Cateye CC-MT400 Mity 8-Function Bicycle Computer from Cateye

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Manufacturer Description

  • Junction: analogue
  • Energy Saving:
    • Power Source: Battery
  • Function:
    • Distance Km:
      • Total Km
      • Km Editable
    • Start/ Stop Function: yes
    • Speed Sensor Function:
      • actual speed km/h
      • average speed km/h
      • max speed km/h
    • Time Function:
      • display in 12/24hr modes
      • time
    • Cadence: expandable

Including a lightweight sensor wire for road riding and accompanied by universal handlebar and front-fork installs, this bike computer system displays current speed, optimum speed (up to 65 mph), average speed, journey distance, second-trip distance, overall distance, elapsed time, and 12/24-hour clock. The dual trip-distance functions keep an eye on intermediate or multi-day ranges. Other functions include dual tire size, programmable display, pace arrow, manual-set choice for the odometer, automatic start/stop, and automatic power-saving mode. The computer system works on a CR2032 battery (included). Maximum wired transmission distance is 27 inches. Like all Cateye bike computers, this one is ultrasonically welded and waterproof.


  • Handlebar mount size: 22-32 mm
  • Fork mount size: 11-55 mm
  • Battery: CR2032 (included)
  • Maximum wired transmission distance: 27" (70 cm)

About Cateye
Established in 1946 in Osaka, Japan, CatEye is the leading maker of cycle computers, lights, and reflectors to bicyclists on the planet. In 1964, CatEye was the first in the market to develop a flashing lamp for bikes, followed by their first battery headlamp in 1982, and the first bike head lamp utilizing white LEDs in 2001. The business's Opticube lens and reflectors make the brightest and most efficient LED headlights. while their LD500 continues to be the only rear security light that can meet the extensive CPSC requirements for reflectivity.


8-function bicycle computer with universal handlebar and sensor mounts Displays speed, max speed, average speed, trip distance, 2nd trip distance, total distance, elapsed time, clock Dual tire size, automatic start/stop, automatic power-saving mode Lightweight sensor wire for road riding CR2032 battery included

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