Just want a basic one for distance and to keep an eye on chain changing time .£6.99 good price but I see its wireless so does it eat batteries ?
Lidl Bike Computer any good ?
My completely useless answer is that I normally find the aldi cycling stuff slightly better quality and around the same price. (I am often a rolling advert for lidl and aldi and use a so-far-faultless aldi cycle computer.) Lidl stuff is always satisfactory (for me) though.
had their last wired one (which to be fair could be from a completely different factory). The 'puter was so loose on its mount it bounced off its connections and gave a constantly varying speed. I binned it through laziness in a garage clearout, but one good thing about Lidl is they seem to have a no-hassle returns policy, I've taken a few of their 'specials' back and never even been asked why, just given a refund.
If you want a cheap (and basic) wireless 'puter, this was previously posted
reviews suggest it ships with duff batteries, but assuming it comes with "CR" watch type batteries they are cheap as chips on the bay.
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