Challenge 16 Function Wireless Bike Computer333/5277

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About this product

This 16 function bike computer from Challenge is ideal for tracking your ride. Great for keen cyclists, this handy computer is easy to fit and will give you statistics including current speed and trip distance.

Fitting bracket included.

  • Batteries required: 1 x button cell (included) plus 1 x 12V (included) .
  • EAN: 5037395700333.

37 reviews

Overall rating (3.3)

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3 / 5
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Don't get this i

Don't get this if you have a mountain bike with disc brakes as it won't work the pickup from the wheel is to far away from the bike fork to make it work

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4 / 5
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A reasonavbl basic bike computer

Easy to set up but important to follow the instructions. Tricky to change the time, in fact I have not worked it out yet but everything else seems fine. Distance is pretty accurate and matches a Garmin.

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5 / 5
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Good value for money computer

A replacement for a much more expensive make. Easy to set up and use.

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does it have a calorie used counter

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Hi, thank you for your question.

I have looked into your query and I can advise that the Challenge 16 Function Wireless Bike Computer does not have a calorie used counter.

Thanks for using Argos Q&A.

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What is the difference between the Challenge 14 and 16 one?

Michael Shortstuff

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The main difference between Challenge 14 and Challenge 16 is that the Challenge 16 has a wirelless transmission of wheel data. Therefore there are no wires to track up the forks between the sensor and readout display on the handle bars.

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The 16 one as got more functions on it then then 14

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can it be fitted to to the back wheel set up on a trainer

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Hi Cochise,

Thank you for your question.

I can confirm that this bike computer can be set up on the rear wheel of a training bike.

Thanks for using Q&A.

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