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Wahoo Fitness Bike Pack for iPhone

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  • Fits iPhone 3G, 3GS, 4, 4S from all carriers! 
Ships with custom rubber liners to easily adapt between phone types
  • Bike Case includes a built in ANT+ radio transceiver
with support for all current and future ANT+ sensors, inclusive of power and heart rate monitors
  • Works with the top cycling Apps such as Cyclemeter, LiveCycling, MapMyRide, Runtastic Road Bike, Strava, and RaceMyGhost
  • Bike mount
with quick release for Case/semi-permanent mount attachment to bike; Adjustable portrait or landscape orientation
  • MicroUSB port for charging/data connection with tethered rubber plug when not in use; Water and shock resistant
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Product Description

Includes the Wahoo Bike Case for iPhone and the Wahoo Wireless Speed & Cadence Sensor

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 2.2 x 5.2 inches ; 9.9 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 9.9 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: Canada
  • ASIN: B004SNPCE4
  • Item model number: WFPetoSC
  • Batteries 1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (70 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #38,653 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It includes a bike mount.
R. Isaac
Products that don't work deserve one star to my way of thinking.
Shannon Daubert
The sensors were not recognized in any of these apps.
chaindtoarock

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

83 of 91 people found the following review helpful By chaindtoarock on June 29, 2012
I received this product as a gift and it arrived non-functional. After having to contact Wahoo twice to get some support this is the actual correspondence between myself and customer support at Wahoo Fitness...

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Drew XXXXXXXXXX <XXXXXXXXXX@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, Jun 28, 2012 at 12:36 PM
Subject: Cannot connect to sensors
To: "support@WahooFitness.com" <support@wahoofitness.com

To Whom it May Concern,

I recently received a brand new Wahoo Fitness Bike Pack as a gift and
I am having issues connecting the sensors to my iPhone 4S.

I installed the sensors on my chainstay per the video instructions
available on your website and YouTube. The magnets are aligned with
the marks on the sensors and less than 4mm apart. After trying to wake
the sensors by turning the cranks I attempted to connect the sensors
in the Wahoo Fitness App, the Wahoo Utility App and also Cyclemeter.
The sensors were not recognized in any of these apps. I then removed
the magnet from the spokes and attempted to wave it over the speed
sensor manually but, again, none of those apps could see the sensors.
I removed the battery from the speed sensor and replaced it with a new
one and still the sensors were not recognized by my iPhone. I cycled
my phone on and off, verified that the ant transceiver was fitting
properly into the iPhone and made sure that the battery was properly
seated in the speed sensor. After all my troubleshooting effort I
still cannot get the sensors to be seen by the aforementioned apps.
Could you please direct me to the next step?
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By POK on June 4, 2011
It works very well, but unfortunately it consumes the iPhone-battery too fast and can only be used for short distances. With the GPS turned off and with the phone in flight mode and all other functions turned off, the battery time is less than 4 hours. The instruction video on their homepage shows an auxiliary battery to put on the back of the case. When asked they say it is not in production yet. Until this happens, this product can't replace the traditional bike-computer, unfortunately.

Edit: After buying an auxiliary battery (see below) this device works excellent. Wahoo's own auxiliary battery is now also available, and will be a great improvement.
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Seth on March 26, 2012
This is a great idea and I was really excited to receive my Wahoo Bike Pack in the mail. I have had it for a little over a year now and the heart rate monitor is completely non functional. I have had long e-mail conversations with Wahoo about what the problem could be. They told me its a common issue that their heart rate monitors don't report accurate readings when being used with a bike jersey in high wind conditions. This means if you're going over 20mph the heart rate monitor will read anywhere from 160-210 bpm even when coasting on a descent. Why anyone would market a product specifically for bikers that can't be worn with a bike jersey is baffling.

They sent me a replacement hr strap. They also recommended using a conductive gel to improve the hr strap connection. Neither of these things helped. I've been on over 20 rides with this hr monitor and I haven't had a single accurate measurement of my heart rate. It has been incredibly frustrating. (As a point of reference, I used a suunto t3 for years under the same conditions without any problems.)

On the upside the speed and cadence sensors work well and it's really cool to have all of the metrics displayed on your iPhone during the ride.

Ultimately the fact that it's a really good idea and 50% of it works well doesn't make up for the fact that the other 50% doesn't work at all. My goal in buying this product was to get my hr data, gps info, and speed/cadence into an intelligible format all on one device. I have to say that the Wahoo Fitness Bike Pack just isn't capable of pulling that off.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By thatericguy on October 4, 2011
At first I was pretty settled on the Garmin 800 because I couldn't find anything better from other local cyclists and mag reviews, but I didn't want to commit to the Garmin solution because it's so $$$ and I wasn't excited about it at all. I then decided to scour the web for any offerings that I thought would even be slightly better.

After a few days of searching I found out about a Fisica ANT+ plug-in for the iPhone on some random bike forum, and the rest is history, I ended up finding Wahoo's site and was like "I knew there were people out there frustrated with current options and making something better!" I ended up buying the Wahoo Bike case and Speed/Cadence sensor several months ago, and at first there were some issues with the mount (phone case fell off on a rough road, going 20 mph, no damage at all to iphone 4), but after working with Wahoo via their Facebook page, they soon put out a revised version of the mount, and sent me a replacement mount and case (to replace top of my case that had taken damage from the fall) and it's been perfect since! I am all for the company that is doing its best to provide a superior product BUT even more so when they are so responsive to issues that arise.

I love the fact that Wahoo is using the ANT+ communication standard (like bluetooth is for headsets but for a fitness focus) which means that iPhone developers can compete among themselves and make a better and better interface. The Wahoo Fitness app is getting much better each release, but it is exactly the flexibility of their hardware solution that makes it so much better than Garmin, Polar, iBike, etc. You choose what software you want rather than have it dictated to you.

Bottom line: if you are using ANT+ sensors on your bike and/or want to be able to use different software apps, and you do not want to carry yet another specialized piece of hardware for monitoring like Polar or Garmin, then get this pack, you won't regret it.
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