About CatEye Velo 9 Computer
The newly designed Velo 9 is CatEye’s entry level 9 function computer.
- New, larger screen is even easier to read
- Improved set up process with pre-programmed tire sizes.
- Current speed measurement
- Average speed measurement
- Max speed measurement
- Trip distance
- Elapsed time
- Calorie consumption
- Carbon offset measurement to help you track how much of an environmental difference you are making.
- Current speed - 0.0~199.9 km/h
- Elapsed time - 0:00༼"~9:59ཷ"
- Trip distance - 0.00~999.99km
- Average speed - 0.0~199.9km/h
- Maximum speed - 0.0~199.9 km/h
- Calorie consumption - 0~99999 kcal
- Carbon offset - 0.00~999.99 kg
- Total distance - 0~99999km
- Clock - 0:00'~23:59'
- Pace arrow - Yes
- Auto power saving - Yes
- Auto start/stop - Yes
- Tire size - 16"/18"/20"/22"/24"/26"/700C or 100cm~299cm (default:26")
- Battery - Lithium battery CR2032X1
- Battery life - approx 3 years (1hr use per day, may vary depending on environment.)
- Dimension - 55.5x37.5x18.5mm
- Weight - 28 grams
More About The Manufacturer CatEye
CatEye is a Japanese company. It is a manufacturer of cycle computers, lights and reflectors, which sell worldwide. It was founded in 1954 in Osaka, Japan. The company developed the first flashing bicycle light in 1964, and other innovations that it first introduced into the marketplace include flashing LED headlamps. It released its first cycle computer in 1981. It currently employs 224 people. While the company's head office and design teams are in Japan, today many components are manufactured in its Chinese factories and subsidiaries. The company's official mission statement is: "To add value to all aspects of our society, including safety, environment and health related issues".