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Halfords 8 Function Bike Computer

Halfords 8 Function Bike Computer is water resistant, compact and lightweight.
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Is the 4mm spacing between the sensor critical? I have disc breaks and cant get anywhere near that close even at the bottom of the spokes??
asked 6 years ago
by
KillaGorilla
on Halfords 8 Function Bike Computer
2 answers
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answer 1
If the 2 sensors are too far from each other then they cant detect each other but it doesn't matter where on the wheel you put it. The sensor on the bike doesn't need to be near the rim of the tyre and it is alright to put the sensor on the wheel somewhere were it will fit. The computer counts the number of times the wheel turns around and then works out what speed you are going from that. If you think about it if it was worked out by the number of times the sensor went past the bike sensor it would not be able to tell if you was going fast or slow.
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Top 250 Contributor
answered 6 years ago
by
MrLoverman
 - Liverpool
answer 2
It is important to get the censor close enough to magnet so that the sensor detects the magnet. In some instances the magnet is detected with a gap over 5 mm. If you are having difficulty getting the system to work please contact your local halfords store for a fitting demonstration on your bike. Fitting is also available
Staff Answer
answered 6 years ago
by
HalfordsWebTeam
Question
This will not turn off
It says in the instructions that this will turn off after 10 minutes of inactivity, I just brought the computer back to the shop and they exchanged it for another and this one will not turn off either, I don't want to have to keep taking the battery out and in everytime I go out for a cycle as you need to setup the time and wheel size.
asked 6 years ago
by
y2krog2000
on Halfords 8 Function Bike Computer
2 answers
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answer 1
Bear in mind the unit (or at least mine) never turns off completely. It just sits displaying time like a watch. I think that is correct.
answered 5 years, 8 months ago
by
stevemc
 - North West
answer 2
Please ensure that no functions are running on the cycle computer including the stop watch. If the problem continues please contact your local haflrods for assistance. If the item is faulty a refund of replacement is available with proof of purchase
Staff Answer
answered 6 years ago
by
HalfordsWebTeam
Question
How do I get a copy of the instructions ?
There was no instructions in the package
for the halfords 8 function Cycle Computer
asked 7 years, 1 month ago
by
Anonymous
on Halfords 8 Function Bike Computer
1 answer
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answer 1
Please follow the attached link to see a copy of the instuction booklet of the Halfords 8 Function Bike Computer
www.halfords.com/wcsstore/libraries...
Staff Answer
answered 7 years, 1 month ago
by
HalfordsWebTeam
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What setting do I input on my Halfords 8 function bike computer, my wheel size is 26 x 2.10 (56 - 559)
My bike is an Apollo XC26 SE
asked 6 years, 10 months ago
by
Budman
on Halfords 8 Function Bike Computer
1 answer
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answer 1
The calculation is total wheel height in MM by 3.14
For a wheel size of 26" * 2.0 the figure is 2114
For a wheel size of 26" * 2.215 the figure is 2133
The figure you require therefore will be somewhere in the middle (Approx 2123)
Staff Answer
answered 6 years, 10 months ago
by
HalfordsWebTeam
Question
I dont understand how to find my setting value?
I know my wheel size (inches) but I still dont know how to get my setting value?
asked 6 years, 8 months ago
by
Arthurpk
on Halfords 8 Function Bike Computer
1 answer
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answer 1
Please refer to calibration section in the used manual, this lists all tyre sizes and provides you the settings value required.
NB If you have lost your instructions please go to the Advice centre on Halfords.com, click general information/downloads and then download another copy of the manual
Staff Answer
answered 6 years, 8 months ago
by
HalfordsWebTeam
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What is auto scan?
I intend to but a new bike computer in the near future and would have appreciated a buyers guide but 'hey hey' next best to ask, so what is auto scan please, I am looking for something un-complicated, does as asked, the £16.99 Halfords wireless one sounded good until I read the review about not picking up a signal.
Any advise? Also I still have the cables from a previous Halfords computer on my Raliegh Max would they work for a new one without the fuss of refitting?
asked 6 years, 4 months ago
by
Nelly12
 - Worksop
on Halfords 8 Function Bike Computer
1 answer
Answers
answer 1
We sell thousands of these a year and have very little negative feedback. It is better to use the new cables with the new unit
Staff Answer
answered 6 years, 4 months ago
by
HalfordsWebTeam
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What setting do I input on my Halfords 8 functiolfords 8 function bike computer? - my wheel size is 26 x 1.95, Many thanks
asked 6 years, 4 months ago
by
Bennie
 - Chinnor, Oxon
on Halfords 8 Function Bike Computer
1 answer
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answer 1
The setting for the Halfords 8 Function Bike Computer for wheels 26" x 1.95 is 2102
Staff Answer
answered 6 years, 4 months ago
by
HalfordsWebTeam
Question
What setting do I input on my Halfords 8 function bike computer, my wheel size is 26 x 1.95, Many Thx
asked 6 years, 4 months ago
by
Bennie
 - Chinnor, Oxon
on Halfords 8 Function Bike Computer
1 answer
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answer 1
The setting for the Halfords 8 Function Bike Computer for wheels 26" x 1.95 is 2102
Staff Answer
answered 6 years, 4 months ago
by
HalfordsWebTeam
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Wheel size
Where do i find the size of my wheel to correctly calibrate the computer?
asked 6 years, 4 months ago
by
Anonymous
on Halfords 8 Function Bike Computer
1 answer
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answer 1
The wheel size should be printed on the side of your Tyre. e.g. 24", 26", 700C. This can be then used in conjunction with the inductions to find the wheels circumference which is then entered into the Bike Computer.
Alternatively if you cant find the wheel size, you can measure the circumference of the bike wheel with a piece of string and tape measure, and then input the circumference (in mm) into the cycle computer.
Staff Answer
answered 6 years, 4 months ago
by
HalfordsWebTeam
Question
Does this speedo fit mopeds?
I've been trying to fit this speedo to my moped but cant get it to work at all.
asked 6 years, 3 months ago
by
Anonymous
on Halfords 8 Function Bike Computer
1 answer
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answer 1
The Halfords 8 Function Bike Computer is designed to fit cycles. Fitting to a motorizes bike is not recommended as it is not road legal. The Halfords 8 Function Bike Computer should work if installed correctly. Please visit your nearest halfords store for advice.
Staff Answer
answered 6 years, 3 months ago
by
HalfordsWebTeam
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