CatEye V3 Triple Wireless

CatEye V3 Triple Wireless
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Ride smarter with Cat Eye's V3 Triple Wireless! Not only does it have calorie consumption and cadence, this super-slick set-up sends all the data wirelessly through a chainstay-mounted transmitter. The easy-to-read screen simultaneously displays speed, cadence, heart rate and time, and can be lit with the bright backlight for those rides that run late. The latest 2.4GHz digital data transmission virtually eliminates interference and cross-talk, while the sensor unit combines the speed and cadence sensors into one sleek, reliable piece that easily adjusts to most bikes and keeps your bike neat and tidy.

Current, average and maximum speed
Current, average and maximum cadence
Current, average and maximum heart rate
Calories burned
Countdown distance
Lap time, distance, average speed, number
Total time
Clock and date
Automatic 2nd bike sensor recognition
Interference/cross-talk free 2.4GHz digital wireless technology (ID coded)
4 heart-rate zones
EL backlight
Tool-free integrated cadence/speed sensor
3 lines, 4 readouts
Programmable odometer
14 files, 99 lap recording
File data review
Auto or manual start/stop
Pace arrow for speed and heart rate
Tool-free centered mount

Part Numbers

725012017340 1602300


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  • Accurate 
  • Easy setup 
  • Reliable 


  • No data upload option 
  • Tiny hard to push buttons 


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from Boulder, CO

About Me Competitive Cyclist


  • Accurate
  • Easy setup
  • Reliable


  • Tiny hard to push buttons
  • No data upload option

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Boy, what works WORKS but what doesn't DOESN'T on this computer. Super easy and slick setup. The integrated speed/cadence sensor is nice. Very reliable signal and transmission thus far. However, it takes me forever to find the function I want, and the tiny little buttons must have been designed for gnomes on steroids--Far too small, yet requiring a ton of pressure to push 'em. Also wish it had some sort of data download at this price. But I knew that going in.

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