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Wahoo Fitness Fisica Sensor Key for iPhone

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  • Connects your iPhone to any ANT+ fitness sensor such as heart rate monitors, cycling speed & cadence sensors and power meters
  • Can be used to pull data from an ANT+ GPS watch, such as Garmin, into an iPhone App for easy upload to the web
  • WirelessANT+ ultra low power technology
  • Very low power usage; no internal battery
  • Compatible with iPhone 3G, 3GS, 4, 4S, iPod touch, iPad; fits into 30-pin connector
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  • Product Description

    The Wahoo Fisica Sensor Key is designed so that all of your fitness information and real-time activity is at the palm of your hand. It wirelessly connects your iPhone to all of your fitness sensors. Unlike other sensors that are only able to interface with a single platform, the Wahoo Fisica Key works with ANT+ devices, iPhone apps, playlists, Forerunners, and other devices to brings all the data directly onto your phone. The Wahoo Fisica Sensor Key comes in one size and one color.

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    • Item Weight: 19.2 pounds
    • Shipping Weight: 19.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
    • ASIN: B00IGBEZ5G
    • Item model number: Wahoo Fitness
    • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (81 customer reviews)
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    Installyng was a snap, very easy, and ... well... it works so great!
    MARCO A C DE AMORIM
    I strap on a Garmin ANT+ Heart Rate monitor and it talks to this ANT connector - I use the DigiFIT app for iPhone - It is rocking what I need.!
    Eve UrAlly
    Wahoo's Fisica Sensor key picks up my Garmin Heart Rate and foot pod sensors, no problem.
    Suzanne Soulie

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    109 of 112 people found the following review helpful By jelarv on September 22, 2011
    Color Name: BlackSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
    I've had my Wahoo key (iPhone chip) for about two weeks and really like it. Based on my initial research and subsequent use of the device, here are my thoughts for anyone looking to get it:

    * You'll need an ANT+ heart rate strap because Polar (the industry standard for the past 20 years) doesn't work with the device.
    * The key works with Wahoo, Digifit and a number of other apps. I read that Digifit's key only works with their app, which to me was a big enough hurdle to justify paying an extra $25 for the Wahoo key.
    * When I plugged in the key to the iPhone, it didn't recognize it at first but after playing around with the menu, it showed up.
    * It sucks up quite a bit of battery power. I do my workout first thing in the morning when my iPhone is fully charged and after an hour it's only half charged. You can't plug in a charger or external power (like Mophie) because the key goes into the power port.
    * Wahoo's iPhone app is designed to monitor your heart rate for biking and running. If you're like me and also want to track your heart rate when you do resistance/strength training (which is great if you want to measure how many calories you burned during your workout), you need to fool it by saying you're biking or running.
    * I initially thought Wahoo's app would let me review all of my historical data and look at my rides on a map, but I discovered it's really just a data capturing app. You can see the basics one day at a time, but nothing elaborate.
    * So the power of Wahoo or Digifit (the whole purpose of getting either one) really comes in their ability to export to cloud-based apps that you can then review on a full-sized computer. Wahoo can export to 7 web-based apps, while Digifit can only export to one (TrainingPeaks).
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    24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By J. Granquist on January 27, 2012
    Color Name: BlackSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
    I bought the Garmin 610 package & went back n forth on wether or not I needed this dongle. I mean, I have the world at my wrist for my HR monitor & my footpod, so why would I need this too?
    2 reasons:

    #1. When you are banging around weights or using the boxing bag, a watch isn't so very handy & can be detrimental to your motions(as in, worrying that you might wack your watch). Have the iPad/iPod nearby, no worries! The dongle picks up your specific ANT+ sensors & records everything just like your watch would. I've done P90X routines while in the same room with my iPad and it picks up stuff just fine, almost 12 feet away at times.

    #2.
    You wear your watch & HR monitor(maybe a footpod too) and go for a run or bike or walk or whatever workout. You come back home(or to the office, car, restaurant, etc) and you just want a quick upload of your workout to Garmin Connect or whatever else you might use(Training Peaks, Nike, etc). This dongle acts exactly like your ANT+ USB stick would on a regular computer, but to your i-device! Same info, less fuss. I went for a quick 4 mile run, and before my shower water had gotten warm enough to step into, I had my run & course & stats uploaded to GC & even shared on Facebook!

    I can't recommend this dongle enough! It is compatible with more than 50 apps right now(the Garmin dongle is only compatible with 1 app....seriously....just one!!) I almost bought the Garmin branded one & I'm glad I didn't. Well worth the cash for compatibility & convience. I haven't used my actual computer to upload any workouts since day #2. Why??? This does the same thing.

    Only thing is won't do is download updates to your device(but you can download courses or workouts or other user created content). So when there is a firmware update for your device, you will need to use the original ANT+ wireless USB stick. FYI.
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    18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By steve galloway on July 14, 2011
    Color Name: BlackSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
    I purchased the Wahoo fitness key to use with my Iphone on my bike rides. Using a wahoo speed and cadence sensor and a wahoo heart rate monitor along with the mapmyride app. Everything connected initially and worked for part of the first ride. I tried it on several more rides. It lost the connection with both and never worked again. I sent it back and got the Digifit case with sensor, works great and the digifit app is much more stable than mapmyride app. The Wahoo fitness key was the problem with everything.
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    13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By jpallen01 on December 1, 2010
    Color Name: BlackSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
    Not much to say. It just works. Pairs ANT+ devices, heart rate monitor and foot pod very easily. Seems to be very accurate. I love the feedback it gives. Makes my Garmin 405 obsolete. I'll be selling that soon. Worth every penny.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Suzanne Soulie on March 18, 2011
    Color Name: BlackSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
    Wahoo's Fisica Sensor key picks up my Garmin Heart Rate and foot pod sensors, no problem. Well, very occasionally it takes a few tries to get my iphone4 to recognize the key is connected. On my first run my HR recorded only intermittently for some reason? But this worked itself out and has recorded full time since.

    The key doesn't seem overly fragile. I have lightly bumped a couple of times with no ill effects. I use Marware's Sportshell case and armband which leaves the plug in area free for the sensor key. Works great for the gym and running.

    I use it with Log Your Run App which then shows HR for my runs and the amount of time in each zone. I can see how my heart is responding to my training in being able to more comfortably withstand faster paces and inclines the longer I train. My resting and recovery HRs have improved, also. Very Cool. The info and gadgets help me stay motivated and since I am 50 it is nice to know I can track my HR for any issues that may arise.

    When you are on the treadmill (not outside picking up distance by GPS through your iphone) LYR uses your foot pod to determine distance, cadence, etc via the Fisica sensor key. Distances are a close match to treadmill's computer.

    None of the equipment at my gym (Marin YMCA) seems to be ANT+ capable at this time. But I bet this will change in time. They have many more Apps taking advantage of the ANT + technology in the last few months alone. I really don't ride enough to warrant replacing my bike computer with a Wahoo sensor and using my iphone for rides but I bet that's cool.
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