Polar CS100 - Fix or Replace?

Discussion in 'Cycling Equipment' started by vinmiller, Jun 15, 2007.

  1. vinmiller

    vinmiller New Member

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    Hello,

    I have a battery hungry CS100 that eats up an entire battery in just one day. :mad: Has anyone experienced this and have they fixed it? If so, how?

    Otherwise, can anyone recommend a relatively inexpensive cycling computer by a different manufacurer that has the following features:

    heart rate
    avg and max heart rate
    distance
    cadence
    speed
    avg and max speed
    elapsed time
    *battery can be changed by user

    Thanks
     
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  2. ives

    ives New Member

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    I have had so many problems with my CS100.
    I've had 2 and both have been faulty. And i know of others who have had similar problems.
    Sent mine back for a refund.
     
  3. cPritch67

    cPritch67 New Member

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    Vin , without stating the obvious, your CS100 has issues. The unit should not consume a battery per day. Call Polar and explain your situation, perhaps they'll warranty it or repair it. The new CS400 and CS600 computers have head unit batteries that can be swapped by the user, however, the 2.4 WIND sensors cannot and require a Polar technician. :confused:
     
  4. knonfs

    knonfs New Member

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    http://www.delphicyclometers.com/home.html

    Delphi 5 - The only "thing" is that cadence is NOT wireless; other than that its a GREAT computer!
     
  5. impakt

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    If its under 2 years send it back. They will replace it N/C
     
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