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The upper and lower case pieces are ultrasonicallywelded together making the case weather tight. The Mity 2 has a two line Liquid Crystal Display, the upper line, which displays only your current speed, has characters 9mm tall while the lower line, which displays time and distance functions, has characters are 4. The smaller characters on the display is just one of the ways Cateye was able shrink the size of this computer. The current speed is only upper line display, and is displayed continuously.
There is a lower line display trip meter, that records up to miles, accurate to two decimal places, then resets, automatically. Also included is a stopwatch, on the lower line display, which shows the elapsed time between the starting point and the current point, up to 10 hours, displayed in whole seconds.
You couldn't have a stop watch without a clock function, the Mity 2 has a 12 hour clock, a lower line function. The clock and tripmeter integrate to give the rider, Average speed over the course of the trip, and the Maximum speed achieved at any time during the trip meter operation. To increase the useful battery life the Mity 2 has a power saving function, which after 60 minutes of in-operation blanks the display to the 12 hour clock only.
To release the unit from this power saving mode requires that one of it's two buttons be pressed. The Mity 2 uses a 27" long wire to a front-mounted, single magnet, wheel sensor, with two mounting brackets that fit up to a 1" diameter fork blade. The Mity 2 can be quick programmed for up to 28" diameter wheels, and has a quick release handlebar mounting bracket, so the computer head may be taken with you to prevent theft. It comes complete with all mounting hardware, and has a weight on the bike of 43 grams.
The Mity 2 is available in a Black case only, from Japan. The Astrale however has cadence. Like the two other mentioned models, the upper and lower case pieces are ultrasonically welded together making the case weather tight.
The Astrale has the same two line Liquid Crystal Display. The upper line, with 9mm tall characters displays your current speed, when the cadence function is in use, the current speed can be shifted to the lower line of the display, while your cadence is displayed at the same time on the upper line, giving you two fairly valuable functions simultaneously.
The lower line, displays all the remaining time and distance functions, and can display the cadence, in characters that are 4. The cadence, when displayed in the upper line, has a range of 0 to RPM, in the lower display its range is 0 to RPM you might want to test the speed of some other device, since we know cyclists are incapable of RPM.
There is a lower line display trip meter, that records single trip distance up to miles, accurate to two decimal places, then resets, automatically. A stopwatch, on the lower line display, shows the elapsed time between the start of the ride and the current moment, up to 10 hours, displayed in whole seconds. To increase the useful battery life, the Astrale, like the Mity 2, has a power saving function, which after 60 minutes of in-operation shuts the display down to just the 24 hour clock and a tiny clock emblem.
The Astrale wire harness has two wire leads, to the rear wheel for time and distance functions, the other going to the cranks for cadence counting.
It uses 45" and 53" long wires to the rear-mounted, single magnet, sensors. The wheel magnet bolts to the rear spokes, while the crank magnet is zip-tied in place. The computer head releases from the handlebar mount by pressing a lever and sliding the unit from the bracket and its three contact points. The Astrale uses one CR 3 volt Lithium battery with an average three year life. It comes complete with all mounting hardware, and has an on the bike weight, with cadence installation of 62 grams.
The Astrale has a marble-like finish in Black, or Lavender. Made in Japan. This computer is a cordless version of the 7 function Mity 2 and uses the same two line display found on the Mity and Astrale.
The cordless has a dual tire size memory which allows it to be used with two different types of bikes easily, that have two different wheel diameters, if you have a second bike mounting kit. The Cateye cordless is the most reliable of its type. Black only. The AT will tell you from to 17, feet above sea level.
It has a 2 line display. The upper line is 8. The upper line is used to tell Current Speed, Altitude gain or loss, or its Current temperature. The altimeter is reset each session to calibrate for the current barometric pressure. The screen is back-lit so you can light the display in dark surroundings. The complete on bike weight of the system is 70 grams. It uses a two line display, with the primary line 8. A secondary window in the upper left of the display presents your current or average selectable heart rate in beats per minute 6mm high.
Current speed, up-dated each second is on the upper line. Maximum speed, Average speed, Total Distance, Trip distance, Stopwatch, and 12 hour clock are on the lower line. It also calorie consumption, as a function of heart rate monitor x time x average speed calculation displayed on the lower line. The on the bike weight of the computer, bracket and wire harness is 62 grams. The Heart Monitor uses a wireless transmitter worn on the chest. Occasionally, over time the bolt may back off and you may not realize and tighten it, in time before it drops off and is lost, making the computer useless.
For those circumstances, we sell the Cateye original replacement wheel magnet. The wheel magnet weighs 4 grams.
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