Modern and multi-functional. Sigma's BC2209 Topline MHR STS Triple Wireless Cycle Computer w/Altimeter features altitude, speed, heart rate, cadence and temperature. Using the included wrist strap, you can even venture off the bike and record data. A larg
Strengths: Works quite well altimeter need to be pratically everyday adjusted thats not nice
Weaknesses: Tragic twist off way of mounting the computer on the stand o lost the computer on my last mtb marathon when you push the buttons during the ride , you may accidentaly twist the computer off hardly niot reccomand this stuff
As mentioned the worrest thing in 2209 Sigma is the twist off mounting system all the features that this computer has is nothing in compare how easy you can loose it.There are many such an accident i ve heard it from Sigma distributor
Bike Setup: Specialized S-Works Stumpjumper Carbon 2010 26"wheels
a Cross Country Rider
Date Reviewed: April 15, 2012
Strengths: Lots, easy to read, worked first time out of the box still going strong.
Use it for commuting to work - touring bike- 40kms one way and has been very good.
Had it 2 months and have ridden in cold and wet Calgary weather. Pleased with
performance and would highly recommend it. Docking station is nice to review rides
at home and log for training. My 2nd cycle computer, 1st wireless = pretty sweet.
Just detach and not worry about theft. Heart rate monitor is next, just keep forgetting to pack it to work!
Weaknesses: Instructions - German to English translations lack a bit of transfer.
All batteries are supplied but would like to see more rechargeables added to future
Im thinking about taking things to the next level and getting myself a decent computer / altimeter / HRM capable of riding data DL to the comp... I am heavily leaning towards buying the Sigma BC 2209 MHR which can be seen in full detail here:
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