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After a computer with Cadence sensor

mbukfanmbukfan Posts: 3,052
edited May 2010 in MTB general
Not been doing much biking for a while due to joint trouble but am now using it to get to work. A physio I was seeing a while back suggested I keep an eye on my cadence and speed to not overdo things.
My mountainbike has square section chainstays which I thought may cause issues with some models.
I'd like wireless but think that the combo of wireless and cadence may make things a bit pricey. I'm wililing to spend upto £40ish

Any recomendations?
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  • NDawnNDawn Posts: 238
    This one is meant to be quite good.
  • mbukfanmbukfan Posts: 3,052
    That was the one I'd seen, mostly as cateye is a brand I looked at but have no idea how others compare. It was also the reason why I thought getting wireless might be an issue since it's almost double for the wireless one that has cadence.
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