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Commit to Your Commute with Cateye

July 13, 2010

Earlier this year Cateye released the CC-COM10W. The first ever cycle computer designed specifically for those who ride transportation. The computer features all of the typical data you would expect from a cyclometer, but ads features that Cateye hopes will benefit the commuter.

The commuter computer features an estimated time of arrival function, clock, temperature, and back light help you stay on schedule.  The new larger font size makes it even easier to read trip details with a quick glance.  Another cool feature targeted specifically at the environmentally conscious cyclist is Carbon Offset information.  The Carbon Offsets are computed by using a fixed 150g/km or 240g/mile figure and multiplying it by the distance ridden.  It tracks it in real time and shows day to day, week to week, month to month and total carbon saved. You will not only feel better from the ride, you’ll feel better about the ride.

cateye commuter compuerFunctions
– ETA (Estimated time of arrival)
– Temperature
– Current, average & maximum speed
– Trip distance
– Elapsed time
– 12/24 hour clock

Features
– Calendar from 1/1/00 to 12/31/99 in dd/mm, mm/dd formats
– Programmable total distance (initial setup only)
– Distances: today & yesterday, this & last week, this & last month, this & last year, total distance
– Carbon Offset: today & yesterday, this & last week, this & last month, this & last year, total carbon offset (offset 150g carbon/km or 240g/mile)
– Total time
– One tire size
– Backlight with night mode
– Visual 10 segment count-up distance to destination with arrival alert
– ClickTec™ button technology
– New FlexTight™ bracket
– Average speed pacer
– Auto start/stop
– Auto power-save mode (date & clock)
– Sleep mode

Specifications
– Fits almost any handlebar or stem: 22-31.8mm
– Fits almost any fork: 11-55mm
– Battery: CR2032 x 2 (1 each for head unit and sensor)

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