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Wahoo Blue SC Speed and Cadence Sensor for iPhone, Android and Bike Computers
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- Track and capture real-time speed, cadence and distance on your iPhone, Android, and bike computer.
- Connects wirelessly via Bluetooth 4.0 and ANT+ to your iPhone, Android and/or bike computer.
- Works with Zwift and TrainerRoad! Capture cadence on your favorite indoor cycling platform.
- Also works with the free Wahoo Fitness app, Strava, RideWithGPS, MapMyRide, Cyclemeter, and more!
- Lightweight and easy to install, comes with both rubber band and zip tie mounts. Universal fit - works with most bikes and frame sizes.
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Mounts to chainstay. Magnets on spoke and crank arm.
Capture your critical cycling data in the free Wahoo Fitness app or many other 3rd party apps.
- Wahoo Fitness.
- Ride with GPS.
Wahoo Blue SC
Speed and Cadence Sensor
The Wahoo Blue SC Speed and Cadence sensor lets you capture the cycling data you crave. Pair this data hungry sensor with your iPhone, Android or ANT+ bike computer and collect speed, cadence and distance to help optimize your cycling performance. After the ride, upload data from your phone to your favorite training platform with just the touch of a button.
- Speed, Cadence & Distance.
- 3rd Party Apps.
- Bluetooth 4.0 / ANT+.
- Easy Share.
- Low Energy.
Track and Capture
Wirelessly capture your speed, cadence and distance.
Don't worry, Be Appy
Works seamlessly with apps including Cyclemeter, Strava, MapMyRide and many more.
Both ANT+ and Bluetooth 4.0 capabilities allow for wireless connection to both smartphones and GPS bike computers.
Zip tie or rubber mounting band options.
CR2032 Replaceable Coin Cell Battery.
Battery Life: Up to 12 Months.
Lightweight and Sleek
Weight: 36 grams.
Dimension: 3.5 x 1 x 3 inch.
Waterproof and Durable
Water Rating: IPX7 (waterproof up to 5 feet).
|Connects to iPhone, Android, and GPS Bike Computers||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Battery Average Life||48 Hours|
|Item Dimensions||1.57 x 4.72 x 6.69 inches|
|Item Display Weight||0.22 pounds|
|Item Weight||0.22 pounds|
|Lithium Battery Weight||0.11 grams|
|Shipping Weight||0.22 pounds|
|Style Name||Speed and Cadence Sensor|
Style: Speed and Cadence Sensor
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The Wahoo Blue SC Speed and Cadence Sensor was easy to install and does exactly what it is supposed to do. I still have a wired computer on my bike (Cateye Astrale) and the speed, distance, and cadence are very close to each other. I think there is a tiny bit of lag but I don't think that should cause anyone a problem.
Have proven far more reliable than the old Garmin GSC-10's I had before which I constantly had to delete from computers and re-pair to get to work. The Wahoo Blue SC pairs with both my Garmin cycling computers via Ant+ and iPhone via bluetooth with no problem, and simultaneously!
Personally, I prefer the magnets to the newer versions without magnets that strap onto your hub or crank arm. I think these respond more quickly to speed and cadence changes. Plus, less expensive.
Some people complain their feet knock the sensor out of place while riding. I've very rarely had that problem. Maybe I just have exceptionally good form (doubtful), or those other folks are a bit sloppy, I'm not sure. This also goes for the sensor I have mounted on my mountain bike.
Broadcasting in both Bluetooth and Ant+ is key for compatibility with both phones and bike computers. I wish Garmin would wake up to that fact (it's why I don't buy their sensors).
Batteries have lasted F O R E V E R. Good thing too, because getting to the battery compartment to replace them is sort of a pain in the butt. The Garmin GSC-10's needed constant battery replacement by comparison (and those batteries are also a pain to replace).
Shoot the rubber band at a friend and use the zip ties to mount the sensor. Seriously, a rubber band is not a reliable way to attach a sensor that is going to bounce around for miles on end and go right between your spinning spokes and/or crank arm if it comes off. The entire mounting process takes maybe 5-10 minutes if you don't have some clippers handy to cut the zip ties and a pedal wrench, less time if you do. I'd have been fine using a zip tie to mount the crank arm magnet, the rubber band magnet means you have to remove your pedal for installation, which seems silly.
I had one unit that wasn't recording speed right out of the box when I received it. Amazon replaced it within a day. New unit worked perfectly.
I paired it with my iPhone 6, Garmin Fenix 3 and Garmin 910. Not surprisingly the Garmins were matched very closely on speed and cadence, the iPhone seemed a little higher and slower to pick up via bluetooth (cadence sometimes stuck for a little longer when I wasn't pedaling). That's not the case for either Garmin.
Either way, it's a great product and one of the few that gives you the option of both Ant+ and Bluetooth. I would definitely recommend this and will probably end up buying one as a gift as well.
* Works perfectly out of the box
* BTLE Strava and ANT+ Garmin are happy with this.
* Cadence magnet is a strap
* Rubber band instead of zip strips
* Rubber band could be a little longer for my chainstays
I bought one of these because the Garmin hub style speed sensor is unreliable, and Garmin chainstay style dual sensor has a really poor gasket design (cuts too easily, too hard to keep aligned, etc).
I installed it, and it just magically works. Red light blinks for ANT+, and blue light for BTLE.
The only issue I have is that the rubber band is just a little short for my chainstay thickness. It's really tight, and I worry about it breaking. It's tough to install, since the tab end goes towards the spokes.
CONS: Went through three of these things and for some reason I could get cadence but not speed. The magnet or the sensor just simply quit working after a while. One of them, lasted more than a year. Another a couple of months and finally I bought at a bicycle specialty store and it literally quit working one week from the day I purchased it.