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[BikeWagon.com] CatEye Q3A Sport/Cycling Computer Watch w/HR $59.99

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[BikeWagon.com] CatEye Q3A Sport/Cycling Computer Watch w/HR $59.99

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Price:
$79.99
http://www.bikewagon.com/cateye-q3a-msc ... e-altitude

MSRP $199.99
On sale $59.00 with coupon code: Q3ACOOL
Coupon valid thru April 11, 2014

Cadence
Speed
Distance
Heart rate monitor
Lap counter, timer
Temperature
Altitude
Slope %
And Much more features

What's included:
Cateye Q3A cycling computer/watch
Bike cadence and speed 2-in-1 sensor
Heart rate sensor

Shipping to Canada $15.99
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Mar 30, 2010
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Jun 2, 2012
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Surrey
Will there be duty taxes if I have it shipped to my address in Vancouver?
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Aug 12, 2010
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I figure using this as just a real time sensor is pretty good. Cateye is a good brand name. I figure the USB dongle is probably unnecessary unless you are into pro training or something. For 60 bucks you can't get anything equivalent, especially wireless.
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Jun 25, 2005
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This is ancient technology but the price is good for the value. Ten years ago, a similar Polar heart-rate monitor and all of the related accessories cost me around $500. Many cyclists are now using ANT+ or Bluetooth sensors on their bikes.
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Feb 11, 2004
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Tempting, but my old Cateye - AT100 that has an altimeter is still going after 20 years. The only problem is that it resets itself each time it reaches a maximum storage of a little over 45,000 km. Still ... this is tempting for the HRM alone. Thanks.
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justinl8 wrote: Will there be duty taxes if I have it shipped to my address in Vancouver?
They shipped same day for me via USPS with tracking #. They didn't charge duty, so YMMV when you pick up the parcel at the post office; sometimes you get dinged, sometimes you don't.
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Mar 7, 2008
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You will regret. I got a cateye and later bought garmin.

Just go with garmin to begin with
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sexyblackbmw wrote: Garmim is like $400!!!? Not sure if its worth it.
That's the top of the line model

I got the middle level model and use the 25% off event from sportchek
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Which model garmain?
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Oct 23, 2005
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THINKPADT61 wrote: That's the top of the line model

I got the middle level model and use the 25% off event from sportchek
which middle level model?

i think they are all over $200, is it worth it?
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BobyYoo wrote: which middle level model?

i think they are all over $200, is it worth it?
You can get the Edge 500 at $160 right now, but you'll have to get shipped to an address in the US. Which should be doable for you as you're in MTL and close to the border.

http://www.artscyclery.com/Garmin_Edge_ ... 500BK.html

They also have the cadence + HR bundle @ $250.

http://www.artscyclery.com/Garmin_Edge_ ... 500RD.html
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Oct 23, 2005
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yeah well, that is 4 times the price of the cateyes at $60

im not sure if it is worth it to get the garmin for $190 extra.
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It depends what your needs are. If you just want data readouts in real time while you are riding and nothing else then this watch will do just fine.

If you want to be tracked by GPS, want to go over your ride data afterwards, upload to Strava, use a power meter in the future, etc, the Garmin is the clear choice.

I was just letting you know that you can get a very good Garmin unit for under $200 if you wanted (albeit, without the HRM and cadence sensor).
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Oct 30, 2012
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Hamilton
Anyone got this? I was debating should I get it or spend more on Garmin but I don't need to analyze my rides so this will be good for cadence and heart rate. But coupon doesn't work anymore I'd there a new one to get the price down?
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Oct 24, 2012
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Calgary
I just use my smartphone for basic things like GPS, routes, and speed. I could see the use for a dedicated unit like this, though.

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