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  • Tracks heart rate and calories burned in real-time while you exercise
  • Wahoo Fitness Burn & Burst Training Program: Eight week training program designed to burn fat and improve performance; Free within the iOS Wahoo Fitness App
  • Dual Technology: Both ANT+ and Bluetooth 4.0 capabilities allow the TICKR to connect to both GPS watches, iPhone 4S and later models, and select Android devices with Android 4.3 operating system or newer
  • Third Party App Compatibility: Works seamlessly with over 50 iPhone Apps including Run keeper, Strava, MapMyFitness and Cyclemeter/Runmeter
  • Replaceable coin cell battery lasts up to twelve months
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Product Description

Wahoo TICKR Heart Rate Monitor for iPhone and Android

Discover Heart Rate Training Simplified

The creator of the first Bluetooth 4.0 heart rate monitor is back with an advanced, yet easy to use heart rate monitor. The TICKR comes with Wahoo’s Burn & Burst Heart Rate Training Program to maximize your workout and dual band technology (ANT+ and Bluetooth 4.0 enabled) to connect the TICKR to both smartphones and GPS watches/ bike computers. You’ll never need another heart rate monitor again.

See the connection: Equipped with 2 LED lights to show the TICKR’s connection status and heart rate
The TICKR fits comfortably around your chest to provide highly accurate heart rate data
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Burn & Burst Heart Rate Training

Wahoo has made it our goal to demystify heart rate training because there's no quicker way to see results than to integrate a heart rate monitor into your workouts. No Zones. No Math. Just two simple choices to help you reach your goals faster. Wahoo Fitness's in-house physiologists have taken the traditional 'five-zone approach' to heart rate training and reduced it to two key heart rate numbers. The Burn, which is the heart rate at which your body utilizes fat as the primary fuel source; and The Burst, the recommended heart rate that should be maintained for short durations to improve speed and performance. Wahoo has created Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Burn and Burst training plans customized to your individual skill level and fitness goals.

Connects with Popular Apps

The TICKR connects wirelessly to your smartphone and delivers accurate real-time heart rate data through the free Wahoo Fitness App. Addtionally, the TICKR connects directly to any of over 50 other popular fitness Apps, including Endomondo, Strava, RunKeeper, MapMyRun, Cyclemeter, and MapMyRun/ MapMyRide. All Wahoo products are designed to work seamlessly with the top fitness Apps - you choose which App is best for you.

iPhone and Select Android Compatibility

The TICKR works with iPhone 4S and later, iPod Touch (5th generation and later), and the new iPad (3rd and 4th generations). The TICKR also works with select Android devices that contain both Bluetooth 4.0 capabilities and the 4.3 Android Operating System or later. The TICKR sends and receives signals up to 10 feet, and records data even when the Bluetooth receiver communication is interrupted, so you don't miss any important metrics. Please note that this device will not work with the iPhone 3G, 3GS or 4, or any Android device running Android 4.2 or earlier.

Direct Upload to Training Sites

The Wahoo Fitness App allows you to share and upload your workout data to popular training websites such as TrainingPeaks, MapMyRUN, Nike+, Garmin Connect or Strava so you can track your fitness over time and share with friends. You can also email your workout data to yourself or your coach.

Burn & Burst Heart Rate Training - shed pounds and improve performance by listening to your heart
How It Works

TICKR setup is super easy. Wrap the strap around your back, and snap the sensor into place. Make sure that the sensor is located on your sternum or just below your breasts, and that the Wahoo logo is facing up. Download and open the Wahoo Fitness App or one of dozens of compatible Apps. Pair the TICKR within the App's settings menu. Now you are ready to work out.


Additional Features:
  • Tracks heart rate and calories burned in real-time while you exercise
  • IPX7 Certified - Submersible up to 5 feet. However, wireless signal will not transmit while underwater.
  • ANT+ and Bluetooth Smart (4.0) connectivity - The TICKR transmits data through ANT+ and Bluetooth 4.0 to either a smartphone or an ANT+ enabled watch or bike computer (i.e. Garmin devices)
  • You choose the App - Works with the Wahoo Fitness App, and the top fitness apps such as Strava, MapMyRun, Runkeeper, and Endomondo

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.7 x 6.7 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B00INQVYZ8
  • Item model number: WFBTHR02
  • Batteries 1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (104 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,131 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

I also love that it tracks all of my workouts and keeps a history!
Susan C Harris
I have flawlessly connected this to my iphone using the Wahoo App and Strava, my computer using TrainerRoad, and both my Garmin and Wahoo bike computers.
J. Cheng
The unit doesn't come with instructions, but it is easy to figure out.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Sarah Schopp VINE VOICE on May 28, 2014
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The idea of a bluetooth heart rate monitor has always been appealing to me. After all, if my Android Phone (the Google Nexus 5) already has GPS and a running app, why should I have to pay for the all of that again just to measure my heart rate? The Wahoo TICKR seemed like a simple way to use my existing smart phone to get the equivalent of my old Garmin Forerunner 305 -- now sadly deceased.

