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Manual unlocking of the derailleur means it can be moved manually
The SUPER RECORD WIRELESS groupset meets the highest international waterproof standards with a rating of IP69K.
The SUPER RECORD WIRELESS groupset was developed with a user-centric design.
There are now no limits to multi-shifting and the choice is at the fingertips of the cyclist.
Manual unlocking of the derailleur means it can be moved manually to the preferred position in the event of a system anomaly. In addition to this important function, in the event of a fall the unlock system also protects the gears from breakage on impact.
The SUPER RECORD WIRELESS groupset meets the highest international waterproof standards with a rating of IP69K. This means that the system protects its electronic components from dust and liquid. To achieve the high IP69K rating, all the system’s electronic components are tested to prove their perfect functioning after being subjected to high-pressure water jets from 4 directions (0° - 30° - 60° - 90°) for a total of 2 minutes.
The SUPER RECORD WIRELESS groupset was developed with a user-centric design. The user-centric philosophy translates into clear immediate concepts: functional practical design to deliver a product that offers simple instant man-machine interaction. Whether it is fitting, maintenance or daily use, every form and function of the SUPER RECORD WIRELESS groupset has been studied to offer maximum ease of user experience. These concepts are also embodied by the innovative design of the MyCampy 3.0 app that, thanks to its revolutionary synoptic dashboard driving from aeronautics, enables immediate monitoring of the status of all components.
The electronic evolution of the Multishifting technology already used for mechanical groupsets has made it possible to achieve a 12-combination multi-gear also for wireless groupsets. Thanks to the use of a sophisticated electronic system, holding levers 2 or 3 pressed down enables continuous up- or down-shifting, making it possible to move 12 sprockets up or down with a single lever action. There are now no limits to multi-shifting and the choice is at the fingertips of the cyclist.