Rated 3 out of 5 by acceptmynicknameplea Sigma BC 12.12 STS Wireless Bike Computer
This is an OK bike computer. I like how you can remove it from your bike and take it with you. You will need to be a scientist to figure out the pictographs for installation and also for setting it up. The instructions are not very clear in selecting modes. I do like the "sleep" mode when it is not being used. The distance appears to be pretty accurate and the clock works fine. Don't trust the temperature reading. It stays about 20 degrees off (and no it is not in Centigrade when I want Fahrenheit). Overall, I would recommend it but make sure you have someone that knows how to install, program, and use nearby.
May 6, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by thehusband Too Complicated
Bought the Wireless Bike Computer. Too complicated to setup. The directions require a PhD in engineering.
June 12, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by 2255 LED Interference
I like to ride day and night with a front LED light on blinking. My light of choice for this is a Planet Bike Blaze 1 w. The computer works fine when the light is off, but when I turn the light to flashing mode the computer tells me that I am going 0 mph even if I am clearly going much faster. Besides this singular issue that computer works well. I had purchased a cheap one before at a department store and I could never get it to work, but this one worked pretty well. I guess I should have gotten an old fashioned wired computer so the LED would not disrupt the signal.
May 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fitztr sigma bc 12.13 sts
Easy to install. Took me about 15 minutes after watching video on sigma's web site. Easy to use. I went on a 25 mile and a 20 mile bike ride and also took my gps unit. Both times the bike computer and gps were within 0.1 miles of each other.
July 8, 2013