Knog N.E.R.D Review Part 1

A few months back we mentioned Knog NERD bikey computer , ogling at its simple form and function. I don't know what it is, but i always get excited about anything that has to do with silicone - and one more or less strikes gold with the N.E.R.D., as the whole thing is textured like a luscious breast.

What can I say, this is my first velocycle computer and it does exactly what I want it to. I get my current speed, max speed, average speed, trip distance/time, total distance time and a nifty lightup function. Switch between all those by pushing on the screen - its one big button! Setup was easier then ordering Bangers and Mash at The Chip Shop in Park Slope, but more about that later.

Naturaly, I threw the NERD on my 20, and got it going as fast as I could - which was about 30mph. Swift.

As this is the first part of the review - i dont want to give away too many juicy details - to find out JUST how awesome this lil compy is, wait for part 2.

Fun lil display. Easy to read, awesome to speed.
My wheels. Notice the Knog set up on the bars and fork - tiny!
Sunny Rooftop fun - bikey is chillin out before a ride.


Accatone Becchino said...

is that wireless? i'm looking for a comp for my new mountain bike, and would prefer something lo-key and unobtrusive. although rite now i'm just throwing my GPS in the backpack and that does the same thing and more....

Curtis Chorizali said...

yea, its wireless. neat/simple/waterproof/erotic.

i like it - but i do wish i had GPS.
one of these days i'll get a iphone for that duty.

Accatone Becchino said...

the only problem with the GPS is that in certain areas out here (canyons, heavy forest) you lose the signal and it stops measuring your distance. i think i generally ride 5-10% farther than my GPS reads.