by: Robert Ver Maas • 0
Use your Bicycle wheel to measure long distances without measuring tapes.
Count the number of wheel revolutions. Obtain the circumference from the wheel trace on the ground. Enter the circumference to calculate the distances directly.
While you walk or ride slowly, listen to the flexible fixture you have placed on wheel as it flaps against spokes, and operate without looking at display.
Also for use as conventional counter.
- clear count
- decrement count
- commit to memory
- add to memory
- recall memory
- clear memory
- large touch areas for holding in one hand using the thumb
- suits left or right handed persons
- other controls placed away from accidental touches
- quick help screen