I knew that my Google Nexus 5 had at least Android 4.3, and Bluetooth 4.0 -- if you're Android doesn't have these, then the TICKR won't work for you. For now, means a recent high-end Android phone, and you should read the fine print on your phone before getting the Wahoo.

I was able to pair the monitor with my phone in just a few seconds using the free Wahoo Fitness app. Watching the LED blink in sync with my heart was a neat feature and was a simple indicator that things were working correctly. But honestly, the Wahoo Fitness app is pretty basic. What is this, 2010??

I had been using Runkeeper -- a decent free running app for Android. Unfortunately, RunKeeper only works with Wahoo TICKR on the iPhone! If you want to use a heart rate monitor with RunKeeper on Android, you must use the Polar Wearlink+. I don't know what marketing droid came up with this idea, but I imagine it involved some $$$ changing hands. Goodbye, RunKeeper!

The good news is that there are other running apps out there. I tried several and finally settled on Runtastic PRO (MapMyRun also worked fine). Tip: In the setting screen on Runtastic PRO, choose "Heart Rate" and then "Runtastic Combo HR Monitor." This doesn't make any sense, but when I choose "Other Monitors", it didn't work. Also, note that the free version of Runtastic doesn't support heart-rate monitors.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By R. Angeloni VINE VOICE on April 12, 2014
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The first thing to note about the Wahoo TICKR Bluetooth Heart Rate monitor is that the product doesn’t really come with instructions, just a small “Quick Start” sheet that tells you to download the Wahoo fitness app and to visit the Wahoo fitness website for the latest information about the product.

The good news is that the monitor is easy to use. Just download the app, connect the TICKR to both terminals of the strap, and enable Bluetooth on your device. The TICKR should immediately pair with your device. The TICKR is compatible with iOS devices iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, iPod Touch (5th Generation) iPad (3rd Generation or newer) and all generations of the iPod mini. Wahoo just released an app for Android devices, however the TICKR is only compatible with devices running Android 4.3 or newer.

When I first used it, the TICKR did not pick up my heart rate, although it did immediately connect with my device via Bluetooth. I tried adjusting the strap (the TICKR should sit right in the middle of your chest, lettering up) but still no heartbeat. I contacted support and was told to moisten the contacts on the strap a bit, and sure enough, the TICKR picked up my heartbeat and I have not had a problem since, with the TICKR connecting and picking up my heart rate the second I put it on. Wahoo support was very responsive, answering my questions very quickly, and added that a bit of moisture or perspiration should always helps ensure that the TICKR will pick up your heart rate.

The real strength of the TICKR is the Wahoo Fitness app, and the fact that the TICKR works with more than 50 iOS fitness apps.
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25 of 29 people found the following review helpful By JoAnne Goldberg VINE VOICE on April 21, 2014
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First, a shout out to customer service, and the very patient Tyler Harris with whom I exchanged a dozen emails over the course of a few days. I could not get the TICKR to work at all out of the box. I replaced the battery, installed and reinstalled multiple versions of software, and was on the verge of sending it back when I finally managed to get it to communicate with the Fitness app.

Others have noted the lack of documentation. True. It takes a little bit of research, but over the course of multiple wearings, I think I've finally figured it out.

The chest band itself is comfortable and unobtrusive, and I've worn it for hours -- at the gym, refereeing soccer games, or just wandering around -- and forgotten I had it on. It always seems to take a few tries to get the monitor connected to the app, but that may just be my quirky Galaxy S4. The Fitness app tracks distance, heartrate, workout time, pace, and laps, with a map feature using gps. There's also a screen that indicates calories, aerobic/anaerobic times, and a few other stats, but I'm not at all sure how those are calculated.

The data can be uploaded to a lot of different fitness management applications. Wahoo itself doesn't offer that functionality, so if you want to track your progress over time, you will have to go elsewhere.

As currently configured, Fitness is ideal for cyclists, runners, or walkers -- anyone who's outdoors where the gps can monitor your movement. Since I mostly work out at the gym, I can monitor heartrate, but that's about it. I also installed two other fitness apps to see if they worked with the TICKR but had no luck.

I didn't realize until after I'd ordered the TICKR that it was marketed primarily to iPhone users, and if you've got an iWhatever, the TICKR may be the device you need to complement your workout. For me, using an Android, the TICKR+Fitness feels like it's still in beta mode. Maybe next month I'll love it. Not yet.
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