Bell 20-Function Speedometer

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  • Current, average and maximum speed
  • Trip distance and timer
  • Temperature
  • About this item

    Track your rides with the Bell 20 Function Wireless Bike Speedometer. This digital bike speedometer measures your current, average and maximum speed for further analysis. Fitness freaks and sportsmen can benefit a lot from this Bell 20 Function Speedometer as it even keeps a track of the calories burnt from during rides. In addition, it also indicates temperature, measures the total distance travelled and has an auto stop/start feature that comes in highly handy while performing various exercises like riding bikes and other activities. Being weather resistant, this Bell 20 Function Wireless Bike Speedometer computer bears the wear and tear of the harsh outdoors and it works on power from 1 CR2032 battery that comes included with it. Get this along on your bicycle rides and come back home with a handful of data that help elevate your performance to new levels.

    Bell 20-Function Wireless Bike Speedometer:

    • Current, average and maximum speed
    • MPH/KPH
    • Speed and distance
    • Current to average speed
    • Speed
    • Tendency
    • Odometer
    • Odometer save
    • Trip distance and timer
    • 12- and 24-hour clock
    • Scan
    • Auto stop/start
    • Calories and fat burned
    • lb/kg selection
    • Freeze frame memory
    • Temperature
    • Backlight
    • Easy installation
    • Weather resistant
    • The Bell Bike Speedometer requires 1 CR2032 battery (included)

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    Specifications

    Primary Color: Black
    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Model No.: 1005310
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 0.22
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 1.5 x 4.75 x 6.25
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 552246778
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    Customer Reviews | 25 reviews | 3.6 out of 5

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    1/10/2012

    Customer review by muzzy10

    4.0 stars by muzzy10

    This speedometer is well worth the money. The directions for installing are almost perfect, though it's not totally clear that the wheel magnet comes apart to attach better to the spokes. Programming was a breeze, and it works well.

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    muzzy10
    middletown, de
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every few days
    works well, easy to install, manual wrong
    2/1/2012

    Customer review by qwertyfl

    5.0 stars by qwertyfl

    easy to install, works well. manual wrong, thankfully ask.com had correct operating instructions. setup instructions, ok, check your tire size diameter calculate circumference in millimeters for accuracy. to reset any counter such as distance i.e trip mileage hold left button 3 secs, manual specifies holding both left and right button, this resets all values.

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    qwertyfl
    stuart, florida
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every day
    Works great with one minor quirk
    9/15/2012

    Customer review by cwburke

    4.0 stars by cwburke

    Set up and installation was very easy, however I'm used to installing bike speedometers so I knew what to expect. If you've never installed one it might be a little tricky. About the same installation as a Schwinn speedometer that I have on another bike. Speedometer and odometer are very accurate so long as you enter the correct wheel size for your bike. I like the fact that this speedometer is supposed to remember your wheel size and odometer reading when you change batteries. Haven't confirmed that it does, but its supposed to. My Schwinn speedometer doesn't and I have to set it up all over again when I change batteries. If we are smart we will keep the manuals in a good place for future reference in case we have to set the speedometers up again 2 or 3 years from now! I have no way of knowing if the calorie and fat counters mean anything. How can it know how many calories I actually burn while riding? These functions probably don't mean much. My only gripe, and its a minor gripe, is that the thermometer is not anywhere close to accurate. Either I got a defective thermometer or that's just the way its made - I suspect the later is probably the case. I like how the timer stops when I stop so that I can get a good measurement of my actual riding time. I suppose this is probably the same for all bike speedometers, I don't know. The LED also shuts off after about 5 minutes of inactivity to save batteries, with no loss of information. It also has a back-light that can be used in the dark. This light doesn't stay on continuously (I don't think, my memory is a little fuzzy here), but I think it just stays on a few seconds to save batteries. All and all I'm satisfied with my purchase. I only wish the thermometer was accurate. You would think it would be easy to make an accurate thermometer! Oh well. Once again, maybe I just got a bad one. This speedometer is not wireless. Personally, I prefer the wired models for 3 reasons. First, there are no issues with communication between the sensor and the main unit, which many have complained about. Second, there is one fewer battery to keep up with. And third, from what I understand the wireless models all have bigger sensor units that attach to the front fork, which can only serve to get in the way and get bumped more easily. If the wires are installed carefully they can be pretty much hidden and hardly noticed - no big deal. I haven't owned this product long enough to know how well it will hold up or how long the battery will last. I hope this is helpful.

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    cwburke
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:1 week or less
    Gender:Male
    Usage:Every few days
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    by an anonymous customer 12/21/2011
    • Wired - OK on back tire, but wire not long enuf to mount Computer Display on handelbars (would have to be mounted on Middle Fram)
      by AzRiverWalker3/20/2013
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    • It is wired (despite what the features state) Likely not enough wire to reach your handle bars from the back wheel. Wireless usually do not transmit that far either. If you MUST read from the back wheel get unit with cadence or wireless cadence... both usually pick up the wheel speed from the back wheel. (garmin forerunner cadence sensor also detects speed and auto sets itself)
      by YourNicknameHasAlread1/9/2013
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    • It's wired and has to be used on the front tire. Can not imagine this being a problem.
      by Wayne4chun8/4/2013
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    • It is wired, not wireless as the product description states.
      by jerman71010/26/2014
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    • is wireless. can mount front or rear wheel. wireles was issue for me. a little wind and it says your speeding(while parked)
      by bicycleGiant8/7/2012
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    • It is WIRED!!!!!
      by A2StatenIsland10/26/2014
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    • It is wired. The sensors you will want it in the front so that it can connect to the actual speedometer on the handle, unless for some reason you would want it behind you. Even if it were wireless, the signal range is typically only enough of a distance between the handle and front tires.
      by Staka886/16/2012
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    • The WalMart web page shows it to be wireless, but It is NOT wireless.
      by DenverGeezer2/8/2012
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    • a small magnet is clamp to spoke, a sensor is mounted to front wheel fork, with wire running up to display mounted on handle bar. sensor counts wheel revolutions. you might be able to mount sensor on back tire support, wire to display is about 20 inches.
      by qwertyfl4/15/2012
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    • It is wired, having about 3 feet total. It's mounted on my back tire for indoor use through the winter and seems to be working well. Just be sure to tie down the wire to keep it clear of legs when peddling and other moving parts!
      by muzzy1010/24/2014
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