Got it recently. Very happy. But here are few things that i want in future:
1)Add weight and hight of the rider for exact calories consumption
2)Add permanent light in night mode. I dont like light for few seconds.
3)CatEye app is looking not so good. Its look like for IOS5. Maybe update in a modern style?
CatEye Padrone Smart Plus Triple SPD/CDC/HR CC-SC100B
Smartphone power in our popular Padrone gets a fully customizable dot display, navigation and so much more.
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Please check to see if your smartphone model is compatible.CatEyeAtlasTM, StravaTM and TrainingPeaksTM when the ride is done. Social media, text, call and email alerts keep you connected without risk of phone damage or battery drain. The Padrone Smart+ gives you more of what you've come to love in a CatEye cycle computer.
* Includes the ISC-12 bluetooth speed and cadence sensor and the HR-12 bluetooth heart rate sensor kit
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[ Mirror Mode ]
- Data from smartphone is sent to the Padrone Smart+ where you can view it.
- GPS signal to the smartphone measures Speed and Altitude.
- Optional Bluetooth® SMART sensors record Speed, Cadence, Heart Rate and Power.
- Displays Call/Email/Text/Social Media alerts on the cycle computer.
|Connect the Padrone Smart+ with your smartphone. The Padrone Smart+ can be attached to the handlebar or stem.|
|Set your smartphone into sleep mode, then put it in your pocket or a safe place and view the data on the Padrone Smart+.|
|Easily upload ride data directly to training sites with the tap of the button.|
[ Sensor Direct Mode ]
- When smartphone use is not an option, such as in a race, the Padrone Smart syncs with Speed, Cadence, Heart Rate and Power Bluetooth® SMART sensors.
- Post-ride data is sent to your smartphone.
|Trip time (total time including pause time)：|
|Wireless transmission：||Bluetooth® Smart|
|Current heart rate：|
|Average heart rate：|
|Maximum heart rate：|
|Custom average power：|
|Total altitude gain：|
0～99999 x1000m [ft]
|Lap timer (lap in real-time)：||0:00.00～999:59|
|Lap trip distance in real-time：|
|Lap average speed in real-time：|
|Lap average cadence in real-time：|
|Lap average heart rate in real-time：|
|Lap average power in real-time：|
|Auto power saving：||Yes (In Mirror Mode: 20 mins for smartphone search. In Sensor Direct Mode: 10 mins + 60 mins = 70 mins)|
|Auto mode：||Yes (Auto/Manual start/stop)|
|Backlight：||Yes (with Night Mode)|
|Sound：||Turn on/off for each of button operation, alerts and notifications|
|Screen display：||Fully customizable display (1-8 segment screen)|
|Countdown：||Countdown time or distance|
|Auto lap：||Yes (location on the map, distance or time) *Available on Cycling app.|
|Dual tire size：||Yes|
|Tire size：||100mm～3999mm (default：2096mm)|
|Compatible sensors：||CatEye brand ISC-12 Speed/Cadence sensor / HR-12 Heart Rate sensor|
|* Also works with other brand Speed, Cadence, Heart Rate, and/or Power sensors conforming to Bluetooth4.0 CSCP/HRP/CPP|
Approx 4 months
|Dimension：||74.0 X 46.0 X 20.0 mm|
|*||Bluetooth® Smart sensor required.|
|※||The factory-loaded battery life might be shorter than the specification above.|
|※||Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.|
Most Helpful Reviews :
I have owned 3 or 4 Cateye computers since an early Solar model and have always found them to be reliable and efficient. I recently purchased the Padrone Smart + Triple package and other than a few initial glitches have found the same to be true, for the most part. It obviously did not register in my brain that the unit was not initially able to sync with my new Samsung Galaxy S7 (as it was not listed on the compatibility list) which proved disappointing for the obvious reasons that prompted me to buy the unit. I am pleased to say that Cateye has upgraded their compatibility and I am up and running. I do however find the on-line resources, manuals etc. very difficult to navigate; information seems buried in huge "stacks" which for me at least do not seem very intuitive. My other observation is that the display screen is extremely difficult to read when shaded by my body and with sunglasses on. I do like the programmable screen displays, again once able to navigate to the instructions to set them up. Certainly a reasonable and worthwhile investment as compared to $500.00 Garmin units. Highly recommended.