Wednesday, February 13th, 2019

Wireless Bicycle Cyclometer/Odometer/Chronograph | Blackburn Delphi 4.0

The Delphi 4.0 Cyclometer from Blackburn is a multi-function biking accessory for casual or serious cyclists alike. It offers a convenient, user-friendly way to wirelessly monitor essential cycling stats, including speed (current, average and max) distance (trip and total) and cadence (current, average and max).

The large, easy-to-read interface displays four lines of data and maintains accuracy by never losing connection with the transmitter. Speed display is accurate to 0.1 kph/mph and distance display to 0.01 kph/mph.

To ease setup time, the 11 most popular wheel sizes are pre-programmed into the computer chip. This model includes two-bike settings with individual and combined odometers, and a 100-hour ride time or total time chronograph.

Blackburn's Delphi 4.0 also features a 20-lap chronograph with real-time memory, and a backlight for easy viewing. Like all Delphi cyclometers, the 4.0 fits regular and oversized bars, and comes with a limited lifetime warranty.

There have been some user complaints about subpar Blackburn customer service. Compare to cycle computers from Polar, a company with a reputation for superior customer service.

Blackburn Delphi 4.0 Bicycle Cyclometer Product Details

  • Oversized, easy-to-read display with four lines of data
  • User-friendly interface
  • Speed display accurate to 0.1 kph/mph, distance to 0.01 kph/mph
  • 11 most popular wheel sizes pre-programmed
  • 20-lap chronograph with real-time memory
  • Wireless speed and distance, and wired current, average, and max cadence
  • Limited lifetime warranty

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2 Responses to “Wireless Bicycle Cyclometer/Odometer/Chronograph | Blackburn Delphi 4.0”
  1. Frank says:

    I getting pretty disappointed with Balckburn altogether.. I got the Delphi because of the cadence feature for my winter indoor training, but that stopped working. Much frustration. Blackburn DID send me the Atom computer, but I can’t get any readings! So this computer sucks worse than the Delphi. I thought they were a decent, company with excellent products, but I’m staying away.


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