Sette Quantum-X2 Wireless Computer Version 2.0
The Quantum X2 went in for a facelift and came out looking better than ever. The buttons were nipped and tucked to the base of the computer resulting in a larger display wrapped in an even sleeker weather proof package.
The X2 is loaded with nine functions: Current speed, trip distance, programmable odometer, riding time, 12/24 hour clock, max speed, average speed, actual and average speed comparison, and two programmable wheel sizes.
The wireless transmitter is specially coded to prevent interference from outside sources and runs on the same standard CR2032 battery as the main unit which makes changing batteries a snap. But that won't happen for a long time thanks to the X2's intelligent energy saving software.
Installation is a breeze too. The computer head is secured with a silicone o-ring and the wireless transmitter attaches with zip ties meaning a quick snip of the scissors is all that's needed to complete the job. The computer head securely snaps into the Cross Loc mount so you'll never have to worry about it taking flight no matter how rough the road or trail gets. As an added bonus the Cross Loc mount can be set up to mount on your handlebars or stem if you want to go for that uncluttered Euro PRO look.
I have this computer for 2 years, 980 miles. I just had to change battery. So far it has been working fine. I’m very happy with it.
Easy to install an easy to operate, but while riding mtb, stops reading and goes two or 3 kms slower than others riding at my pace compared woth their computers
I bought this computer and had it installed by the local bike shop. It did not work. The computer will not recognize the wheel sensor. Had a 2nd one shipped out as a replacement with the same results. Tried troubleshooting online only to find out this is a really common problem. Not happy!
This computer has the same features as other with higher price. Excellent choice for beginners and experienced cyclists.
I got this computer thinking it could compare to Catseye products...wrong! Everything works just fine if I'm climbing or going below 20mph. As soon as I start to descend, and it gets rough, the computer stops reading correctly until I am going slow again. Its difficult to know how hard you're pushing it when half way through the ride your computer says your max speed is 81.6mph and your average speed is 35mph. I you are a roadie I imagine this computer is sufficient, but not for MTB.
Not sure if mine was v1 or v2 but it was really "wireless". It only worked if there was no wires in the vicinity (power lines or any other kind). While waiting at traffic lights, the computer would often start showing random readings like my speed would go up to 80 mph and then drop to 5 mph and back up to 50. You get the idea. Eventually, I switched to something similar but with a wire.