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Bontrager Interchange ANT+ Cadence Sensor

Bontrager Interchange ANT+ Cadence Sensor

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Bontrager Interchange ANT+ Cadence Sensor

Bontrager's Interchange ANT+ Cadence Sensor is a cadence sensor that wirelessly transmits your data to a variety of ANT+ enabled receiving devices including Bontrager Node computers (sold separately). It includes a 5mm crank cadence band magnet and a silicone mounting strap to fit most chainstays, making installation a snap.

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  • ANT+ compatible
 
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    Pros

    • Durable 
    • Easy to use 
    • Lightweight 
    • Versatile 

    Cons

    • Hard to install 

    Best Uses

    • Commuting 
    • Long rides 
    • Mountain bikes 
    • Road bikes 

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    Bontrager Interchange ANT Cadence Sensor

    By JTM

    from Denton, TX

    About Me Avid Cyclist

    Pros

    • Lightweight
    • Durable
    • Versatile
    • Easy to Use

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Road Bikes
      • Commuting
      • Long Rides

      Comments:

      I've used this cadence sensor for the last 6 months and have had absolutely no trouble. Very easy to install (I would recommend using zip ties to attach it to your chainstay vs. the rubber band provided in the kit). Look closely and you will see two slots to use very small zip ties. You will need to remove your left pedal (remember that the left pedal has left hand threads). 5 to 10 minute install time and very reliable. I use mine with both a Garmin 500 and a Garmin 810, as I didn't like the giant arm on the Garmin cadence sensor. I didn't check the box on how it would work on a mountain bike, as I don't own one. I'm sure it would work fine.

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      impossible to install!

      By Brent Nicholls

      from Omaha

      About Me Avid Cyclist

      Pros

        Cons

        • Tough to Install

        Best Uses

        • Mountain Bikes

        Comments:

        impossible to install bought it at trek at [...], but no help and i have wasted 2 hours trying!

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