GET C1 Hour Meter

GET C1 Hour Meter
GET C1 Hour Meter

$49.99

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  • Description
  • 14 Reviews
  • 1 Question
Description Item #GET0004

The C1 is the innovative engine hour meter by GET, and the only one to work without any connection to the motorbike. Using the time-saving Velcro brand hook-and-loop tape included in the kit, the C1 fits to the bike in just a few seconds. This device detects the engine by interpreting and identifying the wave frequencies that flow through the surface on which it is mounted. The C1 is fully waterproof (IP68) and has been designed to work even under the toughest conditions like off-road applications. The C1 has two engine hour meters and logs the total running time (no reset available). The partial engine hour meter can be reset pressing the select button in a certain procedure. The built-in battery allows for a three-year lifespan.

  • Easy-to-read display.
  • Small size and light weight.
  • Total engine hour meter up to 999.9 hours (reset not available).
  • Partial engine hour meter (resettable).
  • No need for coil connection cable.
  • IP68 resistant plastic case.
  • Lifetime: 3 years.
  • Velcro brand hook-and-loop tape included.
  • Built-in battery.

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14 Reviews
4.6 out of 5 stars
5 Star   11 4 Star   1 3 Star   1 2 Star   1 1 Star   0
Mark
Verified Purchaser
Minnesota
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GET Hour Meter

Solid hour meter. Been on my bike for almsot 20 hours, no problems. Just make sure you clean the frame where you stick it really, really well. I didn't and the double sided tape didn't work well. I had to use a 3M command strip to hold it on. Works perfect now, but still have the safety zip tie on it.

gth752y
Verified Purchaser
Oklahoma City, OK, USA
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Very sensitive

Great idea but it seems to be reading the vibration from my truck when I haul the bike in the bed of the pickup. Looks good, easy to install, just not quite an accurate hour meter if you are going to be hauling your bike in the back of your truck. May work as designed with a trailer.

NateF
Verified Purchaser
Berwick, LA, USA
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Solid Product

Works great! Installation was super easy and required nothing except slapping it on the bike! Works like a charm and stays on through all the abuse!

Gordon
Verified Purchaser
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Not useful

Hour meter tends to log hours when my bike is on the trailer making it pretty useless. I secure my bike with risk racing mounts. This may not be an issue if you secure your bike with straps as they don't transmit as many vibrations to the chassis.

Ronny
Top 250 Contributor Verified Purchaser
NC
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Best idea for an hour meter

No monkeying around with wiring, put it anywhere safe on the bike (it has double sided tape on it already), zip tie it and forget about it. I even dropped it onto the floor installing it and no issues. Comes on a few seconds after you start the machine, works great.

Garry
Verified Purchaser
Acton, CA 93510, USA
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Very good product.

Easy to install and has no wires, it works from vibration.

haas627
Cottage Grove, OR 97424, USA
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Great purchase,good quality.

I got for my son's kx65 new complete rebuild on motor. It is a great tool to have on bike to keep track of oil changes and top end rebuilds, and you know exact time on your motor. Also is wireless is a plus as well, all round a great product and would recommend to anybody and would put on another bike of mine when I do a fresh rebuild again!

matt74
Top 500 Contributor Verified Purchaser MotoSport Staff
wilsonville
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super simple install. no wires. be sure to read the instructions on the item and keep them handy. other than that, just counting away the hours without issue!

Clark58
Top 250 Contributor Verified Purchaser
New Wilmington
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GET Hour Meter

Great product and very durable. Mounted in minutes. No wires to deal with. Has holes for safety wire also. GET makes great products.

fast
Verified Purchaser
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Hour meter

easiest part to install on a dirt bike, clean area and stick on. Has total hours and resettable hour meter for oil changes.

Mark
Verified Purchaser
Fairfield, IA, USA
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Get hour meter

Completely worth the money. User friendly. Love it.....

GET C1 Hour Meter
KTM250TWOSTROKE
Verified Purchaser
Hartland, MI
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Good Purchase

Easy to install/no wires, just stuck the adhesive backing to the frame. Only drawback is that when the battery is depleted, you have to replace it. I have abut 30 hours on the meter, but s far it has worked flawlessly.

nmcrash01
Top 500 Contributor
Peralta, nm
Great Product!

Works and easy to install, what more can you ask.

griggs
Top 500 Contributor MotoSport Staff Expert
Dundee, OR
Simple Install, Works Great

This installed very easily, it even has slots you can run a zip tie or safety wire through for extra security. The adhesive stuck to my frame really well, and there are no wires to attach. A little more money than other hour meters, but worth it.

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1 Question
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MikeB
Location: Maryland, USA
Q: Does it pick up vibration when bike is being transported?
2 years 7 months ago
When bike is in the back of a pick up or in a trailer?
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff
2 years 7 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: Typically the vibration from a truck or trailer will not be enough to activate the hour meter. The bike itself vibrates much more while running.
fast
2 years 7 months ago
A: we transport our bikes hours away from home & had no issues. We own five of these meters.
Clark58
Top 250 Contributor Top 500 Contributor Top 1000 Contributor
2 years 3 months ago Location: New Wilmington
A: Being transported isn't enough vibration to turn on the hour meter.
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