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Sigma bike computer tracks gas saved

Published March 15, 2013

VANCOUVER, BC (BRAIN) — Sigma's new 12.12 model Topline bike computer includes an unusual feature that might appeal to bike commuters: it calculates how many gallons of gas the rider has saved by using a bike instead of a car.

The 12.12 model's functions also include a clock, speeds, distance, trip time, temperature, backlighting and adjustable contrast, low battery indicator and an integrated storage chip for data backup during battery changes.

The computer package includes a speed transmitter, handlebar mount, spoke magnet, battery key.

MSRP: $64.99 (wireless) or $44.99 (wired).

More information: Sigma-Topline2012.

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