View and Download Cateye MICRO Wireless CC-MCW owner’s manual online. Micro wireless ciclocomputer. MICRO Wireless CC-MCW Bicycle. So – I got a new wireless computer for my bike today – a CatEye MICRO Wireless Cycle Computer (CC-MCW) – and the instructions are. Cc-mcw micro wireless, Micro wireless, 5 mm • Read online or download PDF • CatEye CC-MCW [Micro Wireless] User Manual.
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Cateye MICRO Wireless CC-MC100W Owner’s Manual
Tomoko 22 October at Less than a minute searching and five minutes following the instructions, and I am finished. This is VERY important!
The time below starts to flash. However, as far as bike computers go, as a whole package it’s awesome!
Thank you for restoring my sanity. However, the backlight is terrible. It’s the American way! Grange34 3 November at Dave Cary 24 March at DelCallo 3 June at Jack Pommer 29 May at Greetings from Simi Valley, CA! I just spent about twenty minutes trying to figure it out again as I changed the size of my tires.
CatEye CC-MCW [Micro Wireless] manuals
Just followed your set up and did it in 10 minutes. You’re right, the people spend the money with this product and the manufacturer writes one of the worst instructions manual i ever seen in my life.
The instructions that came with my cateye suck It is nice to ccc-mc100w I was not the only one. How Well Does it Work?
I’ve had the cateye for seven years, and I’m a tech guy, but that manual You have done the entire cycling community a great service with this web page; my only regret is that it took me about two days of Internet searching before I finally found it. Cc-mc1000w good that mxnual career area give you a heads up on following the “instruction flow. I mounted mine on the right hand side of my fork opposite to the disc brake and about halfway up.
Hey Ron 11 Manuzl at Does anyone know what circumference setting works with a 29er? I’ve had CatEyes for years and always have trouble figuring out how to reset the time and odometer. Your instructions were much easier to follow. Hi, I have struggled with these stupid instructions for five years now.
Thanks, Dave Cary dcary hotmail.
MTBK – Mountain Biking in Kent: Instructions for CatEye MICRO Wireless Cycle Computer (CC-MCW)
My husband and I spent the better half of a day trying to figure out how to set the clock and until we found your instructions and finally we got it done. Gerald Stricklin 1 January at Once you’ve done this successfully, you will hear a nice quiet ‘tick’ when the magnet passes the sensor as you spin the wheel.
You basically cable tie the sensor to the fork don’t do it too tight at first then slide the magnet onto the spoke. This is your total distance travelled since the last time you reset the Cycle Computer. Presumably that will save the battery. Hard to believe this is the only place to find clear, usable instructions on the operation of the Cateye computer.