Sigma Sport BC 506 Computer

Sigma Sport BC 506 Computer 

DESCRIPTION

  • Self-explaining icons
  • Automatic scan mode
  • Actual speed
  • Trip distance
  • Total distance

USER REVIEWS

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[Dec 30, 2009]
Triple777ER
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

-Does what it is supposed to do
-Distance(km/miles), current speed,
-Ease of setup(stem or handlebar)
-Very tight fit, so you don't have to move it around after every ride
-Works well after riding in the wet
-Long battery life

Weakness:

-No average speed
-No max speed

A good buy for an entry level rider, unless you want max speed, average speed, calories etc, you would want to go for the Cateye Velo 5.
I've been using this for about 2 weeks now and has showed no flaws at all.
Bottom line, its a great entry level computer, you'll be better off buying this one rather than any department store models which stop functioning after a while(get affected by rain)

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
[Aug 10, 2007]
bin zhu
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

price, ease of installation, ease of use

Weakness:

none

can't beat the low price.
does exactly as advertised.
take minutes to install(without zip ties).
includes all basic features like speed, trip/overall odometer, time. no other fancy features

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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