Bontrager Trip 200
How fast, how far, and how long? Bontrager's Trip 200 computer wirelessly displays current, average, and maximum speed, current and total mileage, ride time, a clock and temperature, even calories burned. You can mount it on your stem or your bars with the universal mount and it's wireless to keep your ride tidy.
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Bought it two years ago, stopped working after about 18 months. Replaced the batteries, made spacing adjustments, no luck.
didn't realize there was a battery in the sending unit and it stopped working just like my trip 100 did after 3 years only this one died after 3 months. changed the A23 sending unit battery and it began working fine. Bought a second battery for my trip 100 and now I have two working computers.
I have owned several cycle computers over the years and most were considerable cheaper than this one. This think since day one has had trouble staying connected. I spent so much time adjusting it to get it to pick up that I finally just gave up. Completely worthless to me.
I have had two of these and each have died after 12-14 months. They are great when they work but totally unreliable after a year. I won't waste my money on them again.
I wanted something that would tell me the estimate calories burned and this was the one. The temp was a plus. I did a lot of searching around for any reviews but couldn't find one. I took the chance anyways and I'm glad I bought this computer. It works great. I want to write a review hope to help someone make that decision. Trust me u will love it just as much as I did. Bought a Bell wireless first but was not accurate. Returned it and bought this one. You get what you pay. The number on it was so readable even my buddy can see how fast I was going.