip 300 is the perfect computer for training or all around riding.

- ANT+ enabled, 2.4 GHz digital signal
- Current, average, and maximum speed, cadence, and heart rate
- Trip distance, programmable odometer with auto start/stop and 200 hour rollover
- Clock (12/24-hour) and total ride time with pacer and scan mode
- Includes universal mount, adjustable handlebar mount available
- ANT+ sensors sold separately

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  • ANT+ sensors sold separately
 
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    1.5 stars

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    Pros

    • Easy to 'mainpulate' 
    • Easy to read--great 
    • Very readable display 

    Cons

    • Cadence not consistent 
    • Cadence not functional 
    • Complex clumsy start 
    • Distance wrong 
    • No custom wheel size 

    Best Uses

    • Trip distance--that's all 
    • Wasting money 

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    1.0

    Expensive Paperweight

    By WillMn

    from Minneapolis, Mn

    About Me Intermediate

    Pros

    • Very Readable Display

    Cons

    • No Custom Wheel Size
    • Distance Wrong

    Best Uses

    • Wasting Money

    Comments:

    Bought this thinking a 2.4ghz more expensive wireless speedometer would keep accurate speed. On my first trip out, I went 10 miles. Speedometer said - 95 miles. Piece of junk. Also, neither I nor the shop could figure out how to set a custom wheel size. It's in the manual, but the speedometer won't do it, just generic "700x25c".

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    2.0

    not an improvement on 15 year old technologies

    By Cal35

    from Warwick, RI

    About Me Intermediate

    Pros

    • Easy To Read--great
    • Easy To 'mainpulate'

    Cons

    • Complex Clumsy Start
    • Cadence Not Functional
    • Cadence Not Consistent

    Best Uses

    • Trip Distance--that's All

    Comments:

    Wanted to work on some indoor cadence drills over the winter and the avg. speed. and trip distance works fine but the cadence is: 1. inconsistent with number jumping from 30 to 86 to 109 every few seconds--VERY frustrating; 2. Cadence too often says 00 (doesn't work at all on many rides). Con: 3 Poor starting mechanism.

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