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CatEye Stealth 50 GPS Computer

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CatEye Stealth 50 GPS Computer

Designed for the competitive cyclist, the Stealth 50 is GPS and ANT+ enabled, so it works with CatEye or third party ANT+ compatible power, heart rate, cadence and speed sensors.

ANT+ compatibility allows riders to track basic cycling data and combine with power, heart rate and cadence data to target and reach training goals. Upload ride data to help you visualize your activity, analyze performance and share your ride.

  • Programmable auto-start/stop odometer
  • Full-time backlight for continuous display illumination
  • USB rechargeable and can be used on multiple bikes
  • Waterproof design
  • 12-hour or 24-hour display
  • Lithium-ion rechargeable battery
  • Standard operating time: 10 hours
  • Standard charging time: 5 hours (USB 2.0)

The CatEye stealth is great for tracking your performance. Improve your performance and comfort with a new pair of mountain or road-shoes!

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Q: pls list all of the functions on this computer. i am looking at a new Giant Defy Advanced Pro, and it has a built in sensor on the chain stay, and was told it will work with any computer that is Ant compatible, so this should work. is that your understanding? thanks very much

A: Yes this computer is ANT+ Compatible so it should sync up to your Giant Defy.

Q: Can this Computer Communicate with Bluetooth sensors? I would like to sync it up with my fitness watch and the Bluetooth sensor for cadence sold by Cat Eye.

A: This is not Bluetooth compatible. It is ANT+. So it will be compatible with all ANT+ Cadence and Heart Rate monitors, but not your watch.

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great for the price, but lousy interface - Apr 16, 2014

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4 out of 5 stars

After going through two Garmin Edge units until they both failed, plus two Timex Ironman GPS units, I picked up this Cateye in June 2013. While the instructions are something lousy, once it is setup there are no problems. It will sync to both Strava and TrainingPeaks, which is a plus since I use them both. It also works well with my Garmin heart rate monitor and Garmin speed/cadence sensor.

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