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CatEye Velo 8 Cycle Computer–In for Review

As we start to get more and more products in for review, we’ve decided to update you when these new products arrive.

Late last week we received a box from CatEye, a leading maker of cycle and mutlisport computers and accessories.  Inside we discovered the Velo 8 Cycle computer.  The Velo 8 is a very entry level computer, but one with more functions than you might expect for a $25 computer.

We were able to quickly install the computer due to it’s bracketless mounting design.  The screen is a bit larger than you might expect in an entry-level computer.  The computer calculates current, maximum, and average speed, trip distance, total distance, ET, and calories, in addition to a standard clock.

We are able to set up our tire size and adjust the time without problems.

We’ll have an initial review of the CatEye Velo 8 Cycle Computer by next week.

About Eric H. Doss

Eric is a triathlete and writer. He has competed in all distances of triathlons, from sprints to full Ironman distance races. He founded FitEgg.com in 2009 to meet the increasing need for professional, unbiased reviews of triathlon gear.

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