Raleigh 16 Function cordless computer review
You get a decent amount of information here for a sub-£30 wireless computer. On top of all the basic speed and distance measurements, there are indicators to tell you how your current speed measures up to your average, a temperature reading and a very small graphic that shows whether you’re accelerating or decelerating.
You can also set a service reminder to let you know when you’ve clocked up your chosen number of miles. It’ll only mount to your handlebar – not your stem – but setup is simple, the large buttons are easy to press even in winter gloves, and the two-line display is extremely clear.
Scrolling through the various screens to ﬁnd the info you’re after can be a pain, but you can set it to scan instead. The only problem we had was crosstalk from other computers when riding in a tight group and a small amount of easily cured LED interference.