OK. So your point is it can be MORE than 10% inaccurate?? Good for you. My point is that people need to calibrate the sensor. I have seen way too many people complain about the distance being off when they don't do the calibration out of the box.portablealpha said:My point was even after calibration, there is some inaccuracy based on the terrain you're running on. As for being up to 10% inaccurate out of the box that's plain false.
My wife's was spot on. Mine was shortchanging me by 12% each mile.