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CatEye Enduro (CC-ED400) Cycling Computer

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SKU: 1603400
Product Code: 40360

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  • Easy to use and easy to read, the CatEye Enduro (CC-ED400) Cycling Computer is ready to hit the road.

    How It Works

    • Ideal for off-road use.
    • Easy-to-read, large screen for the bike computer.
    • Pace arrow to help you stay on track.
    • Shows calorie consumption, carbon offset tracking, current speed, trip time, trip distance, average speed, maximum speed, total distance and actual time.


    • Durable: Heavy-duty wiring kit.
    • Comes with an automatic start/stop feature and power saving.

    Design Details

    • Compatible tire sizes: 16, 18, 20, 22, 24 and 26 inches.
    • Measures: 55.5 x 37.5 x 18.5 mm.
    • Battery: Lithium battery CR2032X1.
    • Battery life: Approx. 3 years (with 1 hour of use per day).
    • Weight: 28 grams.

    What’s Included

    • CatEye Enduro (CC-ED400) Cycling Computer.


  • 3.5 star rating (2 Reviews)

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  • 11/18/2012 Cateye enduro computer

    rating star By jmbgdg

    Used on multiple bikes
    New larger display is easier to read
    Mount has changed to a zip tie mount. Not as secure on bar. Not compatible with older Cateye models. That's a biggy when you use it on four different bikes. The reason I bought Cateye was because I had lost an earlier model

    Sutton ma

  • 9/14/2012 Down-spec'ed to meet a price point

    rating star By Born2Roam

    Easy to install and set up. Easy to read while riding. The heavy wire is the only carryover from the last iteration of the Enduro. The mounting systems for both the sending unit and the head unit are much less secure than the old styles. The detent holding the head unit to its mount is frail; mount the unit on the stem instead of the bar to reduce the risk of dislodging it while riding. The attachment of the wires to the head unit seems a likely point of failure. Cateye's R&D is clearly focused on wireless. Calorie consumption and carbon offset are meaningless to me. Despite the negatives the unit is easy to use and gives me most of the data that matter at an attractive price, hence the 4-star rating.

    Madison, IN

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Created in 1954 in Osaka, Japan, CatEye has been a constant innovator with technological products among the cycling community. Although CatEye now produces major products such as cycle computers, reflectors, and lights, they became a main contender within the cycling market when they created the first flashing lamp for bicycles in 1964. Following the release of the first flashing lamp, CatEye went on to produce the first bicycle head lamp and cycle computer.

Currently, CatEye uses cutting-edge technology to produce a full line of computers and other tech products for cyclists. They manage two factories in Japan and another one in China that are both ISO approved. CatEye continues their commitment to innovation by using leading edge technology to create safe and comfortable products.