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Sigma Topline bicycle computers

Sigma Topline bicycle computers
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Price: €15.13
Availability: 2 - 3 Days
Model: Sigma bike computer
Manufacturer: Sigma Sport
Average Rating: Not Rated

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Sigma Sport make a wide range of bicycle electronics from relatively simple to use to sophisticated machines which record altitude and heart rate as well as the more straightforward functions. We like the Sigma Sport computers as they have large displays, are easy to set-up and to use, and are reliable.

There are several models in the range:

  • BC 5.16 - Automatic start/stop, day trip distance, actual speed, total distance, trip time, clock. UFSB compatible. This is one of the very easiest of all bike computers to install. Simply mount it on your bike, set the wheel size, and you're done. Wheel size can be entered either as a predefined tyres size in inches (e.g. "26 inch wheel") or in millimetres for precise measurement (circumference of the inflated tyre).
  • BC 7.16 - Adds average speed, total ride time up to 100 hours to record a whole holiday.
  • BC 9.16 - Adds maximum speed, current/average comparison, calories (speed based), total calories.
  • BC 16.16 - Distance to destination, time to destination, daily fuel savings, estimated time of arrival (ETA), total fuel savings, total ride time for several bikes, temperature, total distance for several bikes (no calorie functions)
  • Pure 1 - "The pure speedometer". Ride time / training time, Total distance, Total ride time / overall training time, actual speed, day trip, auto start/stop.

All Sigma computers are "watertight" to IPX8 (we've had no problems) and can be fitted without tools. All also have the UFSB ability to be linked to a computer for setup or to download recorded performance or programme service intervals, but this is not necessary. You can just use them as bike computers.

Where there is a choice of wired or wireless computers, we would recommend the wired unless there is a particular reason to want to use wireless. In our experience, wired computers tend to be less hassle.

As with most of the things we sell, we also use these computers and we expect it to last. On her touring bike, Judy still uses a BC507, a several generations older predecessor of the BC5.16 dating from 2007. No maintenance beyond a battery change and it still works just fine.

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