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Free Cyclometer from Kellogs, Collect 3 tokens.
Free Cyclometer from Kellogs, Collect 3 tokens.

Free Cyclometer from Kellogs, Collect 3 tokens.

I didn't want to put this in deals but wasn't sure where it could go!

Basically if you collect 3 tokens from Kellog's cereal boxes you can claime your free cyclometer, Otherwise its £5.99 with 1 token.

On the Kellogs boxes you also get 2 free Halfords vouchers, One for 10% off bikes and accessories and the other for a free bicycle safety check.

I thought it was worth posting anyway!

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Original Poster

http://img502.imageshack.us/img502/823/kellogscyclometermm6.png

I've got one of these already. Crackin' little thing for the money, basically nothing.

I used 3 tokens off Rice Krispies which were on offer in Asda at £1 a box, so basically £3 for 3 boxes of cereal and one of these. Think they had some other cereals at £1 with this offer on if you don't like Krispies.

Hope that helps?

This has been advertised on tv, not bothering to order because have to buy so and so and send off the tokens to get it. If i could get free cereal boxes then i'd go for it

does it have a mile ometer?

I am in process of getting this - fab deal as i go through lots of cereal every week having 5 boys!! So if you get the cereal worth it as it does work out free but if you have to put yourself out to buy it then it wouldnt really be worth it!

These tokens are also on the cereal and milk bars

Exercise is always more rewarding when you get to see how much progress … Exercise is always more rewarding when you get to see how much progress you're making. With a Kellogg's Cyclometer attached to your bike, you can tell at a glance how far you've pedalled, how fast you're going, how long you've been riding... even how many times your wheels have gone round!



Does anyone know how this works? Is it the same as a standard cycle computer with wires and a sensor on the forks. Does it attach to your handlebars?
It looks more like one of those step counters.

Original Poster

termite

Does anyone know how this works? Is it the same as a standard cycle … Does anyone know how this works? Is it the same as a standard cycle computer with wires and a sensor on the forks. Does it attach to your handlebars?It looks more like one of those step counters.



I'm not 100%, But Judging by the Ebay ad's, These do the following :

[CENTER]
max speed
average speed
time taken
distance
stop watch
clock[/CENTER]

And to nab an Ebay pic (Copyright of whoevers auction of course) :

http://i7.ebayimg.com/02/i/000/ab/52/611b_1.JPG

Cheers. It makes sense now I can see all the other bits and bobs.

Original Poster

termite

Cheers. It makes sense now I can see all the other bits and bobs.



No probs, I've sent away for mine, So hoping its good!!

hoping its good!!



They make cycling much more fun.

A magnet attached to a spoke usually has to pass within a couple of millimetres of the sensor strapped to the forks. They can be a little tricky to fit if you have a lot of suspension/disc brakes etc.

Not a problem with my old Raleigh!
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