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The Wahoo RFLKT is the world's first smartphone-powered bike computer. All the power of your smartphone in the size of a sleek cycling computer. Keep your smartphone safely tucked in your jersey pocket, hydration pack, or saddle bag and access all of your cycling App data from your handlebars.
The RFLKT bike computer taps into the power of your smartphone to display all of your vital cycling data on your handlebars as you ride. The RFLKT (pronounced Reflect) provides a reflection of the App running on your smartphone through Bluetooth Smart (4.0) technology. This is a perfect integration of your bike computer and your smartphone -- Smartphone Powered Cycling.Cycling.
The RFLKT pairs seamlessly with three of the most popular and advanced cycling Apps for the iPhone on the market today: Strava, MapMyRide and Cyclemeter. Just open up any of these iOS Apps and pair the RFLKT within the Settings menu. Please note - the Android versions of these Apps are not RFLKT compatible.
The RFLKT also works with the Wahoo Fitness App for iPhone and Android. The Wahoo Fitness App tracks your ride progress using the phone's GPS and displays all of your critical cycling data such as speed, distance, pedaling cadence (Wahoo Blue SC required and sold separately), heart rate (Wahoo TICKR heart rate monitor required and sold separately), and more.
The RFLKT display is completely configurable. You can design your own screens to show any number of data fields from one up to a total of eight. If you are a total data junkie, you can make multiple screens and scroll between them on your ride. Also, you can display your music, scroll between songs and play/pause. The RFLKT has four buttons (two on each side) to control your music, record a lap, or scroll to the next data screen. Each button is configurable to suit your unique preferences.
The Wahoo Fitness App enables you to wirelessly upload your post ride data directly from your smartphone into the most popular training sites for analysis and sharing. There is no need to take your bike computer off your bike, find the cables to connect it to your PC and then upload. The Wahoo Fitness App uploads to:
The RFLKT operates for over a year on a single, and fully replaceable, coin cell battery. There is never any need to take your RFLKT off your bike and connect it to a computer or an outlet to charge. Even better, you will never "miss a ride" because your bike computer wasn't charged.
The RFLKT is IPX7 certified for riding in all types of weather and on all types of terrain.
The RFLKT LCD screen is 1.75 x 1.2 inches with a screen resolution of 128 x 128 pixels. It uses the sunlight to increase contrast, as the sunlight gets brighter, ensuring that you can see your data as you ride. Also, it has a backlight so you can ride in the depths of the early morning or late at night. Best of all, the RFLKT weighs just 36 grams. (The most popular current GPS enabled bike computer weighs 80 grams.)
The RFLKT has three mounting options to fit all types of bikes. Each RFLKT comes with a low profile stem/bar mount, an "out in front" bar mount, and a quarter-turn adapter mount that works with all of the popular 3rd-party "pro" style mounts such as the Bar Fly (not included).
The biggest battery drain on your smartphone is the display. When paired with the RFLKT, the smartphone has lasted up to seven hours in numerous field tests.
The firmware for the RFLKT can be wirelessly updated via the Wahoo Fitness App. As Wahoo adds new functionality to the RFLKT, you will receive those updates automatically via the App. There is never any reason to connect the RFLKT to a computer via cables.
The RFLKT works via Bluetooth Smart (4.0) technology with iPhone 4S and newer, and Android devices running operating system 4.3 or newer. Please note that this device will not work with the iPhone 3G, 3GS or 4, or any Android device with operating system 4.2 or older.
RFLKT Bike Computer with battery, stem mount, bar mount, quarter turn twist mount, plastic shims, four zip ties, 2 rubber O-rings, mount removal tool.
|RFLKT||Blue HR||Blue SC||PROTKT||Balance Scale||Wahoo Key|
|iPhone powered |
|Bluetooth Smart |
heart rate monitor
|Speed and cadence |
|Waterproof, shockproof |
bike mount and case
|Bluetooth connected |
|Connects your iPhone to |
any ANT+ fitness sensor
|iPad 3rd gen.|
|iPad 4th gen.|
|iPod Touch 5th gen.|
Wahoo Fitness creates sensors and devices to connect your iPhone to a variety of fitness activities, including running, biking and going to the gym. Wahoo products transform the technology you already own--your iPhone--into a powerful, all-in-one training partner through Bluetooth 4.0 or ANT+ connectivity. Wahoo products work with dozens of fitness Apps to ensure our customers can always find an App best suited to their needs. Become a Wahooligan today.
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It was time to get my iPhone off my handlebars (especially as winter approaches, when the thing won't stay on when it gets too cold), so I finally took the plunge with the Wahoo... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Dr_LHA
I hate it! 3 unsuccessful uses with the unit after verifying my HR, cadence and RPM sensors were working. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Mark770
It looks and feel cheap so minus on star.
I have a hard time reading the screen so minus another star.
Not great at working with other apps especially Strava. Read more
I have been using the RFLKT on my road bike for about 18 months now along with the speed/cadence sensor and the heart rate sensor. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Harland Dyer
I bought this because I always ride with my phone and the Wahoo app seemed to work pretty well. I used the speed and cadence monitor for trainer sessions without many issues. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Andrew
First, mounting to my bike's handle bars required 1/4" of cut up garden hose for padding -- the mounting strap is of fixed diameter. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Eric McGrath
Had some funky battery trouble this past week and I've only used it for about 10 rides <600 mi. Had to reinstall the battery for it to stop giving a low battery error. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sirius Shopper
This is great. I can use my iPhone, which I carry with anyway, to keep track of my ride while keeping it safely in my wedge or backpack (depending if I'm road or trail biking). Read morePublished 1 month ago by Christopher S. Moes